We had an amazing time at the Downtown Hoedown with Dierks Bentley, Tyler Farr, and The Band Perry! One of the booths at the Hoedown had a slowmo camera and filmed a lot of crazy moments
Grunwald called Lovers Lane corporate offices and asked if they had a plus size costume for him. They got him the costume, along with a wig and thigh high stockings.
Nearly everyone on stage took time to pay homage to the musically storied city they were in, whether it was Love And Theft doing a rendition of Eminem’s “Lose Yourself,” or Drake White proclaiming he loved the “indomitable spirit of Detroit.”
Turns out, Reid was the smart one, Neil’s the nerdy one — don’t get him started on “Lord of the Rings”or Harry Potter or hobbit holes — and Kimberly, well, she appears to be the troublemaker.
“It’s a hardworking town with a lot of very soulful people, and people we all identify with,” Rich said. “It’s a town that takes a licking and keeps on ticking…I would think country music means something to people here, even more than other towns, because of what it’s talking about and the way it just rallies people together.”
She added she doesn’t have a boyfriend, so her guitar fills a special space in her heart.
“It just reminded me of me and my wife,” Campbell said.
“No, I think other people took it harder than I did,” he said, adding, “My hair can’t sing at all, so I think it’ll be all right.”
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“That’s the goal, but you don’t really factor that in when you start off, you just sing and write music because you love it, and that’s what we do, and now to have a No. 1, that’s kind of surreal, it honestly is,” Farr said.