It's official! Garth is returning to the road! A THREE YEAR TOUR! check out the details:
I love the creativity that comes with Christmas light displays! If you haven't found a great display to drive by, check out the Christmas light finder. http://www.christmaslightfinder.com/
I'll be doing the end of my show today from Hefner's TV on Eastown Rd. in Lima! Come on out for great deals from 5p-7. Stop by the T102 van and I'll get you registered for Zak Brown Band tickets! Hope to see you there!
GARTH BROOKS announced he's returning to Wynn Las Vegas . . . and this time he's bringing his full band. He's doing two shows a night on January 3rd and 4th. He also left the door open for a future a tour, saying, quote, "Will there be something else down the road? Who knows! I'm just going to enjoy getting to turn it up in Las Vegas and play with the band again."
Time for some down home Christmas fun with the Duck Dynasty Crew!
DARIUS RUCKER surprised a special needs teenager who was performing his song "While I Still Got Time" at a high school talent show in South Carolina. The boy's name is Frankie Antonelli and he's afflicted with Down syndrome.
Frankie was killing it on his own . . . but when Darius walks onto the stage the crowd goes crazy.
Ever wonder what the King would look like today if he were still alive? Or maybe he does look like this today! John Lennon? Kurt Cobain? Check out this artist's age progressions of our favorites who went to rock and roll heaven too soon
Last Monday, 13 Marines were on their way home, returning from Afghanistan. And before their American Airlines flight from Chicago to San Diego took off, the airline realized it had six open seats in first class.
So they upgraded six of the Marines, which is their policy when it comes to members of the armed services. But the other seven were still in coach. So seven first-class passengers gave up THEIR seats, so all 13 Marines could sit together.
Also, the fiancée of one of the soldiers' called the USO while they were on a connecting flight from Baltimore, and told them a bunch of soldiers would be showing up.
So with only one hour to work with, a 74-year-old USO worker and former Marine named John Colas managed to pull off an impromptu welcome.
When they landed, their plane taxied under a huge arch of water being sprayed from a fire truck. Then when they got to the terminal, there was a group of people CHEERING for them.
One of the Marines did an interview, and said it's, quote, "amazing when we are 10 years [into] a war, and there is still that kind of community, [and] that level of support."
Thank you to all of our servicemen and women who have served in our military, sacrificing for our freedoms and the freedom of others!
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