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Garth Brooks Caused an Earthquake at His Baton Rouge Concert

Garth Brooks Caused an Earthquake at His Baton Rouge Concert

Something seismic happened at GARTH BROOKS’ concert in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on Saturday.  The crowd got so loud during his performance of “Callin’ Baton Rouge” that it caused a small earthquake. He was performing at Louisiana State University’s Tiger Stadium and a seismograph on the campus recorded the quake around 9:30 P.M.  The song is an unofficial anthem for LSU fans…

Surprising Artists Who’ve Never Had a #1 Hit

Surprising Artists Who’ve Never Had a #1 Hit

Some of the biggest artists in the world have never had a #1 hit on the Hot 100.  Here are some that might surprise you: 1.  One Direction.  They did get to #2 with “Best Song Ever” . . . and Zayn Malik and Harry Styles have hit #1 as solo artists. 2.  Shania Twain.  “You’re Still the One” hit #2, and that was her…

James Hetfield 5/13/22

James Hetfield 5/13/22

Metallica‘s James Hetfield cited two of his early guitar influences. Loudwire reported during the promotional video for Hetfield’s new Hardwired Master Core strings for Ernie Ball, he explained how both metal and punk icons helped lead the way to his unique style of rhythm guitar. Hetfield was quoted as saying, “For me it was a little more raw, the…

What Makes You Fell Like An Adult When You Turn 18?

What Makes You Fell Like An Adult When You Turn 18?

Everyone has seen that 30-year-old on social media who posts a photo of a sink full of dirty dishes . . . with an exasperated caption . . . along with the hashtag “#ADULTING.”  So this isn’t shocking . . . In a new survey, only 53% of Americans felt like an “adult” when they…

Local News 5/13/22

Local News 5/13/22

News 5-13-22 AK State police are searching for two suspects in an armed robbery that happened Wednesday night at a Nittany Minit Mart. Troopers say that two Black males went into the Minit Mart in Coalport just before midnight on April 11, and robbed the store. They held the employees and a customer at gunpoint.…

Flashback 5/13/22

Flashback 5/13/22

It was 52 years ago Saturday (May 14th, 1970) that Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (CSNY) released their single “Ohio” as a tribute to four students killed by National Guardsmen on May 4th, 1970 during anti-war protests at Ohio’s Kent State University. David Crosby and Neil Young were together in the days following the shootings, and were both distraught over…