It was a lot of fun to sit and talk with Brantley Gilbert. I've been fortunate enough to have worked with him since he was first signed to a major label (as you'll hear us talk about) AND I've been a fan for quite sometime. So this episode is really just a couple of guys catching up on old times and talking about the future. And that's how I've envisioned this pod-cast to be. I hope you enjoy the stories and please feel free to ema... Read more
It might seem odd for me to sit and talk with another radio personality. I mean I get it, Paul isn't a country star ... But he actually is! I'm a fan of great radio talent (or as people call them DJ's) so I jumped at the chance to talk to Paul about his amazing career!
I got a chance to sit with Brandon Lay who is one of the best NEW COUNTRY artists out right now. We talked about opening for Kenny Chesney, writing songs and how he's never watched Seinfeld!
iHeart Country On The Verge artist Jimmie Allen sat and talked about his success as an artists, and being an African American in country music isn't as big of a deal as people think it is.
JT got some time with Preston and Chris from LoCash to discuss song writing. Wait until you hear how they came up with the song "Truck Yeah", and Chase Rice discusses his road to success.
JT talks with Amy McKinney from St. Jude, builder Jeff Newton and celebrity designer Michael Moloney from Extreme Makeover: Home Edition about our 2019 St. Jude Dream Home.
JT Bosch sits down with Travis Denning to talk about his music, touring and his first fake ID.
We all know that Keith and his wife are high profile celebrities. But at the end of the day they are normal people with a family. So Kelli Cahill Santorello wanted to know what a typical day in their house is like. Can they just do normal things like everyone else?
Lori Campbell pointed out that Keith has been very willing to share the stage and his experience with up and coming artists like Maren Morris and a few years back, Brett Eldridge. So she wanted to know who, helped him catch a break when he first came to Nashville?
Keith likes to call his songs "kids". They are all personal to him. But Jacqueline Petterson wanted to know if there was ONE song that touched his heart that he wrote.
Pamela Carrier wanted to know his feelings on his girls going into music or acting. Would he be ok with that. Keith's answer was great and we get to learn how he feels about performing after all these years!
Keith's fans are passionate there's no doubt. So we had some fun and asked fan questions. The question here is from Courtney Smith. She wanted to know what was the first song Keith remembers the crowd singing back to him when he was first starting out.
Keith is on his way to having another number one song this week and this one is EXTRA special. Since the guitar riffs are from a MERLE Haggard song, he "technically" wrote the song with Merle. Keith took the time to explain how the song came about.
Keith Urban apparently blew his 1st royalty check on a Chevy Impala SS that he bought here in Charlotte. So I was wondering if he still had it. The best part was he took the time to ask ME if I had any regrets when it came to selling a car. That was really cool and of course I had an answer for him!
She will get into a 10k horsepower funny car, but a motorcycle is insane!!!
I got to find out how big a deal 4 wide really is. In fact there are only 2 tracks for this type of racing, and one is at Z Max!!!
I asked Courtney is she's ever beaten her dad in a race before. BTW her dad is NHRA legend and driver/team owner John Force
I got to spend some time with Courtney Force and ask her about the title of the Winningest female driver in NHRA Funny Car history, and I wanted to know what her dad thought!
He's here August 17th, so maybe we'll see him having dinner!
DJ Silver LOVES Jason's dog, but he's severely allergic to him.