George Strait and Reba McEntire are two of the biggest names in country music. Yet in their first gig together "since we were opening shows for Conway Twitty many many moons ago," they still played second fiddle to the real star of the show: the venue, the US$1.15-billion Cowboys Stadium
"Whoo! I am so honoured to be here, I can't even tell you how much," Strait told a crowd of 60,188. "I mean, I can say I've done a lot of things in my career and had a lot of fun. This is right up there at the top of anything I've ever done before because I'm such a big Dallas Cowboys fan.
I'm thinking he said "honored" though, he is from TX.
Whatever else you might want to say
about the owners of our local franchises, none of them have Jerry Jones' gift for attention deficit disorder.
Seems Jones, who signed Adam (Pacman) Jones to much public outcry, then shed himself of Jones to much public outcry, now is contemplating bringing him back to (everyone now, in the key of Ha!) much public outcry. [...] Jones was reached after a George Strait concert by Fort Worth Star-telegram reporter Clarence Hill, and without prompting asked Hill, "Would you beat me up too bad if I brought back Adam?"