Good Morning

As Southeast  Saskatchewan is dealing with mild rain and late spring snow...
Nashville is attempting to bounce back from widespread flooding that has affected thousands
of area residents, including several country music artists.........

The  weekend storm system brought torrential rains and tornadoes,at least 12 people have
died in the Tennessee floods.
As some 13 inches of rain fell over a 48-hour period in Nashville this weekend. Country artists
have been forced to cancel shows, and have been telling their stories on Twitter and elsewhere.

Terri Clark posted: “I am fighting the urge to get in a boat and go rescue people, its so sad.
My basement is flooded-no more home theater.”

Michelle Branch of "The Wreckers": “Luckily, the only thing I may have lost is my car but many
others have lost much more. Donate to the Red Cross to help”


Kenny Chesney writes “TN is a mess with floods. If you’re fortunate enough to help out,

hit up the mid-TN Red Cross Stay safe, everyone.”

Dierks Bentley posted a photo to Twitter of himself in his flooded basement, and had to
 cancel shows he posted: "Hate to cancel shows......
"Might be a first, but Nashville is a disaster. All of our houses are messed up."                                                    

  Most residental streets, homes and backyards have been swept away or damaged

Overflow from the Cumberland River in downtown Nashville has heavily impacted of the
major core of the city and caused flooding in two major buildings -- the Country Music
 Hall of Fame and Museum and the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Northeast of downtown
Nashville, flooding of the river near Briley Parkway has hit the Grand Ole Opry House and the
Gaylord Opryland Hotel.Shows slated to play at the venues will be postponed indefinitely
As the city and  residents ...local and Country Crooners now have to pick up and dry out
The music must go on.....
To donate to Nashville and middle Tennessee flood relief efforts, please visit
or call 615-250-4300. Texting REDCROSS to 90999 from your
mobile phone will provide a $10 donation to the Nashville Red Cross.

We here at CJ1280 are thinking of them and we wish them all the best....