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Bonnaroo Stage Conflicts

See if you can find the JACK-fm truck in this aerial photo from last year.

Yep, only 16 days left until Bonnaroo! So, while some of you enjoy the CMA Music Fest (I still think I like the name Fan Fair better), the JACK staff and I will be covering the festivities in Manchester, TN.

21 Days 'til Bonnaroo

21 Days 'til Bonnaroo

Nerd Alert!  I have already started organizing the trip to Bonnaroo.  Why so early?  Have you seen my desk?  Still, this year I’ll be taking more friends from JACK-fm with me and we’ll be putting up more videos, pictures and such from Man

Flood Relief Cards

Still weird to see photos like these

Ok, by now you might have heard about our Request-A-Thon Flood Relief efforts for the Nashville Red Cross.  Well, we wanted to do more. 

Cake = party right?

Cake = party right?

Well, there was cake last Friday night at 12 & Porter as we wrapped up JACK’s Birth Week.  It was HUGE!   Also, who doesn’t love a vanilla cake with vanilla frosting…..DELICIOUS!  Man that cake was good.  Oh, and if you didn’t hear we also had a surprise guest drop by….  Tommy Heath of the band

The Last in Line...

1942-2010

Over the weekend a Metal Legend passed away.  Ronnie James Dio died Sunday morning from the effects of stomach cancer.  He was 67.

Weekend Flood Relief Events & More

Weekend Flood Relief Events & More

Alright, by now you’ve heard of Nashville Rising: A Concert for Flood Recovery, June 22nd at the Bridgestone Arena.  Well, tickets went on sale this morning and were quickly gobbled up.  All I can find are single seat tickets, or over priced tickets on craigslist and eBay!  (BTW-Who scalps a charity show?) 

HUGE Flood Benefit Concert

HUGE Flood Benefit Concert

Man, I have to admit…this city is pretty damn cool.  Just got the word that Tim McGraw & Faith Hill have made a few phone calls for help on the recovery efforts.  Now those phone calls have turned into NASHVILLE RISING: A benefit concert for flood recovery

Here's how to help!

Metro Fire Department Special Operation rescues a Belle Meade police officer off Harding Road in Belle Meade, Tennessee on Sunday May 2, 2010. Police officer Norm Shelton was clinging to a tree for an hour before being rescued. The location of his patrol car is unknown. (AP Photo/The Tennessean, Shelley Mays)

Updated 2:46pm 5/26

Yep, this is the Volunteer State.  We're getting a lot of phone calls from people wanting to help.  Here is a list of people/organizations that can get you started on helping out our friends and neighbors that have had their lives turned upside down by the recent storms and flooding. 

Volunteer Organizations

Thank You

Thank You

OK, let’s talk about yesterday’s Request-A-Thon.  First off, thanks to all of you that participated and gave your money to the Red Cross Flood Relief efforts.  Incase you missed it, we started taking requests (Yes, for real!) at 6am.  With a minimum of $25 dollars you could have your request played on the ai

2010 Flood Info

Thanks to all the Fire, EMS and Police personel for all their efforts over the weekend.

This weekends historic floods have effected us all in some way.  So in an effort to help, I did what I do best....copy and paste.  I did borrow this information from a very reliable sorce.  Hopefully this will help answer some questions you might have. 

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