Country Music Concert

The demand for Taylor Swift tickets is crazy. Before a Taylor Swift show, their websites receive a massive increase in views. Taylor Swift may be the hottest act out right now! Concert tickets are hard to find. It’s not hard to believe after the way she has taken the music industry by storm. After selling more than 4 million copies of her self-titled debut album Taylor Swift, country music would never be the same. Taylor has become an icon for music lovers all over the country. She won Breakthrough Video of the Year at the 2007 CMT Music Awards for a song performed with Tim McGraw. This would be the first of a long string of awards for Taylor in the following year. In 2008, Taylor became a household name. Wins at the CMT Music Awards in 2008 for Female Video of the Year and Video of the Year were huge for the young artist. Taylor also had another big win at the 2008 Teen Choice Awards for Breakthrough Artist. Her popularity began to soar even more with the release of her second album. Fearless produced more than 500,000 sales in the first week alone. To date, Fearless has sold over 5 million copies in the US alone. She was at the top of the Billboard 200 for 11 weeks! In January 2009, Swift became the youngest country music artist to appear on Saturday Night Live. At the 44th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, Swift picked up Album of the Year honors. She was the youngest artist to ever receive this award. Once again, at the 2009 CMT Music Awards she won Female Video of the Year, as well as Video of the Year. On October 26, the album was re-released as Fearless: Platinum Edition. The re-release contained six new songs.

In January 2009, Taylor Swift announced her first headlining tour. The Fearless Tour would cover 52 cities in 38 states and provinces in the US and Canada over 6 months. This included a complete sellout of Madison Square Garden! Everything was going perfect for the princess of country music, until controversy sparked at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards. During Taylor’s acceptance speech for Best Female Video, Kanye West came on stage and took the microphone from her. He interrupted her speech to say how much Beyonce deserved the award. National media outlets everywhere had Taylor Swift on the brain. After a few weeks of silence about the incident, Taylor finally put it all to rest. On October 8, 2009, Swift announced her tour would be playing an additional 37 shows in the US. The Billboard charts for November 14, 2009 set yet another record for Swift. She had 8 charted songs on the Billboard 100, which was the most by a female artist ever. The only place Taylor could complain about would be her public relationship trouble. It is only fitting during this magical year she could finally find someone for her. The emergence of Twilight as a phenomenon across the US became exactly what Taylor needed. Taylor seems to have found the perfect fit with Twilight’s Taylor Lautner. Finally, this princess has found her prince. For More details and cheap concert tickets for Taylor Swift Fearless Tour Dates 2010, you may log on to or at

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Big And Rich

Have you ever invested in a penny stock and got burned? Would you like to learn to invest in penny stocks, but don’t know where or how to get started? If so, you’re not alone. 95% of investors lose money in the penny stock market, but what about the 5% winners. Maybe they know something the losers don’t. If you are serious about making money, real money, with huge potential gains, then continue reading.

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Penny stocks are generally classified as stocks that trade for $5.00 or less per share. There are several misconceptions about not being able to make any money dealing in penny stocks. You may ask yourself: How can I make any money buying a stock that is only .02 per share. Think about it. If you buy a stock that is selling for .02 per share and that same stock increases to .03 per share you have made a 50% GAIN. If that same share sells for .04 per share you have made a 100% GAIN. So, as you can see, it does not take a big increase in PPS (price per share) to make HUGE GAINS dealing in penny stocks. Now, you can see how you can make HUGE GAINS in the penny stock market.

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Big & Rich – 8th Of November (Video)

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Country Music Artists

Country Music as we know it has been around for decades, with the 1920’s seen as the ‘era’ of Country; with thousands of faces, some well-known, some fading into obscurity lining the Hall of Fame, who are the important figureheads in the history of Country Music? Who pioneered it, we know and love today? Here are some of the founders:

A.C Robertson

Alexander (known as Eck) Robertson recorded the first commercial Country Music song in 1922! He was born in 1887 and lived in Texas, growing up learning to play the fiddle, he eventually found himself with a recording contract. In 1922 Eck recorded the now famous track “Sally Gooden.” It never made it big, and it didn’t sell many copies, but he began the industry we know today.

As the first ever recorded artist, Eck Robertson certainly deserves to be considered a pioneer.

Vernon Dalhart

Vernon Dalhart had the first Country Singer to have a nationwide hit in 1924 -just 2 years after Eck Robertson sang, with “Wreck of the Old ’97.” Vernon was born in 1883 as Marion try Slaughter, he took his name from two towns were he worked. He applied and was hired by Edison records, but he didn’t start out as a Country Singer, he began with classical and dance, later in 1924 he released his first song which quickly became a hit. He went on to record many different hits, using various names, hundreds in fact!

While Vernon may have not begun his career, he certainly made an impact on the business, alerting recording companies to how lucrative it could be, for that and for singing the first country song to become a nationwide hit, Vernon Dalhart deserves his place in the pioneers.

Jimmie Rodgers

Jimmie Rodgers if often known as ‘The Father of Country Music,” he recorded “The Soldier’s Sweetheart” and “Sleep, Baby, Sleep” in 1927 and although they didn’t make millions, they did achieve some success and fame. But Jimmie was determined to make it big and recorded another song ‘Blue Yodel” or “T for Texas” as it is often known. This song earned him his stardom, selling hundreds of thousands of copies.

Jimmie Rodgers made a good career for himself out of singing Country, and influenced many artists, Country and non country alike; sadly he died at 35 years old from TB. For his contribution, Jimmie Rodgers earned his place among the pioneers of Music.

The Carter Family

The Carter Family was a group that recorded in the late 1920s to the late 1950s, they are considered to be the first Country vocal group, in the group was Delaney Carter, his wife Sarah Carter and his sister-in-law Maybelle Carter.

They made their first recording in 1927 with “Wandering Boy” and “Poor Orphan Child,” later they created the well known, “Keep On the Sunny Side,” and many more besides. Their songs became very popular and very well known.

Later though the group disbanded and split, with Maybelle singing with her children and occasionally the group re-uniting to sing a hit, merging with several family generations.

The Carter Family’s songs have been covered by artists such as Joan Baez and even Bob Dylan, but as important as the songs were, the Carter Family pioneered a new way of playing the guitar the “Carter Style.” With such influence on the world, the Carter Family deserves their place as an early pioneer.

It has a long history spanning decades, and these among other later pioneers have created the wonderful world of this music that we know today, they deserve their place in Country Music history.

Joe Hansen is an expert in country music and also reports on the latest news and events in the country music world.

Amanda Henkel – “A Million And One” [ Country Music Video ]

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Kenny Chesney Music Videos

Can music change your mood and outlook on life?

It can for me. Especially if its a video and its Kenny Chesney or Tim McGraw! hehehe…
hairspray queen – to each his own darlin! If I listened to that I would not be a happy cowgirl! =)


music can change your whole entire mood in a matter of seconds

Kenny Chesney – Who You’d Be Today

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Country Charts

Road map to top of charts
Thomas Conner: Listening to Jimmy Webb’s stable of once-upon-a-time hit songs — “Wichita Lineman,” “Galveston,” “By the Time I Get to Phoenix” — you’d think he had a GPS in his writing room. Webb, 64, is on the road again and performing at Lincoln Hall tonight to support his first CD in a few years, “Just Across the River.” The album features many of Webb’s hits reborn in loose new …
Ani DiFranco with Andy Stochansky – March 1994 Air date

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