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  • The Tribe - Just Believe +

    This started with the Cavaliers, and now it's the Indians turn to face the tons of doubters who continually tell Read More
  • Sarah Kay's Nashville News, Week of 10/17/16 +

    Nashville News: Friday, 10/21 The Songwriters Hall of Fame has announced its nominees for induction in the Class of 2017.  Vince Gill is the only country artist nominated for the honor. Other possible inductees include Madonna, Gloria Estefan,  Jay-Z and Bryan Adams.The Songwriters Hall of Fame is dedicated to recognizing the work and lives of those composers and lyricists who  create music around the world.   Kane Brown has revealed the title, release date, and tracks for his upcoming debut album. His self-titled debut album is set for release on Dec. 2 and will feature 11 songs. Kane contributed heavily to the songwriting on the album, and the tracks also feature  contributions from Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley from Florida Georgia Line, Chris Young and more of the other top songwriters in Nashville. Read More
  • What you can 'Wynn' on Wynn, Kay and the Morning Crew! Week of 10/10/16 +

    Listen at 7:40 for your chance to win:   A pair of  tickets to see:   JOE NICHOLS on Saturday, October 22nd at 8pm at The Goodyear Theatre!   Also listen to win:   Read More
  • Sarah Kay's Nashville News, Week of 10/10/16 +

    Nashville News: Friday, 10/14 Just call her Professor Reba McEntire. She shares her insights on performing and vocal technique on the online learning platform MasterClass.  Reba says, “I love to learn from other people, so working with MasterClass, being able to share some of the lessons I’ve been taught, is exciting! For the first time,  I’m getting to offer up what I believe makes a killer song, my vocal techniques and some tidbits I’ve experienced throughout my career." The class is $90. Other celebrities offering classes include Christina Aguilera, Kevin Spacey, Usher, Serena Williams, Dustin Hoffmanand screenwriterAaron Sorkin.   Luke Bryan had to make a trip to the hospital recently for surgery to repair his broken clavicle after a biking accident last week. He let fans that he is doing okay with a  photo of his now-mended clavicle after getting treatment. The photo was a picture of an x-ray. Fear not, Luke is back at it already returning to the road for his Farm Tour and  his sexy S moves. Read More
  • Tribe Time Is Our Time - Today +

    Wrote this a few months ago, thought today would be a good day to revisit. When the Cavaliers won the Read More
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Fri Oct 28 @ 7:00PM -
Parmalee @ The Dusty Armadillo
Fri Oct 28 @ 7:00PM -
Cam @ The Thirsty Cowboy
Thu Nov 03 @ 7:00PM -
Eric Paslay at House of Blues
Sat Nov 05 @ 7:00PM -
Michael Ray @ The Dusty Armadillo
Fri Nov 11 @ 7:00PM -
Chase Rice at The Goodyear Theater

Almost every Friday, I am at the movies seeing the biggest release of the week and preparing the written movie review seen here weekly.  But not today. The dryer is not working and I am waiting on the repair man. 

You know the drill. You wash clothes without a worry in the world. Then the dryer kacks. You call, and they are very nice to you at the service center.  They look at the schedule and give you the needed, but dreaded, time slot of opportunity.  And my call on Monday, gave me the "Friday, between 1-5pm," slot.  This is a tactic I believe made world famous by the cable company. Although as I remember their window was far wider.  At first, it was darn near picture window sized.  They've had to narrow it down since to avoid countless mutiny's of business.  Generally it's a 4 hour window, and you of course have to be home for the guy to show up.  And for the most part, that's fine. Overall my schedule allows that. There are some benefits to getting up at a million o'clock, doing the show with Sue Wilson on WQMX, and going home early.

But as understanding as I try to be, there is something I will never understand about the whole exercise.  I have never been the "One Guy."  You know, where they show up at 1 o'clock? "The One Guy!"  I long to be the one guy.   I mean someone is the one guy!  There supposedly is a charmed residence somewhere on that digital schedule where the repair man shows up at 1, does his thing, and by 1:30, life returns to normal, and One Guy is free to keep his tee time, work appiontments, or keep his blissful afternoon plans.  But over the years of repair people showing up, I am yet to be, the one guy.

To be honest, I don't really think the one guy even exists, I think he's as mythical as a winged Pegasus.  I think they just want you to think he exists!  And what exactly does it take to make yourself the one guy?  Maybe my technique is bad when I call.  I mean, I'm polite and respectful as I know those guys work hard.  I often wonder if there's some secret word, code, or phrase, like "The dove only flies at night....."...then they answer, "Yes, but he is flying into the wind at dawn."  I might try that approach next time.

But being fair, I have never been the Five Guy either.  You know, where the repair man shows at 5, and then finds the distaster of his - and your day?  Where the part breaks that never breaks? Then the poor guy stays until you are dishing dessert?  Today, I was the 2:50 guy.  More than halfway through the famed window, which is better than I expected.  I am usually about the 3:40 guy.  Long enough wait to make you look out your front window a lot, but not long enough to start huffing and puffing and lightly cussing. 

Dave called, and about 20 minutes later showed up with a smile and got me going.  And I am happy to report that I am drying a weeks worth of laundry, care free as we speak.  Today, I will proudly proclaim that I am the 2:50 guy, and I will wear that mantle with honor.  And luckily the streak is in tact, and I avoided being the five guy  - yet again.   I still have some daylight, and can catch a late afternoon movie for reviewing.

But sadly, yet again, one guy greatness has eluded me and is just out of my grasp.  And I can't help but think longingly about - one guy.  And wonder if he is  mocking us all knowing he was at the head of the line  - yet again, and was tidied up by 1:30.  

Darn you one guy......darn you!

Dryer on the DL.