Your Concert Station KISSIN' 977 welcomes another hot rockin' country artist that is always on fire on stage, who's bringing some friends along when his Highway Desperado Tour comes to the Pacific North West.
They are one of the hottest duos not just in country music, but in the pop world as well with a string of hit songs played on country, top 40, and adult top 40. Dan + Shay are coming to the Washington State Fair this Summer performing favorites like 10,000 Hours, Speechless, Tequila, Glad You Exist, and their new hit single on KISSIN' 977 called, You.
Every Saturday morning from 6am-10am, wake up with Bobby Bones as he counts up the hottest songs in the country with the Country Top 30. You can also catch it again Sunday nights from 7pm-11pm on Kissin’ 977.
Back in 2021 (gee, that seems so long ago), Morgan released the album, Dangerous: The Double Album. There are 30 songs off this album. THIRTY! Most albums have about 12 songs. Seven of the 30 songs were hits. four of them went to number 1. And honestly, more songs off that double album could have been hits as well, and Kissin’ 977 could be playing them as new singles for another year. But Morgan Wallen apparently has a lot more to say. Because already he’s got a third studio new album coming out on March 3rd, called, One Thing At a Time. And on this album, he has 36 songs! THIRTY SIX!
A couple weeks back I wrote an article about What Makes a Person a ‘Local’ in the Wenatchee Valley. And I got some great answers from listeners. But one theme that I found interesting was there were places, names, and things that locals from Wenatchee…and quite frankly anyone in Washington State would say. In fact, that last sentence is example number one.
Nate Smith isn’t from Nashville to Texas, or Montana. Smith is from a tiny town in California with a population of under 2,000 up in the foothills east of the college town of Chico called, Paradise. Many know about Paradise because the horrific wild fire in 2018 that was the deadliest and most destructive wild fire in California history, and the most expensive natural disaster in the world. And yes, Nate Smith's childhood home burned down. Which inspired him to write, One of These Days.
For many of us Shedders, and Kissin’ 977 listeners, waiting for the lineup and dates for Watershed 2023 was like a kid who was counting down the days until Christmas. We all had our wish list filled out, and Thursday night before announcement day, artists and bands danced in our dreams, all in hopes that we’ll see them soon perform live at the Gorge Amphitheater, August 4th, 5th, and 6th.