GAC stops by to film an intimate day inside the lives of “The Eli Young Band” at Cabinberry Farm. Sponsored by Chevy Trucks, the band performed their mega hit “Crazy Girl” and shared personal stories on their path to stardom. This snowy december day wouldn’t have been complete without an on camera visit from all of the band members wives as well. Tune into GAC to catch these special moments from Cabinberry Farm.
Breaking country music duo “Ragdoll” shoots photos for their debut album at Cabinberry Farm and “sister property” The James Gang Company. Poncho and Lefty, Cabinberrys’ very own donkey duo, pose as extras in some of the photos as well! Love Is The Road was officially released on December 6, 2011.
Cabinberry Farm debuts “Friday Spa Day”, a new addition for ‘2009’. Services include hair, nails, and spray tanning to get you looking and feeling your best just in time for the weekend! Other special touches include fresh homemade desserts and hot cappuccinos made to order. Motimothdasung . what is a proxy server Spa patrons to date include country music alumni Lorrie Morgan and Terri Clark among others.
After a 2007’s historically dry summer in middle Tennessee, Cabinberry Farm Owner, John Grimes, decided to take action to help local farmers. Because of the extreme weather over the summer, the shortage of hay for farmers’ livestock to survive the fall and winter became a major crisis in the community. To provide relief to surrounding counties, Grimes head-started a concert hay-drive called “Rock The Cabin ’07-Fall Jam for Drought Relief”, pulling together Nashvilles’ most elite musicians and singer-songwriters for a outdoor amphitheater-style concert. Performers included Suzy Bogguss, Point of Grace, Mandy Barnett, Matraca Berg, Shane McAnally, Hillary Lindsey, Jon Randall, Jessi Alexander, Karyn Rochelle, Shane Stevens, Jenn Foster, Lane Turner, and Monument Quartet among others. The event brought awareness to the epidemic and raised attention on a state level which in turn funded close to $40,000.00 in hay to the rescue of surrounding middle Tennessee counties.
‘2007’ started out with a bang when Christian music sensation ‘Point of Grace’ visited Cabinberry Farm for the second time to shoot photos for their 7th studio album “How You Live”. It was released on August 28, 2007 and has achieved critical and commercial success. The single “How You Live (Turn Up The Music)” earned the group the Dove Award for Country Recorded Song of the Year. The song’s writer, Cindy Morgan was awarded the Songwriter of the Year award, and the girls were nominated for four more awards. This was also the group’s last album as a quartet, as Heather Payne announced her retirement in June 2008, after in late 2007 she had given birth to her fourth child, a daughter, Ava. The group has continued on as a trio and re-released an expanded edition of How You Live in October 2008.