Newsflash… Buying a ticket to a show does not mean you own the artist, or the venue. You are not entitled to break venue policies then act the victim. The artist does not have to be gracious when you behave badly enough to impact the show for the people around you. If your mamma didn’t teach you manners, then I’m glad Miranda Lambert did!
The incident surrounding Lady Antebellum’s name change and subsequent legal battle over the Lady A moniker serves as a stark reminder of the importance of understanding the historical and cultural implications of our actions. By disregarding the concerns of Anita White, a talented black artist, Lady Antebellum revealed a lack of empathy and failed to live up to the inclusivity they claimed to embody. As consumers of music and media, we must hold artists accountable for their actions and decisions.
I have recently begun marketing work for a coin collector who runs an online marketplace and auction for his resale coins. His tracking system thus far for his extensive inventory has been a spiral bound notebook, and his personal memory. He has tasked me with creating an easy-to use and maintain system that helps him […]
Is it body positivity or are we just beating the booty-bullies to the finish line by making Lainey Wilson and Priscilla Block’s rears the butt of the joke? Originally written for CountryMusicNewsBlog.com
No more whiskey stones for the love of Rye! While you may mean well, whiskey stones have long been outpaced as a gift idea by the more educated bourbon and whiskey enthusiasts, especially since it seems to be the go-to-gift for all new or inexperienced collectors. Instead, here are 5 ideas to help the whiskey […]
Throughout history Whiskey has played a critical role in the identity of men. It’s always had a place at the table, in the desk drawer, or in the clubhouse while the men of the world sipped from their glass and ruled on high as leaders of their fields. It might surprise you to know that […]
Producer Danny Wimmer Presents celebrates the triumphant return of Bourbon & Beyond with the debut of Rocks Room Presented by Zelle®. Beginning August 12, 2022, attendees can start participating in the festival’s return by using Zelle® through August 31 to receive elite perks such as intimate music performances, food, or bourbon tastings at the first restaurant in the festival’s history.