Butch Rice, Acoustic Pop

“Soulful acoustic pop has never hit quite so close to home. Butch Rice writes of what we can all identify with, Love and Loss. With every tune the heartstrings resound as if the guitar has been in the hands of too many, slightly bruised and worn, but stronger in character.”

On tonight’s show, Butch brings the sound you loved from the 90s. You can find Butch’s music on ITunes and view recent videos on his YouTube channel. Butch wants you to watch one of his favorite projects, A Little Room.

Butch will be performing live March 2-4 at Kentucky Crafted.

Also at Good Wood Brewery that same weekend.

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What’s Up With You?… And Ross, Sarah, Sydney and Jay?

Trying to stay up to date with friends can be difficult. Even though we feel really connected…sometimes a good chat is needed. On tonight’s show we have our good friends Sydney Tyler Lofton and Jay Powell join us to catch up.

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Musical Joi with Meredith Joi

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Voice Tea

On tonight’s episode, we are thrilled to have artist Meredith Joi. 

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Also performing: Kristin Larkin, Cory Fisher, River Tramps, Damien Boggs, Jen Palmer

The album release party is Saturday, February 3rd at 6:30 pm at Cities in Downtown Columbia. Link above for details. Those attending will have the opportunity to receive the album a week or so prior to the actual release.

She brought us her new music and sang live. You can get these on her anticipated released EP. (Hint, Hint…come to the album release on Feb. 3)

“Lay Low”

“You Can Fix Anything”

Thank you Meredith for sharing your joy and talent with us! See you Saturday!




Let’s Ask About Beers…and Columbia Cares…and More Beers! Winterfest Beer Blast 2018

Tonight we have a guest, Tim Jones Executive Director of Columbia Cares. January 19th, Columbia Cares with host the 8th Winterfest Beer Blast. Breweries and distilleries from the region come together to support Columbia Cares in this “to capacity” attended event. Thank you Westbury House for hosting this event annually.

Columbia Cares, serves a 12 county region of southeast middle Tennessee. They offer services for community members with AIDS and HIV services. Social services, testing, education and prevention are the services provided.

Breweries to expect are:


Jacklope Brewing

Singing River Brewing

Ole Shed Brewing


Braxton Brewing Company

Wild Hare Beer Company

Best Brands Distributing-Wild Heaven and Mantra

Lipman Brothers-Rogue, Cigar City, Hap&Harrys-Ale, Einstok, Garr-Red Vanilla Porter

Purchase tickets at Asgard or online at Winterfest Beer Blast 2018

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A Few of Our Favorite Things…In Pop Culture

When things get heavy…just talk about your favorite things. Ross and Sarah talk about what they are reading, listening to and watching right now. We explore television, movies, podcasts, books and music.

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Hater Nation

Ross and Sarah talk about “HATERS”, their own personal ones and the culture in general. One thing is true…there will always be conflict, so therefore there will always be haters.

A Hater:  n. A negative or critical person

A person that simply cannot be happy for another person’s success. So rather than be happy they make a point of exposing a flaw in that person. Hating, the result of being a hater, is not exactly jealousy.

1. You have haters because you improved.
2. You have haters because you surpassed people.
3. People passed on you so now they hate you.
4. You weren’t supposed to become anything.
5. You stepped away from the nonsense. Haters didn’t.

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Hot Reporter in the Hot Seat, Jay Powell

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Writer for Columbia Daily Herald, Jay grew up in Franklin, TN and studied journalism at Middle Tennessee State University. What led Powell to his decision to become a journalist started with his enthusiasm of Edgar Allen Poe, specifically the Tell Tale Heart.

“Since I’ve been in Columbia, I’ve watched it grow starting with the downtown square, which spread to things like the City of Columbia Arts District, events like Muletown MusicFest and any number of businesses that have popped up around Maury County, the latest being the 6th St. district with CITIES, the Building Block School for the Arts, Muletown Live! and more.” says Powell

You will be able to find Jay soon at Cities, #laughlocal stage November 25th as well as on the radio, Vintage Radio show through Building Blocks for the Arts.

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Do You Know a Good Lawyer? The “#Lattatude” of the Law

In Maury County, there are so many amazing attorneys, but we chose Kevin Latta to join us tonight and discuss popular legal topics: criminalization of marijuana, divorce, DUI, domestic violence.

Listen, of course, but know this wisdom from Kevin Latta:

“You have the right to remain silent, very few people exercise the ability.”

“Remain respectful and protect yourself during your arrest.”

Find Kevin at Phone, (931) 269-3600 · Address. 22 Public Sq; Columbia, Tennessee 38401 or on Facebook: Kevin Latta

Links of Interest:

#laughlocal at Cities

Columbia Mediation Center

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Time for Change

Center of Hope

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