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1963 gmc 910 pick-up

September 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

1963 gmc 910 pick-up short box step side total frame/body off restoration 1 of 1059 Oshawa built truck 70,000 original miles recently painted back to its original colour brigade blue 3 on the tree standard drum brakes steering 3:73 gear ratio rear end fun to drive and bring lots of smiles...

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Musician, Broadcaster & Artist

September 10, 2016 | 0 Comments

Her first top ten hit was, “Daddy’s Hands”.  Since then she has released ten albums, nineteen singles, with two reaching number one.  Holly Dunn has many sides to her creative personality.  You know her best for her music, but she’s been a morning radio co-host in Detroit, and has spent most of the last decade...

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1952 John Deere AR

September 8, 2016 | 0 Comments

This tractor has been in my family since it was brand new. Our friends dog Riley loves the tractor and like to ride it with his owner when ever he comes to visit. It is a...

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Mary Chapin Carpenter

She considered music “a hobby”.

September 5, 2016 | 0 Comments

She has five Grammy Awards, four of them for Best Female Country Vocal Performance, she’s sold more than twelve million records and she’s in the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.  Yet Mary Chapin Carpenter considered music a hobby, and planned on getting a “real job” after earning her degree in American Civilization. She considers herself...

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Amazon Testing Shorter Work Weeks

August 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

Amazon has turned several of its employees into guinea pigs by giving some of them shorter work weeks. Less money!...

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John Anderson

Three Decades Strong

August 27, 2016 | 0 Comments

He took odd jobs through the day, and played clubs at night.  He even helped put a new roof on the Grand Ole Opry House, since then he has placed 40 singles on the Billboard Country Music Chart, including five number one hits.   The biggest selling record in the history of Warner Brothers records...

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Ian Tyson

Four Strong Winds

August 20, 2016 | 0 Comments

He is a member of the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame, had his own TV show, is a Member of the Order of Canada,  and his song, “Four Strong Winds” was voted “The Greatest Canadian Song of All Time”.  Yet, Ian Tyson only picked up the guitar while he was recovering from a rodeo...

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Doug Stone

Doug Stone…”Survivor”

August 13, 2016 | 0 Comments

In 1992 his chest pains led to quadruple bypass surgery, in 1994 he had a lump removed from a nostril, in 1995 a heart attack, in 1996 a stroke, and in 2000 he crashed his ultra-light aircraft resulting in broken bones. Yet, through it all, Doug Stone’s drive to record music has never faltered. He...

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Joe Diffie

Singing at the age of four!

August 6, 2016 | 0 Comments

Joe Diffie was born into a musical family, his Dad played guitar and banjo, and his Mom sang.  His Aunt had a Country Music band, and little Joe performed with them, from the age of four. Joe’s life has involved bankruptcy, odd jobs, depression and a divorce.  Through all of this, his music provided strength and...

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Tracy Lawrence

From ironworker to “hit-maker”.

July 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

When it comes to working your way to the top, Tracy Lawrence knows all about it. Lawrence worked as an ironworker and in phone sales, to earn enough money to live, while he wrote songs and played as many dates as he could.  The effort has paid off, with forty singles and eight number one...

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