Country girl on the dating
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Don't shy away from meeting her folks--early, if you want to send her gaga over you.
Don't expect her to be something she's not and allow her to show you a little bit of her inner country.
If she's not a dressed up girly girl every hour, let that be okay or else you may need to find someone else who's a little more metropolitan.
Over on the Palomino Stage, the original country bad girl, 59-years-young Tanya Tucker, was fiery as ever — not only gyrating like a showgirl in her tight white jeans and doing tequila shots onstage with her backup-singer daughter Presley (and handing the souvenir shotglass to a lucky fan), but also singing a mashup of Bruce Springsteen’s “I’m on Fire” and, yes, Johnny Cash’s perennial favorite “Ring of Fire.”Explaining that she was “paying tribute to some of the great heroes of mine,” Tucker later joked that she “probably shouldn’t do it,” but cheekily covered Tammy Wynette’s “Stand by Your Man” anyway. Overall, Tucker seemed delighted to be playing her first Stagecoach, and the feeling was mutual: She earned a roaring reception from the audience, which included the festival’s resident celebrity chef, Guy Fieri, who stood side-stage taking selfies and shooting video of “Delta Dawn.”Later, on the Palomino Stage, wild-eyed Southern boys the Georgia Satellites kept the drunken party going. Their show was a rollicking good time, and it also featured some very unexpected covers: the Beatles’ “I Am the Walrus” and, inserted in the middle of their 1986 honky-tonk hit “Keep Your Hands to Yourself,” another Springsteen song, “Born in the USA.” Back over on the Mane Stage, Kelsea Ballerini did her own soulful cover mashup, of the Chris Stapleton-popularized country classic “Tennessee Whiskey” with her 2015 viral version of Little Big Town’s “Girl Crush,” then mixed a bit of Elvis Presley’s “Can’t Help Falling in Love” into her new hit “Unapologetically.”" data-reactid="51" Back over on the Mane Stage, Kelsea Ballerini did her own soulful cover mashup, of the Chris Stapleton-popularized country classic “Tennessee Whiskey” with her 2015 viral version of Little Big Town’s “Girl Crush,” then mixed a bit of Elvis Presley’s “Can’t Help Falling in Love” into her new hit “Unapologetically.”But perhaps the most unexpected cover tune of the day came courtesy of Chris Lane (who, perhaps coincidentally, was also rocking some Tucker-worthy tight white denim), who covered R&B Lothario Mario’s “Let Me Love You” and convincingly transformed the 2004 slow-jam into a cry-in-your-beer pop-country heartbreak ballad.
“You hear about those ’80s bands coming back and now they’re sober? the subject of love — Australian country crooner Morgan Evans, the newlywed husband of Ballerini (and the inspiration behind Ballerini’s “Unapologetically”), told the Sirius XM Stage audience that he postponed the release date of his song “Day Drunk” because it was too close to their December 2017 wedding date.