Blake, Luke, Tim and Miranda Behind the Scenes of TV Shoot, Kevin Fowler Sings For Trash, Tracy Lawrence is Back – Top Stories of the Week
Here are the top 5 stories for the past week just in cased you missed one.
Luke Bryan and Blake Shelton will be hosting the Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards show for the second year in as row. I think Blake and Luke are perfect for the job, as you’ll see in this “Behind the Scenes with Blake and Luke 2014 ACM Awards Show TV Shoot.” To make this commercial complete, Tim Mcgraw and Miranda Lambert get in on the action. I think it’s a pretty funny commercial, check it out.
Kevin Fowler loves Texas, and he made it clear last year when he did public service announcements for the Texas Commission on Environmental Equality (TCEQ) and Texas Parks and Wildlife. Now, Fowler has returned with a new PSA, where he is literally singing for trash.
I for one will never get tired of hearing Tracy Lawrence, he has one of those unique voices that sets him apart from all the others. Tracy sings songs like we ‘guys’ really feel. For example in his new song “Lie”, I believe he captures how a guy would ask his buddies “hey, just tell me she misses me and that she’s all tore up.” I’m excited Tracy is back and can’t wait to hear more from a guy that lives out his songs at times. Check out his newest song “Lie” both recorded and the acoustic “live” version. I like the recorded version better, what do you think?
If you’ve been on Facebook lately you’ve seen a lot of different quizzes and trivia games. It seems Kevin Fowler has jumped on the trivia train as well. If you think you might be country then you will definitely want to take this quiz.
Okay the secrets out I’ll admit it, growing up I was (and still am) a huge fan of musicals. With St. Patrick’s Day upon us, I thought I’d share a few of my favorite movies and songs that put me in the St. Paddy’s Day spirit. Growing up, I remember watching John Wayne in the “Quiet Man”, Judy Garland in “Nellie Kelly” or Mario Lanza in “The Student Prince”. Those movies and musicals always came on TV around St. Patrick’s Day. Check out these early-day music videos.