Sugarland has finally announced the dates of their upcoming Still the Same Tour. The tour kicks off in Durant, Okla. on May 4, making stops in Atlanta, Las Vegas, Nashville, Chicago, Green Bay, Phoenix and more major cities. Joining the duo as their opening acts on the first leg of the tour will be Brandy … Read more Sugarland Announces Still The Same Tour Dates
President Donald Trump entered the Mercede-Benz Arena to a chorus of loud cheers and deep booing. That entrance was as political as the CFP National Championship would get. Once the President took his place on the field, the Zac Brown Band sang the National Anthem in stunning four-part harmony. No one knelt during the song. … Read more Zac Brown Band Gave One Of The All-Time Great Performances Of The National Anthem Before College Football Playoff National Championship
Nick Saban, head coach of the University of Alabama Crimson Tide is notoriously stoic. So stoic, in fact, that no matter the outcome of the game he’s just coached, he rarely offers up a smile or anything that could be considered emotion. Until now. It seems that his sixth national championship and his team’s overtime … Read more Here’s Nick Saban Saying, “I’ve Never Been Happier” Without Cracking A Smile
Instant Pots are basically all the rage lately (sorry, I’ve always wanted to say that). But really– it feels like I keep hearing about them everywhere, and I know I’m not the only one. At first I didn’t see what all the fuss was about. I have a Crock-Pot and a rice cooker– what more … Read more Everything To Know About the Instant Pot and Why You Might Want One
Two of the biggest stars in country music, Charles Kelley and Jason Aldean, also happen to be huge Georgia Bulldogs fans, so it was only natural for them to travel down to Atlanta together for the College Football Playoff National Championship. With their wives, Cassie Kelley and Brittany Aldean in tow, the foursome got close … Read more Jason Aldean and Charles Kelley Took a Tour Bus to the College Football Playoff National Championship Game to Watch Their Beloved Bulldogs Lose
Here’s the thing about “The Bachelor“– no matter who the suitor is, who the girls are or what’s going on in the world, the show has been the same since 2002 and season 1. The audience is always promised something different, but it’s the same ol’ helicopters, gowns and cheesy people. Fortunately, Arie Luyendyk Jr. … Read more 13 Hilariously Awful Tweets About Episode 2 of “The Bachelor” with Arie Luyendyk Jr.