Mark Chestnut and his band were involved in an accident in their tour bus, while driving back to Nashville this past Sunday morning. They were headed home following a performance in Ft. Worth, Texas, when the bus was rear-ended. Police cars at the scene said a young male driver was driving 100 mph, without a license Fortunately, no one was hurt, but the young driver did total his car.
Best known for songs like “Bubba Shot the Jukebox,” “Too Cold at Home,” “Blame it on Texas,” “Gonna Get a Life,” and “Goin’ Through the Big D,” Mark said he really prefers the bus to flying, and of course added, “I’m really, really glad all the boys are all right.”
Trisha Yearwood has added “author” to her list of “things I’ve done.” She’s compiled a cookbook called “Georgia Cooking in an Oklahoma Kitchen. The cookbook is being called wonderful, and is full of down-home style cooking, using recipes form her family.
I’m not sure if “She’s in Love with the Boy” was Trisha’s biggest hit, but it’s the first one that comes to mind when I think of her music.
Lady Antebellum has their second single in the Top 40, “Lookin’ For a Good Time.” Early in August, you’ll be able to catch the group in Uniontown, Pa., Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Marion, Ill; Des Moines, Iowa, and Troy, Ohio. Be sure to check out their web page for a complete listing of their fair and concert dates.
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Little reminder… maybe nightly reminder for a few weeks — mark your calendars for Aug. 28, and remember to watch David Letterman to see Randy Houser’s first national television appearance!