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Gun Talk to Debut on NewsTalk 95.5
Gun Talk to Debut on NewsTalk 95.5
"Gun Talk" airs on News Talk 95.5 from 12 p.m. - 3 p.m. on Sundays. Tom Gresham created this show nearly 20 years ago and it has been growing ever since. The show's content is suitable for all types of gun owners. Hunters, competition shooters, home security enthusiasts and Second Amendment rights advocates will all find useful information and entertaining discussions on Gun Talk... Read
Rascal Flatts’ Jay DeMarcus Gets His Own Radio Show
Rascal Flatts’ Jay DeMarcus Gets His Own Radio Show
Jay DeMarcus is no one-trick pony. In addition to being a mega-talented bassist and vocalist for Rascal Flatts, DeMarcus is about to flex his radio personality skills, too. The Nashville star has landed his very own radio show, ‘The Jay DeMarcus Show: Live From Flatts Shack’ on iHeartRadio’s Big Machine channel. The 60-minute program will debut on Thursday, June 28.
Kenny Chesney Lookalike to Receive Refund After Being Kicked Out of Concert
Kenny Chesney Lookalike to Receive Refund After Being Kicked Out of Concert
He may not have been able to stick around long enough to see Kenny Chesney perform during the singer’s Nashville tour stop over the weekend, but Nathan Blankenship is putting an unfortunate situation behind him with some amicable parting gifts. The fan, who bears a strong resemblance to the ‘Come Over’ singer, was escorted out of the show by LP Field security for being a disturbance in the crowd.
Faith Hill Joins Tim McGraw Onstage During Brothers of the Sun Show in Nashville
Faith Hill Joins Tim McGraw Onstage During Brothers of the Sun Show in Nashville
Everyone at LP Field was thinking it on Saturday night (June 23), wondering if Faith Hill would be joining husband Tim McGraw onstage during his performance as part of the Brothers of the Sun Tour, also featuring Kenny Chesney. When McGraw announced more than halfway into his set that he had a “special surprise” just for the Nashville crowd and began to sing the beginning of his duet with Hill, ‘I

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