South Georgia country superstar Thomas Rhett is back on the road in 2023 for the Home Teams tour and The Kix Crew has your Kix Tix! Joining him for the ride will be Nate Smith and Cole Swindell. With his good time energy, it’s bound to be a good time and one mammoth show you […]
After a storm delayed victory over Gadsden County, FL our Vikings (2-0 on the season), will enjoy hosting Rock Creek Christian Academy out of Maryland this Friday at The Concrete Palace! Catch all the action The Friday on your home for The Vikings, 99.5 Kix Country!!!
Unfortunately, according to the River Jam’s website, The Spirit of the Suwannee park took a direct hit from Hurricane Idalia and must cancel this year’s festival. The statement says that the park is closed indefinitely to clean and repair damages, but refunds for tickets will be issued when they reopen. For more, click here. Loading…
60 years ago – In 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. declared “I Have A Dream!” to 250,000 people in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. 116 years ago – In 1907, two Seattle teenagers started up a local delivery service called American Messenger Company. Today, Jim Casey and Claude Ryan’s little company […]
Congratulations to Mike Boatman from Hahira! Mike won Kix Tix to see The Zac Brown courtesy of “Michelob Ultra Concert Series”! Next up, Thomas Rhett!!!
The summit of Mount Everest is about the size of two Ping-Pong tables. Hillary Clinton worked at a salmon cannery in Alaska after she graduated college, but got fired for being too slow at scooping out salmon guts. The first text message ever was sent on December 3rd, 1992 by a British engineer. And it said […]
1993 “When My Ship Comes In” by Clint Black peaks at No. 1. 1995 Elton John & Tim Rice take home an Oscar for “Can You Feel The Love Tonight.” 1995 “Forrest Gump” wins six Oscars. 1998 The FDA approves Viagra. 1999 “How Forever Feels” by Kenny Chesney peaks at No. 1.
160 years ago – In 1863, a young journalist in Carson City, Nevada, one Samuel Clemens, published a report in the “Virginia City Enterprise” using his new pen name Mark Twain.The name “Mark Twain” came from his days working on Mississippi riverboats.It was an expression that meant the water was two fathoms deep . . […]