The Urban Cowboy legacy lives on as Country star Mickey Gilley launches the winter/spring portion of his North American concert tour, dedicated to the 35th anniversary of his iconic “Urban Cowboy” single.Read More»
It’s shaping up to be a busy year for Country legend TG Sheppard as his winter/spring concert tour is getting underway. The singer will headline shows in cities across North America, featuring his groundbreaking music and signature songs. The tour coincides with the 40th anniversary of the phenomenal hit, “Devil in the Bottle.”Read More»
It’s been almost a decade since T. Graham Brown has released a new studio album, but that drought comes to an end today with the release of Forever Changed.The disc is released by Mansion Entertainment and distributed by Sony RED Distribution and Provident. The album is also available through Cracker Barrel Old Country Store. Brown co-produced the disc with Mark L. Carman.Read More»
Ronnie McDowell is highly respected by his peers and loved by his fans. Radio favorites and chart topper’s such as “Older Women” and “You’re Gonna Ruin My Bad Reputation,” along with “Watchin’ Girls Go By,” “All Tied Up” and “In A New York Minute” laid the foundation to an impressive career spanning more than forty years.Read More»
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Football fans will be able to get their pigskin fix before the next football season in Kansas City.
Barbeque lovers exchanged wet naps for scissors Thursday at one restaurant.
Governor Sam Brownback declared February 22nd through February 28th as engineers week. Brownback spoke to the Kansas society of Professional engineers at a luncheon held at Washburn University.
Nobody was injured in an early morning house fire in Pottawatomie County Friday morning.