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Homegrown Recap: January 14, 2022 – NFL Playoffs, Her Country & adding to the Gen X Museum

  • Interact w/Homegrown: What should be included in the new Gen X museum? Cassette tapes, Atari, landline phones, what else?


  • Country Music Calendar Spotlight: On this day in 2014 Jon Pardi’s debut album Write You A Song dropped. He got his first top 10 song from it with “Up All Night”


  • Pangborn Airport had to cancel it’s early morning flight to SeaTac this morning because of the dense fog. We may say that in the higher elevations for the next couple of days.



  • Veteran journalist Marissa R. Moss has a book coming out in May called Her Country about women’s struggle to succeed in Country Music. Nikki has already preordered her copy!

  • We can thank parents for a new YouTube record that was set yesterday.  The first video to hit 10 billion views is . . . the 2016 “Baby Shark Dance” music video.  (I bet you’re already trying to NOT sing it in your head.) It’s been the most viewed video for the last 15 months.  The second most-viewed video is “Despacito” by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, which has 7.7 billion views. Well, it doesn’t look like “Baby Shark” is going anywhere anytime soon.  It now has its own cartoon series on Nickelodeon, merchandise like toys and party decorations, and live tours. Here you go if you want to add to the views:


  • Luke Bryan and his wife Caroline shared separate posts on social media Thursday poking fun at the fact that Bryan did so much cheering for the Georgia Bulldogs at the National Championship football game that he lost his voice and has now been put on vocal rest by his doctors. Rest up Luke!!


  • Brent and Nikki agree that it is hard to figure out who to root for in this year’s NFL Playoff match-ups. Nikki suggested maybe the Bengals because it contains the most Seahawks alumni players.


Homegrown w/Brent + Nikki can be heard weekdays from 5:30-10am on Country 104.7fm, online at or on the Audacy app. 

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