Wednesday, April 8, 2009

The Harley Hits the Highway

Due to last week's overwhelming response, The Country Station is offering you a second chance at Half Off Wednesday certificates for The Mix: Express, Pacific Rim Cuisine, or the Katana Grill. HURRY! Sale starts at 6am and is only good while supplies last.

Today is also your first chance to get a look at the Harley Davidson Dyna Super Glide that The Country Station is giving away. Sean will be LIVE with the bike at Savino's, 1120 Commerce Drive, from 11 am - 2 pm. Keep listening to find out each of the entry locations. In honor of the Harley Giveaway, how 'bout a daily photo of your favorite country stars on their bikes? To start, here's the big boy of country music, Toby Keith, with his wife, Tricia, holdin' tight on the back seat of his motorcycle:

Chulianne is safe, and Chuck Wicks has issued himself a new challenge for next week – aside from learning the Rumba. Chuck declared last night on Dancing With The Stars that he wants to make judge Carrie Ann Inaba scream over his sex appeal! We’ll see. The Rumba has always been the sexiest of all the dances on the show, and judge Bruno Tonioli particularly appreciates the dances that steam up the room. Most platonic dance partners get the giggles getting sexy with one another, Chulianne should have no problem. But then again, the Paso Double was perfectly suited for Ty Murray, yet he got nervous and stiff. So we’ll see what happens next week. Last night, Lil’ Kim & Derek got the encore waltz, and the show regressed back to the dance-off of the least popular dances. Lawrence & Edyta scored the same; whereas David & Kym improved their score, yet still got voted off by the new math. Due to technical difficulties with incorrect embed codes, here are the links to this week’s video blogs, courtesy of CMT:

Chuck Wicks Speaks From His Office

Julianne Hough Thanks Her Fans

George Strait’s tribute is in the can. Taped while all the big names were in Vegas for the ACM’s, it will air May 27th. Friends such as such as Taylor Swift, LeAnn Rimes, Brooks & Dunn, Tim McGraw, John Rich, Jack Ingram, Dierks Bentley, Sugarland and Toby Keith paid tribute as George was named ACM Artist of the Decade. Garth Brooks made a surprise appearance to pass the torch. As appreciative as he was, George did say the event felt rather like a farewell party, “…ya know, and I’m not ready yet. Ya know, I still feel like I’m singing good and ya know, we made the last two albums down in Florida and, I don’t know, maybe it has something to do with that ocean air.”

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