BIG 3: Coronavirus Sends Stocks Down, STL XFL Sets Records & TSA On TikTok
1. The coronavirus is blamed for sending stocks into a freefall. 2. The St. Louis BattleHawks cruised past the New York Guardians 29-9 in their XFL home opener in front of nearly 30-thousand fans at The Dome at America’s Center. 3. Transportation Security Administration employees aren’t allowed to use TikTok anymore.
ICYMI: Brandi Carlile Will Serve As The Official Ambassador Of Record Store Day 2020
With Record Store Day coming up in April, it was becoming crunch time to name this year’s ambassador. Luckily for us, Nashville’s Brandi Carlile made the announcement via video from her attic studio in Seattle that it would be her! “We’ve been making the physical manifestation of independent-minded music for over two decades in this…
LISTEN: Bud And Broadway’s INSTANT REPLAY 02/24
Bud and Broadway’s show in its entirety on Monday, February 24th.
LISTEN: Bud And Broadway 02/24 – Fall Asleep In The Drive-Thru
Bud and Broadway 12/24 – Dispatchers get a call from a man in a McDonalds drive-thru in Troy, Michigan about three cars in line “falling asleep” behind the wheel after a night of drinking too much.
TRENDING w/ Bud And Broadway 02/24: Coronavirus Update, BatteHawks Home Opener, And Steve’s Hot Dogs To Reopen
Here’s what’s trending with Bud and Broadway 02/24 – Coronavirus raises fears of a global reach, STL BattleHawks win their home opener over the weekend, and the Blues will play in the Winter Classic versus the Wild in 2021 in Minneapolis, MN. Steve’s Hot Dogs and Burgers is reopening on Wednesday thanks to new investors.
LISTEN: Sweet Becca From The Country Mecca 02/24
Sweet Becca talks to Luke Bryan about his new beer that was the big announcement last week that will eventually be available nationwide. NBC’s The Voice returns tonight with Nick Jonas as a new coach and talks to Blake Shelton about the latest addition to the show. Shay Mooney and Hannah welcome a new baby…
BIG 3: Amazon Cracks Down, Cards Begin Play Tomorrow & MO’s Safest Cities
1. Amazon is telling its independent sellers that it will remove any listing that falsely claims it will cure or kill coronavirus. Amazon removing items claiming to cure, treat or prevent the coronavirus from marketplace https://t.co/GwgelE7MqS pic.twitter.com/XcMnv0fgSk — FOX 5 DC (@fox5dc) February 21, 2020 2. The Cardinals begin their Grapefruit League schedule tomorrow by…