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The ‘Steve & DC Show’ Rides Again. Duo Reunited For Mornings At Tuscaloosa’s ‘93.5 The Bear.’

The “Steve & DC Show” is being revived at Townsquare Media country “93.5 The Bear” WFFN Tuscaloosa. Steve Shannon, who has been hosting mornings at “The Bear” since 2016, will be partnered again with DC Daniel, to bring back the morning show that was formed in Birmingham and later went into national syndication, based at the former WKBQ St. Louis, which they joined in 1991. At the height of the show’s popularity, the “Steve & DC Show” was heard in more than 40 markets nationwide.
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[Photos] Rod Wave Performs for a Packed Tuscaloosa, Alabama Crowd

Tuesday, September 14th, Rod Wave hit the stage at the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater. The anticipation was through the roof given the history of this particular show. Rod Wave was originally scheduled to perform in Tuscaloosa on August 31st. Ahead of that date, people began to wonder if the tour was in jeopardy due to Rod Wave's recent Instagram live session. During the live, he mentioned that he has to turn himself into the police soon, but did not give any other information as to why.
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Together Again: The Return Of The Steve & DC Morning Show

“Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened”. Those were my final words on the old Steve & DC Show. I was walking away from a longtime radio partnership that had incredible highs and a few lows too. A radio show that had been syndicated on 40+ radio stations, achieved record high ratings in St Louis, & even fired and rehired after a stupid on-air remark. The radio show featured a cast of crazy characters that were like family. But my own family needed me, so I packed my bags and came home to Alabama to be closer to my aging parents. More on that coming up.
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TUSK CALENDAR: Who's playing and what's happening

Shawn Williams: 6-9 p.m., Lookout Rooftop Bar, Hotel Indigo, 111 Greensboro Ave. Tuscaloosa. Cherub: 6 p.m., 21 and up, Rounders Bar, 1215 University Blvd., Tuscaloosa. The Dukes of Country: Rhythm & Brews, no cover, 2308 Fourth St., Tuscaloosa. Debbie Bond Trio: 6-9 p.m., Lookout Rooftop Bar, Hotel Indigo, 111 Greensboro...
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[Photos] Keith Sweat & Johnny Gill Hit the Stage In Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Keith Sweat said when he hit the stage at the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater, "We outside!" Tuscaloosa had an amazing time outside witnessing two legends hit the stage. Sunday, September 12th, the Grammy-nominated, hit song making Johnny Gill graced the stage at the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater and put on a show. Johnny took us to church on stage with a little praise break and even sung some of the New Edition classics.
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Theatre Tuscaloosa holding auditions for ‘All Together Now’

Theatre Tuscaloosa is casting singers for “All Together Now,” a global fundraising event arranged by Music Theatre International. Auditions will be held on Thursday, Sept. 23 from 7 to 10 p.m. in the Wilson Carr Rehearsal Hall on the Martin Campus of Shelton State Community College. The special fundraiser event...
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"Always ... Patsy Cline' returns to Theatre Tuscaloosa's Bean-Brown Theatre

Being as this weekend represents Theatre Tuscaloosa's fifth production of "Always ... Patsy Cline," the machinery needed just a bit of tune-up. Lauren Wilson returns for her fifth embodiment of Patsy's fan and friend Louise Seger. The company has built this set, or something similar, before. Some musicians in the live band have played the Bean-Brown Theatre numerous times, if not on stage, then from the pit below. Patsy's iconic red cowgirl dress may be new for this run, but it calls to mind earlier incarnations, bold and bright, decked with spangles and fringe.
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TUSK CALENDAR: Who's playing and what's happening

Tabitha Cooley: 6-9 p.m., Lookout Rooftop Bar, Hotel Indigo, 111 Greensboro Ave. Tuscaloosa. Riley Green, Corey Smith: 7:30 p.m., Tuscaloosa Amphitheater. Tickets are reportedly sold out, but may be available through re-sale sites. www.tuscaloosaamphitheater.com. Borgeous: 9 p.m., $20, 19 and up, Rounders Bar, 1215 University Blvd., Tuscaloosa. FRIDAY. The Chase...
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Theatre Tuscaloosa celebrates 50 years with ‘Always … Patsy Cline’

Theatre Tuscaloosa is celebrating its 50th anniversary with time-honored favorite “Always … Patsy Cline.”. The musical tells the true story of the friendship between Patsy Cline and Louise Seger. In celebrating their 50th anniversary, Theatre Tuscaloosa brought back the Patsy Cline production. The show goes on from Sept. 10 to...
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MARK HUGHES COBB: Should 'Patsy' run always? You'd be crazy not to try

Would Theatre Tuscaloosa fall to pieces if it didn't perform “Always … Patsy Cline”? They’d have to be crazy. Crazy for not tryin’. Crazy for not letting folks commence to cryin’. And cuh-razy for losin’ revenue. Here's the thing about shows that come back, stories that get retold, movies that...
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Photos: Bama's Million Dollar band practices in Oxford

The University of Alabama's Million Dollar Band stopped this morning on their way to Atlanta to practice at Oxford High School. The 400 member strong band left Tuscaloosa at 6 a.m. in an eight charter bus caravan as well as an 18 wheeler carrying equipment. Today's football game against Miami...
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DON NOBLE: Keith Huffman's essay collection focuses on family stories

“The Portable Creek” is a collection of about 66 previously published short pieces. Keith Huffman, a native of West Alabama, raised around Gordo, is now a licensed professional counselor in Lee County and a graduate student at Auburn University. He placed these pieces mostly in the Opelika-Auburn News, over the last five years.
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Constructed Complexity exhibit highlights collage and assemblage art forms

The Paul R. Jones Museum’s fall exhibit, “Constructed Complexity: Assemblage and Collage, features Amalia Amaki, Benny Andrews, Joy Ballard Peters, Hans Bhalla, Allan L. Edmunds, Selma Glass, Sam Gilliam, John T. Riddle Jr., Molly Brooke Threadgill and others. Who: The exhibit is free and open to the public. When: The...
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