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Win a copy of Ray Price’s last album, Beauty Is…the final sessions with 99 KZ Country! NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Beauty Is…the final sessions, the last recordings of Country Music Hall of Fame member Ray Price, debuted on the Billboard Country Album chart at #22 in April 2014 marking his highest album debut week since the 1981 release of Town […]
Carlos Santana will perform an instrumental version of “The Star-Spangled Banner” Saturday at Game Four of the 2014 World Series between the San Francisco Giants and the Kansas City Royals in San Francisco, a Fox spokesman confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter. Country singer Trisha Yearwood will perform the national anthem before Game One Tuesday in Kansas City. Singer Phillip Phillips has […]
Puppy Love My dog chewed the tongue on one of my new, expensive running shoes. I hoped to save my investment, so I took the sneakers to a shoe repair shop. I placed them on the counter and told the man, “My dog got hold of this.” The repairman picked up the shoe, looked it […]
Today, enjoy at least one song an hour from The Who on 96.9 “Like” KFIX on Facebook.
October is Country Music Month. At 99 KZ Country, Real Country, we celebrate Country Music Month with an “Artist of the Day” all month long. Today’s “Artist of the Day” is Randy Travis. Listen for a song each hour by the day’s artist. Check the list to know when your favorite artist will be featured: […]
Alan Jacksonopens his 25th Anniversary Keepin’ It Country Tour Jan. 8 in Fort Myers. Dates are planned through May, with Capitol’s Jon Pardi and Slate Creek’s Brandy Clark in support. See the full itinerary here. Join fans of 99 KZ Country on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/99KZCountry
Broken Bow’s Jason Aldean will continue his Burn It Down Tour into 2015 with 23 more dates and two new guests, Warner Bros./WMN’s Cole Swindell and Columbia’s Tyler Farr. The second leg of the tour will kick off Feb. 12 in Greenville, SC. More dates here. Join fans of 99 KZ Country on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/99KZCountry
Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry released a new memoir titled Rocks: My Life In and Out of Aerosmith earlier this month, and he’s wrapping up a book-signing tour in support of the tome tonight in Los Angeles. In Rocks, Perry charts his journey from a guitar-obsessed teenager to becoming a driving force in one of America’s […]
First and foremost, the action and violence that are on display in “Fury” and equally riveting and revolting. It’s been a good long while since a film really captured the horror of war and put it front and center. When coupled with great set design, realistic effects and beautiful cinematography, this film provides a haunting […]
Long Speech A man was giving a speech at his lodge meeting. He got a bit carried away and talked for over two hours. Finally, he realized what he was doing. “I’m sorry I talked so long,” he said. “I left my watch at home.” A voice from the back of the room said, “There’s […]
Today, enjoy at least one song an hour from Gins N’ Roses on 96.9 “Like” KFIX on Facebook.
October is Country Music Month. At 99 KZ Country, Real Country, we celebrate Country Music Month with an “Artist of the Day” all month long. Today’s “Artist of the Day” is George Strait. Listen for a song each hour by the day’s artist. Check the list to know when your favorite artist will be featured: […]
NICEVILLE, Fla. (AP) – Dustin Lynch says he’s gotten a few stitches and he’ll be OK, but the guy who threw a beer can at him got away. Lynch was performing in Niceville, Florida, on Friday at the Boggy Bayou Mullet Festival when someone beaned him with a full can of beer. Lynch had a […]