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									Don Chase in the Morning for February 2, 2011

WKML weather for today & tomorrow:
Today: Sunny, breezy & 70
Tonight: Clear & 35
Wednesday: Mostly sunny & 50

Congrats to those in the WKML Family celebrating birthdays:
Tonya Beal
Lisa Bell
Samantha Bishop
Andrew Bowman
Mary Ann Brewer
Heidi Britt
Chris Brown
Gail Burgess
Bradley Cascavilla
Tasha Chavis
Kaitlyn Currie
Myra Edge
Lee Ann Fenn
John Garris
James Gibson
Rebecca Gray
Chris Grimsley
Tonya Groves
Pam Hall
Victoria Hammonds
Nancy Hardy
Luana Hayth
April Hill
Donna Inman
Jennifer Kingham
Karen Ledbetter
Sarah Lomax
Robert Lovell
Jodi Lundell
Karl Mayfield
Mindy McCall
Carolyn McDonald
Shannon McNeil
Wanda Morris
Jennifer Murphy
Danny Orr
Penny Parker
Donald Platt
Shawn Robinson
James Rogers
Donna Rustman
Mark Sanders
Allen Sessoms
Jason Sessoms
Raymond Smith
Caralee Stevens
Janet Swinson
Marc Sykes
Amy Tadlock
Benji Taylor
Meredith Taylor
Richard Taylor
Gail Vanscyoc
Karol Wessinger
Jean White
Paulette Wilmot
Haley Young

Congratulations to Lee Ann Fenn on winning “Chick-fil-A” for a day.” A breakfast
biscuit, a chicken sandwich combo meal for lunch and a spicy chicken sandwich for
dinner. E-mail your birthdays and anniversaries to country@wkml.com. Don‟t
forget the name of the person celebrating the birthday and their daytime telephone
number. THANXXX! Don.

COUNTRY MUSIC NEWS:
#1 Country Album --- On the country chart, Taylor Swift's Speak Now will remain at
number-one and Jason Aldean's My Kinda Party will hold on to its number-two spot.
It looks like Lady Antebellum's Need You Now could leapfrog the Country Strong
soundtrack, bumping it to four, but Zac Brown Band's You Get What You Give is
close behind at five.

ACM Nominees --- ACM AWARDS: Nominations at a Glance
-Congratulations to Miranda Lambert who scored seven ACM nominations yesterday
including Entertainer and Top Female Vocalist -- the most of any other nominee.
Miranda is also the reigning ACM Top Female Vocalist.
-Kenny Chesney and Zac Brown Band are next in line with five nominations each.
Kenny receives both artist and producer nods in the Album and Single of the Year
categories for Hemingway's Whiskey and "Boys of Fall," respectively. And Zac
Brown scored four nominations on his own for producer and writer credits on the
band's You Get What You Give album and "As She's Walking Away" single.
-Taylor Swift and The Band Perry also got four nominations each. Taylor was
recognized as Entertainer, Top Female Vocalist and Album of the Year as producer
and artist for Speak Now, while TBP snagged Top Vocal Group and Top New Vocal
Duo or Group along with Single and Song for "If I Die Young." Kimberly Perry
received an additional nomination as a writer on their hit single.
-Scoring three nominations each are Lady Antebellum, Keith Urban, Alan Jackson,
Lee Brice and Easton Corbin.
-The Academy of Country Music Awards will air April 3rd at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.

ACM Artist reactions --- ACM AWARDS: Country Stars React
-The big story is Miranda Lambert's seven nominations, including the coveted
Entertainer of the Year nod. Following yesterday's announcements she told us, "I'm
just thankful that I've got my foot in the door as a nominee. Hopefully, with a lot
more hard work, one day I may actually win Entertainer of the Year."
-Kenny Chesney received the most ACM nominations of any male artist with five,
including Album of the Year for Hemingway's Whiskey. The nod was especially
important to him. He said, "It was important for me to push myself and my
audience while at the same time staying true to who I am as an artist, That's why
I'm so proud of this album and even more proud of the nomination for ACM Album
of the Year."
-Jason Aldean had a banner year in 2010 and the ACM recognized it with two
nominations -- Entertainer and Top Male Vocalist. He called in to talk about being
receiving such high praise at this point in his career. He said, "It's kind of made it
that much sweeter that we had to wait a little longer for it."
-Blake Shelton, who will also co-host the ACM Awards with Reba McEntire was
grateful for his nod in the Video of the Year category for "Hillbilly Bone" with pal
Trace Adkins. He said, "I know it's an off-camera award, but I'm really proud of
that nomination, because I think we did the best as we could do with that video,
Trace and I."
-Little Big Town's Kimberly Schlapman spoke on behalf of the band regarding their
nomination for Top Vocal Group, saying, "I hold my breath hoping for a nomination
every year. It was nice to wake up this morning and hear the great news."
-Jamey Johnson got a well-deserved ACM Album of the Year nomination for The
Guitar Song. He said, "The triumph of a gold-selling double-album is shared by my
family, my friends, bandmates, producers, my staff, my label, my booking agents,
my publishers, my management, my publicists, my handlers, my wranglers, my
fans, my dog, Willie's braids and that beautiful brunette in Toledo...And thanks to
the Academy voters for the recognition."
-Lee Brice may seem like a newcomer, but he's been working at his career for quite
some time. After hearing the news of his three ACM nominations -- Song (artist and
producer) and Single for "Love Like Crazy" -- he said, "It's such an honor just to be
nominated and such a boost personally after putting so much time and work into
this.
-The Jane Dear Girls were surprised with two ACM nominations in two categories --
Top Vocal Duo of the Year and the previously announced Top New Vocal Duo or
Group. Susie summed up their feelings, saying, "To be nominated for ACM's Top
Vocal Duo of the Year is so overwhelming and I feel deeply honored to be in a
category with so many amazing artists."
-Left-of-center country boy Colt Ford was also surprised to hear his name called in
the Vocal Event category for "Cold Beer," which he recorded with pal Jamey
Johnson. He said, "I am so humbled to even be mentioned with the amazing artists
in this category. I promise no one is more grateful than me!"
-Keith Urban was among the country stars expressing their surprise and gratitude
on Twitter. He tweeted, "Goodness gracious! Absolutely beaming hearing the news
this morning about our ACM nominations. Can't wait to get to Vegas and hopefully
get the chance to actually 'say' thank you." Keith is nominated for Entertainer, Top
Male Vocalist and Vocal Event for being featured on Emily West's "Blue Sky."
-Rascal Flatts was shut out of this year's ACM nominations, but good-natured Jay
DeMarcus tweeted, "Thanks for your support y'all. It is disappointing, but congrats
to all the nominees! We are just gonna keep on making music!"

-Entertainer of the Year: Jason Aldean, Toby Keith, Miranda Lambert, Brad Paisley,
Taylor Swift and Keith Urban.
-Top Male Vocalist: Jason Aldean, Brad Paisley, Blake Shelton, George Strait and
Keith Urban.
-Top Female Vocalist: Miranda Lambert, Reba McEntire, Taylor Swift, Carrie
Underwood and Lee Ann Womack.
-Top Vocal Duo: The JaneDear Girls, Joey & Rory, Montgomery Gentry, Steel
Magnolia and Sugarland.
-Top Vocal Group: Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Randy Rogers Band, The Band
Perry and Zac Brown Band.
-Top New Solo Vocalist: Eric Church, Easton Corbin and Randy Houser.
-Top New Duo or Group: The JaneDear Girls, Steel Magnolia and The Band Perry.
-Album of the Year: “Hemingway‟s Whiskey” – Kenny Chesney, “Need You Now” –
Lady Antebellum, “The Guitar Song” – Jamey Johnson, “Speak Now” – Taylor Swift,
“Up on the Ridge” – Dierks Bentley and “You Get What You Give” – Zac Brown
Band.
-Single Record of the Year: “A Little More Country Than That” – Easton Corbin, “As
She‟s Walking Away” – Zac Brown Band f/ Alan Jackson, “If I Die Young” – The
Band Perry, “Love Like Crazy” – Lee Brice, “The Boys of Fall” – Kenny Chesney and
“The House That Built Me” – Miranda Lambert.
-Song of the Year: “A Little More Country Than That” – Easton Corbin, “As She‟s
Walking Away” – Zac Brown Band f/ Alan Jackson, “If I Die Young” – The Band
Perry, “Love Like Crazy” – Lee Brice and “The House That Built Me” – Miranda
Lambert.
-Video of the Year: “Hillbilly Bone” – Blake Shelton f/ Trace Adkins, “Only Prettier” –
Miranda Lambert, “Stuck Like Glue” – Sugarland, “The Boys of Fall” – Kenny
Chesney and “The House That Built Me” – Miranda Lambert.
-Vocal Event: “As She‟s Walking Away” – Zac Brown Band f/ Alan Jackson, “Blue
Sky” – Emily West f/ Keith Urban, “Coal Miner‟s Daughter” – Loretta Lynn, Sheryl
Crow and Miranda Lambert, “Cold Beer” – Colt Ford f/ Jamey Johnson and “Good to
Be Me” – Uncle Kracker f/ Kid Rock.

Bryan, Luke --- Luke Bryan performed at a special concert with students from
various arts programs throughout Nashville as a part of the CMA's Keep the Music
Playing initiative. The program provides instruments and music labs to Nashville
schools by donating proceeds from the CMA Music Festival, which takes place every
year in June. This year's CMA Music Festival takes place June 9th -- 12th.

Dunn, Ronnie --- Ronnie Dunn is keeping the promise he made after Brooks and
Dunn announced the end of the duo -- he's released a solo single and is readying
for his first tour. Following the ACM nominee announcements he revealed that he's
put a band together and they're rehearsing in his barn, much to the chagrin of his
neighbors.

Lady Antebellum --- Lady Antebellum's Need You Now and Taylor Swift's Speak
Now are both in the running for Juno Awards in the International Album of the Year
category. Also nominated for the award are Eminem's Recovery, Katy Perry's
Teenage Dream and Kesha's Animal. The awards will be given out in Canada on
March 27th

Swift, Taylor --- Taylor Swift has expanded her line of cards for American Greetings
to include special Valentine's Day greetings. The cards are reminiscent of
handmade Valentines with special touches of ribbons and sparkles. There's also
oversized musical cards that play "Love Story," "Stay Beautiful" and "Jump Then
Fall."

Trailer Choir --- Crystal Hoyt of Trailer Choir is leaving the group to pursue other
interests. Butter writes on TrailerChoir.com, "The band is very proud of its work and
efforts together, and is parting on very supportive terms." Crystal adds, "Working
with Butter and Vinny has been an incredible experience, and I wish them nothing
but the best."

NEWS OF THE WEIRD:
The big game means a big day for pizza makers. Super Bowl Sunday is Papa John's
busiest day. Officials of the chain predict they'll sell a million pizzas. To prepare,
they've shipped two million pounds of cheese and 350,000 pounds pepperoni to
distribution centers. At the Domino's Pizza chain, officials expect to deliver more
than 9 million slices Sunday. But pizza isn't the only big seller. Wings are another
Super Sunday favorite.

At least there's one thing Republicans and Democrats can agree on -- the Super
Bowl. Lawmakers in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania have a friendly wager on Sunday's
big game. Legislators from both parties in Wisconsin are uniting behind their Green
Bay Packers. The same in P-A, where the Pittsburgh Steelers are the favorite. The
Wisconsin side is wagering two pounds of 10-year-old cheddar, six pounds of
bratwurst and one case of Sprecher Root Beer. The Pennsylvania parties are putting
up four orders of Pamela's Pancakes, four Primanti (prih-MAHN'-tee) Brothers
sandwiches and one case of Iron City beer.

There's lots of snow this winter -- for a really big snowman. Vern Scoville has
topped his own record by building a 35-foot-tall snowman in northern New York.
The big, cold guys have become a tradition for Scoville. Last year's snowman
topped out at 25 feet. Scoville says building the giant snowmen is something for his
family and friends to do after the holidays. This year's Frosty has three black car
tires for buttons, an orange and white traffic cone for a nose and part of an old pool
for a top hat. A local TV station (WWNY) reports kids like to get their pictures taken
in front of Frosty.

The nation's capital has plenty of maps -- but an old is getting some new attention.
A Washington businessman has shelled out 1.8 million bucks for the first U.S. map
printed in the new United States of America. It was published in 1784, just six
months after the Revolutionary War ended. David Rubenstein bought the map at
auction in December. It'll be on loan to the Library of Congress.

It's a reason for Maine lawmakers to shout, "Whoopie." A legislative committee is
considering a proposal to make the whoopie pie the official state dessert. The bill's
sponsor, Representative Paul Davis, urges his colleagues to act quickly. He warns
that Pennsylvania might try to get a piece of the whoopie pie by claiming the treat
as its own. A whoopie pie is made of two soft chocolate cakes with fluffly white
filling in between.
The power of pork is coming to South Carolina. Researchers from Clemson
University are helping to plan a power plant that uses methane gas to fuel electric
generators. The methane will come from hog waste. Officials of Santee Cooper, the
state-owned utility, say the piggy power will produce enough electricity for 90
homes.

An Atlanta woman is looking to nail down her place in history -- with her very own
nails. Jazz Ison Sinkfield has been growing her fingernails for more than two
decades -- and recently passed the 20-inch mark. Each manicure, incidentally,
costs her 250 bucks. She admits that she's no longer able to tie her shoes or use a
computer, but hopes that her talent for talons can help her meet Oprah ... but
perhaps not shake her hand.

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An immigration officer in the UK was so sick of his wife that he put her on a
terrorist watch list - ¬so she couldn't get home from Pakistan. The officer added
her name to the register of people banned from flights into the UK while she was
visiting family overseas. When she went to the airport to get her return flight back,
officials told her she could not board the plane and did not ¬explain why. She called
her husband, who ¬promised to look into it - but left her stuck in Pakistan for three
years while he had the "time of his life". The officer's scheme was finally discovered
by his superiors.

From Moses Lake, Washington, comes the story of Shirley Anderson who was pulled
over by the cops. After the officer informed her that she was wanted on a forgery
charge, she drove away. She hadn't gone very far when she decided the
best thing to do would be to flee the vehicle. Unfortunately, the car was still moving
when she decided to jump out. She was then run over by her own car. Her arrest is
pending while she's being treated in the local hospital.

A Florida man was arrested for assaulting his neighbor with a machete --after they
argued over the proper way to milk a cow! According to police, Sylvester Byrd and
the unidentified victim were engaged in a heated debate about the milking question
when Byrd had a cow and grabbed his weapon, slicing the neighbor's face. Byrd,
who says he was acting in self-defense, faces aggravated battery charges.
A woman in St. Petersburg, Florida, saved some time but lost some money on her
auto insurance -- by crashing her car into the office of the guy who sold her the
policy! Rescue crews found the woman and her two passengers uninjured inside a
Saab sedan that was wedged into the insurance office -- the third time a car has
crashed into the business.

Welcome to today‟s “WKML Don Chase Secret 2 Success,” a service of Bible Alive
Ministries. Dr. Ralph Richardson, teacher.
Our motto is “Expect Great Things To Happen.”
Let me give Thomas Jefferson credit for today‟s S2S. “Nothing can stop the man
with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on earth can help
the man with the wrong mental attitude.”
Our motto is “Expect Great Things To Happen.”
That‟s your “WKML Don Chase Secret 2 Success,” a service of Bible Alive Ministries.
Dr. Ralph Richardson, teacher.

Great news for the Queen City of Charlotte on being selected to host the 2012
Democratic National Convention. Now the committee has to raise $40 million
in order to make it happen.

SPORTS:
COLLEGE BASKETBALL:
The UNC Tar Heels did what needed to be done in beating Boston College 106-74
last night.

Tonight, Duke plays Maryland at 9. N.C. State takes on Virginia Tech at 7.

SUPER BOWL:
If you only watch the Super Bowl for the ads, why bother sitting through the game?
Check out superbowl-ads.com to see every major Super Bowl ad since 1998, plus
samples of this year‟s ads! Check „em out then vote for your favorite.
www.superbowl-ads.com

The National Football League‟s official Web site for Super Bowl XLV. This is THE
source for everything Super Bowl 45. The state-of-the-art Cowboys Stadium in
Arlington will host the clash between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay Packers
for the National Football League‟s championship title on February 6th. Make sure to
hit this site before the big game and then buff up on your trivia, check out the
stats, find out about Super Bowl history, and more. If you‟re lucky enough to have
scored tickets, check out the Visitors Guide tab to find out all you need to about the
Host City.
www.nfl.com/superbowl/45

Footballs used in the Super Bowl game in Arlington, Texas, will be marked with
invisible synthetic DNA ink to protect against counterfeiting, officials say. More than
100 footballs will be “tagged,” along with sideline pylons and even the coin used in
the opening coin flip. PSA/DNA Authentication Services plans to mark each ball with
a DNA strand only visible when illuminated by a particular laser frequency. “The
DNA ink has an astronomical 1-in-33 trillion chance of being accurately reproduced
by counterfeiters,” PSA/DNA President Joe Orlando said. “Many of the game-used
Super Bowl footballs are sold by the NFL through charity auctions,” he said, “The
certification combats potential counterfeiting and helps assure future owners that
each ball is genuine.” About 120 footballs are expected to be utilized in Sunday‟s
game between the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers.

There are 18 days til NASCAR racing at Daytona

CELEBRITY NEWS:
Charlie Sheen's parents want to take control of their son's personal affairs. Radar
Online says Martin and Janet Sheen are worried about the star and may ask a judge
to grant them guardianship over him. A source says, "Charlie looks awful... [He] is
coughing a lot, and he doesn't seem to care what he is doing to his body... Charlie
truly thinks he is invincible, and that he can do as much drugs as possible with no
ramifications... Martin and Janet know that it's highly unlikely their
[conservatorship] petition would be granted, but they are trying to do whatever
possible to save Charlie's life." Meanwhile, the star is expected to return to Two
and a Half Men in three to four weeks, according to TMZ. That's the plan anyway.

Blake Lively has been named Hollywood's "most desirable" woman by AskMen.com.
Her "unusual amount of dignity and composure" helped her nail the honor,
according to the website. Last year, the Gossip Girl star landed at number-85. Mila
Kunis came in second, followed by Modern Family's Sofia Vergara, and models
Selita Ebanks and Miranda Kerr. Other hotties on the list include Scarlett
Johansson at number-seven, Natalie Portman at number-11 and Kim Kardashian at
number-45.

Zsa Zsa Gabor has returned to the hospital. The actress, who's in critical condition
after possibly suffering a stroke, was spitting up blood, according to her husband,
Prince Frederic von Anhalt. Zsa Zsa's right leg was partially amputated two weeks
ago.
Christina Applegate is a mom! The actress gave birth to a baby girl last Thursday
in L.A. She and her fiance, musician Martyn LeNoble, named her Sadie Grace
LeNoble.

Adam Sandler received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame yesterday. Friends
Henry Winkler and Kevin James were on hand at the ceremony.

The Kennedys mini-series has finally found a network willing to put it on the air.
After The History Channel and Showtime passed on it, ReelzChanel has agreed to
premiere the drama, starring Katie Holmes as Jackie Kennedy, on April 3rd.

AMERICAN IDOL: Austin Auditions Tonight
Tonight, the American Idol auditions roll into Austin, Texas. We'll see some singers
who have made it to the Top 40, some angry auditions, and a woman who clucks
like a chicken. Ryan Seacrest tweeted that the producers are giving us an apology
at the top of the episode. We're guessing it's about the video with off-key Boy
Scout Chris Cordeiro. In a segment with Cordeiro's family, a young girl's nipple can
be seen. FOX has since censored the video. Clips of the slip have been pulled from
YouTube and other sites.

ON TV:
Daytime Lineup:
Live with Regis & Kelly (Syn) Julianne Hough and Larry the Cable Guy.
The View (ABC) Ricky Martin and Whoopi shares her recent adventure at sea
aboard the new Disney Dream cruise ship.
The Oprah Winfrey Show (Syn) ”American Idol” judges, Jennifer Aniston, Adam
Sandler and Piers Morgan.
Dr. Phil (Syn) Former guest and Oxy-Contin addict Jaime returns to talk about her
rehab.
The Martha Stewart Show (Syn) Easy-to-grow house plants.
The Tyra Show (Syn) Fake nails, fake hair, fake chest – Intervention.
The Ellen DeGeneres Show (Syn) “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” Darren
Criss and the world‟s fastest violinist Oliver Lewis.
Rachael Ray Show (Syn) John Henson and Matt Walton.
The Doctors (Syn) Turn your fat belly into a flat belly.
The Dr. Oz Show (Syn) Anti-aging head to toe.
The Wendy Williams Show (Syn) Brooke Burke and Larry the Cable Guy.
The Talk (CBS) Jean Smart.

Primetime Lineup:
The Middle (ABC)
Modern Family (ABC)
Cougar Town (ABC)
Of the Map (ABC)
Live to Dance (CBS)
Criminal Minds (CBS)
Blue Bloods (CBS)
American Idol (Fox)
Human Target (Fox)
Minute to Win It (NBC)
Chase (NBC)
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (NBC)
Piers Morgan Tonight (CNN) N/A.

Late Night Lineup:
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (NBC) Jesse Eisenberg, Jennifer Lawrence and
Ryan Bingham.
Late Show with David Letterman (CBS) Kate Walsh, Jim Gaffigan and Boxer
Rebellion.
Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (CBS) Jim Parsons.
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (NBC) Samuel L. Jackson, Larry the Cable Guy and
rock duo Phantogram.
Last Call with Carson Daly (NBC) Rich Eisen, Meltdown Comedy and Screaming
Females.
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (COM) Matthew Perry.
Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC) Josh Brolin, comedian Jonathan Winters and rapper Tinie
Tempah.
The Colbert Report (COM) Sean Kelly.
Conan (TBS) Kobe Bryant, Camilla Belle and Jamie Kilstein.
Lopez Tonight (TBS) Mindy Kaling, Derek Fisher and Jasper Redd.

								
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