You know the show Jeopardy, right? You know how they play "Before and After" - where they merge the name of one person or thing with a name of the other and you have to guess? It's hard to explain, but you'll get it when you listen below
Well it's FINALLY upon us, the Taste Of Country Music Festival is starting this Thursday night at Hunter Mountain, N.Y. So whether it's for just one of the days, or camping over for all three, the weather is going to be great.
It's going to be a very busy week around the radio ranch. I want to get writing very early because we have to go to Hunter Mountainthis week for the most exciting music festival this area has ever seen (got your tickets yet?) .
Newcomer Weston Burt's debut single 'Lucky Sometimes' has cracked country radio in a big way, especially on Sirius XM's the Highway channel. The uptempo cut finds a new way to say "I love you," and fans enjoy singing it back to him during live shows. They'll get another chance after Willie Nelson performs on opening night of the Taste of Country Music Festival.
We all know the Taste of Country Music Festival is going to be amazing! Huge names like Willie Nelson, Trace Adkins, Billy Currington and Lady Antebellum to name a few, but two bands you may not know could very well steal the show.
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