Country hitmaker Tracy Lawrence set a Billboard record in 2007 with “Find Out Who Your Friends Are.” Released nearly a year earlier, the single set a record for the slowest climbing hit on the country music charts and the second slowest on any Billboard singles chart.
You would think a guy like Lou Ferrigno, who has played a big role in the lives of three generations of television, movie and comic fans, might get weary of dragging his hulking self to events where he must shake hands, accept hugs and even generate a few tears by his mere appearance.
Galliano-based carpenter Geordie Adams made T-shirts for he and his helpers many moons ago. On the back, the shirts listed all of the things that he and his team are capable of building.
Blend the works of the Bard of Avon, the antics of The Three Stooges and Monty Python and add a shot of Cajun hot sauce and you’ve got the Thibodaux Playhouse’s latest offering: “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged).”
Thomas Rhett’s single “1994” – a Jason Aldean hit off his “Night Train” CD – may have catapulted Joe Diffie to the forefront for some, but the crooner sees it differently.