I recently purchased a pair of Yaktrax this winter. My hope was they would help with footing while ice fishing. I took a couple of spills last year, and there is no fun hauling your gear off the lake with a sprained knee. I was a bit worried though if they would actually work as advertised, and more importantly would they actually fit my large feet.
Everyone who watches TV and listens to the radio knows that mishaps do happen. I personally have had equipment go crazy while I'm on the air, and it's always fun to creatively work around it. I think it's even harder when you are on TV and everyone can actually see you.
So much is made about Chase Bryant's guitar playing style (upside down and backwards) that what's truly remarkable about his debut single 'Take It on Back' gets lost. This Texan can pick, but man can he ever sing!
Regardless of who you cheer for on Sunday's, you have to hand it to Aaron Rodgers for taking the time to have a great impact on these children's lives. I have to admit that I had goosebumps throughout this video.
This weekend the Seattle Seahawks will try to win back to back Super Bowls when they face the tough New England Patriots. Coincidentally, the Patriots were the last team to win the big game in consecutive years so I decided to use that for my Country Throwback this week.
If you know the whereabouts of this person, please tell the Duluth Police Department. It’s a good feeling to know that information you’ve shared with the police may have helped apprehend a suspect. The Duluth Police Department sent out information on the about a vehicle theft in November and now are looking for Nicholas Kent. Do you know this man?
Sam Hunt didn't realize the risk he was taking in releasing songs like 'Leave the Night On' to radio, but his co-writers sure did. The white-hot singer's debut single rode a heavy R&B groove to No. 1, and then he followed it with a song that stretched the country genre even further.
Carrie Underwood’s ‘Little Toy Guns’ will remind fans of the title track from her most recent album, as well as many of Martina McBride’s greatest hits. While the song isn’t about domestic violence of the physical variety, it is a reminder of how sensitive young ears can be.
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