What’s on your Fourth of July playlist? Maybe it’s Lee Greenwood‘s durable “God Bless the U.S.A.” and Elvis Presley’s take on Mickey Newbury’s arrangement of “American Trilogy.” Or maybe it’s the two very different takes following the attacks of 9/11 — Toby Keith’s no-holds-barred “Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American)” and... Read more »
The gang takes an RV trip to the Mud Bog. Raven goes four-wheeling, and Hunter and Kelsie make a serious decision about their relationship, and Duke gets caught between two girls. Go Duke! Oh ya, and this happened. Creator of Party Down South 2 has more to share about the recent episode. Here’s her take... Read more »
Sometimes, the Fourth of July is all about fireworks and barbecues and patriotic playlists and those flag cakes that you see all over Pinterest. And then other times, it’s about celebrating in a way that’s so completely American, you just have to sit back and be proud of what we stand for. That’s the case... Read more »
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