In the 1995 comedy film 'Clueless,' lead character Cher (Alicia Silverstone) offers this little nugget of wisdom: "It is one thing to spark up a doobie and get laced at parties, but it is quite another to be fried all day."
Love was in the air on this day 50 years ago in Canada. It was then that Johnny Cash asked June Carter for her hand in marriage in front of a packed house. The scene was recreated beautifully in the movie "Walk the Line".
I have said many times that my house was filled with music when I was growing up. I grew up on good old fashioned country music. I used to sit in my grandma’s house and listen to George and Tammy and Johnny and June. My cousin Janelle and I would pretend we were the stars.
This was the most shocking election our country has seen. The face of our political landscape has just been changed forever. The people have spoken and a new leader has been chosen. No matter what side you were on, it is time to band together and focus on what bonds us, not what separates us.
In the history of music there have a been a handful of artists that appealed to everyone. It didn't matter what kind of music you liked, you just couldn't help but be a fan of them. I think of Elvis, Patsy Cline, The Eagles, The Beatles, Merle Haggard, Dolly Parton and Merle Haggard would …