Category: *- Features

Van Alstyne Feed & Hardware now under construction

Van Alstyne Feed & Hardware now under construction

| January 17, 2020 | Reply

By Mary Jane Farmer — This is the full-length article, the shortened-for-space-available version is in the January 17 issue of the Van Alstyne Leader. It’s a family project. Gerald and Jahron Strother, their daughter, Amanda, and her husband Gerald Rutledge are opening the True Value Feed & Hardware Store. Gerald Rutledge said that, after retirement, […]

Read More

Rascal Flatts 20th Year Punctuated With Final Tour

Rascal Flatts 20th Year Punctuated With Final Tour

| January 7, 2020 | Reply

Press release from The Green Room Nashville, Tennessee — An unforgettable chapter in country music history will be celebrated this year, as Rascal Flatts – the most awarded group of the genre’s last decade – is hitting the road for the RASCAL FLATTS FAREWELL: LIFE IS A HIGHWAY TOUR. With countless milestones behind them and their […]

Read More

Sundance Head, Trey Rose at Heritage Hall, 11.15.19

Sundance Head, Trey Rose at Heritage Hall, 11.15.19

| November 24, 2019 | Reply

First printed in The Paris News, 11.24.19 Story and photos . by Mary Jane Farmer, Scene In Town Friday night’s concert at Heritage Hall (Paris, Texas) left concert-goers completely satisfied, and eager for both Sundance Head and Trey Rose to return for a repeat performance. (November 15, 2019) It was actually a repeat concert for […]

Read More

CD Review: Kinky Friedman “Resurrection”

CD Review: Kinky Friedman “Resurrection”

| November 11, 2019 | Reply

First appeared in The Paris News, Nov. 10, 2019, edition “Resurrection,” Kinky Friedman, Echo Hill Records Listening to the Kinky Friedman of today is like getting an in-depth look at his soul, and that easily transfers to in-depth looks inside oneself as well. Long gone, it seems, is the Kinky of his youth, when his music was […]

Read More

CD Review: Ian & Sylvia’s “The Lost Taoes

CD Review: Ian & Sylvia’s “The Lost Taoes

| September 26, 2019 | Reply

Ian & Sylvia, The Lost Tapes, Stoney Plain Records — First printed in September 2019, in The Paris News. Imagine being returned to the folk music era of the 1960s and 70s, the time when musical instruments were played to compliment the singers’ voices, not over-power them, and songwriters wrote songs with meaning and substance behind […]

Read More

banner ad