CMA Fest Wrap-Up: Day Four Diary

With the 40th CMA Music Festival a recent memory and fans hitting the highways and airports to head back to parts unknown, we have the wrap-up of the final, usually lower-key day of events at the world's largest country music festival. Read on to find out more.

The CMA Music Festival is four full days of music, activities, fun and booths. But you start to realize that the current year's festival is going to be a memory in a matter of moments. So, you fill up on souvenirs and find something neat to bring home to friends and family. You try to sneak in one or two more autographs, and find out which stages you'd like to visit.

Fortunately, I got a chance to see Terri Clark and Julie Roberts. I had no idea that Roberts would be performing today, but the South
Carolina native did an excellent cover of Hank Williams Jr.'s "Family Tradition." Clark was at the top of her game, too, and country artist, Anita Cochran, is a member of Clark's band.

The day (and also, the trip) would not have been complete without a Chevrolet Volt test drive. I hadn't driven an electric car or even
rode in one. But it was a fun experience, and I was glad that Melissa from Chevrolet helped me and told me some information about the new Chevrolet Volt.