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Author Archives: Will Hearn

High School Playbook: TSSAA Blue Cross Bowl And A Visit From Clay County

It’s the final installment of the High School Play for the 2016 season. Schools across the state have gathered in Cookeville for the TSSAA Blue Cross Bowl. We’ll hear how the tournament is progressing as well as where the tournament will go after this year. Also joining Larry Stone at Chick-fi-La, Interstate Drive, Cookeville this week is Clay County’s Basketball ... Read More »

High School Playbook: Basketball Talk With The Cookeville Cavaliers And Jackson County Blue Devils

Basketball season is underway in the Upper Cumberland. The Cookeville Cavaliers’ Coach joins Larry Stone this week live from Chick-fi-La, Interstate Drive, Cookeville, along with several members of the Cookeville Cavaliers Girl Basketball Team. A couple of Jackson County Boys Basketball Team members also pay Larry a visit to talk Friday night’s game. We’ll also hear from DeKalb and White ... Read More »

High School Playbook: Basketball Starts Up Around The Upper Cumberland

Basketball season is getting underway across the Upper Cumberland. Joining Larry Stone this week at Chick-fi-La, Interstate Drive, Cookeville, is Upperman Bee’s Coach Dana McWilliams as well as several members of the Upperman Girls Basketball Team. Joining over the phone, York Institute’s Russell Tays shares how his team is getting ready to take on the season. Also announced, the football ... Read More »

9 O Clock News Local Edition – Gretchen’s Wheel Revisited

Name: Gretchens Wheel Genre: Alternative It started as a desire to sing and turned into a full international project. Lindsay came from a musical family and for a while stretched into the area of classical and even opera. While she enjoys these stylings, her guitar and her songwriting back her back to her other loves like the Posies. After sending ... Read More »

9 O Clock News Local Edition – Atomic Dogs Revisited

Band:  Atomic Dogs Genre: Rock While they may be a newer band, the experience among it’s members is certainly not. Playing in various band and being a part of the local music scene in the Upper Cumberland over the past several years, Atomic Dogs feature a group of guys with a clear passion for the music they make. Their first ... Read More »

9 O Clock News Local Edition – Andrew Adkins

Band: Andrew Adkins Genre: Americana/Blues/Folk Andrew is a songwriter first and performer second, he’s been making music in groups and solo around the Nashville for a few years. Having worked with the group Mellow Down Easy before pursuing the solo side of making music, Andrew has quite a few influences reflected in his music. You can follow him for performances ... Read More »

9 O Clock News Local Edition – Cryptic Calling Revisited

Band: Cryptic Calling Genre: Alternative/Rock Hailing from Smyrna and performing mostly around the Nashville area, Cryptic Calling return to talk about the release of their self titled debut and plans for performing and writing more material. With a start in metal bands, they’ve shifted towards more of a mainstream rock sound whose early influences shine through in their music. You can ... Read More »

High School Playbook: Gordonsville Continues To Week 2 Of Playoffs

With a final score of 41-32, Gordonsville claims a victory against Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central, and continues to week 2 of playoffs to face Wayne County. This week, Larry Stone recounts the scores and upsets that came from playoff week 1, live from Chick-fi-La, Insterstate Drive, Cookeville. Jackson County Head Coach Sean Loftis, Stone Memorial’s Mark Wattenbarger, and Cookeville Cavalier’s Jimmy ... Read More »

High School Playbook: Week 10 Follow Up With York Institute And The Monterey Wildcats

Joining Larry Stone this week at Chick-fi-La, Interstate Drive, Cookeville, Monterey Head Coach Scott Hughes and several players of the Monterey Wild Cats discuss their 55-8 victory over Clay County. York Institute’s Derik Samber gives insight on his team’s tight 42-35 win over Smith County Friday Night. Cookeville’s Jimmy Maynord, DaKalb’s Ben Herron, Stone Memorial’s Mark Wattenbarger, and Red Boiling ... Read More »