Jim and Neil from the BOB Morning Show spoke with Melissa Zuniga about LueMelit and the New Beginnings homeless shelter. Listen here!
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Country Music Hall of Fame member Charlie Daniels died Monday morning after suffering a hemorrhagic stroke. He was 83. His death has been confirmed by his publicist, Don Murry Grubbs. His legacy and music will continue to
Garth Brooks released that he will be hosting 300 live drive-in performances starting June 27. Tickets go on sale June 19 for $100 per vehicle. Don’t miss your chance to see Garth live once again! Click here for
Instead of postponing all of his shows, Alan Jackson will be hosting two drive in concerts in Alabama on June 5 and 6. The drive in will sell tickets to 2,000 vehicles, but due to rules and
One thing COVID-19 can’t postpone is the arrival of summer. June is upon us, and hopefully, that means warm weather. However, with the threat of the coronavirus, will splashing around in the lake be safe this year?
You better ‘Write This Down’ because George Strait turned 68 this past week. The country music icon, whose ‘Ex’s Live in Texas,’ celebrated his birthday Monday, May 18. We wish him well in the next year of
Under many restrictions, Gov. Walz has decided to open bars, restaurants, and salons starting June 1. Social distancing must still be implemented as well as outdoor seating only for dinning. Churches, gyms, and movie theaters will still
The final decision on whether or not to hold the 2020 Minnesota State Fair was announced today, and the Minnesota State Fair will not be held this year. We are looking forward to hanging out in BOBTown
Loretta Lynn and her husband Oliver “Doolittle” bought their Nashville home in 1961. It recently went on the market and sold for $337,000. This house is part of country music history as Lynn hosted many of her
On May 13th, restaurant and bar doors flung open in America’s Dairyland, aka Wisconsin. It seems as though their citizens had a thirst that needed to be clenched. Bars were packed, and social distancing orders were neglected