Bryan and Nikki

  • Meet the latest addition to our family!

    Posted by Bryan Scott

    Meet our little friend from our backyard patio...

    My wife posted an interesting question..."What's worse, coming outside and seeing him on our patio...or coming out and NOT seeing him but knowing he's there?"  Did I mention that I HATE SPIDERS!!!!! - Bry

  • LeAnn Rimes scary skinny

    Posted by Nikki Montgomery

    leann rimesLeAnn Rimes is once again defending her weight.

    The country singer was seen (arriving at SiriusXM Radio) in Manhattan wearing a draped dress. The dress actually made her look thinner.

    She said she is sick of defending he weight-- she does not have an eating disorder. LeAnn said she works out, takes care of herself, and isn't over-obsessive in any way.


    *She looks skinnier and skinnier every time I see her. This does not look like she's taking care of herself. This is not healthy! ~ Nikki

  • GAC Day Jobs

    Posted by Nikki Montgomery

    The new GAC series "Day Jobs", premiering Sunday, October 2, sends several of today’s top stars back to the job they had before they made it big.

    Each one-hour episode of "Day Jobs" follows three stars as they work a shift in a variety of jobs ranging from offshore oil rig roughneck to cattle rancher, women’s shoe salesman, pilot and waitress. As they work, they realize just how far they’ve come and how those early jobs helped shaped their life today.

    Every participant agreed to put in a full eight-hour day and some had to undergo additional training. Before Trace Adkins returned to his former job as a roughneck on an offshore oil rig, he had to spend a day in safety training. Joe Nichols had to become certified to drive a forklift before spending a day loading pallets and filling orders in a warehouse.

    Craig Morgan spent the day training with Army soldiers of the 101st Airborne at Ft. Campbell.

  • Zac Brown Band tour dates

    Posted by Nikki Montgomery

    zac brownZac Brown Band have announced tour dates for their upcoming fall headlining tour.

    After a string of stadium shows on Kenny Chesney's Goin Coastal trek, Zac and the band will venture out as headliners for an 11-date run.

    Fellow Georgia artists Sonia Leigh and Nic Cowan will open the shows.  

    (All three acts are set to perform during the highly-anticipated Southern Ground Music and Food Festival, which will be held October 21-23. Eric Church and pop superstar group Train have been recently added to the all-star event, to be held at Blackbaud Stadium in Charleston, S.C.)

    Zac Brown Band Fall 2011 Tour Dates

    Sept. 15 - Boise, Idaho - Taco Bell Arena
    Sept. 16 - Portland, Ore. - Memorial Coliseum
    Sept. 17 - George, Wash. - The Gorge
    Oct. 14 - State College, Pa. - Bryce Jordan Center
    Oct. 15 - Bristow, Va. - Jiffy Lube Live
    Oct. 16 - Virginia Beach, Va. - Farm Bureau Live
    Oct. 21-10/23 - Charleston, S.C. - Southern Ground Music & Food Festival at Blackbaud Stadium
    Oct. 28 - Jacksonville, Fla. - Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
    Oct. 29 - Biloxi, Miss. - Mississippi Coast Coliseum
    Oct. 30 - The Woodlands, Texas - Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
    Nov. 12 - Dallas, Texas - American Airlines Center


    Posted by Bryan Scott

    “MARTY McFLY’S” NIKE’S ARE FOR SALE! You may have heard by now that Nike has made 15-hundred pairs of the shoes that Michael J. Fox’s character, “Marty McFly,” wore in Back to the Future II, called theNike Mag

    They’re being auctioned off on eBay to raise money to benefit the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, and they’re going for astonishing amounts of money.  According to The Hollywood Reporter, the very first pair auctioned went for 37,500 bucks, and some have even topped that.  Bid on your pair now on eBay.

  • Travis Tritt pulls out of benefit concert

    Posted by Nikki Montgomery

    travis trittTravis Tritt pulled out of Sunday's benefit concert for Missouri tornado relief because his expenses would have been covered by donations.

    Tritt said on his Facebook page he did not feel right about taking money people had chipped in to help people affected by the twisters that struck Joplin this spring.

    Travis wrote:  "It is inappropriate and wrong to take contributions that were given to help victims of the tornadoes and use that money for any other purpose. I was not aware nor would I have even contemplated accepting the city's offer had I known where the money was coming from."

    Tritt added that Joplin officials had told his agents they hoped to cover the donations spent on the concert with funds from sponsors. The singer said "hope is not good enough for me."