labor day

Country Stars Worst Jobs
Country Stars Worst Jobs
It's Labor Day, a day we recognize the hard working men and women that drive the economic engine of this country. Today's country music superstars lead glamorous and fabulously wealthy lives but that wasn't always the case for most of them. Check out a few of the worst jobs some country stars say they had before finding success in their music.
Saluting The American Worker On Our Labor Day Edition Of The Classic Double
Saluting The American Worker On Our Labor Day Edition Of The Classic Double
We have a special theme for today's "Country Classic Double" at 11:30 a.m., saluting you, the American worker on Labor Day. And we've got two great songs to do that. We begin with Alabama's number one song in 1985 "Forty Hour Week (For A Livin')". We'll finish the Double with Merle Haggard's "Workin' Man Blues", a number one back in 1969.
Labor Day Traditions
Labor Day Traditions
Labor Day has come to recognize two things.  Originally started as a way to honor the working man and woman, it has also evolved into the last blast of summer before the kids go back to school.  As a kid, I grew up in a farming community where it was as much a celebration of the season's harvest as it was a day of relaxation.  Does your family have a labor day tradition?