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  • 60 hilarious promotional pictures of professional wrestlers in the 80's

    A few of these guys were my heroes when I was a kid!

    Sure, pro wrestling is still big, but in the late 80s and early 90s, it was huge. Pro wrestlers were everywhere. There was Hulk Hogan’s Rock ‘n’ Wrestling cartoon on Saturday mornings to tide you over until WWF came on in the afternoon. Sgt. Slaughter doubles as a G.I. Joe star. Captain Lou, Rowdy Roddy Piper, Iron Sheik, and others were in Cyndi Lauper music videos. And Captain Lou was also Mario during the live-action segments on The Super Mario Bros. Super Show. Then video games and computers got cheaper and the Internet was invented and suddenly balding dudes in neon spandex just weren’t as cool anymore. So enjoy this look back at the heroes of our youth. And don’t you dare look into what they’re up to now. Read More
  • Luke Bryan's First Song

    LUKE BRYAN's "Dirt Road Diary" exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum opened today in Nashville. Read More

  • Hole in the Wall Tour: Coronado

    Clayton's Coffee Shop

    Celebrating Coronado on our 3rd stop during our Hole in the Wall Tour Read More
Brad Paisley

Brad Paisley

June 6th

Lady Antebellum

Lady Antebellum

Friday, July 10th

Darius Rucker

Darius Rucker

Aug. 2nd

Dierks Bentley

Dierks Bentley

Florida Georgia Line

Florida Georgia Line

Luke Bryan

Luke Bryan

New Country Discovery

  • Look whose gone country!!

    Steven Tyler

    Steven Tyler has signed with Nashville's Big Machine Label Group to record a country solo album. He says his lifelong infatuation with country music began when he stole the Everly Brothers singles that belonged to his older sister. Around that same time, he turned a long wire into a radio antenna up an apple tree near his house and began picking up the signal from a country station in Ft. Wayne, Ind. "That's how I grew up listening to all that stuff," says the singer, who counts the Everlys, Patsy Cline and Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks among his early country favorites. Read More