It has been a while, but tons of new things are coming to Country Belle Chic! More of that to come later 🙂 For the new year, my goal is to keep bringing you the latest country music news, different recipes, and talk about life in the South.
Just wanted to share with y’all a really cool (in my opinion) project I’m working on and need your help.
Country music portrayal of patriotism and American values has always interested me. Doesn’t hearing the words to Tim McGraw’s ‘If You’re Reading This’ or Dierks Bentley’s ‘Home’ pull on your heartstrings? Now, I’m getting the chance to research this topic and turn my research into a documentary. This documentary will consist of interviews and footage throughout Nashville, North Carolina, and Virginia. However, the budget for the documentary is very low and any donations to help me get to the places above is extremely appreciated!
Grand Ole Opry star Little Jimmy Dickens passed away on January 2. Dickens was loved by just about everyone and quickly became a one-of-a-kind entertainer after joining the Grand Ole Opry in 1948.
Dickens was only 4’11”, but his short stature didn’t stop him. His career last for decades and include radio appearances, television appearances, and tours. After 13 trips to Europe and twice to the troops in Vietnam, he became the first country artist to completely circle the globe on a world tour.
Nicknamed “Tater” by Hank Williams, Dickens will be missed by all. However, his legacy will still remain throughout the generations of country music fans.
Today, country music stars and fans are celebrating the life and achievements of the beloved Opry star Little Jimmy Dickens at the Grand Ole Opry. Dickens was 94 years old.
Congratulations to three country music legends who were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame earlier today. Ronnie Milsap, Mac Wiseman, and Hank Cochran were all inducted into country music’s highest honor, which will be celebrated at the annual-invitation … Continue reading →
If you are anything like me, you are glued to ABC’s hit drama Nashville. Now, fans are able to see their favorite country cast live as they kick off a live music tour this summer.
Leading stars Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere won’t be in attendance, but a good show is still promised with all of Nashville’s sexy leading men. Charles Esten, Jonathan Jackson, Sam Palladio, and others will be singing hits songs from the show and all of the fans’ favorite tunes.
The tour kicks off at Joe’s Bar in Chicago on April 25. Season 2 finale for Nashville will be on May 14 on ABC at 10/9c.
The final album of the late country legend Ray Price will be released.
Beauty Is… will feature 12 songs, including Price duets with Martina McBride and Vince Gill. The full-length album is set for release on April 15th and will be sold at Walmarts, Cracker Barrels, and online retailers.