It’s fitting that Alabama‘s ‘American Pride’ turns 20 today, as the 2012 Summer Olympics are winding down and Americans are beaming with pride as homespun competitors rack up the gold medals and continue to attract global attention for their athletic efforts, namely in gymnastics and swimming. So touché for the fact that the country band’s 11th platter is celebrating its anniversary.
Young country up-and-comer Lauren Alaina paid her respects to country legend Kitty Wells last night (July 25) at the Grand Ole Opry. Wells died on July 16, and the 17-year-old singer said goodbye in the best way she knew how: by singing a medley of the iconic torchy hits Wells left behind.
There are stand up guys and then there are stand up guys. According to Zac Brown of the Zac Brown Band, Kenny Chesney is definitely the latter. It’s not just lip service, either. Brown recently told CMIL that Chesney bent over backwards to take care of the Zac Brown Band during an emergency!
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