56 Years ago, Jim Reeves RULED the music charts. On February 8th, 1969, “He’ll Have To Go” hit number one, and it stayed at number one for fourteen weeks! It’s the 4th longest chart topper to date!
Bluegrass Hospitality Association backs expansion financing plan New plan calls for 2.5 percentage-point increase in hotel tax Lexington Urban County Council will vote on plan Feb. 18 … Click to Continue »
Kentucky State Police are investigating a string of diesel fuel robberies in Eastern Kentucky. In two thefts in two weeks, 655 gallons of fuel, valued at around $2,300 was stolen … Click to Continue »
Eric Paslay just scored a new song with Little Big Town‘s Karen Fairchild. “At a recent show in Nashville, Eric Paslay treated fans to a new duet with the LBT singer.” The Boot Via twitter.com .@LukeBryanOnline ain’t
This years FarmBorough Festival has been canceled. “Toby Keith, Jason Aldean and Tim McGraw were scheduled to headline the festival, which was slated to run June 17-19 at Randall’s Island Park in New York City. It would
The raging storm on the East Coast yesterday didn’t just ruin the day for the tourists on a cruise ship. A bus full of would-be gamblers crashed in the snow storm on I-95, closing the major Expressway
If you were on the East Coast yesterday, you know that we got walloped with a major Nor’Easter with winds over the ocean reaching hurricane strength. Now imagine being on a ship in the middle of that.
The Sacramento Kings, in a dramatic about-face, have decided against firing coach George Karl after a meeting Tuesday between Karl and general manager Vlade Divac. Sources: Kings meet with Karl, won’t fire coach Via espn.go.com The Kings
The Browns refuted a report Tuesday that they had “lied” about Manziel’s concussion prior to the season finale to cover for the quarterback reportedly showing up drunk. Source: Manziel ‘hung over’ at Browns’ meeting Via espn.go.com Johnny Manziel was