On Rick's Retro Rack today is a look back at a country legend Charley Pride. He grew up one of 11 children in Sledge, Mississippi. During his career he would top the Billboard country singles chart 29 times.
I remember going to the movie theater and watching a movie in what was called at the time "Cinemascope". Then there was "3-D", which is much better today than it was when it first came to theaters in the 50's
On the relic rack today is an icon in country music. Johnny Cash was born on February 26, 1932 in Kingsland, Arkansas. He was, at the age of 48, the youngest inductee into the Country Music Hall of Fame. He was also in inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1995. Cash is one of just few country artists in both institutions.
There's an independent film from L.A.-based Declaration Entertainment, "The Arroyo", written by Jeremy Boreing and John Bickley, being shot in Slaton, Post and Southland and a lot of area people are getting speaking parts, including yours truly.
34-year-old Ryan Dunn, one of the many faces of MTV’s popular prank franchise ‘Jackass,’ was killed in a car accident early Monday morning in Pennsylvania, TMZ has confirmed.
According to the report, the accident occurred at around 3AM at Route 322 and New Street in West Goshen Township. Dunn was in the vehicle with an unidentified person – who was also killed – though no word yet on who was actua
As expected, ‘Green Lantern’ was the number one movie at the box office this weekend, taking in a slightly underwhelming $52.7 million, according to weekend estimates.
That number marks the lowest opening for a superhero movie this summer, behind ‘Thor’ ($66 million) ‘X-Men: First Class’ ($56 million).
Hailed by critics and embraced by fans to the tune of nine million copies sold since its release, the multi-award-winning soundtrack album, 'O Brother, Where Art Thou?,' will celebrate its tenth anniversary with a deluxe two-CD set, due August 16...
Sometimes artists go back to their favorite things to get inspiration for a project their doing, like a book, or even another song. Country music's Steel Magnolia went back to a favorite movie for some inspiration for their new video. Keep reading to find out more.
Can you smell what Dwayne Johnson and Charley Pride are cookin'? It could be the man known as "The Rock" will go country and portray Pride in a movie about the country music icon's life. Keep reading to find out what's going on.