The “Nights With Geno” Podcast

I’m finally doing it. I’m one of those radio elitist dweebs who’s always said podcasts are for people who want to be on the radio who can’t make it on the radio. But it took a few great podcasts to get my mind reset on the whole thing. And now that I’ve done a fewContinue reading “The “Nights With Geno” Podcast”

2018 Tampa Country MEGATICKET Concert Lineup

Not any big surprises. Last week I shared the details for the West Palm Beach MegaTicket and the Tampa list is pretty similar, except the Luke Bryan and Kenny Chesney concerts which can’t be included since our tour stops for those two are at Raymond James Stadium and not an amphitheatre like West Palm’s. ListenContinue reading “2018 Tampa Country MEGATICKET Concert Lineup”

MegaTicket Lineup For West Palm Beach

I’ve had a bunch of people ask, but no word yet on a Tampa Country MegaTicket, but West Palm Beach has announced theirs so maybe this provides some clues to what we have to look forward to! Luke Bryan and Kenny Chesney are both playing Raymond James Stadium, not the Amphitheatre so that will differContinue reading “MegaTicket Lineup For West Palm Beach”

The QYK Guitar Pull Signed Guitars

This coming Monday, we announce the lineup for the 3rd QYK Guitar Pull. This will be the biggest one yet. So big, it’s being moved to the Straz Center in Tampa. The QYK Guitar Pull is a unique concert experience. At most shows, artists take the stage one at a time. You have that longContinue reading “The QYK Guitar Pull Signed Guitars”

New Miranda Lambert Florida Concert Tour Date Announced

Miranda Lambert posted the dates this morning for her “Livin’ Like Hippies” world tour that kicks off in January. While there’s no Tampa date, at least yet, it’s just a short drive to Orlando. And that’s where Miranda will be January 19, 2018. After that concert, she heads to Atlanta before the tour moves toContinue reading “New Miranda Lambert Florida Concert Tour Date Announced”

Brett Eldredge at the WQYK Fun ‘N Sun Country Concert in 2012

When Brett took the stage that day, he didn’t have any big songs on the radio. Only a few dozen made the 3 minute walk to the back of Coachman Park to watch his performance.