George Jones’ wife Nancy commissioned a comical portrait of her husband’s infamous John Deere ride from visual artist and singer Ronnie McDowell, who delivered it on Christmas Day.
Big Machine’s Mandy McCormack and The Valory Music Co.’s Miranda Williams dressed the part for their shifts at the Big Machine Label Group kiosk at Cool Springs Galleria. The booth, selling music and merch, is open through today (12/31).
Country band Williams Riley headed to New Orleans recently to record a music video for their new anthem for the New Orleans Saints, called “The Who Dat Roll.” Local NBC affiliate WDSU-TV shot the video on the roof of their studio overlooking the superdome, and has been airing it as part of the pre-game show.
Burns & Poe were among the more than 30 artists who participated in the 27th Annual Christmas4Kids Tour Bus Show on Dec. 15 at the Wal-Mart parking lot in Hendersonville, Tenn.
Gretchen Wilson, Randy Houser, Jamey Johnson, Keith Anderson, and Anna Garrott were all on hand to show off over 70 custom tour buses. Welcoming more than 2,500 folks, the event raised more than $8,600 for needy children. The following day that money was used to treat more than 400 children to a Wal-Mart Christmas shopping spree and tour bus ride.