Top 10 Country Albums Every Country Music Fan Must Have

I am happy to see the show brought back by the CW. The new cast of Beverly Hills, 90210, stars Shenae Grimes, Tristan Wilds, AnnaLynne McCord, Dustin Milligan, Ryan Eggold, Jessica Stroup, Micheal Steger, Jessica Lowd, Lori Loughlin, Rob Estes, Jennie Garth, and Shannen Doherty. I certainly am super happy that the two original cast members Doherty and Garth are in ear monitors molded the new show. I really, really think it is necessary to bring back Tori Spelling. Why you ask? Well of course it is because her father, Aaron Spelling, produced the show with his company Spelling Television. Plus, you gotta love Tori!

If you use the main bar it will be difficult to charge an entrance fee as people with no interest in the music will want to enter. A separate room also makes it easier for you to make sure that people keep quiet while the best in-ear monitors for live performance are performing.

But before I start sounding too creepy, let me explain. When I was in ear monitors college I had a lot of free time in between my classes. And, like almost every other college student, I always carried my ipod with me so that whenever I was alone, I had some way of helping me pass the time. Because I went to school in Santa Barbara, which is pretty much a utopian society (the freshmen orientation issue of the university's daily newspaper described school there as a "nine month vacation"), the best places to hang out between classes were outside. So, I had many pleasant afternoons where I would sit on some grass, listen to some music, and watch people while I waited for my next class.

Alison Krauss and Union Station released a gold certified album in 2004. It was called "Lonely Runs Both Ways". Alison also performed a duet with Brad Paisley on his album "Mud on the Tires". The single "Whiskey Lullaby" was quite ranked in the top fifty of the Billboard Hot 100, and the top 5 of the Hot Country Songs. It also won the Country Music Association Award for Best Musical Event, and Best feedback music of the Year.

Dance Little Liar- Moving back to the haunting quality that is found in most of the Humbug songs, this song has a wavering, madness type of melody that makes the viewer want to shake their head drunkenly side to side. The tone of the voice is anger at a girlfriend that Alex has broken up with. The words have an almost Gothic level of darkness and the way Alex Turner sings it makes you feel like humming it when feeling down.