Friday Night Music Open Thread

The actress/model in this video is Shawn Marie Deering. She has eyes to die for.

The young lady in the video below is Lacey Buchanan-Owen. She did two Jake Owen videos then became Mrs. Jake Owen and then became his baby-mama. Sounds like a happy ending for everyone.

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I was born and raised in a different country - America. I don't know what this place is.
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42 Responses to Friday Night Music Open Thread

  1. The Klown says:

    There really should be a reference for commercials and videos identifying the people performing therein.

  2. The Klown says:

    The Allman Brothers and Lynyrd Skynyrd would fit right in with today’s country. The Band too.

  3. To beer or not to beer, that is my question.

    Come on. I just need a teensy weensy push.

  4. The Klown says:

    Anyone who thinks that rednecks are all Bible-thumpin’ conservatives ain’t never partied with rednecks.

  5. driguana says:

    Just started listening to Lindi Ortega this past year….a bit maudlin most of the time but a rather amazing artist…she plays this weekend at the Roots and Rhythm Festival in New Orleans…believe she is from Canada…good song for the times…

  6. driguana says:

    Guess this tune kinda sums it all up for the Labor Day week-end….

    • elliesmom says:

      My Canadian great-grandmother gave birth to my my grandfather while she was on vacation in MA. They returned to Nova Scotia, but that gave my grandfather US citizenship. He married my grandmother, a Canadian citizen, in Canada, and they had 4 kids. My grandfather assumed his wife and 4 kids were also US citizens by virtue of their connection to him. When their home and family were devastated by the explosion in the Halifax harbor, he moved his wife and 3 surviving children to MA. My mom grew up as a US citizen, never laying claim to her Canadian citizenship. If she wasn’t entitled to US citizenship at birth, she would have automatically become a US citizen when she married my dad because that was the law at the time, but believing she already was a US citizen, she never applied. None of this made any difference in her life until she applied for a passport to go to Aruba, and the passport office said they would need sometime to sort it out. Rather than “muddy the waters”, she withdrew her application and she went to California on vacation instead. At best, my mom had dual citizenship, and at worst she was a Canadian living in the US illegally but only because she never ask for documentation she was entitled to. Why does it matter years after she’s died? Well, my Canadian cousins, who I have strong ties to, want to know if I’m entitled to emigrate to Canada as the child of a Canadian citizen? Do I have dual citizenship? Since I have often threatened to do that, as recently as today, can I? I’m not seriously considering it, but the question interests me.

      • DandyTIger says:

        That’s a good question. She probably legally had dual citizenship, if she had set up US citizenship. But since she didn’t get around to that, she was probably technically just a canadian citizen. You can probably get a leg up. The people at the Canadian embassy in DC are super friendly, and throw great parties by the way. They’d walk you through it.

  7. helenk3 says:

    this seems like a good song to start the long weekend

  8. helenk3 says:

    for some get down and dirty dancing

  9. driguana says:

    these foolish things…

  10. driguana says:

    see the light…

  11. helenk3 says:

    a labor of love to dad from his sons

  12. Karma says:

    Bluegrass cover of Snoop Dog’s ‘Gin and Juice’

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