Sara B. is your weekend hostess. She has been working at 104.5 WFMB since November of 2009. Sara B. is on the air Saturdays 10-3 p.m. and midnight-6 a.m. and Sundays noon-6p.m.Sara B. is originally from St. Louis, MO. and moved here in November of 2009 after graduating from the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
When she's not on the air at WFMB, Sara B. can be found enjoying the outdoors, at Church, or hangin' with her girlfriends and family.
Softball team summer '10 Niece, mom and me
Grandma and Dad Girlfriends
In addition to working on the air, Sara B. works part time at Helping Hands of Springfield and plays slow pitch softball at Lincoln Park on Wednesday nights.
You can send me an email at Sara@wfmb.com or call the studio at 525-WFMB (9362). Streaming on line at www.wfmb.com for all the "out of towners!"
Sara B. is happily single at the moment, that is unless Travis Tritt is planning on leaving his wife any time soon. Haha!
"I can do all things through Him who gives me strength."
- Philippians 4:13
Gretchen Wilson sure knows how to make a New Year's resolution. Do it in front of a crowd of more than 1,000, so they hold you accountable! Fans who caught Gretchen's New Year's Eve show in Rosenberg, Texas, listened as she pledged to quit smoking, and then promptly lit -- and enjoyed -- what she insisted would be her last cigarette. After the concert, Gretchen tossed out her remaining cigarettes, lighters, ashtrays and other reminders of her long-time habit.
"I figured if I said it from stage in front of my fans, I'd stick to it. And so far I have," says the singer. Gretchen's back-up vocalist, singer/songwriter Bekka Bramlett (pictured above with Gretchen), was also on hand to witness the event as the Redneck Woman entered 2011 cigarette-free.
Gretchen certainly has her work cut out for her. Many people who quit smoking, after all, will eat more junk food to satisfy their cravings -- something the songbird confesses she tends to do anyway, along with another late-night habit.
"I've got a sweet tooth," Gretchen tells The Boot. "I'm a dough-girl. I like anything bread -- donuts, cakes, pastries. And then I eat at night. I take all my food to bed with me. People are like, 'You must work out!' And I'm like, 'Arrrrgh, while I'm watching 'Forensic Files' and 'American Justice.'' That's another thing I do. I watch all those crazy shows on the Investigation Channels ... there's like five of those channels, so I'm just constantly watching that crap!"
Good luck, Gretchen! We have a feeling you'll do a great job kicking butts.
So I recently stopped seeing this guy. I was totally in love and probably like most people can't stop listening to sad love songs. But then I thought, why not listen to break-up songs that are fun and don't make you want to slit your wrists. Its's the opposite approach to getting over the ex that did you wrong and produces a more satisfying outcome than sitting in a dark room crying over what could have been. So here we go, a list of 10 Ultimate Break-up Songs: