Country Stars to Perform at Willie’s Tribute Concert
George Strait, Vince Gill, Kris Kristofferson, Lee Ann Womack, Sheryl Crow
and More to Perform at Willie Nelson Tribute Concert
An all-star cast of performers will hit the stage to pay tribute to country icon Willie Nelson at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on Jan. 12.
The tribute concert—Willie: Life & Songs of an American Outlaw—will feature performances by Alison Krauss, The Avett Brothers, George Strait, Jack Johnson, John Mellencamp, Kris Kristofferson, Lee Ann Womack, Lyle Lovett, Norah Jones and The Little Willies, Sheryl Crow, Susan Tedeschi & Derek Trucks, and Vince Gill. Additional artists will be announced in the coming weeks. Willie is also set to take the stage.
The event will honor Willie and feature some of his greatest hits performed by today’s biggest musical stars. The concert will be televised on A&E at a later date in 2019.
Tom Pallardy & the O*M*G! Band (Old Music Guys)
Don’t Be Fooled by the Name “The Old Music Guys” This Band is right up there with the Best
Tom Pallardy and the OMG Band (Old Music Guys) recently performed to a sold out crowd at Lucy’s BARge, at Lucy’s Branch Marina in Athens, Alabama. Tom and the group started rocking the barge from sunset with a variety of music which lasted way into the night. It was clear while the band performed their last number that everyone come out and enjoyed the fun and the great music! No one at Lucy’s BARge was ready to go when Tom and the OMG Band finished up but as we sadly know at most venues when the times up the times up.
Tom Pallardy: Originally from St. Louis, Missouri, Tom moved to Nashville in 1975 and now loves living in Town Creek, Alabama. In Music City he owned and operated a demo recording studio called Top Tracks and a music arranging company called T.P. Productions where he transcribed music for copyrighting by major artists and publishers. Since the age of 12, Tom has performed or recorded on saxophone, flute, keyboards and vocals professionally throughout the world with a wide variety of artists, including: Chuck Berry, Ike & Tina Turner, The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Percy Sledge, Rufus Thomas, The Coasters, The Boxtops, Vern Gosdin, Johnny Rodriguez, George Jones, Donna Fargo, Helen Cornelius, Stella Parton, Clifford Curry, Tony Joe White, The Dixie Cups & Frankie Ford. His original songs have been recorded by Mel Tillis, Nancy Sinatra, Frankie Ford and many others.
Ernie Norton (Lead/Rhythm Guitar & Vocals) resides in Town Creek, Alabama. He’s been playing guitar (and other instruments), singing smooth vocals, producing demos and doing sound for many bands and shows for 63 years. He’s been part of the “Musical Explosion” at Athens Bible School and has played in area bands as diverse as The Cadillacs Band (Florence), Purple Sage (Rogersville), Replay The Band (Decatur), The Bama Cruisers (Shoals) and The Grace Notes.
Philip Hughes (Bass Guitar/Vocals) lives in Decatur, Alabama and is in demand as a session musician and performer in countless bands of various genres throughout the state. He’s played with Jeff Cook of Alabama; Sister Luck and The Sophisticated Swingers (Decatur); Silvery Moon Band and The Party All Stars (Huntsville); Bottom Dollar Band (Somerville); Hutch Edwards Project and Trey Lewis (Birmingham); Horizon (Cullman) and Lisa Busler (Montgomery), just to name a few.
Mitch Rigel (Drums), formerly of the Shoals, now calls Decatur home. He has been a freelance drummer and educator in the Shoals and North Alabama area for 40 years. He has played with Gary Rossington & The Lynyrd Skynyrd Tribute Tour as well as the Shoals Big Band, The Edd Jones Orchestra (Birmingham), Guy Lombardo, Sammy Kaye, Jan Garber and Don Glaisser. He also does demo sessions and performs with the Silvery Moon Band and Moondust (Huntsville) and Sister Luck and The Sophisticated Swingers (Decatur).
Randy Fowler (Lead Guitar & Vocals) hails from Southern Middle Tennessee and has been playing guitar and doing demo recording sessions for 39 years. Besides being a part of the house band on the musical variety show “The Country Shindig” for 25 years, he’s been performing lead guitar and vocals in the show group “Showdown”, along with well-known Elvis impersonator Michael Dean, in the Shoals area since 2000.
For bookings, contact Tom Pallardy at email@example.com or call cell# 615-878-6808.
The Live in the Vineyard staff wasn’t exaggerating when they said guests would be spoiled during the 2018 event. True to their word, the 10th annual event was packed with incredible live music, delectable dishes and savory wine, all taking place at a handful of stunning vineyards in the Napa Valley region. The milestone weekend highlighted singer-songwriters when the likes of Jason Mraz, Jewel and Matt Nathanson converged with country stars Cassadee Pope, LOCASH, Clare Dunn, Maggie Rose and more for stripped down versions of their most notable songs, all set amongst the eloquent scenery of Napa Valley. Here are six of the most memorable moments we experienced at the 10th installment of Live in the Vineyard.
Maggie Rose; Photo Credit: Will Bucquoy-Live In The Vineyard
The party got started long before we landed in Napa, thanks to Maggie Rose and Southwest’s Live at 35 program. Rose turned the 175-seat aircraft into an intimate concert venue with her solid acoustic production. The 35,000-foot altitude didn’t inhibit her remarkable voice, which left quite an impression on her fellow passengers as she belted out “Pull You Through” and “I’m Yours” off her new album Change the Whole Thing. She’s got soul running through her veins and her voice captures that like no other in country music.
LOCASH; Photo Credit: Will Bucquoy-Live In The Vineyard
Country Music Meets Napa
It was a singer-songwriter edition after all, and country music artists are among the best. LOCASH, Clare Dunn and Lucas Hoge all used their showcases at Brasswood Cellars to create a personal atmosphere with their best cuts and covers. LOCASH shared a smooth rendition of TLC’s “Waterfalls” along with a new song off their upcoming album titled “Beers to Catch Up On.” Dunn enthralled the crowd with her interpretation of Bob Dylan’s “Make You Feel My Love,” and Hoge really brought the country feel with “Dirty South.” Less than 24 hours later, Tegan Marie, Haley & Michaels and Tyler Rich brought their spirits to the beautiful meadow of Chappellet Winery. The crowd was enamored by Marie’s youthful charm, while the husband and wife duo of Shannon Haley and Ryan Michaels were glowing with their original wedding song “Giving It All (To You),” before Rich blended his California pride and country sound with songs “California Grown” and rising hit “The Difference.”
Michael Franti; Photo Credit: Will Bucquoy-Live In The Vineyard
You know his radio hit “Say Hey (I Love You),” but Franti’s soul goes even deeper than that. From the moment he took the stage at Vista Collina, Franti brought all the feel-good vibes. Between his “Stay Human” conviction and uplifting songs like “The Sound of Sunshine,” Franti was a positive force of energy that permeated into the crowd. He took this one step further by going into the crowd on multiple occasions, engaging with attendees and making them feel like a part of the show. He left his soul on the stage with a duet with Victoria Canal on “Flower in the Gun,” a hopeful message in response to gun violence in America. “May optimism always win,” he said. It’s a notion we can all stand behind.
Jewel; Photo credit: Will Bucquoy-Live In The Vineyard
While each performer was noteworthy, Jewel provided one of the most captivating performances of the four-day event. The singer balanced a well-rounded set of signature hits like “Standing Still” and “You Were Meant For Me” with powerful new songs she penned after being inspired by her family and the young people struggling with mental health that she works with through her Never Broken Foundation. Between sharing the harrowing story of how her grandmother emigrated to the United States and traveled more than 200 miles on foot with a baby on her back, to showcasing her wide-ranging voice (which sounds like three singers in one), Jewel left the audience mesmerized and wanting more.
Patrick Droney; Photo Credit: Will Bucquoy-Live In The Vineyard
Live in the Vineyard offers ample opportunity to see promising up and coming stars, and there were several on display in Napa. Ingrid Andress is a star in the making, one country music fans are bound to be invigorated by when they hear “More Hearts Than Mine,” a moving ballad that left many broken hearts at Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars. William Prince also had listeners in awe of his stunning songwriting, while Andreas Moss inspired the Lincoln Theatre with his striking voice and honest storytelling. Nashville-based Patrick Droney also proved to be an undeniable talent on guitar, paired with mystifying vocals.
Rachel Reinert; Photo Credit: Will Bucquoy-Live In The Vineyard
There’s nothing quite like the beauty of Napa Valley. The sweeping landscapes and awe-inspiring mountains that surround the vineyards made for a truly remarkable backdrop. Watching the artists interpret their songs amidst such a serene atmosphere gave new them new meaning – and the divine wine wasn’t a bad touch either.
Garth Brooks Announces Multi-Year Stadium Tour
When Garth Brooks Does Something, He Does It Big
Fresh off his 3 year USA tour Garth already mapped out plans for another major tour
During a press conference on Wednesday morning (10/17) at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, the singer revealed his plans to visit approximately 30 stadiums across the U.S., with 10 to 12 stops a year. The first two stops of the tour will take place in St. Louis, Mo., and Glendale, Ariz., though no official details were released.
“I wanted to call it the ‘big ass stadium tour’, but they voted me down on that one,” joked the iconic singer. “This is the most time I’ve ever put into anything … All the logistics of it is a step up for me.”
While specifics weren’t given during the press conference, Brooks did say that the first five dates of the tour would be announced before Christmas (Sounds Like Nashville will update with the dates as they become available). The tour announcement comes just days before Brooks is slated to take the stage for the first-ever concert inside of Notre Dame Stadium, scheduled for Oct. 20. The concert, Brooks revealed, will be part of a television special airing on CBS on December 2 (8:00PM-10:00PM, ET/PT) .
“After the sellout, I thought it could not get any more exciting than this,” said Brooks in a press release. “Then, CBS calls and in an instant, the show becomes bigger. This changes everything.” “We have an amazing history with Garth….we’ve partnered with him at some extraordinary venues: from the enormity of an aircraft carrier, to the intimacy of his one-man show in Las Vegas,” added Jack Sussman, Executive Vice President, Music, Specials & Live Events. “Now, we are joining forces to bring viewers Garth at his best – a full blown stadium-sized event for television from renowned Notre Dame Stadium. Garth Brooks. Notre Dame. Two icons. One night. It will be a television event to remember.”
The unprecedented show is just one of the major milestones “The Thunder Rolls” singer has accomplished during his superstardom. Brooks is the first artist in history to receive seven Diamond Awards for seven albums selling more than 10 million copies each. More recently, the singer announced plans to release Part III of his five-part Anthology series, which encompasses his vastly accomplished career.
Luke Bryan Jason Aldean Sam Hunt to Headline Stagecoach 2019
Tickets to 2019 Stagecoach Festival on sale Friday Oct 19 at stagecoachfestival.com.
The 2019 Stagecoach Festival returns with a star-studded lineup from April 26-28, 2019. Returning to the Empire Polo Fields in Indio, CA the three-day festival will feature headliners Luke Bryan, Sam Hunt and Jason Aldean. “I always get fired up when I see Stagecoach as one of my stops on tour. This crowd never lets me down,” shared Bryan, who will perform during night one, in a press release. Added Hunt, “Stagecoach is hands down one of the best country music festivals around. We’ve been looking forward to coming back for three years. Can’t wait!”
“Headlining Stagecoach always feels like a bucket list show for me,” shared Aldean, who closes out
the festival. “You can’t beat looking out at the sea of fans with that California backdrop.”
In addition to the superstar headliners will be special performances from Cole Swindell, Luke Combs, Old Dominion, Kane Brown, Cam, Lauren Alaina and many more (see the full lineup below).
The festival will also see the return of Guy’s Stagecoach Smokehouse, featuring some of the country’s best BBQ vendors and pit bosses. Stagecoach will also feature the SiriusXM Spotlight Stage, highlighting some of country music’s brightest new acts. Special artisans will call the festival home when Nikki Lane’s Stage Stop Marketplace sets up camp on the festival groups.
Tickets to the 2019 Stagecoach Festival go on sale beginning Friday, Oct. 19 at 11 a.m. PST at stagecoachfestival.com.
3-Day General Admission $349
3-Day General Admission/Shuttle Combo $409
3-Day Corral Standing Pit $1,399
3-Day Corral C1 Reserved Seating $1,399
3-Day Corral C2 Reserved Seating $899
**Prices as of the October 19 sale
The STAGECOACH 2019 line up (in alphabetical order) is as follows:
Jessie James Decker
The Wild Feathers
Garth Brooks Sells Over 84,000 Tickets in Less Than 3 Hours for Notre Dame Show
Tickets for Garth Brooks’ first-ever concert at Notre Dame Stadium went on sale at 10 a.m. ET on Sept. 14. Less than three hours later, more than 84,000 tickets have been sold for $98.95, which is more than $8 million. “Just when you think you have seen it all as an entertainer, today happens,” said Garth. “I can’t wait to see all of you in October.” Garth’s concert will take place on Saturday, Oct. 20 at 7 p.m. ET.
Rose Angelica From the 2018 Dean Martin Festival
The Dean Martin Festival Committee has donated over $100,000 in the past 20 years
to local charities and to high schools for The Dean Martin Music Scholarships
STEUBENVILLE – Patrons at the Spot Bar took turns impersonating the King of Cool Thursday night for the start of Steubenville’s 20th-annual Dean Martin Festival, one of the city’s favorite yearly events. Steubenville, Ohio, may be known as the City of Murals, but its other great claim to fame may be bragging rights as the birthplace of legendary singer and actor Dean Martin.
Each year, for three days in the middle of June, thousands of visitors descend on Steubenville for a festival of films, memorabilia, concerts, food, a parade and more. Celebrate the life of the “King of Cool” along the banks of the Ohio River and recall the golden days of Hollywood
Every year in Dino’s hometown of Steubenville, Ohio his life and music is celebrated. Country Music Singer Rose Angelica has been chairman of The Dean Martin Festival for 21 years. “We have had many celebrities and family members here , “
Rose said. “The Fans are the best and have attended from all over the world.” All money raised goes to The Dean Martin Music Scholarship at Steubenville High School, where Dino learned to play the drums, sing and dance.
Dino loved Country Music and sang it on his show every week and in his concerts. His last album was recorded in Nashville and titled The Nashville Sessions. Dean Martin was the only entertainer to have a hit record, movie and tv show out all at the same time. Not even Elvis or Sinatra achieved this. In 1964 he knocked the Beatles out of the #1 spot with Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime.
Dino recorded 33 albums and made 51 movies. His favorite was Westerns. Dino Crocetti, the son of Italian immigrants, started his entertainment career singing in Steubenville and other Ohio nightclubs.
Pictured to the left are: Elvis Jr, Pat Benti. John Griffeth, Russ Loniello, having a good time at the festival
This eventually led to his name change to Dean Martin, and a successful six-decade career as a singer and actor in New York City, Hollywood and Vegas. In 1996, Steubenville Mayor Domenick Mucci assembled the Dean Martin Committee, led by Dean’s daughter Deana and her husband John Griffeth, with the purpose of establishing an annual festival in honor of the entertainer.
Pictured to the right are Actor Lou Martini Jr & Joe DiAlbert who had the pleasure of kick off the festival. Throughout the festival, memorabilia are on display in the Dean Martin Room of the Jefferson County Historical Museum and Library.
Today, the Dean Martin Festival benefits the Dean Martin Scholarship Funds for local high school students pursuing music and the arts. Other occasional events include a film festival, Dino’s Father’s Day Buffet, and the Dean Martin Horse Race at Mountaineer Racetrack and Gaming Resort (mtrgaming.com).
Some of the highlights of the festival included Deana Martin who put up am amazing show as she performed her Dad’s songs and stories much to the delight of the audience. Some history of the festival that some don’t know, Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin performed in the Steubenville parade way back in 1950.
Dino’s 100th Birthday celebration this year will be remembered for the next 100 years for it really was extra special this year, thanks to all who attended.
Dino Crocetti was born on June 7, 1917 in Steubenville, Ohio.
He died on December 25, 1995 in Beverly Hills, California
Dierks Bentley Signs on Rising Country for Seven Peaks Festival
“If nobody else comes, I’m going to have fun,” said Bentley. “That’s the goal
When Dierks Bentley set out to create his own music festival, he pulled from his own influences and experiences in hopes of creating a one-of-a-kind function for fans. Combining his passions for country music and Americana, the Arizona native put together the Seven Peaks Music Festival, which will take over Buena Vista, Colorado, this Labor Day Weekend.
While Bentley has signed on big-name acts including Miranda Lambert, Brothers Osborne, Dan + Shay, Del McCoury and more, the singer also enlisted the help of some of the brightest new acts coming out of Nashville.
Taking the festival’s Whiskey Row Stage will be Abby Anderson, Boy Named Banjo, Brown & Gray, Cody Canada, Dillon Carmichael, Travis Denning, Walker McGuire, Mipso and Rapidgrass. The lineup has Bentley so pumped, that he plans on taking the stage himself throughout the three-day festival. “I’m curious to see how I’m going to hold up because I’m planning on doing all the stuff during the day and then jumping up on a lot of the stages, including the Whiskey Row stage,” Bentley shared with PEOPLE. “I also wanna jam and hang out with the campers at the campground and try to get some sort of festival jam session tradition started.”
The prospect of running his own festival is something Bentley is increasingly passionate about, especially when it comes to recruiting his favorite artists for the lineup. While the performers cross boundary lines, the “Woman, Amen” singer is excited to share his interests with fans.
“If nobody else comes, I’m going to have fun,” said Bentley. “That’s the goal — just me having fun and doing something really personal that has meaning for me.” Dierks
Bentley’s Seven Peaks Music Festival will feature Miranda Lambert, Brothers Osborne, Sam Bush, Dan + Shay, Elle King, LANCO, Del McCoury, Lucie Silvas, The Cadillac Three and Kiefer Sutherland. The festival will kick-off with Hot Country Night, featuring Clint Black, Sawyer Brown, Terri Clark, David Lee Murphy and special guests, Bentley’s own Hot Country Knights.
5 Coolest things at Taylor Swift’s Reputation tour stop, Nashville
Taylor Swift brought her “Reputation Tour” to Nashville last night…with a bang. The gloriously over-the-top opus included stadium-sized screens, fireworks and pyro, light-up wristbands and, of course, Taylor. From start to finish the superstar singer danced, played and grinned her way across stage—and through the crowd—without ever missing a beat. Whether she was getting sultry and serpentine for the reputation lead single “Look What You Made Me Do,” or throwing it back to her early days with dreamy performances of “Love Story” and “You Belong With Me,” Swift dominated every moment of the unforgettable night. The old Taylor may be dead, but we’re obsessed with whoever that was on stage (and let’s be real—she was both old and new Taylor). It was hard to narrow down, but take a look at five of the most memorable things we saw at the show. Are you ready for it?
The Mash-Ups: While Taylor stayed true to her touring philosophy and played mostly songs from her newest album (reputation)—14 to be specific—she peppered in a handful of beloved classics…with a twist. Showcasing her evolution as an artist, she mashed up hits from her past with the current tracks. “Long Live,” from her 2010 album Speak Now, morphed into reputation’s straight-to-country radio single New Year’s Day. The breakup bop “We Are Never Getting Back Together” (from 2012’s Red), played into one of the night’s most incredible moments—the finale, which featured Swift dancing in a fountain under an incredible fireworks display as she dripped sass and spunk performing “This is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things” from the new LP.
The Hype Woman: Charlie XCX held her own when she kicked off the show with crowd-favorites like “Boom Clap” and “I Love It,” but it was second act Camila Cabello that served as the real ringleader for the night. Dancing across the stage to hits like “Never Be the Same” and “Havana,” Cabello took her time hyping up the audience about the Taylor Swift show that was about to begin. She played coy, asking if the rumors that Taylor fans were the loudest were true—eliciting an enormous response from the crowd, and she gushed about the headliner repeatedly throughout the set. And her enthusiasm was genuine. Prior to joining the “Reputation Tour” (and becoming a member of T-Swift’s ever-evolving friend squad), Cabello herself was a fan. “If you would have told me this was going to happen when I was 14 or 15 years old…” she said to the crowd with a huge smile. (Swift would later bring both openers out to join her for “Shake It Off.”)
Nashville Love: Swift was visibly overcome with emotion when talking about her adopted hometown of Nashville. The singer came to town looking for a record deal as a pre-teen, and famously had her mom drive her up and down Music Row with “a CD of me singing karaoke songs, going into record labels saying, ‘Hi, I’m Taylor. I’m 11. Give me a record deal!’” Swift talked about growing up in the Nashville music industry, thanking the songwriters who gave her a chance despite her age, and gushed with pride that the rest of the country was finally seeing what the rest of us had all along—that “Nashville is just the best place in the world.” She also recounted attending CMA Fest with her mom when she was 13, sharing that she thought Nissan Stadium was “just the biggest stadium ever, and tonight is my first time headlining this stadium. This means so much to me. This is our hometown show.” And the hometown crowd went wild.
Better Man: One of Swift’s biggest hits of the past few years was one she penned but didn’t sing: “Better Man” was the lead single from Little Big Town’s 2017 album The Breaker, and earned a Grammy for Best Country Duo or Group Performance as well Song of the Year at the CMA Awards—Swift’s first CMA ever. While performing on one of two back-of-stadium satellite stages, the singer donned her guitar and told the crowd how proud she was of the song and LBT’s success with it before launching into an acoustic version of the love-gone-wrong song. It was a quiet moment in the show that spoke volumes about Swift’s talent, not just as an artist, but as a musician and a songwriter.
Taylor Swift: By now, it should come as no shock that Taylor Swift knows how to put on a show. For her first stadium tour, Swift pulled out all the stops. But despite the enormity of the production, Swift somehow managed to make each moment feel intimate and each song feel new. The atomic energy of the crowd was reflected back by the singer ten-fold as she grinned and laughed and sparkled as brightly as her costumes (there were eight of those, btw). Swift never seems happier than when she’s singing for her fans, and this show was no exception. With each tour the singer proves herself to be one of the best—if not the best—live entertainers in the music industry. Her evolution from a sweet, guitar-slinging country singer to sultry, confident superstar is evident in every dance step, note and moment of the “Reputation Tour.” And we are here for it.
Nashville Reveals 16-Song Track List for Final Soundtrack
Nashville will close its final chapter on July 26 when its finale episode airs on CMT.
At long last, fans will see if their favorite characters get their happy endings as their stories conclude after six tumultuous seasons.
With that, the series as compiled a massive soundtrack featuring 16 songs about love, life and Music City on The Music of Nashville, Season 6 Volume 2. To put their stamp on the show, many of the show’s cast contributed both songwriting credits and vocals to the compilation, combining both their on-screen and off-screen personas. Additionally, some of Nashville’s finest songwriters also contributed to the project, including Maren Morris and Ashley Monroe.
Since the show debuted in 2012, 12 soundtracks have been released, featuring many an favorite songs from throughout the seasons. The releases have resulted in more than one million albums sold and nearly 400 million streams.
The Music of Nashville, Season 6 Volume 2 is set for release on July 27.
The Music of Nashville, Season 6 Volume 2 Track List
1. “When You Came Along” | Clare Bowen, Jake Etheridge Written by Clare Bowen, Jake Etheridge, Brandon Young
2. “The Giver” | Jonathan Jackson Written by Jill Andrews, K.S. Rhoads
3. “Let Love In” | Rhiannon Giddens Written by Rhiannon Giddens, Dirk Powell
4. “Sorry Now” | Rainee Blake Written by Jill Andrews, Trent Dabbs
5. “Go” | Rainee Blake, Chris Carmack, Jonathan Jackson, Sam Palladio Written by Tim Lauer, Micah Wilshire, Ricky Young
6. “Without Warning” | Maisy Stella Written by Kevin Griffin, Lennon Stella, Marylynne Stella
7. “Love Goes On” | Ilse DeLange Written by Ilse DeLange
8. “I’ll Waltz You Home” | Ronny Cox Written by Ronny Cox, Howard Russell Smith
9. “Going Electric” | Sam Palladio Written by Jabe Beyer, Trent Dabbs, Sam Palladio
10. “Bring Me An Angel” | Jake Etheridge Written by Jake Etheridge
11. “Little Fire” | Lennon Stella Written by Sarah Buxton, Lennon Stella, Kate York
12. “Itty Bitty Ditty” | Charles Esten Written by Charles Esten
13. “My Turn” | Chris Carmack Written by Chris Gelbuda, Maren Morris
14. “Love Can Hold It All” | Lennon Stella, Maisy Stella Written by Peter Groenwald, Tim Lauer, Lauren Strahm
15. “Free” | Hayden Panettiere Written by Jill Andrews, K.S. Rhoads
16. “A Life That’s Good” | Nashville Cast Written by Ashley Monroe, Sarah Siskind