Ronnie Milsap, Phil Vassar & The Lost Trailers Headline Benefit Concert

Ronnie Milsap, Phil Vassar and The Lost Trailers will headline the fifth annual Dustin J. Wells Gift of Music benefit concert. Scheduled to be held on April 24 at the Wildhorse Saloon in downtown Nashville, all proceeds will benefit Nashville’s W.O. Smith Music School. A select group of students will also perform as well as [...] Read More

GAC’s Top 20 Tailgating Songs

Saturday night on GAC, Keith Anderson and JT Hodges counted down the Top 20 Tailgating Songs, chosen by YOU, the fans! While taping the show, Keith and JT traveled to ”tailgating central,” a.k.a. a stop on Kenny Chesney‘s Goin’ Coastal Tour. If you missed the premiere, click HERE for additional airtimes. Here are the fan-voted Top 20 Tailgating Songs: 20 [...] Read More

GAC to Premiere Top 20 Tailgating Songs & Top 50 Videos of the ’90s

GAC went to the experts – you, the viewers – to help us compile the Top 20 Tailgating Songs and the Top 50 videos of the 90s. Your votes have been counted and the results will be revealed beginning this weekend in two GAC specials, Top 20 Tailgating Songs premiering August 13 at 9/8 CT, [...] Read More

Lady Antebellum Gives Gift of Music to W.O. Smith Music School

If you’re a Lady Antebellum fan (and who isn’t?) and you’re in the Music City area, they’ll be headlining the fourth annual Dustin J. Wells Foundation Gift of Music concert Friday, February 18, at the Wildhorse Saloon in downtown Nashville. Additional special guests will be announced in the coming weeks. All proceeds benefit Nashville’s W. O. Smith Music School and [...] Read More

Darryl Worley Cancer Center To Open

After six years of effort, the Darryl Worley Cancer Center is set to open in Savannah, Tenn., next month. Originally expected to open next year, the facility is located on the grounds at the Hardin Medical Center, allowing people in the area to have radiation and chemotherapy locally instead of driving long distances for their treatments. The cancer center cost $2 million to build, and Darryl has worked with a couple of Hardin County medical agencies to raise $1.7 million toward the project. They hope to have the remainder by the time construction is completed. Read More