They’ve done it for nearly every team in town – so Ben & Skin decided it was time for each member of the show to come up with some original tribute songs. This time – it was for your Texas Rangers!
A Plano 4-year-old is a rambunctious, Hot Wheels crashing, rough and tumble boy… who manages to stay in touch with his softer side. Now his emotional response to what he calls ‘the sad song’ has become the latest YouTube sensation.
Academy Award nominees, Grammy winners and America’s most noted jazz musicians can all be found in one place in Dallas. For the past 30 years The Black Academy of Arts and Letters has presented audiences with an array of talent.
The creative juices are flowing amongst the warped minds of the Ben & Skin show crew. Everyone came up with their own unique song as the Mavs kick off the 2013-14 season. But we need to know, which song do you like the best.
Ben, Brendan and KT have created the ultimate anthem to motivate a resilient Rangers team and its courageously loyal fan base clinging on to their playoff hopes.
It was all-hands-on-deck today at the Ben & Skin show as Ben, Skin, KT and Brendan all came up with original songs to honor the Cowboys as they open the NFL season against the Giants this weekend.
An ode to bargain shopping is the biggest song on radio and it’s also proving to be good business for one Texas non-profit organization.
Since the “Inaccurate Reception” in Seattle on Monday night, football fans around the country have expressed their displeasure for the current state of the NFL, and they demand one thing…
Remember all of the old Cowboys songs of the past? The Fan thinks you can do better!
In honor of Ivan ‘Pudge’ Rodriguez’s retirement ceremony at Rangers Ballpark tonight, New School’s Jasmine wrote and performed a song for the catching legend.
DALLAS (105.3 THE FAN) – Indianapolis is going to be the hot-spot, the football Mecca, the center of the NFL universe as players, fans and celebrities alike descend on the mid-western city for Super Bowl […]
When Staff Sgt. James Cooper begins to miss his wife and his children back home at Fort Hood, he puts on some Lou Rawls “You’ll Never Find Another Love Like Mine” and his mind drifts away from the harsh realities of war.