A bad review on one of George Strait's albums typically begins with something like "George Strait has never made a bad album, but ..." and ends with effusive praise of the singer's timeless style. His smooth, easy delivery on each of his studio albums is universally adored by fans of country. Ranking every George Strait album meant picking a bad berry out of pristine patch.
As you'll see in the video below, while Gwen was skating backwards during the performance, she trips and falls, causing a pileup on the floor. Did she really trip, or was it staged? For that matter, was it even really her or a double?
Two Louisiana musicians have just been honored with Grammy awards. Lettsworth native Buddy Guy, and English transplant Jon Cleary were presented with their trophies in the pre-telecast portion of the 58th annual Grammy awards.
It's a credit to both LeAnn Rimes and Trisha Yearwood, who both handled an uncomfortable situation with so much class, never (as far as we know) making their competition for the song "How Do I Live" personal. At the 1998 Grammy Awards, Rimes performed the song and then stood off stage to learn if she would win the Best Female Country Vocal Performance award.
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