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‘Off to war’: Charleston pilot writes country music hit
by Airman 1st Class Tom Brading
Joint Base Charleston Public Affairs
6/13/2012 – JOINT BASE CHARLESTON, S.C. — Country music legend Johnny Cash is renowned for his impact to the entertainment industry. However, before Johnny Cash was dressed in black, he wore Air Force blues. Other prior military musicians include Willie Nelson, Jimi Hendrix and Elvis Presley.
One Joint Base Charleston pilot may be added to that elite list of famous songwriting servicemembers.
For Maj. Pete Reddan, a pilot with the 437th Airlift Wing, heading off to deployed locations, such as combat zones, is just another part of the job. But, in addition to soaring through the skies piloting aircraft, Reddan is also an accomplished country music songwriter.
Read the rest of the story via Feature – ‘Off to war’: Charleston pilot writes country music hit.
TALES FROM THE FISHBOWL, DAY 5: I’M A SMALL TOWN
Welcome back to Tales from the Fishbowl, where we’re counting down one track per day until the June 19th release of Welcome to the Fishbowl. (Read our first entry featuring Kenny Chesney’s thoughts on the album as a whole here.)
Today on the countdown: “I’m A Small Town.” Listen to the exclusive premiere on AOL’s The Boot here!
We’ve all heard them – songs that romanticize life in small town America, waxing poetic about the streets and shops and tight-knit communities that make this country great. “I probably sing two in my set every night,” jokes Kenny. But for straightforward classic country anthem “I’m A Small Town,” writer Keith Gattis took a different approach: he told the story from the perspective of the town itself. “The town is talking about himself in first person, and everything he’s seen,” Kenny explains. “It gets to the heart, the foundation, all the common denominators that everyone feels growing up in a small town, and the mentality that comes with that.”
Read the rest via kennychesney.com news.news.
special guests Justin Moore and Kip Moore
EVENT DATE AND TIME
Wed, 2012-11-28 (All day)
Time Warner Cable Arena
333 East Trade Street
Charlotte, NC 28202
Alibis is the second studio album by American country music artist Tracy Lawrence. Certified platinum in the United States, the album produced the singles “Can’t Break It to My Heart“, “Alibis”, “My Second Home” and “If the Good Die Young“, all Number One hits on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts. The album is certified 2× Multi-Platinum by the RIAA for shipments of two million copies.
1 Track listing
3 Chart performance
“I Threw the Rest Away” (Gene Nelson, Paul Nelson) – 3:28
“Can’t Break It to My Heart” (Kirk Roth, Tracy Lawrence, Earl Clark, Elbert West) – 2:53
“We Don’t Love Here Anymore” (Kenny Beard, Bob Alan, Jimmy Darrell) – 3:07
“Crying Ain’t Dying” (Don Schlitz, Mark Irwin) – 3:12
“Alibis” (Randy Boudreaux) – 3:03
“My Second Home” (Lawrence, Kenny Beard, P. Nelson) – 2:44
“Don’t Talk to Me That Way” (Reese Wilson, Billy Spencer) – 3:48
“It Only Takes One Bar (To Make a Prison)” (Beard, Lawrence, P. Nelson) – 3:31
“Back to Back” (Lawrence, West) – 3:13
“If the Good Die Young” (P. Nelson, Craig Wiseman) – 2:26
Thanks to you guys, Jason brought home his first CMT Music Award last night for CMT Performance of the Year for “Tattoos On This Town” from the CMT Artists of the Year Special.
“This is actually my first one of these, so this is pretty cool. …To the fans, thank you guys so much. This has been a fun year,” Jason said during his acceptance speech. Check out videos, photos and other highlights from the show here!
It is a beautiful country out there, don’t miss the opportunity to get out and drive it or ride it! If you have never taken a motorcycle across the bad lands, put it on your bucket list. Amazing!
Grab a little slice of Americana by watching Jason Aldean‘s music video for “Fly Over States,” the chart-topping final single from Jason’s award-winning My Kinda Party album. The superstar sings the praises of those hard-working folks found in mid-America as he walks through the shells of planes lying abandoned in an airfield. It all comes together for some killer visuals.
Suggestion: Don’t swim near anyone looking this relieved. (ThinkStock)
If you’re taking a refreshing dip in a pool with four other people, odds are one of you is urinating. This is not gross-out myth, but cold, depressing fact from a recent survey conducted by the Water Quality & Health Council, a scientific research group sponsored by the American Chemistry Council.
The survey, conducted in April, asked nearly 1,000 adults whether they urinate in pools. One in five bravely admitted their mistakes. And those are the ones who admitted it.
Read the rest of the story at Swimming Pools Are Public Toilet Bowls for Many: Survey | Healthy Living – Yahoo! Shine.
Registration: Yellin Rebel (908 Bacons Bridge Rd. Summerville, SC)
Stop #1: The Sand Shack Bar & Grill (5090 Ashley Phosphate Rd. N. Charleston)
Stop #2: LG’s Hanahans Neighborhood Pub (5861 N. Rhett Ave, Hanahan, SC)
Stop #3: Locals Bar (1150 Queensborough Boulevard Mount Pleasant, SC)
Ride End/Celebration: Doc’s Bar & Grill (207 Davis Hill Lane, Moncks Corner)
$20 per vehicle – $5 per passenger
Last Vehicle Out at 1:00pm
Last Vehicle In at 5:00pm
All Proceeds Benefit ALS Association South Carolina Chapter
For More Info Please contact: Katie Shank – KShank@SCALSA.org