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Guests of the Tony and Kris Show!

Luke Bryan In Studio With Tony & Kris


Luke Bryan stopped by the Tony and Kris Show to talk about his hit cd & single “I Don’t Want This Night To End”, touring, getting smacked in the head with a gumball machine, and our favorite listener, his mom.

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Streaking, Budgets, A Great Video Moment, & Your Questions- Kris’ Blog

It’s almost Thanksgiving and people are starting to freak out. Been out a few times shopping and it’s funny to me seeing people already angry and fighting. Guess it’s the season. I am on a streak however. It was raining all day yesterday and I had to hit a few places, first Wal Mart. Parking lot was a mad house. Usually I always park in the back and just walk up instead of wasting gas and the extra steps don’t hurt me. I pulled up and since it was raining, thought that I’d check out the front. 1st spot, got it. Green Hills Mall is a tough place to park and I pull up, first spot open. Left there and met a date for a drink at Crows Nest. No parking there, pull up and the 2nd spot is wide open. I feel like Cal Ripken must have felt when he was on his streak.
I’m not sure what I’m doing this Thanksgiving, I may end up in Gulf Shores, Alabama or I might stay here in Nashville. Everyone that knows me knows I’m a HUGE Alabama Crimson Tide fan. Our biggest rivalry Auburn plays us Saturday in the Iron Bowl on CBS. If Bama wins, we will get to go to the National Championship Game. Roll Tide! (one of my favorite moments ever in the Iron Bowl is posted below. Listen to how excited the announcer gets)
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Thank you, Christmas Lights, and Sink Hole- Tony’s Blog

Well, we’re less than a week from Thanksgiving & only (Yikes!) 36 days from Christmas! Are you ready? Hopefully you’ll
have the chance to hang with family. We’re excited because we get Lexi home for a few days next week. It’s always a treat to have the whole gang under one roof. Other than that it’s business as usual. Nashville will slowly start shutting down over the next few weeks
so things get pretty quiet for the holidays. No complaints here.
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