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Afton is a Country-Pop 17-year old singer/songwriter/guitarist from Seabeck, Washington. She learned to play the guitar when she was 11 years old and wrote her first song when she was 12. She is an honor student and also enjoys hanging out with friends and family and having as much fun as possible!
Afton Prater recently released a 6 song EP, called ‘I Want a Truck’.‘I Want a Truck’, is a Nashville produced, energetic upbeat mix of pop and country music. It's a must listen for pop and country music lovers.Sunset Chevrolet/Trucks (Seattle area) is partnering with and promoting Afton and will be using the fun catchy song, I Want a Truck, for advertising on television and radio throughout Washington. Afton is an amazing performer and has opened for country stars Kelsea Ballerini and Josh Thompson. Afton also sang the National Antheim at Safeco Field for the 2015 Richard Sherman Celebrity Softball Event. Her debut EP, ‘Stay With Me,’ is great collection of self-written songs that has made waves in the teen and Top 40 market. Afton won Best Country Songwriter and Best Teen Songwriter at the 2013 Indie Music Channel Songwriter Awards. She also won Best Female Teen Artist and Best Teen Album (Stay with Me), in the 2014 Indie Music Channel Annual Awards Ceremony. Her Nashville producer, Sean Giovanni, was voted Producer of the Year and Best Country Producer for his work with Afton’s music. ‘Stay with Me’ has received outstanding reviews and amazing radio support. The first single, ‘Forever With You,’ shot to #1 on the popular The Radio Café Indie Music Countdown where it remained for several weeks. http://aftonprater.com
Kyle Bronson - 7 P.M. - Winner of NeSmith Dirt Late Model Series Showdown on the Coast at Golden Isles Speedway
Richie "Rocketman" Stephens - 7:15 P.M. - NeSmith Street Stock Champion; Winner of $10K race at Golden Isles Speedway; will share thoughts on new replica chassis option available.
YONKERS, NY – October 21, 2015 -- Driving Me Crazy duo John & Laurie Wiles open WHYT Radio's Thursday broadcast at 10am with Bugsy "Car Talk" Lawlor and Win Morrow. The Thursday, October 22nd show will feature the 2016 Chevrolet Trax LT.
Richard Thomas, Mount Vernon City Councilman, and recent Democratic Primary winner for Mayor of Mount Vernon, speaks to the latest addition to his family, Diane, and if time permits, we will also engage in Mount Vernon politics. Mr. Thomas attends the show at 10:30am
Felicia Campell, author of "The Food of Oman" invites our listeners to explore the recipes and stories from the Gateway to Arabia through her recently published book, "The Food of Oman". Ms. Campbell attends the broadcast at 11am.
Hezi Aris jumps onto the international arena for news reporting and analysis during the balance of the remaining time slot. We conclude our broadcast at 12Noon.
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7 p.m. – Adam Martin: Going for the big prizes (Chevy Super Series Championship, Cruise With The Champions Rookie of the Year, Hoosier Road To Dega Bonus) at his home track in the Dega 100
7:10 p.m. – Jeremy Shaw: NeSmith Chevrolet Weekly Racing Series Late Model winner on Friday night at Magnolia Motor Speedway to put Trak-Star Race Cars in the Chassis Championship hunt
7:20 p.m. – Mike Boland of Boland Performance/Trak-Star Race Cars on winning their fourth NeSmith Chevrolet Chassis Manufacturers Challenge Championship.
On today's episode of Talking in Circles, we talk about the running of the AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway. That was the end of the Challenger Round of the Chase, and four drivers have been eliminated. One of the drivers eliminated was Jimmie Johnson. We'll break down why the 48 team was eliminated, and talk about what the 12 that advanced need to do to not get eliminated in the next 3 races.
During the victory celebration for Kevin Harvick, his #4 Chevrolet got into the wall. This raised many eyebrows among his competitors because they're wondering why that car got into the wall and got damage? Were Kevin Harvick and the 4 team trying to cover up something illegal on the rearend of the car? Or was it just a coincidence. We'll talk about that.
Also, the number 78 Furniture Row Racing team was handed a P2 Penalty for something that took place during inspection, prior to Dover. We'll talk about how inconsistent that ruling is, and whether or not we think it was the right call by NASCAR.
With the first round being over, we'll give our predictions of which 8 of the remaining 12 drivers will move on from the Contender Round, and into the Eliminator Round (round 3) of the Chase. The races in this round are Charlotte, Kansas and Talladega. Last season, this round eliminated some note worthy names including Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Will we see this happen again?
One of the hot topics coming out of this weekend was the crash by NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver, Austin Theriault. Theriault, a driver for Brad Keselowski Racing, got tagged by his teammate, Tyler Reddick, and sent into the outside wall, head on. The wall that Theriault hit didn't have a SAFER Barrier, and his wreck resulted in a fracture in his lower back. We'll talk about why there still isn't SAFER barriers around these tracks...
And also your phone calls at 917-889-8280 come join the conversation!
7 p.m. - Michael Arnold - NeSmith Weekly Racing Series Late Model current point leader and Winner at Talladega Short in Week 12
7:10 p.m. - Terry Smith - Chevrolet Performance Super Late Model Series winner at home track Talladega Short Track
7:20 p.m. - Richie “Co-Host” Stephens - NeSmith/AR Bodies Street Stock Division Winner at Talladega Short Track and current points leader
Balloons Over Mt. Vernon Radio Show #5 brought to you by Rare Chophouse. Tonight's guest will be: Scott Owens from State Farm, Jeff Schmidt from Schmidt Chevrolet/Cadillac, Roy Schmidt From Ford Square/King City of Mt. Vernon, Balloon Pilot Randy Conklen (Sunkissed) and Balloon Pilot Al Reusch (Knot Again). Balloons Over Mt. Vernon is dedicated to promoting and educating the general love of aviation while giving back to our community. You can also listen to our show at http://www.BalloonsOverMtVernon.com/radio.html or via phone at (657) 383-0522.
Kevin Sitton - 7 P.M. - NeSmith Weekly Racing Series Late Model Winner at Battleground Race Park
Josh Adkins - 7:10 P.M. - NeSmith Weekly Racing Series Late Model Winner at Talladega Short Track
Steve Pate - 7:20 P.M. - NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division Winner at Talladega Short Track
7:00 – "Double E" Evan Ellis - Double Win NeSmith Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series at Magnolia Motor Speedway
7:10 – Magnolia Motor Speedway “Mr. NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock” Justin McRee
7:20 – The 2015 NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division National Champion Richie Stephens
7:05 PM - Matt Henderson - Winner of the NeSmith Dirt Late Model Series event at I-75 Raceway; Emotional win that was won in front of hometown crowd, and put the #H2 Duayne Hommel Tribute Car in Victory Lane with Duayne Hommel and family in attendance.
7:20 PM - Brooks Strength - NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division 2nd Place in Points after a successful 2015 season.
This weeks episode is a show down at the OK Corral....LITERALLY for a very special event Shoot To Kill Cancer. Bubba & Tom are joined by pitcher Tim Wood live and Channing Boyd of the OK Corrall located at 9449 NE 48th Street, Okeechobee, FL 34972 will be calling in live from the event at 915 am EST.
Then Bubba, Tom and the super model Layla Von Athey will join Major League Baseball players Carl Pavano, Tim Wood, Laynce Nix, & Bucky Dent at the OK Corral for the shoot out after which they will hold a meet and greet and sign autographs for all the fans.
Doin' It Bubba Style is YOUR weekly Saturday morning interactive motorsports show that airs from 9 to 930 am EST hosted by Bubba and Tom Lloyd, the father and son award winning car building team from the Silver TELLY Award winning TV show Hot Rod Reality and recent Business Hall of Fame Inductees as well as current magazine article writers for Fairway Living.
Currently in production with their new network TV show Bubba and Tom will be bringing you an engaging weekly Saturday morning 30 minute motorsports show that features a live call in question & answer segment and answering your motor sports e mails sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, the latest in projects being built at Bubbas East Coast Rods & Customs, intriguing technical segments, celebrity guests, products reviews by their huge inventory of sponsors and the latest with their TV and radio shows.
Welcome back to the Frat House Sports Garage. Kick back for an hour and chat some NASCAR with the fellas this evening from 7 - 8pm (ET). It's a short week because the final "race before the Chase" will go green on Saturday evening at Richmond International Raceway and the 16 finalists for the Sprint Cup will be determined when the Checkers fly.
Last Sunday it was Carl Edwards that successfully courted "The Lady in Black", capturing his 2nd 2015 race win at Dalington in an event widely applauded as a tribute to the heritage of the sport. The lower downforce aerodynamics package utilized made the racing more competitive. There was still some "clean air" dominance but it was an improvement and the guys will get into it.Did you see the race? What were your impressions? How about the broadcast reunion of Ken Squier & Ned Jarrett?
This weekend signals the end of the "regular" season in stock car racing. The series returns to Richmond for the 2nd visit of the year, and returns to the original 2015 rules package which features higher-than-Darlington downforce, a taller rear spoiler, harder tire construction and "clean air" dominance for the leader out front. Calling all cars! Calling all cars! Will Chevy dominance pick up where it left off in the first half of the year? Can the recent JGR-TRD success equate to a Championship 10 weeks from now?
The boys are hanging around the Garage for an extra hour this evening, be sure to stop by and get your "setup" for the weekend. Give a call with your opinion, too: 347-826-9964.