It's Journey's Jonathan Cain
Jonathan has called Nashville home for the past four years, and one thing he has done is energize our local Make a Wish. Listen to the story that changed his life.
Mr. Alan White on the Drums!
Jon Anderson has been the voice of a generation, being out front as the vocalist for Yes.
My 'classic' Yes line-up was Jon Anderson, Chris Squire, Steve Howe, Rick Wakeman and Alan White. WOW! What a talented band.
There have been many line-up changes over the years, and right now Yes tours with a guy who might sound a lot like Jon Anderson, but has turned that band into a tribute act.
Jon Anderson has been recording new music that you can check out, "Survival and Other Stories."
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If you liked Sam Kinison, you'll love Bill Burr.
Here's Bill in the studio: Bill Burr
This is how I became Joe Elvis.
We Rock it for the ride home.
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What would you do if you lost one of your legs? I really don't think I can even imagine what folks go through, or how they recover. Whether it's from an accident, or health issues, it's something that has both a huge physical and mental impact.
The Surgical Clinic is in Nashville and helps folks get a prosthetic replacement. Aaron Fitzsimmons is one of the great people there, and Aaron has made it his life calling to help those who need help.
One thing that obviously happens is your inability to work out. Enter the Amputee Blade Runners. This was started by Aaron Fitzsimmons and Ryan Fann. Ryan lost his foot when he was 3, and has an amazing story.
Aaron and Ryan have put together the Amputee Blade Runners Color Run. It's a 5k race March 30th, at LP Field. This is the second year of this event, and they need your help raising money to help out folks.
A running prosthetic is not covered by insurace, so the organization helps amputees keep an active life, or get back into an active life. Average cost is $4,000 - $5,000! Come run in this race to help out, or maybe just volunteer your time to help out on race day.
Here's Daryl Farler, Director of Communications talking about the Color Run.