Mike Summers "The Mullet Man" lives "south of the river" in Wheatfield, Indiana and is celebrating his 15th year on the air on Indiana 105.

Mike is country and rock and roll. Mike enjoys playing the drums with the local musicians and loves to bass fish!

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Country Music News July 8th

Country News

Florida Georgia Line New Song "Dirt".
Florida Georgia Line released a new single, "Dirt," today.
The song, which clocks in at 3:37, is the first single from the duo's second studio disc, although no release has been set.
Florida Georgia Line - Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley - has its first five single reach the top five, starting with "Cruise" in 2012. The song has sales of almost 6.9 million. "Stay" and "This Is How We Roll" also hit number one. "Round Here" was third last year, while "Get Your Shine On" reached number one.


Special Announcement From Garth Brooks.
Garth Brooks will hold a press conference this Thursday at 12 p.m. ET.
Garth has said he is launching a world tour in 2014, and he's apparently recording new music according to several songwriters and publishers in Nashville.
More details on those projects are expected Thursday morning.
You can watch the press conference live at GarthBrooks.com.


Dierks Bentley's "Riser Bird Movement".
Orange bird cutouts in the shape of Dierks Bentley's Riser logo were spotted on several Nashville lawns Sunday night.
The "flockings" are part of Dierks' "Riser Bird Movement" to announce his ninth annual Miles & Music for Kids event September 28 in Nashville.
Fans can "follow the flock" by following Dierks' social media accounts and searching #riser and #flockit.
To get in on the act yourself, keep an eye on Dierks.com in the coming days.
All proceeds from the Riser Bird Movement go to the Monroe Carell, Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt.

Kip Moore's new video, "Dirt Road," premieres Today on CMT and CMT.com

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (NBC) Florida Georgia Line performs.

Happy Birthday... Toby Keith is 53.
Fred Young... drummer of The Kentucky Headhunters is 56.

Country Music News July 7th

Country News

Parmalee's new video for "Close Your Eyes" is now airing exclusively at Vevo.
It's the follow-up to the band's debut hit, "Carolina."
Lead singer Matt Thomas says, "It's all about that first kiss.
I think everybody remembers where they were with that special girl or guy and they went in for that first kiss."
Both tracks are available on Parmalee's debut album, Feels Like Carolina.
Parmalee will be opening for Jake Owen Friday, July 18th at the Porter County Fair.


Taylor Swift has broken yet another record.
The singer's global Red Tour, which wrapped up last month in Asia, grossed more than $150 million,
beating the record by a country artist previously held by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill's Soul2Soul tour, which brought in $141 million in 2006 and 2007.
Swift's Red Tour kicked off in March 2013 in Nebraska, and crossed North America for six months before heading to Australia and New Zealand at the end of last year.
After a short break, the songstress began the new year with shows in London and Berlin, then kicked off her Asian trek on May 30.
Taylor is currently spending some time off the road, working on a new album.


Brad Paisley's new album, Moonshine in the Trunk, has been moved up one day for a Monday, August 25 release.

Florida Georgia Line's debut album, Here's to the Good Times, has been certified double platinum for sales of two million copies.


Patriot Guard Rides

Patriot Guard Rides

The Patriot Guard Riders is a diverse union of riders from across the nation. They have one thing in common besides motorcycles, they have an unwavering respect for those who rist their very lives for America's freedom and security. Through this area of the website, we will continually update everyone on different rides and patriotic events from around the Region. If you share their respect, please join them.



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