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Bubba

It’s so nice to be able to work in your Hometown. I was born and breed right here in Montgomery. Having served my country in the U.S. Navy and moving out of state for a couple of years really makes being home again even more special. I love country music and the Bama Country listeners.

Born: 1954: Jackson Hospital
High School: 1972 Graduate of Sidney Lanier
Favorite TV Show: was “Spencer For Hire”
Favorite Movie: anything with John Wayne
Favorite Food: If it’s dead I’ll try it at least once!
Children: 1 daughter and 6 Grandkids (not my fault)
Favorite past time: Baseball and Alabama Football
What I want to be when I grow up: I’ll let you know when I grow up

Thanks for letting me live my dreams.

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  • Dennis

    This morning (5/12) you got down on U of F being the party school. That is OK – Just as you are a die-hard alabama fan, I am die hard gator. For years Florida has ridden the high “tide” while bama was hung out to dry. But somebody in T town woke up and went and got themselves a couch. Nick Saban is a great fit for Alabama and you see what he has done in the short few years that he has been there. I’m sure that the tide is back and hopefully the gators will be up to the challenge this year. Will see when they get together this year.

  • Brina

    Hey Bubba,
    So glad ya’ll finally got “I pray for you”. I think I started calling 2 weeks before you got it in. Love the song and now that ya’ll are playing it more everybody is loving it as much as I do. Although I think they need to shorten the name of the band, the song is still great. Please continue to play it as much as possible.

    Thanks
    Brina

  • Bud Bays

    Hi , this is Bud Bays record producer for Black Crow Records JV and singer songwriter COUNTRY BOY ROLLING STONE. I’d like to send you a copy of our just released cd titled “Honky Tonking Too Long” by COUNTRY BOY ROLLING STONE. The cd features 9 brand new songs written by Bill Crowder aka COUNTRY BOY ROLLING STONE and some outstanding musicians. Leading the way is W. S “Fluke” Holland on drums, Johnny Cash’s drummer for 40 years. Recorded at the Dickinson’s Zebra Ranch in Coldwater Ms. Please send me your land mailing address if this is something you’d be interested in for your radio station.

    Best Regards,

    Bud Bays

  • Rebekka Day

    I heard on the radio the other day when you were advertising the need for donations for Keleigh Nobels family. I am not sure of the dates yet but i do know that some people are planing a carwash to get some more donations for this family. This was a terrible tragedy for anyone to have. I was wondering when the dates and times get in place, what would have to be done so that this can get out to the world of radio. I know that they will be taking clothes for the children and also monetary donations.

    God Bless,
    Rebekka Day

  • Marvin Beacham

    Can you please tell me who the kids singing the National Anthem on you show are and how I can get it.
    Thanks

  • Cindy Reynolds

    Recently switched from the other country station, and your morning show makes my day!

  • Wanda Johnson

    Hey Bubba. I now listen to BAMA now that you are there. Hope you are enjoying your new station. God Bless you and your family. Keep the Country Music coming.

    Wanda

  • Randy Hirst

    Hey Bubba,
    heard you were looking for the name of the Borden cow, I don’t know where your caller got her info but heres the real scoop.

    Created as one of many characters utilized to promote issues during the farmer/dairy processors milk-wars of the 1930s, Elsie the spokescow rose above the others to garner the adoration of the public. Slowly, her popularity began to grow. Then in 1938, she moooved further into the limelight after being singled out from the pack of mascots by a radio commentator. Soon after, Elsie began receiving fan mail. From then on, it was clear Elsie was Borden’s perfect mascot.

    By 1939, Elsie’s popularity was growing strongly. But, at that point, she was just a two-dimensional drawing used for magazines and newspapers, or a character on the radio. The people wanted more.

    At Borden’s 1939 New York World’s Fair exhibit featuring Borden’s machinery and 150 Jersey cows, consumer surveys revealed that 20% of the questions related to Borden’s machinery, 20% to the location of restrooms and an overwhelming 60% asked which cow was Elsie. Borden responded by selecting the most beautiful of the 150 Jersey cows to be the real life Elsie.

    The real life Elsie made her first appearance at the 1940 World’s Fair as Borden’s featured exhibit. Like the rising starlet she was, Elsie began to receive countless requests for her appearance at various engagements.

    In 1940, Elsie married Elmer, who would later become the famed mascot for Elmer’s Glue. Elsie also became a mother to Beulah and showed off her new calf at an encore appearance at the New York World’s Fair. And in July of 1947, added a little boy to the family. Elsie decided to let fans chose the name of her baby bull – and at the close of the contest, more than a million entries had been received with the name Beauregard selected as tops.

    Elsie announced, in 1957, that she was pregnant again—with twins! Once again a calf-naming contest was held. This time, over three million entries were received, tallied and judged. Then it was all said and done, Elsie was the proud mother of beautiful calves Larabee and Lobelia.

    Over the years, Elsie remained both in the hearts and minds of parents and their children of all generations. Elsie starred in several animated television commercials, a full-length motion picture and a traveling tour with a special appearance, dubbed “Borden Day”, at Walt Disney World in Orlando, FL. as well as many other events through the years. Today, she can still be seen laughing and smiling on a number of Borden branded products.
    Source(s):
    cremora website

  • http://yahoo.com Krislin Boatfield

    Hey Bubba
    Whats up Im krislin the one who loves to say plege in the morning.
    I love to listen to you and CJ in the morning.
    Holidays are awsome with family and friends around.
    Im always spreding joy around the holidays and every day.
    Happy Holidays from Krislin Talk to you and CJ soon Peace.
    P.S.
    “LOVE YALLS SHOW”

  • Tine Herbst

    Love your show, listen on the internet all the way from Denmark, Europe. When your on the air in the morning it’s afternoon her.
    Have a great weekend

    Tine

  • Cindy Reynolds

    Would love to hear Alan Jackson’s Ring of Fire! Why aren’t you playing it?

  • Candice Smitherman

    Bubba,
    I miss hearing your show in the mornings. (I have recently moved to North Dakota) So tonight I decided to listen via the web. Thanks.

  • Michael Admire

    Hey Bubba!
    I was wondering is there a possibility of emailing in requests for Legends Saturday Night? I am a fan and would love to know any info you could give me on this. Thanks

  • http://bamacountry98.9.com Dorothy

    BUBBA, PLEASE COME BACK TO THE MORNING SHOW!!!!!! I MISS YOU IN THE MORNINGS!!!!!

  • CHARLTON PLACE

    COULD YOU DO A LIVE BROADCAST FOR CHARLTON PLACE HEALTHCARE AND REHAB ON APRIL 9TH .. ALL THE PROCEEDS GOES TO THE ACTIVITY DEPARTMENT FOR THE RESIDENTS

  • Katie Stephens

    I really really miss listening to you in the mornings!

  • Sandy

    Bubba,
    Bama County really missed up when they moved you off of the morning show. I have switched to 103.3 in the mornings just because the morning show on Bama Country is just plain AWFUL! I listen to you in the afternoon. Please come back to the morning show!!!

  • http://BIGSTARTAVERN.COM Ashley Wood (Michelle Mcdonalds daughter)

    Hi Bubbua, I work at Big Star Tavern in prattville formely known as TLS Lounge. Not sure if u remember me,but we are holding our 2nd annual Autism Fish Fry and Bike Ride Saturday April 16th. This will be an all day event 7am – till . we will have fish plates for 7 dollars (meat and 3 sides) all proceeds will go to The Learning Place here in prattville. They teach children with learning differences and my nephew is one of her students which influenced me to have these fundraisers. My question, Is there anyway u can broadcast this for me? Even better I would like to have you out to dj for a couple of hours ? I would be willing to compensate you for your time and help. Look foward to hearing from you! Thanks for your time and God Bless!!

  • Liz

    Bubba, There’s a great new band out of Nashville called “Acklen Park”. They just released their CD in March and it is DYNAMITE. Can you play some of their tunes? Their website is http://www.acklenparkonline.com. The lead female singer’s family hales from Montgomery and Elmore countys. Please give them a listen and play a song or two for me. Thanks

  • Jennifer Chandler

    I was wondering if you would be available 7/23/11 for the evening

  • Jennifer Chandler

    for hire do you DJ or entertain?

  • Tonia Lucas

    THANKS FOR MY BDAY WISH!! :)

  • Tom

    Bubba’s HILARIOUS! Definitely makes 98.9 worth listening to. :)

  • Warren, Debbie

    I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed your morning show with CJ, I really miss hearing you in the mornings. I love CJ too, but the morning show is not the same anymore. I keep my grandchildren so it is really hard to listen to you in the evening. I so wish you were back on in the morning.
    One of your Biggest Fans

  • Horsleywedding

    hey Bubba, I’m looking for info on your DJ services

  • destiny

    can u play rodney adtknis -Take the back road one more time plzz xoxox

  • Punkentoes

    please get me some tickets

  • jeremy little

    i was born for listening to country music

  • Mmercer1030

    Can we get some women singers…barbara mandrell, loretta lynn, kt oslin…please

  • Melodymariem

    I was wondering why you don’t play Tim Culpepper more often. Tim is such a gifted upcoming singer. Tim will be one of the top singers of all time. Tim has the older country singers voice. I put Tim’s singing up there with the likes of Don Williams, Willie Nelson and such greats as these.

  • Jessicamcghar

    hey bubba…I’m looking for info on your dj services

  • http://www.facebook.com/FISH1997 Fish Mike Fischer

    WHERE HAS CJ GONE? BEFORE M Y SURGERY ON JULY 23RD I LISTENED TO 98 ALL DAY LONG AND AFTER MY SURGERY I COULDN’T DRIVE FOR CLOSE TO TWO MONTHS SO I DIDN’T LISTEN TO THE RADIO MUCH:( I STARTED TO GET AROUND A LITTLE AND LISTEN TO 98 AND HAVE HEARD A NEW VOICE DOING TRAFFIC. TANNA DOES A GREAT JOB LIKE CJ BUT I WAS CURIOUS AS TO WHERE CJ HAS GONE.

  • Ken Young

    Howdy from an old friend and classmate from Lanier class 1972…..Haven’t seen you since you DJ’ed the class reunion at Maxwell in 1992. Hope all is well? I see you changed your “format” to country. Hope to hear back from you…..

  • Jim

    Had to move to Nashville, TN with my job. This is supposed to be the “Heart of Country” However, I am still tuning in every Saturday night to listen to your Saturday Night Legends. It’s the best show anywhere!

    How about playing “Who’s Gonna Fill Their Shoes” for this old Bama Boy if you get a chance?