I am married to a sweet guy named Jeff. I don't have kids but our German Wirehair, Tuffy, keeps me busy.
I love fashion, going out to eat and sitting in a backyard around a fire. I sing karaoke- even though I'm an awful singer and I try to surround myself with good people who love to laugh.
Any veggies, pizza and even though I'm a vegetarian, every once in a while, I order the biggest slab of prime rib on the menu (medium rare)
Things I Can't Stand:
Rude people, uncomfortable shoes and wet lettuce (I'm a big salad person and if the lettuce hasn't been properly dried, it makes the dressing watered down and the entire salad gets soggy..GROSS!)
I don't have a favorite, but I do enjoy a good dive bar. Pool tables and dart boards are always a plus, oh- and the music should never be too loud unless there's a live band or it's a bar with a dance floor. I mean, seriously, why should we have to listen to some crappy old song blaring over the speakers when all I really want to do is hear the the conversation at the table. Then again- I do wear headphones everyday for work, so my hearing is probably less then fabulous.
Favorite Country Artists:
This is a tough one. For current artists- Eric Church, Zac Brown Band, Kip Moore and . I LOVE 90s country and Don Williams greatest hits is a go-to if I want a classic country fix.
I'm a speed walker. For anyone who doesn't know what that REALLY is, you're probably saying "so what?" But for those who've witnessed how truly idiotic it looks, let's just say, "you know what I'm talking about". I get laughed at and taunted on a daily basis.
I've taken up running in the last year and a half and have noticed the snickers from passersby stop if you're in a jog.
It's tough to find fault with an album that went on to win a Grammy but Lady Antebellum, along with the album's Producer Paul Worley, admit it wasn't their best work.
“We felt the third album was a little bit of a slip compared to the first two,” Worley recently told the Tennessean. He added that, “It wasn’t bad. We’re not ashamed of it. But we were caught up in the melee of the rising stardom and life just blew up. Coming back from that and feeling artistic disappointment, we just decided we weren’t going to settle for that.”
After winning big at the Grammy's with Song of the Year and Record of the Year for "Need You Now," the band rushed to the studio to record Own The Night. They were trying to capitalize on the successful wave they were on.
“Everybody, when we were making the last record, was like, ‘Man, how are you going to follow up ‘Need You Now,’ follow up ‘Need You Now,’ follow up ‘Need You Now,’ ” Kelley repeats for emphasis.
“It was like, ‘Thanks for adding more pressure,’ ” Haywood adds.
This time around, Lady Antebellum worked on their recent album for 10 months. They wanted to make sure that Golden was more of a focus on their vocals and not of the instruments.
”It was an effort to shut the world away and go back to where we were when we made the first album,” said Worley.
So far, their hard work is paying off! "Downtown," the album's first single, went to number one on the charts, Golden debuted at number one and the second single, "Goodbye Town," is on its way to being another number one song.
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