Franzman has been waking up the Tri-Cities with the ONE MAN PARTY IN THE MORNING since 2013!
Franz and his wife live in Grand Island where he says he is blessed to be. He formally spent time in the newspaper business and was in a band but broadcasting allows him to do the things he enjoys most… disseminating information, playing great music and meeting and interviewing guests.
If you are the organizer of an event, a fundraiser, an entertainer coming to the area for a concert, the head of the Chamber getting the word out about what is coming up where we live or a client of ours launching a new business chances are that you have been interviewed by Franz.
When I was a kid, Clint Eastwood was the coolest guy in the world. I’m so much older now and he’s probably still the coolest guy in the world. I have tickets to give away for this movie playing at The Grand Theatre, W 3rd, G.I. NE. Watch the trailer with link below and listen…read more »
so you can see this for free! Every morning this week at 7:20 listen for your Google Races question. When you think you have the correct answer call 308.398.9000. Winner gets 2 tickets to the Grand Theatre on W 3rd and free 10 dollar certificate to Lee’s Family Restaurant on W hwy 30 in G.I.…read more »
Batman had it in the 1960s! Finally, LAPD takes a page from Batman, testing a device that uses tethers that wrap suspects’ bodies. It’s called BolaWrap: The devices are about the size of a cellphone and they shoot cords around a person’s legs or arms. The LAPD will start testing the devices in January. It…read more »
Chicago will tour with Rick Springfield next summer. Beginning June 12th in California, the tour will reach New York, Dallas, Phoenix, St. Louis, Philadelphia and GRAND ISLAND, NEBRASKA on April 5th. Does anybody really know what time tickets go on sale this Friday? Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10:00 a.m. local time at…read more »
Same as the old Who…because it’s a song from 1966 that never got used. The Who, “I Don’t Wanna Get Wise,” is the third single from their upcoming album, Who. Guitarist Pete Townshend said, “these songs are from the summer of 1966. They would not have been rejected by the band members but rather by…read more »