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 Last Saturday, the Ore Dock Brewing Co. hosted John Lennon Night where area musicians and bands played music by the late John Lennon to raise money for the Michigan Food Bank in Ishpeming and UNICEF.   Our band, Drew & The Geezers worked on eight songs to offer for the night’s entertainment and from the […]

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Growing up in Southeastern Ohio, our high school had a good population of its students enrolled the the FFA, Future Farmer of America program and rightly so. Ohio possesses a fairly sizable portion of its state devoted to farming. This year, country music artist Easton Corbin and Ram Trucks have joined together in recognizing the […]

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 Northern Michigan University’s Vandament Area hosted country music loud and proud from Rose Falcon, Frankie Ballard and Rodney Atkins on Thursday night. A sold out show of 1,500 welcomed these three artists and their talented bands who gave area country music fans a big dose of their popular hit songs. Rose Falcon started the night […]

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Earlier this week on my Midday show, On the Job with Dennis, I asked my listeners to send me photos of themselves on tractors and I would post them on my blog page so we could let Rodney Atkins know he has “Friends With Tractors” here in the U.P. like his song says. I couldn’t […]

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Curb Record’s Platinum Country Artist Rodney Atkins will be in Marquette tomorrow to give country music fans a taste of some kickin’ country with his “Most Hits For The Money” Tour with special guests Frankie Ballard and Rose Falcon. Monday on my midday radio show, ” On the Job with Dennis”, I had the chance […]

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Yesterday, I had the privileged of talking to Curb Record’s Platinum selling country artist Rodney Atkins and my first radio interview couldn’t have been with a better person. Hailing from Knoxville, Tennessee, Atkins is a down home, very humble artist that gets a big thrill hearing fans sing back his songs in concert; songs that […]

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Have I told you lately that I’m originally from New York City! Many years ago, our family was transplanted from long Island to Marietta, Ohio. The shock for this city boy at the time can be described as Green Acres Syndrome! When our family exited I-77 and we began our trek to our new home, […]

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Northern Michigan University has made the country connections to bring country music artist Rodney Atkins to the UP! Thursday, October 24th the Vandament Arena will be kickin’ out the country music from Rodney Atkins. Fans will have the chance to hear Atkins’ hits “Watching You” ,”These Are My People”, “Take A Back Road,” “Farmer’s Daughter,” […]

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Chris Young’s latest single, “Aw Naw” is #8 and climbing up the charts but his latest endevour should draw even more attention to his music career. Chris  recently performed an impressive rendition of Eric Clapton’s classic hit “Change The World” for an installment of ReImagined – a new online series launched by the GRAMMY Awards® […]

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One of the first homes I purchased with my wife, Debbie had an existing vegetable garden on its seven acres. At the end of the garden rows grew this entire row of grass, 8 feet tall! I had never seen anything like it; whispy, elegant looking, swaying in the summer breeze. Debbie is quite the […]

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