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.
Hope you all are having a great week. Crazy time a place I play golf, hang out at the other night. A HUGE house caught fire and burned to the ground. I snapped a pic. Bringing it up cause it was started by a chimney that was not cleaned out in a few years. Make sure your chimney is CLEAN!
Here’s a weird one for you. Subway yesterday, I walked in and the lady in front of me ordered her sandwich by singing her order– ALL THE WAY from the bread to paying. She looked normal but every person there was just looking around like are we on a tv show or something. It was crazy. What’s the strangest thing you’ve seen while out shopping or getting food?
Tony and I head to Lexington, Ky tomorrow for the Taylor Swift concert. She is such an amazing kid. To think 5 years ago this week she released her fist song and now, WOW, just WOW. International superstar. Very happy for her and this show is very good so it will be great. Hope to see you all before the show at our tailgate party.
We are trying to hurry back from the show to get to a party or two. Lot going on here in Nashville, and a friend from San Diego is in town. Speaking of San Diego, thanks again to EVERYONE and the kind words. Looking forward to being back on KSON and we have a new station coming on in Palm Springs next week.
Halloween is here, please be careful and have fun! Hope you have a great costume like last year when Lee Ann Womack was Lady GaGa. LOL.
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Things have been jumping around here. We have been so busy. First I have to say, just saw a commercial for the new Sandler movie. Did not think it would be possible to make a worse movie than Grown Ups but this Jack and Jill looks like it could be an all time BAD MOVIE. On to other things. We were thrilled to FINALLY be able to announce that we will be back on KSON in San Diego. We were there for so long, it’s nice to reunite with all of our old friends. I’m looking forward to being out there for a few days in the coming weeks. We should have ANOTHER southern California station on before Thanksgiving and that will be very cool.
The Tony and Kris Country Cruise is 1 year away and it’s selling fast. We hope you make plans to join us, cause it’s going to be a blast. Tony’s Karaoke Party will be a blast and some of the prizes are pretty amazing. I’m hosting a HUGE singles party. The main thing is it’s going to be FUN. CLICK HERE FOR CRUISE DETAILS
I’m back down to the weight I was when I moved to Nashville. Back to running 4 miles a day, and working out pretty hard. Feel so much better when I work out pretty regular. What’s your favorite exercise? Your least favorite?
My Crimson Tide is playing pretty well and everybody is counting down to Nov. 5th. Alabama vs. LSU. It should be an awesome game.
Songwriting lately has not been happening as much. Been busy with work. Hope to get back into that soon. Supposed to write with a gal that I went out with a few times. That should produce some interesting songs. LOL
Catch you next time. 🙂
Survey 5 Questions
Do you wear cologne/perfume? If so, what kind? I’ve got like 5. Never bought one myself so I’m not sure think one is called “Armani Code” and one is called “Burberry Men” I think
What soft drink is your favorite? Don’t drink soft drinks, I guess Diet Coke mixed with Jack Daniels
When’s the last time you had to apologize? Don’t know, probably on twitter to somebody who doesn’t get me
What is your favorite CD right now? Jake Owen Barefoot Blue Jean Night
What store did you make your last purchase from? Nordstrom
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Hope everyone’s life is great. Lot to catch you up on. Tony and I (and some friends) went to New York last weekend for the CMT Tour. Lee Brice, Josh Thompson, and Luke Bryan played a show and we got to party with them a bit. Luke’s mom was there and she listens to us down in Albany on K-Country. She’s too funny. Josh Thompson went out and hit the town with us. You should buy some of his stuff on iTunes. Won’t Be Lonely Long is my favorite song by him. Took a jog through Central Park, and got to hang most of the day at ground zero. Amazing stories down there. See photos from the New York Trip HERE
Last night may have been one of the coolest things I’ve done in the 20 years of radio I’ve worked. Under the arena here is a rehearsal area for artist to get ready for their tours. Miranda invited about 20 of us to come see her last night of rehearsal. She had couches set up in front of the stage. Tony and I had a few drinks made for us and basically got our own FULL Miranda Concert. Loved the fact she’s got “strings” in the show this year. One of my favorites from her. The show is going to be great so get your tickets when it comes to your town. A lot of pics are posted. HERE!
Hope you catch some football this weekend and that your team does well. We are getting closer to our 2 big announcements. This coming week or so we should be able to let you in on at least one of them.
I hope you all had a great weekend. Relaxing around here. Although at one point on Saturday we did have 10 teenagers in our house. Yikes.
Watched a 9/11 special last night about the “Heroes Of The 88th Floor.” Basically how two regular guys who worked on that floor of the North Tower
of the World Trade Center helped save 77 people and inspired others to do the same. While we all thank fire, police, emt, military, etc., don’t forget
to thank the families of normal folks like you & me who did extraordinary things that day. How many of us would have stayed behind rather than go
down those stairs with our wives (which is what one of them did)? How many would fight to go up the stairs rather than down? How many would
sacrifice our lives to ensure that a few other people made it down? It was a remarkable, selfless act & the special was quite moving.
Kris & I saw it happen live. We followed the news & stayed on the air from 5:30 a.m. Pacific until well into the afternoon. We shared information &
encouragement, talking with listeners and letting them vent, cry & share. It was a day we’ll never forget & one of the rare opportunities two radio goofs
have the opportunity to do something that really matters: Help bring people together so healing may begin.
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