I am a self-proclaimed tech geek and radio nerd. I grew up in Maryland (Go Ravens!) and then spent 13 years in Virginia doing radio and television. I started in TV as a weatherman while still in high school, then transitioned to radio after college. In early 2017, I got the opportunity to spread my wings to Texas. I love cars, especially my Camaro, and anything with the Apple logo on it. I am an avid storm chaser and went to college for Broadcast Meteorology. Hit me up anytime and let me know what is going on around town! I love to get out and about! Follow me on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram @ BradenRadio
National Geographic Launches New TV Series Hosted By Bobby Bones
101.9 The Bull's very own Bobby Bones is headed back to television screens with another new show, this time on the National Geographic Channel.
Amarillo Area Schools Will Stay Closed Following Spring Break
Amarillo area school officials have announced the schools will not reopen when students return from Spring break next week.
You Can Own One Of The Most Historic Homes In The Panhandle
The S.W. Lowe House is located in Clarendon, Texas and has been standing since 1904.
These Whataburger Boots Are Made For Walkin’
How big of a Whataburger fan are you? In the market for a new pair of boots? If you are the burger joints biggest fan, then you must own a pair of these.
Blue Bell Rolls Out New Flavor For Fall
With fall right around the corner, Blue Bell has announced a brand new flavor!
All The Best Whataburger Sale Memes On Twitter
Everywhere you go in Texas, everyone is talking about one thing - Whataburger being bought by a Chicago investment group.
Rodney Carrington Returns to Amarillo
101.9 The Bull is proud to welcome multi-talented comedian, actor, singer and writer Rodney Carrington back to the Texas panhandle!
Texas Is One Of The Most Sinful States
Every state has it's problems, and every state likes to blames the others for that fact. Nevada, for instance, ranks #1 when it comes to 'greed' and gambling addition, while New Mexico has the most thefts per capita.