Our good friend Drew Holcomb stops by the LC Studio to hangout before his sold out show with NEEDTOBREATHE, Switchfoot, and Colony House at Ascend Amphitheater! Drew performs “Here We Go” and “Shine Like Lightning” on 8-14-15. Stay tuned for the HD video performance on Lightning100.com!
Andrew Leahey and The Homestead Debut “Little in Love”
Good Old War - Full Set from Nashville Sunday Night [audio]
The Midnight Stroll performs "Just Hang On" and "Loosing My Mind" [audio]
Smooth Hound Smith - Full Set at Nashville Sunday Night
David Gray stopped by the LC studio before his co-headlining show Amos Lee at Carl Black Chevy Woods Amphitheater. Check out his performance of “Gutters Full of Rain” from his 1996 album Sell, Sell, Sell.
Lightning 100’s Lt. Dan Buckley chats with Jeremy, the chef at Firefly Grille in Green Hills. Listen to this episode to hear how Jeremy got his start, his training in Scotland, Firefly’s take on hot chicken and his favorite summer dish! You have reservations is flavored by Springer Mountain Farms Chicken.
Michael Ian Black (very famous) is a popular comedian who began his career with The State, a sketch comedy troupe he co-founded at New York University in 1988, which went on to have a successful run on MTV. He then co-created the Comedy Central television series “Viva Variety,” a fake European variety show. From there, he appeared on several television show before landing the role of Phil Stubbs, the quirky bowling alley manager on NBC’s “Ed,” which ran for almost four seasons. His next project was “Stella,” a television show he co-created with Michael Showalter and David Wain, which ran on Comedy Central.