Monthly Archives: September 2011

Dunn Worrying

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For the first two years of my college career, calling dad for our weekly 3 minute (tops) phone conversation started and ended with:

a. So, journalism major, huh?

b. Don’t you think a business degree would be a good background to have?

c. What exactly is a journalist?

d. Whatever you want to do hun, but just know that you have to pay rent if you move back home.

e. All the above.

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Lovin’ on Luke

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I touched Luke Bryan and didn’t let go.

Well, until he politely shook off my death grip to continue his concert, which was fine because he was incredible live.  Now I’m just confused because he knew exactly where I was sitting and didn’t come find me after the show.  I was waiting on one knee ready to pop the question, head to Vegas, and flip the words of his song, “Do I.”

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Eminem is the New Mozart

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Public schools across the nation have lacked a consistently strong music and arts program, but Nashville schools can’t be lumped into this statistic.

The Nashville education system is trying to continue the legacy of Music City by broadening it’s music program.  Country, rock, and rap will make it’s way into lesson plans that used to focus strictly on classical curriculum.  School officials want to take advantage of the rich culture that surrounds these schools.

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Little Big Town – “Shut Up Train” Music Video Premier

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The four-piece band consistently intrigues listeners with their distinctive sound, and the premier of their music video, Shut Up Train, is no different.  Behind the scenes footage

The group chose to shoot the entire video in timeless black and white and the lead vocalist in this song, Karen Fairchild steals the screen.  Literally, her face takes up the screen for 3/4 of the video – good think she’s pretty.

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