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May 18, 2005
Entertainer: Kenny Chesney. Male vocalist: Keith Urban. Female vocalist: Gretchen Wilson. New artist: Gretchen Wilson. Single: "Live Like You Were Dying," Tim McGraw. Song: "Live Like You Were Dying," Tim McGraw, writers Craig Wiseman and Tim Nichols. Album: "Be Here," Keith Urban. Vocal group: Rascal Flatts. Vocal duo: Brooks & Dunn. Vocal event: "Whiskey Lullaby," Brad Paisley (featuring Alison Krauss). Video: "Whiskey Lullaby," Brad Paisley (featuring Alison Krauss)
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September 17, 2008
The Hagerstown Community College Alumni Association will host the U.S. Navy Country Current as part of its annual Red, White and Blue Summer Concert Series on Sunday, Sept. 28, at 4 p.m., in HCC's Alumni Amphitheater. The Country Current is a seven-member country-bluegrass ensemble originally formed in 1973 under the leadership of banjo player Bill Emerson. The group is under the direction of banjo instrumentalist Chief Musician Keith M. Arneson. In support of Navy recruiting, the Country Current tours the United States each year and has performed alongside a host of country artists including Brooks and Dunn, Charlie Daniels, Vince Gill, Toby Keith, Alison Krauss, Boots Randolph the Statler Brothers and many others.
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May 24, 2011
The Hagerstown Community College Alumni Association will host the U.S. Navy Country Current as part of its annual Red, White and Blue Summer Concert Series, on Wednesday, June 1, at 6:30 p.m., in HCC's Alumni Amphitheater. The Country Current is a seven-member country-bluegrass ensemble originally formed in 1973 under the leadership of banjo player Bill Emerson. The group is under the direction of banjoist Senior Chief Musician Keith M. Arneson. In support of Navy recruiting, the group tours the United States each year and has performed alongside a host of country artists including Brooks and Dunn, Charlie Daniels, Vince Gill, Toby Keith, Alison Krauss, Boots Randolph and the Statler Brothers.
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July 12, 2007
Every week in Loop, we'll highlight concerts and events happening in the Washington/Baltimore area. Merriweather Post Pavillion Go to Ticketmaster.com for more information. Vans Warped Tour featuring Coheed and Cambria, New Found Glory, Bad Religion and others Wednesday, July 25 11 a.m. $29.75 Sunday in the Country withTrace Adkins, Sara Evans, Phil Vassar, Terri Clark, Mark Wills and Jake Owen Sunday, July 29 11 a.m. $35 to $75 Marilyn Manson and Slayer with Bleeding Through Monday, July 30 7 p.m. $30 and $45 Alison Krauss and Union Station featuring Jerry Douglas Saturday, Aug. 11 8 p.m. $30 to $75 O.A.R.
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BY SARAH MULLIN | March 4, 2002
Martinsburg, W.Va. - A country music singer and songwriter who grew up in Martinsburg, W.Va., walked away from the 44th annual Grammy Awards with the Country Song of the Year award. It was "way over the top," Robert Lee Castleman said. "You do this all of your life and this is one of the things you aspire to but never expect. " The 49-year-old artist wrote the honored song, "The Lucky One," years ago. He said a friend of his gave him an old tape they had recorded years earlier and "The Lucky One" was on it. "I had forgot about it," Castleman said.
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By NATALIE BRANDON | July 2, 2009
Dogfoot will perform at this weekend's July 4 Celebration at Byron Memorial Park in Williamsport. The band is scheduled to begin playing at 1 p.m. The husband-and-wife duo of Maya and Todd Haines have been playing together for the past three years. They will celebrate their three-year wedding anniversary in September. "Our name is a tribute to our animals," Maya Haines said when reached by phone this week. The couple has adopted a number of dogs from the Humane Society of Washington County.
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BY KATE COLEMAN | May 11, 2002
katec@herald-mail.com Comin' On Country is a band that got together in the mid-1970s, playing in Tri-State area clubs and bars for about eight years. Some of the members got back together and played at The Gateway Seafood House on New Year's Eve. They plan another reunion concert on Sunday, May 19 - this time to help one of their own. Rick Hannon, who played guitar with the band, was diagnosed with lung cancer a little more than two years ago. He's had 27 months of radiation and chemotherapy and said he's tolerated the treatment well.
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May 24, 2011
The Hagerstown Community College Alumni Association will host the U.S. Navy Country Current as part of its annual Red, White and Blue Summer Concert Series, on Wednesday, June 1, at 6:30 p.m., in HCC's Alumni Amphitheater. The Country Current is a seven-member country-bluegrass ensemble originally formed in 1973 under the leadership of banjo player Bill Emerson. The group is under the direction of banjoist Senior Chief Musician Keith M. Arneson. In support of Navy recruiting, the group tours the United States each year and has performed alongside a host of country artists including Brooks and Dunn, Charlie Daniels, Vince Gill, Toby Keith, Alison Krauss, Boots Randolph and the Statler Brothers.
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By NATALIE BRANDON | July 2, 2009
Dogfoot will perform at this weekend's July 4 Celebration at Byron Memorial Park in Williamsport. The band is scheduled to begin playing at 1 p.m. The husband-and-wife duo of Maya and Todd Haines have been playing together for the past three years. They will celebrate their three-year wedding anniversary in September. "Our name is a tribute to our animals," Maya Haines said when reached by phone this week. The couple has adopted a number of dogs from the Humane Society of Washington County.
NEWS
September 17, 2008
The Hagerstown Community College Alumni Association will host the U.S. Navy Country Current as part of its annual Red, White and Blue Summer Concert Series on Sunday, Sept. 28, at 4 p.m., in HCC's Alumni Amphitheater. The Country Current is a seven-member country-bluegrass ensemble originally formed in 1973 under the leadership of banjo player Bill Emerson. The group is under the direction of banjo instrumentalist Chief Musician Keith M. Arneson. In support of Navy recruiting, the Country Current tours the United States each year and has performed alongside a host of country artists including Brooks and Dunn, Charlie Daniels, Vince Gill, Toby Keith, Alison Krauss, Boots Randolph the Statler Brothers and many others.
NEWS
August 3, 2007
Every week in Loop, we'll highlight concerts and events happening in the Washington/Baltimore area. Merriweather Post Pavilion Go to Ticketmaster.com for more information Alison Krauss and Union Station featuring Jerry Douglas Saturday, Aug. 11 8 p.m. $30 to $75 O.A.R. with Augustana Friday, Aug. 17 7:30 p.m. $30 and $38 Hinder with Papa Roach and Buckcherry Saturday, Aug. 25 7 p.m. $20 and $35 Kenny Chesney with Pat Green and Sugarland Sunday, Aug. 26 7 p.m. $40.75 and $78.75 Willie Nelson with Merle Haggard and Ray Price Thursday, Sept.
NEWS
May 18, 2005
Entertainer: Kenny Chesney. Male vocalist: Keith Urban. Female vocalist: Gretchen Wilson. New artist: Gretchen Wilson. Single: "Live Like You Were Dying," Tim McGraw. Song: "Live Like You Were Dying," Tim McGraw, writers Craig Wiseman and Tim Nichols. Album: "Be Here," Keith Urban. Vocal group: Rascal Flatts. Vocal duo: Brooks & Dunn. Vocal event: "Whiskey Lullaby," Brad Paisley (featuring Alison Krauss). Video: "Whiskey Lullaby," Brad Paisley (featuring Alison Krauss)
NEWS
BY KATE COLEMAN | May 11, 2002
katec@herald-mail.com Comin' On Country is a band that got together in the mid-1970s, playing in Tri-State area clubs and bars for about eight years. Some of the members got back together and played at The Gateway Seafood House on New Year's Eve. They plan another reunion concert on Sunday, May 19 - this time to help one of their own. Rick Hannon, who played guitar with the band, was diagnosed with lung cancer a little more than two years ago. He's had 27 months of radiation and chemotherapy and said he's tolerated the treatment well.
NEWS
BY SARAH MULLIN | March 4, 2002
Martinsburg, W.Va. - A country music singer and songwriter who grew up in Martinsburg, W.Va., walked away from the 44th annual Grammy Awards with the Country Song of the Year award. It was "way over the top," Robert Lee Castleman said. "You do this all of your life and this is one of the things you aspire to but never expect. " The 49-year-old artist wrote the honored song, "The Lucky One," years ago. He said a friend of his gave him an old tape they had recorded years earlier and "The Lucky One" was on it. "I had forgot about it," Castleman said.
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