Category Archives: Jim, Deb, and Kevin

Suicide Prevention Month: Deborah Shares Why it’s Important

Suicide Prevention Month: Deborah Shares Why it’s Important

Losing someone you care about it is difficult for anyone, yet losing someone you love without any warning is hard to fathom. Imagine never getting the chance to say goodbye. Imagine daily phone calls and constant laughter woven in to your existence, and suddenly that person is gone. Ten years ago, someone very dear to me ended their…MORE

Today is National Cheeseburger Day!

Today is National Cheeseburger Day!

Today is National Cheeseburger Day.  And according to a new poll, 82% of Americans say they LOVE cheeseburgers. The poll also asked people for their favorite type of cheese to use on a burger.  And it was close, but AMERICAN was the top pick.  Here are our five favorite types of cheeseburger cheeses . .…MORE

Garth Answers Questions from YOU on JDK!

Garth Answers Questions from YOU on JDK!

Gotta love when Garth agrees to get up early to join us on WFMS! Hands down, he’s one of the nicest guys in the business. Seriously, the NICEST. We’ve been fortunate enough to chat with Garth several times over the past couple of decades, so we figured it would be cool to open the opportunity…MORE

Remembering 9/11

Remembering 9/11

In honor of 9/11 17 years ago, Alan Jackson wrote & performed ‘Where Were You Win the World Stopped Turning’ at the CMA Awards, where you could hear a pin drop. No one was allowed in the building during sound check, and the audience was in tears. Something to share with your kids!MORE

JDK talk with FGL

JDK talk with FGL

Jim, Deb & Kevin talk with Brian from Florida Georgia Line about FGL Fest Saturday, why it’s okay to be fashionably late and his recipe for avoiding a hangover…  MORE

Jim, Deb, and Kevin

Suicide Prevention Month: Deborah Shares Why it’s Important

Suicide Prevention Month: Deborah Shares Why it’s Important

Losing someone you care about it is difficult for anyone, yet losing someone you love without any warning is hard to fathom. Imagine never getting the chance to say goodbye. Imagine daily phone calls and constant laughter woven in to your existence, and suddenly that person is gone. Ten years ago, someone very dear to me ended their…