Tuesday, August 31, 2010





List of Contributors
Not that anyone is going to read this long list, but...
Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum, Harrogate
Anwar F.Accawi, Knoxville, (Author)
Trace Adkins, Nashville, (musician)
Ajalon Acres Bed & Breakfast, Sumner County
Lisa Alter, Kingsport, (author)
Apple Jack’s Sandwich Shop, Pigeon Forge
David Appleby, Memphis, (filmmaker)
Katie Armiger, Nashville, (Singer)
Darnell Arnoult, Nashville, (author)
Aunt Granny’s Restaurant, Pigeon Forge
Sybil Baker, Chattanooga, (author)
Coleman Barks, Chattanooga, (poet)
Ken Barnett, Memphis, (actor)
Kim Barrick, Nashville, (artist)
Adrian Belew, Mt. Juliet, (musician)
Bell Witch, Adams
Berries ‘n’ Cream, Pigeon Forge
Blount Mansion, Knoxville
Blue Heron Studio & Retreat, Gainesboro
Blue Moon Farms, Franklin
Bonnie Blue Farms, Waynesboro
Gov. Phil Bredesen, Nashville
Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol
Garth Brooks, Nashville, (singer)
Jim Ed Brown, Nashville, (singer)
Gay Bryant, Oak Ridge, (artist)
Roy Burkhead, Nashville, (author)
Frances Hodgson Bunrett, Knoxville, (author)
Butler Museum, Butler
Buttonwillow Civil War Dinner Theater, Whitwell
Cades Cove, Townsend
Calico Inn, Sevierville
Milton Campbell, Memphis, (singer)
Carter Mansion,
Cascade American Café- Opryland Hotel, Nashville
Steve Curtis Chapman, Franklin, (singer)
Chappy’s on Church, Nashville
Chattanooga Choo Choo, Chattanooga
Cherokee National Forest
Cherry Hill Farm B&B, Watertown
Children’s Museum of Nashville, Nashville
Henry Cho, Knoxville, (comedian)
Circle G Ranch Wild Animal Park & Safari, Strawberry Plains
Clarence Brown Theatre, Knoxville
Clear Channel Nashville
Clement Railroad Museum- Hotel Halbrook State Historic Site, Clement
George S. Clinton, Knoxville, (Composer)
Andrea Conte, Nashville, (First Lady)
Malani Coomes, Woodberry, (filmmaker)
Michael Cooper, Dickson, (artist)
Copper Cellar, Knoxville
Chaz Corzine, (Entertainment Manger)
Mary Costa, Knoxville, (singer/actress)
Country Music Hall of Fame, Nashville
Crossville Octoberfest, Crossville
Crown Winery & Vineyard, Humboldt
Cumberland Mountain State Park, Cookville
Ben Curtis, Chattanooga, (actor)
Billy Ray & Miley Cyrus, Thompson Station, (singer/ actor)
Dick Dale, Nashville, (musician)
David Crockett State Park, Limestone
Susan DeMay, Nashville, (artist)
Dippin’ Dots Ice Cream, Franklin
Dixie Stampede, Pigeon Forge
Dollywood Blues & BBQ Festival, Pigeon Forge
Dollywood, Pigeon Forge
Duff’s Smorgasbord, Pigeon Forge
Gov. Winfield Dunn, Memphis
Ava Dupree, Knoxville, (singer)
East Tennessee Irish Festival, Knoxville
J.T. Ellison, Nashville, (author)
Sasha Eleyce, Nashville, (singer)
Arlyn Ende, Sewanee, (artist)
Lisa Ernst, Nashville, (artist)
Exchange Place: Gaines-Preston Farm, Kingsport
Fall Creek Falls B&B, Pikeville
Fall Mills, Belvidere
Farewell Drifters, Nashville
Fayetteville Lincoln County Museum & Civic Center, Fayetteville
Felicia Suzanne’s Downtown Memphis,
Festival of Nations, Pigeon Forge
Lester Flatt, Nashville (singer)
Colin Ford, Nashville, (actor)
Tennessee Ernie Ford, Bristol, (singer)
Fox Manor B&B, Kingsport
Fiddler’s Glen B&B, Jonesborough
Franklin Theatre, Franklin
Sen. Bill Frist, Nashville
Allen Frizell, Nashville, (singer)
Corey Frizell, Nashville, (artist)
Alex Gabbard, Knoxville, (author)
Gaither Vocal Band, Nashville, (Musicians)
Anna Garrott, Nashville, (singer)
Crystal Gayle, Nashville, (singer)
Geni, Inc., Founder from Memphis (computer)
George Dickel Distillery, Tallahoma
Johanthan Kayne Gillaspie, Nashville, (Fashion Designer)
Susan Gilmore, Chattanooga, (author)
Nikki Giovanni, Knoxville, (author)
Mayor Jerry Gist, Jackson
Glory Bugles, Box Springs, (musicians)
Melissa Goodwin, Memphis, (computer animator)
Brentley Gore, Nashville, (actor)
Vern Gosdin, Nashville, (singer)
Gracehill B&B, Townsend)
Clare Grant, Memphis, (model/actress)
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Ranger Doug Green, Nashville, (songwriter)
Jack Greene, Nashville, (singer)
Gail Grice, Memphis, (artist)
Alex Haley, Hensley, Norris, (author)
Mary Alice Haney, Chattanooga, (producer/TV host)
Tom T. Hall, Nashville, (singer)
Jack Hanna, Knoxville, (animal educator)
Thayr Harris, Sunnertown, (stuntman)
John Hartford, Madison, (singer)
Mayor Bill Haslam, Knoxville
Jon Hassell, Memphis,(composer)
Linda Head, Nashville, (artist)
Sen. Douglas Henry, Nashville
Tim Hodge, Franklin, (director/animator)
Lional Hollins, Memphis, (professional basketball coach)
Holly Tree Manor, Trenton
Steve Holy, Nashville, (singer)
Anna Safley Houston, Chatanooga, (art/antique collector)
Houston Museum of Decorative Arts, Chatanooga
Sam Houston, Maryville, (statesman/soldier)
Jan Howard, Nashville, (singer)
Sierra Hull, Byrdtown, (singer)
Sylvia Hyman, Nashville, (artist)
International Storytelling Festival & Center, Jonesborough
International Towing Museum, Chattanooga
John Rice Irwin, Norris, (author)
Jack Daniel’s Dsitillery, Lynchburg
Alan Jackson, Franklin, (singer)
Pres. Andrew Jackson, Hermitage
Stonewall Jackson, Nashville, (singer)
Jesse & Frank James, Huntsville (outlaws)
Jessie Janeshek, Knoxville, (author)
Terry Mike Jeffery & Co, Memphis, Musician)
Pres. Andrew Johnson, Greenville
Bill A. Jones, Shackett, (actor)
Ashley Judd, Franklin, (actress)
Naomi Judd, Nashville, (singer)
July 4th Celebration & Anvil Shoot, Norris
Marilyn Kallot,Knoxville, (author)
Sen. Brian Kelsey, Germantown
Mary Ann Kennedy, Nashville, (songwriter)
Kentucky Headhunters, Nashville, (musicians)
Knoxville Art Museum
Chris Ladd, Jackson, (actor)
Land Between the Lakes, Northwest TN
Claudia Lee, Liberty, (artist)
Michael Lewis, Nashville, (musician
Alan Lightman, Memphis, (author)
Joe Lindsey, Pigeon Forge, (culinary director)
Loews Vanderbilt Hotel, Nashville
Lodge at Gunter Hill, Fayetteville
Lovelace Café, Nashville
Loretta Lynn, Hurricane Mills, (singer)
Yuri Lowenthal, Nashville, (voice over/ anime)
Lylewood Inn, Dover
Lynchburg, TN
Jean MacArthur, Murfreesboro (WWII Gen. Wife)
Mafiaoza’s Music City Brewers Festival, Nashville
Magnolia House B&B, Clarksville
Louise Mandrell, Hendersonville, (singer)
Carolyn Martin, Nashville, (musician)
Mayfield Dairy, Athens
Patricia McAnally, Franklin, (Miss Tennessee)
Raymond McAnally, (actor/Comedian)
Martinia McBride, Nashville, (singer)
Gail McDaniels, Nashville, (artist)
Ellen McGowan, Bartlett, (artist)
Kim McMillan, Clarksville, (political advisor)
Govennor Ned McWherter, Palmersville
Memphis Zoo
Jo Dee Messina, Nashville, (singer)
Miss Mary Bobo’s, Lynchburg
Miss Ollie’s Paino Bar, Jackson
Stacy Mitchhart, Nashville, (musician)
John Michael Montgomery, Nashville, (singer)
Bill Monroe, Nashville, (singer)
Rick Monroe, Nashville, (singer)
Llynda More, Nashville, (singer/Miss Tenn)
Mountain City, TN
Museum of Appalachia, Norris
Museum of Appalachia Restaurant, Norris
Odum’s Tennessee Country Pride Sausage, Madison
Nashville Zoo at Grassmere, Nashville
Nathan Bedford Forrest State Park, Eva
National Banana Pudding Festival, Centerville
Samantha Newark, Nashville, (voice over/anime)
Oak Ridge, TN
Ocoee Winery, Cleveland
Old Butler Museum, Butler
Bobby Osborne, Portland, (singer)
Fess Parker, (actor)
Our Backyard Town B&B, Martin
Dolly Parton, Sevierville, (singer)
Stella Parton, Sevierville, (singer)
Minnie Pearl, Centerville, (singer/comedian)
Cathie Pellietier, Nashville, (author)
David Phelps, Nashville, (singer)
Sam Pickering, Nashville, (author)
Pigeon Forge, TN
Pisgah National Forest, Eastern Tenn/No Carolina border
Vince Pitelka, Smithville, (artist)
Elvis Presley, Memphis, (singer)
Prospect Hill Inn, Mountain City
Curly Putman, Lebanon, (songwriter)
Lori Putman, Franklin, (artist)
Bets Ramsey, Chattanooga, (artist)
Paul Ramsey, Chattanooga, (poet)
Readyville Mill, Readyville
Roan Mountain State Park, Johnson City
Kenny Rogers, Nashville, (singer)
John Ross, Eastern TN, Cherokee Indian Chief
Mark Russell, Greenville, (artist)
Davis O. Sack, Memphis, (business executive)
Sam Houston School House, Maryville
Tom Schulman, Nashville, (screenwriter)
John Scope, Dayton, (educator
Earl Scruggs, Nashville, (singer)
Alfred Sharp, Woodbury, (artist)
LaRita Shelby, Nashville, (singer)
Dinah Shore, Winchester/McMinnville, (singer)
Walter Simonson, Knoxville, (comic book artist/ computer anime)
Greg Sims, Nashville, (composer)
Felicitas Sloves, Memphis, (artist)
Dolph Smith, Huricane Mills, (artist)
Smithville’s Ole Time Fiddler’s Festival, Smithville
Smoky Mountain Brewery & Restaurant
Smoky Mountain Llama Treks, Sevierville
Sperry’s Restaurant, Nashville
Splash Country Water Adventure Park, Pigeon Forge
Phil Stacey, Cleveland, (singer)
Stax Museum, Memphis
Steel String Band, Coppertown, (musician)
Redd Stewart, Ashland City, (singer)
Tom Stoviak, Oak Ridge, (actor)
Sun Studio, Memphis
Sycamore Shoals State Historic Area, Hampton
Tennessee Aquarium, Chattanooga
Tennessee Aquarium Conservation Institute, Chattanooga
Tennessee Beef Council, Murfreesboro
Tennessee Dept. of Agriculture, Nashville
Tennessee Fall Homecoming, Norris
Tennessee Valley Eggs, Englewood
Lloyd Thaxton, Memphis, (producer/TV host)
The Big Bungalow B&B, Edgefield
The Silver Caboose, Collierville
Thistletop Inn, Goodlettsville
Thomas House, Boiling Springs
Lily Tomlin, Nashville, (comedian/actress)
Randy Travis, Nashville, (singer)
Tuckaleechee Caverns, Townsend
Tanya Tucker, Nashville, (singer)
Upper Cumberland Quilt Trail
Ray Walker, Waverly, (musician)
Mimi Walsh, Nashville, (artist)
Michael Lee West, Lebanon, (author)
Mayor A.C. Wharton, Memphis
Karen Wheeler, Lebanon, (singer)
Allen Wier, Knoxville, (author)
Wilburn Brothers, Nashville, (Musicians)
Williums Country Sausage, Union City
Leigh Wilson, Rogersville, (author)
Susan Wiltshire, Nashville, (author)
Oprah Winfrey, Nashville, (producer/TV host)
Jerry Winsett, Clarksville, (actor)
Reese Witherspoon, Nashville, (actress)
Rick Wittrig, Lebanon, (artist)
Sen. Jamie Woodson, Knoxville,
Yammer Inc., Founder from Memphis, (computer)
Trisha Yearwood, Nashville, (singer)
Dwight Yoakam, Nashville, (singer)
Sgt. Alvin C. York, Pall Mall, (WW I Hero)
Curtis Young, Jordanaires, East TN. (singer
Donna Zimmer, Lewisburg, (artist)

Friday, August 20, 2010

BBQ on Barkley, Kuttawa, KY

"Favorite Rcipes of

Kentucky Celebrities"

to be at 2 events this weekend!

Looking for the perfect gift for a friend and an opportunity to help some very good organization? You have 2 opportunities this weekend.

The Lyon County Chamber of Commerce is hosting a book signing this Saturday in conjunction with the Barbecue On Beautiful LAKE BARKLEY Kuttawa Beach, Kuttawa, KY I-24 Exit 40. This is a KCBS Sanctioned BBQ Cook-off for Professional & Backyard Cooking Teams. There will be free concerts and a special appearance by 2010 Miss Kentucky. I will be signing books as a fundraiser for the Lyon County Chamber of Commerce & will be at the booth next to theirs.

The other event is Ladies’ Society Social Lourdes Hospital, Nemer Pavilion 1530 Lone Oak Rd. 6:00 pm Gather some women for a good time and a great cause! Join us as we celebrate the Spirit of Hope recipient Kelly Smith. Tickets are $40 each. Food by Whaler's Catch Catering; spirits by Roof Brothers. Silent auction and vendor booths, too! Buy tix online or call 444.0384. The cookbook will be part of the silent auction and Lisa O’Rourke will have additional cookbooks available for purchase., with proceeds going to the American Cancer Society.