Top 10 Stories Of 2011 On KICKS 105
Here's a recap of what you checked out over the past 12 months.
A beautiful photo of Danny's daughters and friends in Galveston – but the caption on the marquee in the background doesn't go with the picture.
After a record-setting 122.4 million votes, it was country crooner Scotty McCreery who was named the winner of ‘American Idol’ season 10.
In July, Pastor Joe Nelms delivered one of the strangest invocations ever during the pre-race festivities at the Nationwide Series Race in Nashville.
Blake Shelton’s hit single ‘Honey Bee’, debuted in May on NBC’s website, and fans flocked to our website to check it out!
Tropical Storm Don was destined to hit parts of east Texas on July 29th according to the National Hurricane Center. Danny Merrell did a tremendous job keeping all of us updated on the status of the storm.
One of the best concerts at Banita Creek Hall in 2011. Thomas Rhett and Brantley Gilbert put on an amazing show in Nacogdoches on the Taste of Country Christmas Tour in November. Check out the pictures and videos from the rockin' night!
It was an extremely hot and dry summer in Texas. Here's an up close video of the 'Bearing Fire' which had consumed over 4,000 acres (at the time) in Trinity County back in June.
Trace says his new song is family friendly and should have been what he released in the first place (after pulling the plug on 'Brown Chicken, Brown Cow'). You listened to it, and gave us your feedback – which is why it's the third most popular story on KICKS 105 this year.
We got an audio copy of George Strait’s new single, 'Here For A Good Time' in June. The single wouldn't be coming out until his album release in September, so we gave you a preview of the greatness to come!
The most popular story on KICKS 105 in 2011 was none other than the audio clip of the song 'Going Places' dedicated to the late Caylee Anthony. The touching song was written by Gary Levox of Rascal Flatts and Cledus T. Judd.