Old Dominion will be joining us in studio at 8:30 this morning. We will be talking about music, but we are also doing a giveaway where caller 25 will win a trip for two next July in Seattle. This trip includes Airfare, 3 nights in a hotel, backstage passes to meet the band and of course tickets to the show.
Stranger Things reveals Season 4’s first episode title. Did you know that Nov 6 was Stranger Things Day, in commemoration of the day Will Byers went missing into the Upside Down world?
Todd and Julie Chrisley want to get away for Thanksgiving and spend it in the Cayman Islands, but first they need permission from the judge. Right now they are on bond release from their federal tax evasion case. As part of the condition of the case, they are restricted to travel in Georgia and TN…. (isn’t the Cayman islands the place where people have off shore bank accounts?)They say they’ll provide a full itinerary of their travel to their probation officer and immediately surrender their passports once they return. The judge has yet to rule on the request.
Frankie Ballard and wife Christina, are expecting their first child together. They are also not learning the gender before the birth. Frankie asked some friends for some parenting advice and FGL’s Tyler Hubbard taught him “that new babies require most of your love and attention, but never forget how much TLC your Mrs. Sweetheart baby needs and deserves as well.”
If a Hingham police officer pulls you over this month and they look a little different than you remember them, just know that it’s all for a good cause. The Hingham Police department has been given permission for the first time ever to participate in Home Base No Shave, a program in which first responders donate to help Veterans and military families by letting all the facial hair grow! Hingham Police, including the Chief of Police will get to grow their beards out for the first time. Lt. Ryan O’Shea said “It will be fun to see what people’s beards are like, if they’re straggly, if they’re grey. It will be fun to see the chief with a beard, we’ve never seen that before.”
We are trying to make something really cool for veterans and their families. So if you have a family member who is a vet, or a current member call this number and leave a voicemail message telling us how much you appreciate them and their service to this country: (785) 200-8878 When you call we aren’t going to answer because we want you to record a message. Make sure to tell us your first name and their first name and where you are calling from!