Month: January 2016

I LOVE what I do…LOVE IT!  I’ve been doing radio since I was 18 years old, when I had to take a beginning annoucing class as part of my way to my BA in Mass Comm.  I remember that it was Wednesday, Jan 16, 1985, when I cracked the mic for the very first time.  […]

The O’s Taylor Young – Burly Lower Vocals, Guitar, Kick Drum John Pedigo – Higher squirrelly vocals, banjo, lowebro, harmonica, tambo We started our group in the summer of 2008 in Dallas, Texas having known each other through all of our other groups (Polyphonic Spree, Young Heart Attack, Slick 57, Rose County Fair, Hi-Fi Drowning.) […]


January 20, 2016

With all the recent deaths in the music community, everyone at KHYI wants to send our condolences to all of the families, friends and fans that have been affected. We are very sad to have lost David Bowie, Glenn Frey and unfortunately many others but we will always remember and appreciate all that they have done […]

Lee Ann Womack – The Way I’m Livin’ In a world of faster, harder, louder, Lee Ann Womack wants something far more radical: to be real. Strip it all away, get to the core of life, love and raw emotion – and you find songs that distill it all to the stopping power of a hollow […]

We’re a couple weeks into the new year, and although I’m not one for making resolutions, I continue to strive to be the best I can be. I do have a goal of losing at least 10 pounds this year. I continue to work out 2 to 3 times a week and walk a few […]

MUST READ ALERT! GQ got a hold of three of our favorite artists for interviews. These guys are putting real music back on the map and deserve all the national recognition they get. Click below and enjoy! GQ&A with Chris Stapleton GQ&A with Jason Isbell GQ&A with Sturgill Simpson

Rolling Stone Country has released their Top 40 Albums from 2015 and we are proud to say that around half of them are artists that we play on a regular basis. The list includes many of our favorites such as The Turnpike Troubadours, Mike and the Moonpies, Lindi Ortega and the Randy Rogers/Wade Bowen album. […]

What I Want From 2016 “Want” is a weird word.  It suggests a sense of entitlement- which could not be more contrary to what I want from this year.  I want for all of us to be intentional- to choose to live with/for a purpose much greater than ourselves.  This is much trickier than one might think. […]

Missed Chuck Taylor’s interview with fitness guru and one of the authors of Younger Next Year: The Exercise Program Bill Fabrocini this morning?  Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!  You can listen to the entire interview right here!  

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