St Patrick's Day is coming up, and I know a lot of you are going to be planning on heading out on the town. For most of us, we're not huge binge drinkers, but we like a little every now and then. So this new survey sheds some light into our every day habits.
Hangover songs provide an important purpose in country music. Sure, plenty of great songs focus on the partying, the raising cain, and of course, booze guzzling, but what happens after the dust settles? After the cab ride home and the crashing on a buddy's couch?
This year, Trace Adkins announced a second stint in an alcohol rehabilitation facility. He fell off the wagon during a cruise he was set to headline. It was his first taste of alcohol in over a decade -- since his last stay in rehab in 2002. While the singer seems to be taking full ownership of what happened on that boat, the incident shines a light on something not talked about very often.
There's a reason Easton Corbin is so convincing as a new, traditional country artist. He's lived the life of a country boy. The 'Clockwork' singer recently talked about growing up on his grandparents' farm.
Every day here on our stations, I'm thinking about different ways to interact with you. I know this whole radio thing isn't just me out there talking to myself. So it's very important to me that I get your input on stuff! That's what the weekly Enquiring Minds surveys are all about, picking your brain and seeing what you think about stuff.
With the Missouri State Fair here, a lot of you will be going out and enjoying some adult time on the grounds. Hangovers are the scourge of anyone who’s ever had too much to drink. And yet, people don’t seem to learn their lesson even during the workweek.