I usually couldn't care less about award shows that aren't strictly for country music, but of course, country artists do get some love in the Grammy's. So here's the categories I (and hopefully you) care about:
I went to bed last night with the assumption that Albert Pujols would be a St. Louis Cardinal by the end of the day today. I woke up to several text messages from "friends" telling me that Pujols had agreed to a deal with the Angels.... Some friends they are, giving me this news. Every indication that I had heard up to this point was that he would remain a St. Louis Cardinal for the rest of his career, which made this even more surprising and hurtful.
Billboard’s Year-End Country Songs Chart 1. “Crazy Girl” – Eli Young Band 2. “Barefoot Blue Jean Night” - Jake Owen 3. “Take A Back Road” - Rodney Atkins 4. “Tomorrow” - Chris Young 5. “You Lie” - The Band Perry 6. “Am I The Only One” – Dierks Bentley 7. “You And Tequila” - Kenny Chesney Featuring Grace Potter 8. “Honey Bee” – Blake Shelton 9. “Just Fishin’” - Trace Adkins 10. “Let Me Down Easy” - Billy Currington
Let me begin by saying that I think New Years resolutions are highly overrated. I mean, why can't people decide to (insert resolution here) in the middle of the year? I guess it's because a lot of us think of our resolutions around October. And, of course, we as a society like to procrastinate on everything, so January 1 just seems like a good time to start these resolutions.