Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum to Open Lee Greenwood Exhibit

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum will honor Lee Greenwood with a special spotlight exhibit. Lee Greenwood: American Patriot will trace Lee’s personal and professional life from his musical childhood in California through his 50-year-career. The exhibit will open May 10 and run through April 25, 2014. Born Melvin Lee Greenwood on October [...] Read More

Lee Greenwood Reacts to “God Bless The USA” Being Banned

Lee Greenwood’s “God Bless the USA” has been banned from a kindergarten graduation. PS 90 principal Greta Hawkins pulled the song because it’s not “age appropriate” according to the NY Post. The song’s opening lyrics, If tomorrow all the things were gone/I’d worked for all my life/And I had to start again/with just my children [...] Read More

GAC Trivia Time: Halloween

The last day of October is more than just an excuse to put on a funny costume. As it turns out, the date has been quite an important one for country music. Here’s a list of some notable events that happened on Halloween, courtesy of RolandNote.com, the ultimate country music database! For more country music [...] Read More