Yesterday Craig and Al chose the theme young guns of the 90's of country music for the Morning Trifecta. Since all three songs were by male artists, they opted to follow it today with the theme of breakout female artists of the 90's. (These v
The theme for the Morning Trifecta on the Craig & Al in the Morning Show today, Jan. 17, was young guns of country music of the 90s. Since it was an all male line-up today, Craig & Al plan to repeat the theme tomorrow with female artists. Tune i
If current computer models and forecasts hold true, we’re finally in for winter-like weather next week.
According to National Weather Service Forecaster Mike Johnson (reported by the Montana News Network), the snow will start Sunday and then intensify into the middle of the week with significant mountain snowfall
All week Craig & Al have kept to the the theme of trucks for the morning trifecta. Today, for the final day of the series they went old school and a little off the grid with their choices. Check them out here...
Toby Keith has come along way to get to the recent, career-defining artistic statement that is 'Red Solo Cup.' He made his big-time debut as a boozy and patriotic country crooner with "How Do You Like Me Now?!" and, a couple years later, "Courtesy of the Red, White, and Blue."
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