"Life begins in Texas and everything before ... don't count." Being a loyal Texan, although not a native-born Texan, that's one of my favorite quotes and it pretty well describes me. Wichita Falls has been my home since the summer of '81 and I wouldn't have it any other way. When I'm not at the Radio Station you may spot me out on a bicycle, pickin' and grinnin' at a downtown art gallery or just hanging out at the coffee shop enjoying some pleasant conversation. I love living in Wichita Falls, playing your favorite music on the Radio, writing and voicing commercials, and of course, taking pictures with my trusty Nikon. By the way, if you see someone jumping for joy at the vintage LP he just discovered in one of the local resale shops, that’s probably me.
Pistol Annies Are Hell On Heels, Trace Adkins Joins The Opry – Today In Country Music Hist…
The Pistol Annies released their first album on this date in 2011, Trace Adkins joined the Grand Ole Opry in 2003, Eddie Rabbitt was "Drivin'" his life away in 1980 and more.
Three Great Bands Provide Entertainment At Finish Line Village
Finish Line Village is free to the public, and with live entertainment and food, there's plenty to see and do for riders and non riders alike. Just find a parking space at the MPEC and follow the crowds and the noise.
Jason Aldean Loves Tattoos, Jo Dee Messina Is Alright – Today In Country Music History
Jason Aldean loved his "Tattoos" on this date in 2011, Jo Dee Messina was doing "Alright" in 1998, Restless Heart had a question in 1987 and more.
Brad Paisley Headlines His First Stadium, Johnny Cash Records His Final Song – Today In Co…
Brad Paisley headlined his first stadium on this date in 2010, Johnny Cash made his final recording in 2003, Patsy Cline was "Crazy" in 1961 and more.
Minis In Concert
If only they'd played the anthem like this during The Games!
Lady Antebellum Turns Honey Into Gold, Restless Heart Goes For The Blue – Today In Country…
Honey was gold for Lady Antebellum on this date in 2010, Collin Raye released his debut CD in 1991, Restless Heart fell for a pair of pretty blue eyes in 1988 and more.
Local Film ‘3 Ways to Kill A Mook’ Has Red Carpet Premiere at Cinemark Theater
It's not every day you get to watch a film that was completely produced in Wichita Falls, but that's where I found myself Sunday evening at the premiere showing of "3 Ways To Kill A Mook" at the Cinemark Theater in Parker Square.
Reba McEntire Loves Us, Toby Keith Loves His Bar – Today In Country Music History
Reba promised to "Keep On Loving" us on this date in 2009, Toby Keith "Loved" his bar in 2003, Elvis was buried in 1977 and more.
Brooks & Dunn Feel Like New, Sugarland Has Baby Girl – Today In Country Music History
Sugarland had their first hit single in 2004, Brooks & Dunn went platinum in 1992, George Strait started a three week run at the top of the charts in 1991 and more.
Elvis Presley Dies, Brad Paisley Wastes Time – Today In Country Music History
Elvis Presley passed away on this date in 1977, Brad Paisley was wasting time in 2005, Patsy Montana wanted to be a "Cowboy's Sweetheart" in 1935 and more.
Trace Adkins Is Dangerous, Rascal Flatts Goes For The Gold – Today In Country Music Histor…
Trace Adkins was feeling dangerous on this date in 2006, Rascal Flatts earned their first gold record in 2001 and more.
New Words Added To The Dictionary – Some You’re Not Supposed To Use!
Associate editor Kory Stamper told AP , "It's a word that is very visually evocative. It's not just the F-word. It's F-bomb."