Carolyn Corlew, longtime Charlie Daniels Band member, crowned Ms. Senior America

Longtime Charlie Daniels Band background vocalist Carolyn
Corlew was crowned Ms. Senior America today at the National pageant at
Resorts Casino Hotel's Superstar Theater in Atlantic City, NJ.  The competition
featured 34 women age 60 and older from around the country.  Corlew won the
title of Ms. Senior Tennessee April 27th.  While representing Wilson County at
the Tennessee State convention, Corlew encouraged ladies that have reached the
"Age of Elegance" to consider participating in the pageant.
"I am
thrilled, honored and so excited about wearing this crown for the next year,"
said Corlew.  "These women were over the top – there were professional dancers,
opera singers from Broadway… I sang a bluesy Etta James song and we had a 93
year old that rocked the competition.  I'm blown away.  From this point it's
spirit, mind and then body – it's gotta come from within.  I've got a 20 pound
dress on and a crown and I'm proud to represent all the senior women of


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Photos from Craig Morgan’s weekend charity event

Group Shot(L to R): Tate Stevens, Jimmy Albertson, Aaron Lewis, Fred
Andrews, Craig Morgan, Brett Cue, Destry Abbott, Randy Hawkins, and Larry

Country music star and award-winning TV host Craig Morgan had a hugely
successful weekend at his 7th Annual Charity event, gathering
motocross celebrities, country stars, and fans to enjoy the beautiful middle
Tennessee weather and some great musical moments!

The event took place on Saturday, Sept 14th, in Morgan’s hometown of
Dickson, TN. All proceeds benefit Billy’s Place, a component fund of the
Dickson County Craig Morgan Foundation. The organization’s primary goal is to
assist foster children in Dickson County and throughout Middle

The day kicked off with an exhibition from several major
motocross celebrities including Jimmy Albertson, Destry
Abbott, Fred Andrews, Brett Cue, Randy
Hawkins, Andrew Short, and Larry
Ward, followed by a group trail ride and lunch.  


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Carrie Underwood is Getting the Dixie Chicks Treatment: Shut Up and Sing


Well, sort of.

Country superstar Carrie Underwood has never been an outspoken political activist. In fact, it wasn’t until a few weeks ago that she even whispered a word about any of her own affiliations. However, as fans know, animal rights is a cause near and dear to  her heart. Over the years, Carrie has showed her undying support for such causes as the Humane Society of the United States. In 2009, her gorgeous cover of Motley Crue’s “Home Sweet Home” was  featured on American Idol as that year’s exit song, and the single’s proceeds were donated to specific organization causes. Of course, the US Sportsmen’s Alliance tried to spin this act of kindness into an attack on hunting. Later, this issue resurfaced in 2011 when “rodeo interests (including PBR bullrider Austin Meier) tried to start a boycott of Carrie’s music based on the false claim that Carrie’s donation was meant to end rodeos,” according to Mjsbigblog.


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