I love people and I love what I do. Whether I am at a concert, a local fundraiser or a 'live on location' broadcast I get to meet listeners. I am also a huge music fan and I am crazy about the new music as well as the old classics. One of the blessings of the morning show is talking to you and learning the needs of our community. When I'm not at the radio station, I enjoy spending my free time with my beautiful wife, my five wonderful daughters and three awesome sons. I've been a Boy Scout all my life, therefore I believe we all need to spend more time in the great outdoors camping and enjoying quality time together. Mostly though, I am the happiest when I'm on the radio.
Learn About Urban Legends Around Abilene
The Abilene area is not without its share of scary ghost stories or urban legends. I doubt that you can find an Abilenian that hasn't heard about the 'Lady Ghost Of Fort Phantom' or the mystery surrounding the 'Anson Lights'.
The Silver Spur Gun & Knife Makers Show Comes to Abilene
Don't miss the Silver Spur Gun and Blade Show, and the Texas Knife Maker's, Knife Show at the Taylor County Coliseum Feb. 24th & 25th.
Kiwanis Club Chili Day and Auction Benefits Local Children
If you like chowing down on some good ole Texas chili and you like helping children, then you're going to love the Kiwanis Club of Greater Abilene.
Find Everything for Farming, Ranching and Hunting at the Expo
If you're looking for a place to hunt, a new farm tractor or holding pens for cattle. The 'Texas Farm, Ranch and Wildlife Expo' will have everything you need.
15 Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About Abilene
I thought I knew a lot about Abilene, but I learn something new all the time. Here are some interesting facts you probably didn’t know about our fair city.
Jackson Taylor & the Sinners Return to Abilene
Jackson Taylor and the Sinners return to the Firehouse Bar and Grill, Saturday, February 17th. Tickets are on sale and available now. This is an 18 & up show.
Eating Lions Club Spaghetti Helps Send Kids to Summer Camp
The 41st Annual All You Can Eat Cactus Lions Club Spaghetti Supper is February 17th at Craig Middle School. Lions Club members boast "their sauce is the best."
Two North Texas Men Lose Fingers and Feet Due to Flu Complications
The flu epidemic in Texas continues. A Dallas man will have his fingers amputated and a Forth Worth man will have both of his feet his fingers amputated due to complications from the flu.
Kids in Abilene Are Hooked on ‘Neighborhood Fishing’ Program
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is hosting the 'Neighborhood Fishing' program. The event is Saturday February 17th at Nelson Park in Abilene.
Dance With Your Dog at the Fur Ball February 17th in Abilene
Rescue the Animals and the Abilene SPCA are hosting Abilene's only dinner dance for people and their dogs. This years theme is "M*A*S*H" February 17th.
Check Out Prophets and Outlaws at the Firehouse Bar and Grill
Make it a weekend to remember when you party with Prophets and Outlaws at the Firehouse Bar and Grill, February 3rd. Tickets are available at the Firehouse .
Veterans Gather to Share War Stories and Memories in Abilene
The 31st annual 'TET Reunion' will be at the Taylor County Coliseum's Display Building. Enjoy food, drinks, displays, memorabilia and a 'USO' type show.