“I feel like women in my grandmother’s generation were expected to put on a pretty face and not really show their crazy sides,” Kacey Musgraves said, describing the ideas behind the three-time ACM-Award nominated song she cowrote with Brandy Clark and Shane McAnally. “Now, it’s a bit different.”
CBS Sports football analyst Boomer Esiason joins Booger and Rich to break down the match-up in this Sunday’s Super Bowl XLVIII.
The current president of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, David Baker, stopped by our table on Radio Row at the site of Super Bowl XLVIII to chat with the guys, and while doing so happened to share just which one of the three Bucs HoF finalists he’s a HUGE fan of.
UFC President Dana White took time to sit down with Booger and Rich on Radio Row this morning to chat about the UFC’s current fortunes, its upcoming schedule of events, and, at the behest of our own morning show’s Chris Dingman, just what exactly is going on with one-time UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St-Pierre.
NFL Hall of Famer Lynn Swann sat down with Booger and Rich this morning on Radio Row to share his thoughts on a variety of football topics, including, of course, this Sunday’s Super Bowl XLVIII and its participants.
“The GRAMMYs actually heard the song and they stepped up right beside me, saying, ‘Hey, we hear you. We get it. We’re with you.”
GRAMMYs exec producer Ken Ehrlich on how Kendrick suggested a collabo with Imagine Dragons and what goes into getting Beatles together.
It’s a moody anthem that serves as the closing song on his 2013 album’ Two Lanes of Freedom.’ McGraw was drawn to it’s “timeless” quality.
“When we were about to pick the first single I really lobbied for ‘Merry Go ‘Round’ because I’m out there every night and I can tell you, hands down this is the one people are connecting with. I’m really glad that was my first thing to say to the world.”
Frontman Ezra Koenig on about how their hit single from the GRAMMY-nominated ‘Modern Vampires of the City’ went through a rough ugly duckling stage until they figured out that vocal effect—you know the one.