It was all treats and no tricks for the Music Row throng that gathered Wednesday afternoon (Oct. 29) at Nashville's City Winery to celebrate the chart-crowning success of Lady Antebellum's recent single, "Bartender."
When you think of country outlaws, you probably think of the usual and rightful suspects such as Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard and Johnny Cash -- all defiant and definitive icons and legends.
From 1931 to 1974, the Pridesville Woods of Amelia County were notorious for reports of paranormal activity on October nights. The history of its haunting originates with an old shiner and his last confrontation with federal lawmen. Now, take a Horror Hike through Amelia's Most Haunted Woods.
October is Country Music Month and 98.9 The Wolf is celebrating with the best music and the biggest country prizes in town. Click here to see what's going on during CMM with The Wolf!
Eight-year-old drumming prodigy Alex Shumaker rocked out to Keith Urban’s “Somewhere in My Car,” and Keith loved it! Check out this kid's serious talent!
The biggest party in Richmond is right here every weekend on 98.9 The Wolf! Check out Buckwild Saturday Night with B-Dub at 7pm. From Richmond, VA to Portland, OR, he is bring the party right to you! Get connect with the show below on Facebook or call up at 1-855-SUP-BDUB.
Looking for fun stuff to do around the Richmond area this Halloween? Check out Richmond.com's Halloween Guide to see what's up!
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