You never know what you will get when you tune in to the Bruce in the Morning Show. I will make fun of just about anybody and anything. If it's on your brain, then we can talk about it, so I always invite you to be a part of the show.
It is impossible to put into words the sorrow I feel about the heinous act committed in Newtown, Conn. If there's one place we want to feel our children are safe, it is in school. Couple that with the fact that this was an elementary school and it is next to impossible to wrap my mind around it. 26 people lost their lives and nobody will ever be able to make sense of it.
We were excited to bring the LoCash Cowboys to Sedalia for a special acoustic concert. Chris and Preston put on a fantastic show. They entertained us with songs we've heard them sing on the radio as well as hits they've written that were recorded by others. They also told the story behind the music and some stories of past experiences in Sedalia.
This is just about the perfect time for holiday burnout. We've been going strong since Thanksgiving, we're deep in the middle of unavoidable holiday oversaturation, and there are still two weeks until Christmas.
It is a tradition at the radio station to commemorate each employee's birthday with a cake. Each cake is decorated to reflect the personality of the individual having their special day. This year, the staff decided on a "Caddyshack" theme for my cake. That's a perfect theme for me. Plus an opportunity to quote the movie in the break room as we all fill our faces.
On Saturday we'll welcome the LoCash Cowboys to Sedalia. Of course, we suggest buying your tickets in advance for this special acoustic show. For details on how you can get discounted tickets click here.
Because this is also a holiday show, I can only imagine that you'll be among the first to see them do their new Christmas song live. It's called 'What Time Is It?," and you can watch the music video for the song below.
My friends will sometimes ask what I want for Christmas. I always have a hard time answering them. The material things I would like to have are items that I cannot afford. Since all of my friends are in a similar socioeconomic position as myself, I get uncomfortable talking about presents. There are a few things I know I don't want though.
With the Locash Cowboys coming to Sedalia on Dec. 15, Chris took some time out to talk with me about the show. As we spoke, he covered some of what the band has done in the past year and revealed what 2013 has in store for them.
This is the best parody of "Gangnam Style" that I've seen yet! Check out this video from the Peterson Farm Bros, a couple of guys from Kansas that make music videos to promote agriculture. Be sure to thank a farmer for your food!
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