The King of Country Music...ALL Over Our Cowboy News!
by Roger WWW Garrett and Jessy,posted Mar 24 2014 8:13AM
Here's Your COWBOY NEWS Country Music Headlines
Online voting to determine the ACMs' 2014 Entertainer and New Artist of the Year starts today (Monday) at VoteACM.com. The winners for all categories will be revealed during the April 6th telecast on CBS.
The nominees for Entertainer of the Year are: Luke Bryan Miranda Lambert Blake Shelton George Strait Taylor Swift
The nominees for New Artist of the Year are: Brett Eldredge Kip Moore Justin Moore
LEANN RIMES' jaw was so sore that she couldn't make it out for an encore at her show on Saturday in Durant, Oklahoma. She Tweeted, "Oklahoma, I love you so much! I'm sorry for no encore. I had my jaw pop out of place and I can't hear out of my left ear."
JAKE OWEN recorded a special video thanking all of his fans before he took the stage on the first night of his "Days of Gold" tour last Thursday in Brookings, South Dakota.
We still haven't seen any of those RASCAL FLATTS-themed restaurants that were supposed to start opening last year . . . and now we know why. JAY DEMARCUS says they're having troubles, "with the deal."
Surprise guests Eric Church and Kenny Chesney joined George Strait as the King of Country music headlined his final Nashville show on the Cowboy Rides Away tour. The Friday night set featured 33 of George’s biggest hits, including “The Chair,” “You Look So Good In Love” and “Ocean Front Property.”
The sold-out crowd went wild when Eric showed up unannounced for “Cowboys Like Us” and again later when Kenny joined George for “Amarillo by Morning.”
Opener Sheryl Crow returned to the stage for “Here for a Good Time” and “When Did You Stop Loving Me.” During her 12-song set, Sheryl mentioned opening for George was among the top highlights of her career.
“The Cowboy Rides Away,” “All My Exes Live in Texas,” “Run,” Tom Petty’s “You Wreck Me” and Johnny Cash’s “Folsom Prison Blues” closed the show.
George will end the Cowboy Rides Away tour with sold-out all-star show at Arlington, Texas’s AT&T Stadium on June 7th.
The Top Four Things Women Wish Their Husbands Would Do
According to a new survey, Here are the top four things women wish their husbands would do more often . . .
2. Empty the dishwasher.
3. Ask for directions.
4. Put the toilet seat down.
The Five Things People in Relationships Are Least Likely to Change
A new survey came up with five of the main things people in relationships are LEAST likely to change . . . and it's really just scratching the surface. The top five are:
1. What you eat for breakfast.
2. Who uses which coffee mug.
3. What time you go to bed.
4. The brands of food and drinks you buy.
5. The small handful of restaurants you always go to.
Seven Signs You'd Make an Awesome Leader
A lot of you THINK you should be the one in charge, but not everyone is built for it. Here are seven signs that you have what it takes to be an awesome leader:
1. You have a desire to help others.
You don't just want to boss people around. You actually want to bring out the best in people to make the whole team stronger.
2. You always want to learn more.
Good leaders aren't know-it-alls. They're the opposite. They're smart enough to know that they don't always have all the answers, and they're willing to take the time to figure them out.
3. You're patient.
Strong leaders know not to make rash decisions. They're methodical and take their time when they're faced with important choices, or when the stakes are high. Which means they're better at decision-making than the rest of us.
4. You've got a lot of self-discipline.
Great leaders have a lot of self-control. They set challenging goals and make sure that they meet them.
5. You don't mind taking on hard problems.
Born leaders don't throw in the towel when things get rough. They LIKE the challenge and they work hard to find a solution.
6. You get better and stronger with age.
Powerful people tend to constantly improve. They welcome change and are able to adapt.
7. You take responsibility for your actions.
Good leaders find lessons in their failures, so nothing ever sets them back.