From The Mailbag: Lorrie Morgan opens new restaurant, releases new cookbook

From The Mailbag: Lorrie Morgan opens new restaurant, releases new cookbook
Lorrie Morgan (photo courtesy press release)

When she’s not on the road, making music or shining brightly from the stage of the Grand Ole Opry, Lorrie Morgan will most likely be found in the kitchen. The multi-award-winning singer/songwriter says that food is her “love language,” a way to show her devotion to friends and family. Now, the star has compiled some of her very favorite recipes in a collection called, "To Eat Or Not To Eat. That Is The Question." The cookbook is available now, brimming with recipes and more, including never before seen photos, and engaging stories from Lorrie’s life and career on the road.

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Gay country stars and a snooty Taylor Swift? Gerry House’s new book might just be the best thing ever


This contest is now closed with Heather M. being our winner. Thank you everyone who entered! Keep watching for another great contest from NashvilleGab. 

Keep reading to the end to find out how you can win a copy of Gerry's new book!

Gerry House is a country music radio legend who has been around for decades and has been there, done it, and got the T-shirt many times over. I can't even imagine the country music secrets and stories he could tell. 

Oh wait, I don't have to imagine because the man has a new book that promises to reveal loads of stories about your favorite country music stars. 


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Ricky Skaggs Readies First-ever Autobiography, “Kentucky Traveler” (from the mailbag)

Ricky Skaggs bookKentucky Traveler, out August 13 – Preorder here

Bluegrass and Country Music icon RICKY SKAGGS has just about done it all over the course of his 50+ years in music. With hundreds of career accolades and countless life experiences under his belt, Skaggs certainly has a story to tell.

Now, for the first time, Skaggs is ready to tell the story of his life with the release of his personal autobiography,

"Kentucky Traveler" is an honest, deeply American story of the power of faith, family, and music from one of America's most beloved Bluegrass and Country artists.


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Mindy McCready was writing an autobiography when she died

Mindy McCready

As most everyone is aware of by now I'm sure, Mindy McCready sadly and unsurprisingly took her own life (and that of her dog) yesterday on the same porch in Heber Springs, Arkansas where her boyfriend and father of her youngest son died of a gunshot wound just last month. 

While most of us will never understand what was going through Mindy's mind when she decided to turn the gun on herself, it turns out that when she died she was attempting to shed light on the demons that had haunted her for most of her life by writing a book. 

Back in January of 2012, Mindy had tweeted about the autobiography she was working on. 

In the excerpt she referenced, Mindy wrote:

The following is an overview of a future book about my life.

I haven’t had a hit in almost a decade. I’ve spent my fortune, tarnished my public view, and made myself the brunt of punch line after punch line. I’ve been beaten, sued, robbed, arrested, jailed, and evicted. But I’m still here. With a handful of people that I know and trust, a revived determination, and both middle fingers up in the air, I’m ready. I’ve been here before. I’m a fighter. I’m down, but I’ll never be out.

This book is not about shifting blame. I know I’ve made mistakes and I take full responsibility for those mistakes. This book is part diary, part therapy, part confessional, part job, and part apology. But mostly, I just want people to understand me better. So when people like Nancy Grace or the TMZ parasites pass judgment, they can do so with the full story.

So here it is, the story of Mindy McCready. My story.

Please remember, this is only an overview of the book. I’ll be posting chapter excerpts periodically.


Some people have lived such extraordinary lives that their story begs to be written as the rest of the world waits for the chance to peek in at the fame, fortune, violence, scandal, and shocking behavior from a safe distance.

I am one such person.


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