I'm a lucky dude. I get paid to do what I love and wouldn't change a thing about my life. I consider myself a well-rounded entertainer who focuses on comedy, pop culture, technology and sports…but the listeners know better and only listen because they were forced to. Because of my irreverent presence on air, a local church even formed a prayer group specifically for saving my soul. In all serious, I'm the dude you hear on the radio and see all over Facebook. I have lots of tattoos, I love riding my motorcycle. I also have an extreme fondness for ranch dressing and Monster Energy Drinks - but not together. I love NASCAR, the New York Yankees, Chicago Blackhawks, Houston Texans, Houston Astros and Houston Rockets. My back hurts.
Fundraiser & Food Drive for the Food Bank of West Central Texas
Lawrence Hall of Abilene is holding this event to raise money and non-perishable food items for our food bank.
Abilene Mentioned on TMZ and it Doesn’t Make us Look Bad
It's been fairly obvious that any time Abilene makes any form of national news, it's never a good thing.
Abilene-Area Hometown Heroes Hall of Heroes
Please take a moment to virtually thank these Hometown Heroes for all of their sacrifices.
Help Us Honor Hometown Heroes from the Abilene Area
If you'd like to join us in honoring these amazing men and women, of our community, please send us a photo and a short bio of your "Hometown Hero" and we'll feature them on our website and social media pages.
Ways to Support Local Businesses During a Crisis
Many businesses are shutting down, but some won't be able to open back up without our help.
Our Radio Station Offices Will Be Closed Until Further Notice
We're closing our offices to the public, temporarily, as a measure to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Cinemark Theaters Close Indefinitely Amid Coronavirus Concerns
Abilene's Century 12 and Cinemark Abilene, along with San Angelo's Cinemark Tinseltown, will be closed during this time.
Abilene and Wylie ISD Offer Free Meals for Students While Closed
With schools closed throughout the week, due to coronavirus fear, both school districts are offering free meals for needy students.