Last week, Vince Gill performed a touching tribute to the late Merle Haggard at the Grand Ole Opry. Take a listen and tell us what you think of “A World Without Haggard.” tribute to Merle as Vince Gill perform it live at the Grand Ole Opry. Click on the WETv banner below to view this video now with the compliments of the OPRY, Youtube and WETv.
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Big news for AirplayExpress Superstar Luanne Hunt as her new CD, “Songs From The Valley” has been named, “Classic Country CD of The Year 2016″ by the Rural Roots Music Commission. Luanne’s CD, ‘Songs From The Valley” includes her chart topping single,”Bluer Than The Bluegrass” A Top 20 hit both in the United States and European Country Charts.
“Luanne Hunt is not only one of the best singer/songwriter’s in the Independent Music scene at the moment, but may be one of the most compelling artists in the entirety of it” – Brett David Stewart, Independent Music Spotlight
Recently ‘Bluer Than The Bluegrass” went to #6 On the AirplayExpress Worldwide Top 20 DJ Download Charts and Luanne is currently at #4 with her latest hit on AirplayExpress, “Texas Tears”. Luanne is a big favorite with the Disc Jockeys and loves her fans and above all appreciates the support the Disc Jockeys worldwide have given her and her music.
Wildhorse Entertainment, AirplayExpress and WHISNews21 congratulate Luanne Hunt on receiving this prestigius award and wish her only the best for her and her amazing music career in the future.
To serve others effectively, you must be attuned to what they need. What keeps us from doing that? Assumption. A lady in an airport lounge bought a packet of crackers and sat down to read the newspaper. She heard a rustling noise and looked up to see the man beside her helping himself to the crackers. Not wanting to make a scene, she leaned over and took one herself, hoping he’d get the message. Then she heard more rustling. She couldn’t believe it. The man was helping himself to another cracker! There was only one left! She watched in disbelief as he broke the remaining cracker in two, pushed half across to her, popped the other half in his mouth, and left. She was still furious when her flight was announced. Imagine how she felt when she opened her handbag to get her ticket out—and found her unopened packet of crackers! Now be honest, didn’t you assume the stranger was helping himself to her crackers? Of course you did, and that tells you a lot about yourself! Too often we’re guilty of making assumptions about people and once you put someone in a box, it’s hard to think of them any other way. Do you agree?? Every time a good tailor sees a client, he takes new measurements. He never assumes they’re the same size as they were the last time. That’s a good policy. Never make assumptions about someone’s background, profession, race, gender, age, nationality, politics, faith, or other factors. Once you do, you stop paying attention and miss clues that can help you to know what they really need.