Have you been naughty or nice this year? That's a question we ask ourselves this time of year. But it's not the question we ask at WBKR's annual Ultimate Dirty Santa Party. LOL! No! That's where we ask, "Is Santa gonna be naughty or nice?" And this year, there are big prizes on the line and YOU are invited to compete to win the best ones! Of course, with Santa being extra "dirty" this year, you just make walk away with a really bad one!
Walk into any Tri-State bar on open mike night and you are sure to hear it, ”Rock me mamma any way you feel…Heeeyyy mamma rock me.” They are lyrics from the now world-famous song “Wagon Wheel,” a song that everyone loves to sing, but not everyone knows the story behind it. It all
The Bluegrass state has a rich history of singers/songwriters who were inspired by life in Kentucky. Whether it be the Appalachians in Eastern KY or the “hollers and hills” through the central parts, these famous folks hail from and found musical muse right here in KY. Did you know these well-known musicians are KENTUCKY MADE?
His story truly inspired the world. When Lane Goodwin's "Thumbs Up" craze spread like wildfire through the digital landscape, I think every single person who heard his story was inspired. I know that I was. And Chad decided that Lane was the perfect inspiration for this year's original St. Jude song.
This morning, we asked our listeners one simple thing: Name something you should never do naked... the responses were HILARIOUS! Check out our favorites and tune in to the Waking Crew with Moon and Chad every morning when we discuss very deep topics like these!
Tickets for country music's getaway party at the Riviera Maya in Mexico will go on sale Friday (Oct. 4) morning. Dierks Bentley, Brantley Gilbert, Billy Currington and Jana Kramer are the four headliners for Tropical Nights: Boots in the Sand, the ultimate vacation escape. It's five days and four nights of nothing but white sand, blue skies and country music.
This day and age, it's just too hard to steal someone's iPhone without getting called out front of the whole internet. One iPhone thief learned that the hard way, when the photos he took on a stolen phone were automatically uploaded to the phone owner's online phone gallery. And the original owner - a woman named Katy McCaffrey - uploaded the photos directly to Facebook (of course).
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