Our Goolish Giveaway includes House of Lector & Old Courthouse Catacombs Combo Passes! Also this week win tickets to THE college basketball event of the year. USI vs UE at the Ford Center Saturday night. And we will continue to qualify Wolf listeners for a trip to the CMA Awards in Music City November 1st. When you hear the cue to call, qualifiers will win a CMA Prize Pack. Good Luck. Wolf On Demand Line 425-WOLF.
It is! Tune in this week to win Holiday World Tickets, plus the LoCash Cowboys are back at Stoney's Friday night. Win tickets to what will be another awesome sold out show to kick off your 3 day weekend.
Also 'Get Caught Listening to The Wolf' at work and win tickets to Holiday World, plus a Wolf T-Shirt. Sign up on our main page. I've surprised 5 loyal listeners at their work place in the past week, and you could be next.
I am very excited about the opportunity to catch you listening to the Wolf starting this week. Make sure you let us know where you are listening to 93.5 The Wolf at work and I could be stopping by with a pair of Holiday World Tickets and a well fitting, fashionable 935 The T-shirt.
Also while you are listen at work this week, you will have MANY MANY MANY chances to win Holiday World Tickets. Listen for the cue to call sometime between 10AM - 3PM.
One final pair of Hank Jr. Tickets to win sometime before 3PM Monday.
Join us at Texas Roadhouse Wednesday for your final, final, final, last chance opportunity to win Hank Jr Tickets on the spot. We'll start broadcasting live at 4PM and draw a ticket winner at 6PM.
And yes many many more chances this week to be one of the first to enjoy Holiday World with Free Tickets during the Wolf 93 Days of Summer.
Listen to the Wolf between 9AM - 3PM all this week to win Hank Williams Junior Tickets for the Ford Center Show May 11th. Jamey Johnson is back as an opening act. Tickets are on sale now....BUT you can win yours with Tommy Mason all week. Good Luck.
Ashton Kutcher has officially won. The Win gives Ashton Charlie Sheen's spot on Two and a Half Men. The former "That 70's Show" and "Punk'd" star has agreed to join as Charlie Sheen's replacement. He's said to be putting the final touches on his contract, which will offer him a "huge payday." Rumors around Kutcher's casting began to swirl on Thursday.
Blake Shelton is apologizing this week for post on Twitter that offended the gay community. Blake says he was just monkeying with the lyrics of Shania Twain's "Any Man of Mine" and didn't mean it to be a slur against anybody. The reads, "Any man that tries touching my behind, he's gonna be a beaten, bleedin,' heaving kind of guy." Blake has since apologized in a series of Tweets writing, "It honestly wasn't even meant that way. I now know that there are people out there waiting to jump at everything I say on here or anywhere.
· Reba – "This is history! You'll be telling your grandkids about this one day!" and "So proud of our President and our military!" (via @reba)· Blake Shelton – "Sorry if this seems disrespectful but I'm so glad that piece absolute s**t Osama is dead.." (via @blakeshelton)
NBC’s new singing competition series The Voice premieres tonight and Blake Shelton will bring his country experience to the table. Blake joins Cee Lo Green, Christina Aguilera and Adam Levine as coaches who pick contestants to join their team based on voice not looks. The coaches sit in large chairs facing away from the contestants while they sing, then hit a button to turn around and have the singer revealed to them. Host Carson Daly resisted the spinning chair idea at first. He's warmed up to the Big Red swivel chairs since! The voice debuts tonight (Tuesday) at 8pm on NBC.