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Stars Deal With Winter Weather Driving Too!

It’s not just us here in the U.P. dealing with horrible driving conditions! David Nail had a close call in last weekend’s winter weather when his tour bus slid off the road into a median. David and his crew were headed to play a show with Darius Rucker in Albany, NY at the time of […]

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Who Says There Is No Use for All of This Snow?

A listener sent me this incredible photo of a ice sculpture. An angel consoling a firefighter. Amazing! If you know where this sculpture is, or have any additional information about it, please let me know!

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Presidents Day Advisory

Due to the Presidents Day holiday, Joe’s blog  content for Monday, 2/17 will be limited so that he can take advantage of the federally-mandated annual opportunity to score tremendous savings on a brand-new, high-quality mattress and/or major appliance.  Or carpeting.  Free delivery and installation included.  Full content will return on Tuesday, 2/18.  Thank you.

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Luke Bryan, Eli Young Band and Thomas Rhett Share Their Smooth Moves This Valentine’s Day

This Valentine’s Day, we’re checking in with a few more country stars to see how they hit all the right notes with their significant others. Luke Bryan has a show in Pennsylvania Friday night, so he’s flying his wife, Caroline, into Scranton/Wilkes-Barre International Airport to spend the weekend with him. “Maybe we’ll tour The Office […]

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Is the End of the World Here?

Well, if you have spent more than five minutes on Facebook in the last few days, you would think that the end of the world is upon us. Let me just take this opportunity to tell all of my friends South of the Mason – Dixon line that we stand with you during these trying […]

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Shirley Temple Black, Actress and Diplomat, Dead at 85

Shirley Temple Black, the most famous child actress of the 1930s, passed away Monday night at her Woodside, California, home, according to her press agent. She was 85. Temple Black died from natural causes and was surrounded by her family and caregivers, her press agent said. Born in Santa Monica, California, on April 23, 1928, […]

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Keith Urban and Brad Paisley Commemorate Beatles’ Historic Appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show!

Keith Urban and Brad Paisley were among the artists who appeared on a CBS special on Sunday night that celebrated The Beatles‘ historic first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show. Keith joined forces with John Mayer on “Don’t Let Me Down.” Brad collaborated with Pharrell Williams and Cirque du Soleil on “Here Comes the Sun.” […]

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Beatles and Brad. A Convergence of Rock and Country!

Sunday night, February 9, marks the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ legendary first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show.  That moment will be celebrated with The Beatles: The Night That Changed America — A Grammy Salute, airing Sunday night at the same time — 8 p.m. — and on the same network — CBS — […]

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Late Night Deja Vu?

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Late Night Deja Vu?

Good night, Jay Leno. On Thursday, the longtime host of The Tonight Show will end his 22-year run on the NBC program. Leno’s final guests will be Billy Crystal and Garth Brooks. Crystal will be on the show for sentimental reasons: he appeared on the debut night of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Leno […]

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Dierks Bentley Teaming Up with OneRepublic for CMT Crossroads Next Month

Fans of the CMT show, Crossroads are accustomed to some odd pairings, but this one might take the cake! Dierks Bentley is teaming up with pop group OneRepublic for a new installment of CMT Crossroads. Dierks is expected to perform a few songs from his new album, Riser, during the show, which will premiere in […]

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