George started his career at KMAL-AM in Malden, Missouri. He has also worked at KADI-FM and Alice@955 in Springfield Missouri. George returned to Southeast Missouri radio in the early 2000’s at a local Hot Adult Contemporary station in Sikeston then transferring to the Rock station owned by the same company. George left Southeast Missouri in the late 2000’s only to return in 2011 at New Country B97.9. George can also be heard on 104.7 KREZ as well as Star 107.1.
Air Staff photos courtesy of Laura Davis Photography - Dexter, Missouri
Downtown Nashville will be making a few traffic adjustments in preparation for The 48th Annual CMA Awards, which will air live from the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Production set-up for the CMA Awards will require special traffic patterns.
Monday, Oct. 27 to Saturday, Nov. 1, and Friday, Nov. 7 to Monday, Nov. 10, from 6:00 AM– 6:00 PM/CT, the Demonbreun Street Northside curb lane, next to Walk of Fame Park, will be closed between Fourth and Fifth Avenues South.
From 6:00 AM/CT Sunday, Nov. 2 to 6:00 AM/CT Saturday, Nov. 8, Sixth Avenue South will be closed between Demonbreun Street and Broadway.
From 6:00 AM/CT Sunday, Nov. 2 to 6:00 AM/CT Thursday, Nov. 6, Demonbreun Street will be closed between Fifth and Sixth Avenues South.
From 9:00 AM/CT Monday, Nov. 3 to 5:00 PM/ CT Thursday, Nov. 6, Fifth Avenue South will be closed between Demonbreun Street and Broadway.
From 8:00 PM/CT Monday, Nov. 3 to 2:00 AM/CT Tuesday, Nov. 4, Broadway will be closed between Fourth and Seventh Avenues South.
From 9:00 AM/CT Tuesday, Nov. 4 to 4:00 AM/CT Wednesday, Nov. 5, the westbound lanes of Demonbreun Street will be closed from Fifth to Fourth Avenues.
From 6:00 AM/CT Wednesday, Nov. 5 to 3:00 AM/CT Thursday, Nov. 6, the following streets will be closed:
Sixth Avenue South will be closed between Korean Veterans Blvd. and Demonbreun Street
Fifth Avenue South between Korean Veterans Blvd. and Demonbreun Street.
Demonbreun Street will close between Eighth and Sixth Avenues South.
Seventh Avenue South will close between Demonbreun Street and Broadway.
McGavock Pike will close between Eighth and Seventh Avenues South.
From 6:00 AM/CT Wednesday, Nov. 5 to 4:00 AM/CT Thursday, Nov. 6, Demonbreun Street will close between Fourth and Fifth Avenues South.
Wednesday, Nov. 5, from 6:00 AM – 10:00 PM/CT, the Fourth Avenue Southbound curb lane (West) will close between Broadway and Demonbreun Street.
The 48th Annual CMA Awards will air on the ABC Television Network on Wednesday November 5 at 8p/Eastern.
Jason Aldean has revealed the album title, release date and track listing for his upcoming album. Old Boots, New Dirt will be available on Oct. 7 and features his brand new single, "Burnin' It Down."
He recorded the 15-song project with his touring band and longtime producer Michael Knox.
"With this new album, it's definitely the same old me," Aldean said. But I like to mix things up and try new sounds and go into territory I've never explored before, so I do a little bit of that, too. That's why I named the album Old Boots, New Dirt. ... I'm almost 10 years into this crazy ride, but in a lot of ways, I feel like I'm just gettin' started."
The track listing for Old Boots, New Dirt is below:
1. "Just Gettin' Started"
(Chris DeStefano, Rhett Akins, Ashley Gorley)
2. "Show You Off"
(Neil Thrasher, Tony Martin, Brett Beavers)
3. "Burnin' It Down"
(Rodney Clawson, Tyler Hubbard, Brian Kelley, Chris Tompkins)
4. "Tryin' to Love Me"
(Wendell Mobley, Hillary Lindsey, Neil Thrasher)
5. "Sweet Little Somethin'"
(David Lee Murphy, Ben Hayslip, Marv Green)
6. "Laid Back"
(Michael Tyler Spragg, Jaron Boyer, Adam Shoenfeld)
7. "Tonight Looks Good on You"
(Dallas Davidson, Rhett Akins, Ashley Gorley)
8. "Too Fast"
(Chris Stapleton, Lee Thomas Miller)
9. "If My Truck Could Talk"
(Wendell Mobley, Neil Thrasher, Andrew Pates)
10. "Old Boots, New Dirt"
(Lee Thomas Miller, Tom Shapiro, Neil Thrasher)
11. "I Took It With Me"
(David Lee Murphy, Ben Hayslip)
12. "Don't Change Gone"
(Neil Thrasher, Tony Martin, Michael Dulaney)
13. "Miss That Girl"
(Ross Copperman, David Lee Murphy)
14. "Gonna Know We Were Here"
(Brett Beavers, Brett James)
15. "Two Night Town"
(Tim Nichols, Brett James)
Kimberly Perry of The Band Perry has married baseball player J.P. Arencibia.
The couple married Thursday (June 12) at the First Presbyterian Church in Greeneville, Tenn., followed by a reception at the Perrys’ parents’ home. Among those in attendance at the wedding were Carrie Underwood, Mike Fisher, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton.
Local Greeneville website wjhl.com offered a few photos from the wedding.
Perry and Arencibia met in 2012. The Band Perry’s next scheduled performance date is June 20 in Austin, Texas.