FRIGHTFUL FRIDAY!!! HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!

Well the Halloween Weekend is upon us….kids WILL be all amped up on sugar, wearing face masks that limit vision…..They won’t be paying attention, so Please LOOK OUT for the kids this weekend!!!




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Birthdays for Friday, 10/30/09

Music:

Grace Slick 70/singer, Jefferson Airplane, Starship

Timothy B. Schmit 62/bass-vocals, The Eagles

T. Graham Brown 55/country singer, “Darlene,” “Don’t Go to Strangers”

Kassidy Osborn 33/singer, SheDaisy, “Little Goodbyes”

And the late:

Patsy Montana–1908-1996/Country Music Hall of Fame singer, “I Want to Be a Cowgirl’s Sweetheart”

General:

Henry Winkler 64/actor-director, Fonzie on TV’s Happy Days

Harry Hamlin 58/actor, TV’s L.A. Law

Ben Bailey 39/comedian, host of TV’s Cash Cab




JUSTIN MOORE

SPOTLIGHT ARTIST OF THE DAY: JUSTIN MOORE

Justin Moore was born and raised in Poyen, Ark. One set of his grandparents raised cattle and he helped with the chores. The other grandparents taught him how to hunt and fish. Although he was a star athlete in high school, he moved to Nashville after graduation to pursue a music career. He teamed with songwriter-producer Jeremy Stover to record some demos of original songs, which eventually found their way to Alan Jackson‘s producer, Keith Stegall. Moore will release his debut album on the Valory Music label in 2008.




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STUDIO 330 IN THE MORNING SESSION CUT OF THE DAY: MICHELLE BRANCH

Just three years after Michelle Branch first picked up a guitar at the age of 14, she was signed to Maverick Records with an album in stores. Branch’s debut, The Spirit Room, was produced by John Shanks (Melissa Etheridge, Chris Isaak) and issued in August 2001, spawning the leadoff hit single/video “Everywhere.” Although she lists such classic rock acts as Led Zeppelin, the Beatles, and Jimi Hendrix as prime influences, Branch’s music is more akin to such modern-day female artists as Lisa Loeb, Alanis Morissette, and Melissa Etheridge, something her more mature 2003 album Hotel Paper displayed. In 2005 it was announced that Branch had begun a project with Nashville singer/songwriter Jessica Harp. Originally dubbed the Homewreckers, the duo shortened their name to the Wreckers and released their debut album, Stand Still, Look Pretty, in 2006. ~ Greg Prato, All Music Guide

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