Well what can I say other thanI have been in this bar 3 times and I will never go back. The carpet floors are dirty just looking at them. And if you can notice how dirty they are in the dark I would hate to see the lights turned on. As for the bathrooms, oh my, they are horrible. The front bathroom has no locks on the inside of the stalls and the floor is bad need of replacing. It needs a lot of money invested in this thing. As for the back bathroom, it was flooding the floor and I advised the back bartender (which happened to be a male) he stated he didn't use the womens room so he could care less. Well so much for caring about where you work and 30 gallons + of water running in the hallway. By the way, in the hallway there were exposed metal screws were all along the wall. Here you could get some free acupuncture and who knows who else has already. As for the Music. The DJ calls all the dances which are the same dances all night long. At 9pm it turns into pop music/dance music. I was in there for the Randy Houser concert on March 4th, 2010 and went back Saturday March 6 just too see if the music would be any better in between sets. Well let me tell you, NO! They played 1 new song out by Brad Paisley and 1 other new song out by another artist. The DJ played dance music like juking stuff, electric slide, cupid shuffle etc. I was shocked to find out that this bar is up for the nomination at the ACM Awards 2010. There was no NEW County music songs played. Worst part is they call all the dances no matter what they are and ALLthe linedances are so old. God forbid you know a new dance that can go to the old stuff they were playing. If we knew something different the locals would keep getting closer and closer to you till they kicked, stomped or push you off the floor. What unfriendly people here. Where I come from we enjoy the ""new country"" songs as well as some old stuff. We love to see people bring new linedances and want to know what they are. But here, oh NO, you are an outsider and treated like one. I am proud to be from the South too and I LOVE where I live and linedance. So don't you worry Cotton Eye, I won't be back. P.S. I know our group spent at least $400 in there in 2 nights on drinks. Take some of that and repair the bathrooms. Hell just a coat of paint wouldn't hurt.