Gunner grew up in Chicago and left at age 20 to travel the country and work on-air. He's lived all over the place and is now happy to be planted and staying put. When he's not waking up early and hanging out with Gwen on the Lonestar 92.3 Morning Show and playing your favorite country songs, you'll find him in the office working behind the scenes... He is also Brand Manager for Lonestar 92.3 and our sister station, 99.9 KBAT. He's excited to be here and he and his wife Vicki are looking forward to exploring West Texas and taking it all in... playing mini golf, going to movies, or grilling on the patio with the radio on.
The Man’s Guide-Top 5 Tips To Dating A Texas Girl
Being a happily married man who moved to Texas from the Midwest almost two years ago, I've had the pleasure of meeting and making friends with a lot of new people in my hometown. Some of them are single ladies, who don't mind sharing their stories and adventures when it comes to the dating world these days. It's so different than when I was single-with all the apps that are out there now; some the girls choose the man, some the other way around. But there are a few things I've come to know for sure when it comes to the women here in Texas-they don't mess around, they mean business, and they can spot a fool from 5 miles away. So guys-here are some tips, based on what I've heard from the source themselves, to help you be successful:
Driving In West Texas-You Never Know WHAT You’ll See On The Road!
Driving home from work can be an adventure. For that matter, so can driving TO work. You just never know what you're going to see either ON the road in front of you causing you to swerve to avoid hitting it (as is the case here), or what is laying on the shoulder or roadside. For today's fun, I was on Loop 250 at the Midkiff Exit when I had to flip to the passing lane to avoid hitting---of all things---A BASSINET! It was missing its hood or topper but didn't look like a typical crib so I'm guessing that's what this is. Reminded me of the old Bugs Bunny cartoon with the criminal who was the size of a baby, who dressed himself in a onesie but had a five o'clock shadow on his face... I think they called the character "Baby Finster".