Ethan Harris, who sang the National Anthem at last year's FrogFest, is representing Central New York at the X-Factor auditions in Long Island this week. He'll bypass the thousands waiting in line after winning the local competition in Rome last week. He stopped by the studio to talk about his experience and what's next.
If you caught Polly Wogg's interview with this year's Wild West FrogFest and Rodeo headliner, Justin Moore, you heard her ask him what we could expect from his live show. His reply, "mediocrity." Obviously he was joking. A reporter assigned to cover the annual Country Thunder concert in Arizona had a somewhat lackadaisical anticipation of Justin's show as well. That was until he saw it. Check out his review and some video of Justin live.
Wild West FrogFest and Rodeo headliner, Justin Mooreis hard at work on the video to his new song, "Point At You." He gives us a "behind the scenes" look from the video shoot, plus ends the video with an acoustic performance of the tune. Click to watch the video and all the FrogFest details.
14 year old Alyssa Clayton of Utica could be the next 'American Idol.' She won a golden ticket during auditions in Florida last week. This morning she stopped by the studio to talk about her experience and sing a little of Miley Cyrus' 'The Climb,' the song that won her that special ticket.
Jeremiah went fishing last Saturday at Herb Philipson's "Spring Sportsman's Show 2013" at the New Hartford Shopping Center. Yours truly, Greg "Splashin'" McShea was broadcasting live on Big Frog 104 during the event, and 100s of people were on hand for the show.
Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan will be hosting this Sunday's ACM Awards show on CBS. In this supposed behind the scenes look, Blake pokes a few jabs at Luke over his lack of experience and "pretty boy" looks. Check out the video.
It's like the drunk, obnoxious guy at a party, you want him to leave, he just won't. Ol' Man Winter keeps hanging on. Another Lake Effect Snow Advisoryin place until 10 tomorrow morning. Click for details.
Jenna Jentrygrew in Texas and now calls Nashville home, but she's no stranger to Central New York. Her father is from Clinton and her mother called Rome home. Jenna will be on stage, Saturday June 15th at our25th Anniversary Big Frog 104 Wild West Frogfest & Rodeo. Earlier this year, I had a chance to interview Jenna Jentry live in our Big Frog studio, and she gave us a live performance of one of her songs.
This year's Wild West FrogFest and Rodeo star, Justin Moore made it a family affair when his record label hosted a party to celebrate his number #1 Hit, "'Til My Last Day." His wife, Kate and daughters, Ella Kole and Kennedy Faye were all in attendance. Click to check out the video.
Our Wild West FrogFest & Rodeo guest James Wesley has released a lyric video for his new song 'Thank a Farmer.' You can see James in studio, working on the song with shots of working farmers, along with the lyrics. All in time for National Ag Day.
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