Two teens in Texas are going to prom together, thanks to George Strait. The King didn't know he was lending Jake Koppelman a hand last weekend as he rolled out his plan to invite Cheyenne Cavanaugh to prom. But without his help ... who knows?
Today Texas turns a sprightly 180 years young. It was on March 2, 1836, with the adoption of the Texas Declaration of Independence, settlers in Mexican Texas officially broke ties with Mexico and formed the most bad ass state in the union.
The iconic George Strait is in the midst of a renaissance after the release of his most recent record Cold Beer Conversation and the announcement he will be taking the stage again next year at the Las Vegas Arena, prompting fans to show up in a big way.
It’s the song that started it all for George Strait. Believe it or not, it actually took a few tries before the King would nab his first No. 1 on the country charts. 59 others would follow during a 33-year (and counting) career. Do you remember which song hit the top of the charts first?
Country legend George Strait took the stage with confidence at the 50th Annual ACM Awards after a stellar introduction from hosts Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan, who noted his numerous ACM Awards over the last four decades and called him the ‘Dick Clark of Country Music.’
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