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  • Why Don't We Just Dance

    Posted by Dan Stone

    Josh Turner's new album Haywire is out today. Check out Why Don't We Just Dance video.

  • Nice Going Tim & Faith

    Posted by Dan Stone



    » Some Enchanted Evening: Country artists Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Taylor Swift and Julianne Hough were among the celebrity attendees at the Entertainment Industry Foundation's (EIF) Unforgettable Evening Wednesday (1/27) in Los Angeles. McGraw and Hill were presented with the organization's Courage Award for the efforts of their charitable organizations the Tug McGraw Foundation and Neighbor's Keeper. Swift performed "Fifteen," "Love Story" and "You Belong With Me" at the event. Tom Hanks, wife Rita Wilson, Steven Spielberg, Reese Witherspoon and Christina Applegate also appeared. The event benefited EIF's Women's Cancer Research Fund.

  • St. Jude Moment

    Posted by Dan Stone
    Valory Music Co artist Jewel

    meets a St. Jude patient during the annual Country Cares for St. Jude Kids® seminar in Memphis. Y100's St. Jude Radiothon is set for February 11-12 at Bay Park Square in Green Bay

  • Hunting Down Hunger

    Posted by Dan Stone

    The Green Bay Packers’ “Hunting Down Hunger” program has money available to donate and is inviting non-profit organizations with hunger relief programs that primarily serve Wisconsin residents to submit applications.
    The application process is available online at www.packers.com/community/hunting_down_hunger.
    Hats remain available for purchase online at www.packersproshop.com, as well as in person at the Packers Pro Shop. More than $100,000 has been raised thus far through the sale of orange caps.
    Three styles of the hunter orange hats with the Packers’ ‘G’ are available: two baseball caps ($15), one orange and one with a camouflage pattern, and an orange cold-weather knit hat ($10). The hats also have the words “Hunting Down Hunger” on the left side. Each sale of the hat will result in a $5 donation going to charity.
    The Packers previously raised more than $1.8 million for charity efforts through three similar campaigns: breast cancer (pink caps, 2005-06), heart disease (red caps, 2006-07) and support of service men and women and their families (dark gray, 2007-08).