Chris Cagle just released a lyric video for Let There Be Cowgirls off his new CD 'Back in the Saddle'.
It's not overly creative like some lyric videos, but it's a great song and I know a lot of folks like knowing the words to the songs so I figured I'd post it.
Chris Cagle has released a brand new video for his song Wal-Mart Parking Lot.
When I seen the title I was hoping it would contain scenes like you'd find on People of Walmart.
Sadly, it doesn't.
UPDATE: Was informed on Twitter today that this video is from his 3rd album and isn't actually new.
It was just uploaded to Chris' Twitter account today so I assumed it was a new video. Sorry for any confusion.
When you put the words, Balloon & Wine festival along side Country music Artists you think, "Is that a fit?" In most peoples minds Country music, roseos and cold beer are a better match. On the contrary on Friday night, June 1st at the Temeculah, CA 29th Annual Festival. Country fans intertwined with it all and much to the delight of Chris Cagle.
Chris has been an absentee artist for a few years amidst the country scene. He stated, "I left for awhile cause I did not like what the music business had become, but still loved the music." Well he proved it Friday night to a large crowd of fans who will concur that he never missed a beat, as if he never left. Especially one long time "Caglehead" fan, Earika Rickabaugh, who paid a good price for her VIP seat to be right up front. "This is something I would NEVER have missed." The enthusiasm and wild abandon she shared with us was catchy, we were all affected and had no problem joining her, espcially once Chris hit the stage.
"Cagle's professional credits include two gold albums, two No. 1 albums and 12 charted songs. From 2000-2008, Cagle released an almost nonstop catalog of hits that resulted in a scorching hot career. Cagle's musical character and burning ambition never wavered but today, Cagle’s personal perspective has mellowed. 2012's forthcoming album is, in more ways than one, a new lease on life." http://chriscagle.com/about
There is a new relaxed, yet let's get ready to tear it up attitude in his new music, which will be on his new album "Back In The Saddle" due for a June 26th release. He thrilled the audience with some new songs from the album, "Get My Country On" & "Let There Be Cowgirls" as well as some forever favorites, "Larado,", Chicks Dig It,", "What Kind of Gone," and his first number one smash hit, "I Breathe In, I Breathe Out."
Not quite a "Caglehead", but as a long time fan I am happy to see Chris Cagle back in action. He gained new fans on Friday night and made his stoic fans very happy by bringing back to the stage songs and a show that has truly been missed.
Awww, how sweet is this picture?
Used to be when we heard about Chris Cagle it was for the totally unfun stuff like paternity tests and domestic abuse, but it appears that Chris stepped away from the mainstream limelight and calmed down a bit.
There's a Facebook fan page called Cagleheads and the members seem to do a pretty fair job of keeping up with their Head Cagle and one of the most recent discussions is about Chris' apparent newly married status. Rumor is Chris got married back in December.
Congrats Chris if you have indeed joined the married with children club!
Okay guys, here's contest #4 or 5, I've lost count. This go around I have the great "Best of Chris Cagle"CD. If you're a Chris Cagle fan then this is a must have for you. It's got everything from I Breath In, I Breathe Out to Chicks Dig It and everything in between. There's a total of 15 songs for you to groove to.
I've only got one copy of this CD so it'll be a little more cut throat than the others. Contest will run until Tuesday, March 16th. Just email me at email@example.com and let me know you'd like to be entered. And no worries, you can enter any of the contests I've got up, you're not limited to just picking one.
If you don't win and would like to buy your own copy of the "Best of Chris Cagle", you can do that here.
Awww, sad stuff. Chris Cagle is set to perform a concert at the Kuss Auditorium in Springfield, Ohio on September 13, but before he takes the stage he was supposed to do an interview. It was an interview he missed.
The interviewer later talked to Cagle who explained that his dog, Capone (the brown and white dog above), had died.
"I don't want to talk about it," he barked a few days later.
So, what was the dog's name?
"What did I just say?"
When Chris Cagle says don't talk about something, I think he means it. I forgive the guy tho, losing a pet is tough, I know, I've lost a couple of good ones myself in the last couple of years.
Chris did finally give an interview. You can read it here.
Yep, the old adage of owners will eventually morph into their dogs seems to hold true here.
Chris Cagle is no longer in trouble with the law.
Cagle appeared in a Nashville courtroom Thursday and the state decided not to prosecute Cagle or his girlfriend. They were arrested in May after a fight at their home.
Cagle’s Attorney, Bill Ramsey said: “It’s a shame these charges were ever brought. PERIOD! Chris was not, and never was, guilty of domestic violence, abuse or assault and the Judge properly found him ‘Not Guilty.’ Chris is relieved the accuracy of the matter has been revealed and the ordeal is over.”
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