Hey it's Braden, catch up with me weekday afternoons from 3pm-7pm. We'll talk country music, country people, life in Fredericksburg, fun stuff, traffic, and weather. Plus I always have tons of FREE stuff to giveaway. See you then!
A little about me... I grew up in Maryland, so bring on the crab cakes and football anytime! GO RAVENS! I started in broadcasting when I was in high school. But I didn't start out in radio... my first broadcasting job was as a weatherman on a local cable station. I spent almost 5 years bouncing around to a couple tv stations, and it eventually landed me in Fredericksburg. I was even offered a job one time at a CBS station! I always had a passion for weather, so it was a great career for me. I was one of the National Weather Service's youngest weather spotters and members of their Storm Survey Team. I studied Broadcast Meterology at Mississippi State University. So how did I get into radio? I started working part-time at Thunder 104.5 on the weekends when I moved to Fredericksburg. When I had a chance to make it a full-time career, I couldn't pass it up! My radio journey has been more fun than I ever imagined. And I have had the chance to do some amazing things and meet some amazing people. And it only keeps getting better!
The news came at a shock to everyone - including Garth. Country legend Garth Brooks appeared Monday (December 9th) on Good Morning America to promote his new music box set "Blame It All On My Roots."
During the interview, Robin Roberts asked Garth if he cared to address rumors about a possible tour. Garth replied, "between you and me, I think we'll make an announcement very soon."
Robin shot back with, "if you want to, you can make it right now." A short pause from Garth, who answered back, "well, you know what — since it’s you, and since we’ve had a history forever, let’s announce it. We’re going on a world tour in 2014." And of course, the studio audience went wild!
Garth has been saying for years now that he would return to the road once his children had graduated high school. And as long as he still fit in his Wranglers. Keep posted for more tour details coming up after the New Year.