WE WILL ROCK YOU! EightBall Live Cookeville, TN
Originally posted on December 19, 2009 Pastor Rocky Lingerfelt, a contributing writer for Kick Acts and my brother-in-law Ernie’s (Deacon) older brother passed away and went home to be with the Lord. Rocky had a strong faith in God and enjoyed sharing about Jesus and his glory. Rocky shared with our readers about Christmas time
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Join us for holiday cheer in downtown #HendersonKY this weekend. Executive Director Abby Dixon gives us a preview of this upcoming weekend downtown events.
I got to check the band out (thanks to my son-n-law Zack) a couple of months back. What a great band!
Like us on FACEBOOK: Welcome to Kick Acts. Tell us a little about yourself and were you can be found online. My name is Russell Ray drummer and Co-Founder of VYCES. You can find the band on Facebook under Vyces/Official. That is the same for all other social media sites and the website is www.vycesofficial.com.
Wooly’s Clubhouse 565 S Jefferson Ave Cookeville, Tennessee (931) 854-0117 Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016 9:00pm-1:00am Eightball is gonna ROCK! AND! “One Lucky lady will win $150.00”
DELKERS BAR & MUSIC VENUE AND THE ALLEY Randy Vaughn The Alley is the food service portion of Delkers. It is designed mostly for carry out with limited seating for only 8 people. However it is adjoined with Delkers which is open Monday through Friday at 11:00 am with seating for over 100 people. Serving full
After all these years Carrie Fisher has finally has admitted that her and her co star Harrison Ford did the “Star Wars Nasty” while filming the original movie! I wonder is she wore that slave outfit ( I know it was in the third movie but can a guy dream)?? GRRRRRR;-) Nerds everywhere are brokenhearted but the
From: UltimateClassicRock Aerosmith‘s next tour might be the beginning of the end. The band has announced a run of European dates for the spring and summer of 2017 — a series of shows they’ve dubbed “Aero-Vederci Baby!” and are billing as their “farewell” tour. The news comes several months after singer Steven Tyler publicly suggested