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by Billy D posted Jan 13 2015 8:38AM
Triple Crossing Brewing is going to have a home craft brew competition, and the winner will get to serve their beer at the brewery! Check out the details here.
by Bill Dunkley posted Jan 9 2015 6:27AM

There's a mashup on YouTube of SIX different hit country songs that sound so similar it's hard to tell when one ends and the other begins. It's been out since late last year but it's getting a lot of attention now.

The video starts with text that reads, "Once upon a time six nearly identical hit country songs were separated at birth." The mashup then identifies each song and artist as it comes up so you know what you're listening to.

The six songs are: Blake Shelton's "Sure Be Cool If You Did", Luke Bryan's "Drunk on You", Cole Swindell's "Chillin' It" . . . plus Parmalee's "Close Your Eyes", Florida Georgia Line's "This is How We Roll", and Chase Rice's "Ready Set Roll".

It's worth mentioning that some of the tempos and pitch were slightly changed, so there's that. But the similarities are still striking.

The title of the video is "Mind-Blowing Six Song Country Mashup", and it's by Sir Mashalot. His real name is Gregory Toddand he's a disgruntled Nashville songwriter who claims he, quote, "can't get a bite from the gatekeepers."

by Billy D posted Jan 8 2015 8:10AM
Q: Only 21 of the 50 states have one of these... and only 7 of those have more than one. What are they?

A: Presidential birthplaces. VA can lay claim to the most presidents, with 8, followed by Ohio with 7 and New York and Massachusetts with 4 apiece.
by Billy D posted Jan 6 2015 10:06AM

Q: People in North Dakota are more likely to have one of these than people in any other state. What is it?

A: A job. North Dakota has the lowest unemployment rate in the nation at 2.7%.

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by Billy D posted Jan 5 2015 11:19AM

Eric Church expected controversy when he went with that giant, inflatable devil that pops up on stage during his concerts.

He tells the "New Orleans Times-Picayune", quote, "It's a trip. Especially at a country show . . . there [are] a lot of people that don't know how to take it.

"I've always wanted to do that live, because it's so wrong. Nobody would ever think, 'Hey, we should do that live.' I've always wanted to see what would happen in that moment. It's been a neat part of the show."

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