6 Tips to Make Sweaters Last Forever

Fall has officially arrived which means it’s time to start pulling those sweaters out of storage. Although sweaters are typically a heavy-weight article of clothing, tend to be on the high maintenance side. Caring for your sweaters isn’t as easy as a simple toss in the washer and dryer, they require more TLC if you … Read more 6 Tips to Make Sweaters Last Forever

Lee Ann Womack Meets Up with John Legend at the Crossroads

Here’s the thing about good music– you can identify it by almost anything other than its genre. Meaning, you don’t have to be a fan of R&B to recognize that John Legend is talented. And you don’t have to know that Lee Ann Womack has won a GRAMMY to recognize that she can sing. Good … Read more Lee Ann Womack Meets Up with John Legend at the Crossroads

4 Pain-Free Ways to Break in Those Cowboy Boots

You’ve just purchased a new pair of boots and can’t wait to wear them. Problem is, you know you can’t wear them before breaking them in. And we all know there is nothing worse than trying to break in a pair of cowboy boots. Sure you can wear them around for a day or two but the … Read more 4 Pain-Free Ways to Break in Those Cowboy Boots

Carrie Underwood’s Big Announcement

As promised, Carrie Underwood made a special appearance on “Today” this morning to announce the release of a new single, “Something In The Water” and a greatest hits album. For Underwood, the album is not only a career milestone, but also a perfect way to be able to share some new songs with fans in … Read more Carrie Underwood’s Big Announcement

10 Signs of a True Southern Gentleman

A good man is hard to find, and a true Southern gentleman may be even harder to find. In fact, I’m not sure if he even exists anymore. I am led to believe one of three theories about the perfect southern gentleman. 1. He is an extinct (or nearly extinct) species. He existed generations ago, … Read more 10 Signs of a True Southern Gentleman

Playlist: The Best Of Lee Ann Womack

As one of the finest storytellers in country music history, Lee Ann Womack returned this week with her darkly-wrapped, traditional-leaning album The Way I’m Livin‘. It’s a stalwart collection of 13 evenly-matched, organic tales (sampled on the set’s devilish title offering) of real life emotions—her first disc in six years, since Call Me Crazy (2008). … Read more Playlist: The Best Of Lee Ann Womack

Remember When Lionel Richie Went Country?

Not too long ago CBS aired a special presentation of “Lionel Richie and Friends.” With all of the “friends” being country music sensations like Kenny Rogers, Jennifer Nettles, Lady Antebellum, Blake Shelton and Jason Aldean. (Okay, so Kenny and Lionel are actually friends.  In 1980 he wrote “Lady” for Kenny Rogers, which eventually hit No. 1.) At … Read more Remember When Lionel Richie Went Country?

“Nashville” Season Premiere Goes LIVE!

The season premiere of “Nashville” brought out punches and all kinds of kinds, but there was also real, LIVE music from the cast and special guest, “Florida Georgia Line.” We obviously have a lot of opinions on Rayna and Deacon, but we’re just going to talk about the music for now. Chris Camack/Will // “If … Read more “Nashville” Season Premiere Goes LIVE!