Just when people thought they had Bill Engvall figured out, he shows a completely different side—one that has everyone scratching their heads, thinking, “I did not see that coming.”
Sure, he’s well known for his “Here’s Your Sign” shtick and the whole “Blue Collar Comedy” tours thing. He’s also known for the goofy roles he’s taken in films like “Delta Farce“ alongside fellow comic Larry the Cable Guy.
With a tagline of, “2 States, 2 Time Zones – 1 DAM Great Race,” the 2nd Annual “Run Laughlin“ — Laughlin/Bullhead Half Marathon and 5K takes to the hills and bridge and byways of the area on Sat, Dec 3. Actually, it takes to a bit more than that, and longer than that, with a Pre-Race Expo that kicks things off on Friday. But the run is the fun for those who like their activity served up foot over foot. And with these two races in one event, they can do so and enjoy the view as well.
John Michael Montgomery is proof there is life after labels for country music artists. Despite the fact he had a successful history as an established artist in Nashville in the ’90s, with more hits in his back pocket than many of his contemporaries, the musical climate changed and record deals were difficult to come by. But Montgomery didn’t fade away by any means.
Yep. The show playing the Avi going by the title Ben and Noel Haggard with The Strangers is definitely connected to the late Merle Haggard. If the name “Haggard” wasn’t enough to tip you off, then you should have recognized “The Strangers” as being all about Merle. If you didn’t, then maybe Bakersfield country isn’t your cup of Zingo’s black coffee.