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Mornings on Main Street

Check out the latest episode of Nashville's most fun and local morning news show - Mornings on Main Street, hosted by Big Joe Dubin.

Tanja Jacobs from The Romello A. Marchman Foundation stops by MOMS to chat with Big Joe about her wonderful foundation and the battle it faces day-to-dayAllan Bell from CBS Sportsline - comes on the show to tell YOU which lines/spreads/parlay(s) to double-down on, & which to stay away fr…

Catherine Mayhew from MainStreet-Nashville.com kicks off our Thursday morning(s) on a positive note Big Joe gives a little teaser regarding his involvement from 'The OFFCIAL 615 Podcast' Then Corry Stewart: Head Football Coach/Ezell-Harding stops by to chat w/Big JoeFinally, Recurring guest …

Max Herz Broadcaster Max has an outstanding story.  Last week, Predators broadcaster Pete Weber tested positive for Covid, so they needed someone at the last minute to fill in.  Max got the call and ended up doing two Predators games.  His inspiring story kicks off our Wednesday morning Jaso…

Justin Hershey - Sports Editor/Vanderbilt Hustler - Justin is the one who penned the great article last week on Vandy's covid policy on basketball games where no students are allowed but the students' tickets are put up for sale and opposing teams' fans are buying them.  Vandy plays Tennesse…

Samantha Stephens - Realtor/Paying it Forward starts off MOMS on this Chilly Monday Morning   Terry McCormick from TitanInsider.com stops by to talk about who the Titans will be playing in the PLAYOFFS   Angela Chapman - comes on the show to discuss NewLeashOnLine.Org & 'The Betty White …

Catherine Mayhew - Restaurant reporter for Main Street Media - joins MOMS to discuss her amazingly written articles about our favorite thing in the world.. FOOD    Big Joe introduces this week's 'Pet of the Week' Sponsored by Hunter Briley & Regal Realty Group  Chase McCabe - recurring g…

Edward Burch - Director of business Development for TN who recruits companies from across the country (and globe) to come work in the great state of Tennessee - will kick this Wednesday's show off    We missed him last week because of COVID but he's baaaack! Jason Michaels - JasonMicahelsMag…

Lori Bumgarner - life coach - comes on to talk positive with Big Joe: her story is fantastic & what she has to say could help you or someone you know in this struggling economy-based society  Ms. Cheap!! Like we do every Tuesday morning, we'll bring in Ms. Cheap to shed light on her newl…

Erin Judge - an IBS Dietitian & Trainer joins MOMS to kick off this Monday morning - Erin does a lot of positive work within the health Industry, specifically, she helps women feel more confident/hopeful Our very own Terry McCormick stops by to talk about yesterday's THRILLER of a game b…

Main Street Nashville Reporter: Roger Fregoso stops by: Roger has been at the opening of WhatAburger all day and will give us the firsthand account of the chaos there  Big Joe reveals this week's 'Pet of the Week' brought to you by Hunter Briley & Regal Realty Group Many long-time friend…

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Kevin Rhoten - District 14 Council Member, starts the show with important information regarding the first Whataburger in Hermitage Big Joe reveals this week's 'Pet of the Week' brought to you by Hunter Briley & Regal Realty Group One of MSM's finest Reporter for Main Street Nashville, As…

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Tye Fishler, one of the most sought after personal trainers, kicks off the the first show of 2022 with an Interview about one of the most common New Years Resolutions: getting & STAYING healthy   Luke Worsham, sports reporter for A to Z Sports, makes his first appearance on MOMS to talk …

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Donna Driver; Author of several books, including: 'Songwriter Night & Songwriter Showcase - Kicks off this Tuesday morning  Amy Billings from 'WineDownNashville.com' shows you how to Toast 2021 goodbye at Wine Down Nashville this Tuesday and support The Donelson Gateway Project at the sa…

Writer for Main Street Nashville: Roger Fregoso starts the morning off with a powerful story   Gary Bagwell is part of the 'Music City HOGS' (Harley Owners Group) & he stops by to share his experience working alongside the Nashville Police Department, as his group does every Christmas  

ICYMI: Big Joe Tosses it back to an interview shot this past week with TN Titans Center, Ben Jones, as Ben talks us through him & his wife's charitable organization/how it impacts your/our community    Special Guest: Barry Coggins, Singer/Songwriter, stops by to serenade us with LIVE music 

Dani Dyer from DaniDfitness.com starts our morning off on a positive note - Dani's journey to success was hard-fought, Big Joe dives a little deeper w/the workout fitness icon   Great friend of the show, and sponsor for 'Pet of the Week,' Hunter Briley, stops by to introduce this week's Pet …

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Big Joe links with Tanya Sturm who is the founder of this organization that puts smiles on the faces of kids battling cancer and Wednesday, Buddy Allen Carpet One is hosting an all-day fundraiser for her organization  Randy Adams - Director-Putnam County Volunteer Organization stops by to ch…

Jason Carmon is from Bowling Green and he lives in east Nashville and his family went through the tornado Saturday morning and he says the devastation is almost indescribable. His family suffered damage and their neighborhood was hit hard.  Jason also lived through the March 2020 tornado in …

With East Nashville playing in its first ever state football championship today, Joe will talk to East High School alum Joe Williams. Joe has been the school’s biggest booster for years and will have his thoughts on the big game.

The phrase, “he was larger than life,” gets used quite a bit. Sometimes it can lose its punch when describing someone because we hear it so much. When I say that Ralph Emery was larger than life, it means what it says.

One of my favorite things to do while watching a movie is to pull out my phone and hit my app for IMDB. It is one of the best apps and websites you will ever come across. Every single movie, actor, director, etc., is all listed there with some incredible information you might not have ever known.

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When the Titans — err, Oilers — made the decision in the mid-1990s to come to Nashville, there were some happy people and, yes, some not so happy ones. I happened to know plenty on both sides, and many of the ones that had grown up in Nashville were against it.

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Believe it or not it used to snow a lot in Nashville when I was growing up. The snow that fell on Thursday was something we got every year, sometimes two, three or four times, and it was beautiful.

This New Year’s resolution is so easy it is almost too hard to believe. It costs nothing, you don’t have to go anywhere and it will make you feel so much better.

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When my daughter was born in October of 1998, I remember someone telling me, “You will spend the first year trying to get her to walk, then you will spend every year after that trying to get her to sit down.”

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Recently, I was tagged in a picture on Instagram and, naturally, was intrigued. So I went and clicked on the pic but did not recognize the name and the person didn’t look familiar.

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It has driven my son crazy ever since he was old enough to understand things in life.

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Just about every day in Main Street Nashville there is an article about another company who is picking up and moving to Middle Tennessee.

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From the moment my daughter came into this world, my mother would always talk about that day I would walk her down the aisle. My mom adored her little girl but as life would have it, my mother passed away and never got to see the moment she so vividly talked about.

It is hard to believe that the high school football regular season has come to a close. The playoffs are next and that means half of the teams are not advancing and their season is over.

It is hard to believe that the high school football regular season has come to a close. The playoffs are next and that means half of the teams are not advancing and their season is over.

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A few weeks ago, my son’s football team was playing a game in Chattanooga, about a two-hour drive from the house. After the game, I kissed his head and told him I would see him back at school to pick him up.

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Recently, a dear friend of mine lost his father. I told him how sorry I was and he said, “Thank you. It will be tough and I will miss him. He was always there.”

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It is the timeless Bible verse that we have heard our whole lives: “Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it.”

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This Friday night, my old high school, McGavock, will play Dickson County on the football field. Now is the perfect time to revisit a story I wrote a few years ago about a wild Friday night when we played Dickson County in a game for the ages.

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The moment is etched in my mind forever. I wish it never took up space in my head but it does. And it will always be there.

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Twenty-eight years ago this week, the movie, “The Thing Called Love,” was released in the theaters. Don’t worry whether or not you remember it, because a lot of people don’t. In fact, according to the website IMDB, it cost $14 million to make but only made more than $1 million.

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NOTE: I wrote this two years ago on August 16, 2019 when my father passed away. We had a complicated relationship, meaning, I had not seen or spoken to him in years. I share this for anyone who is in the same situation I was. Just about everyone told me how to feel, but as you will see at th…

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Donelson and Hermitage’s best food, wine and beer will be showcased Sunday as the community’s favorite eateries and adult beverage businesses gather to celebrate an evening of fun at Opry Mills Mall.

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There is that old saying that we hear all the time and it is, “If you want something bad enough, you will find a way.”

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Years ago, I lived in Hawaii growing up and at night, it could get quite humid as you were trying to go to sleep. We were not far from the north shore and you’d think a sweet cool breeze from the Pacific Ocean would make everything nice and easy, but that was not the case.

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They can hit you anytime, anyplace and for a myriad of reasons. A song, a smell, a person, etc., it really doesn’t matter.

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Through the years, I have been very fortunate to have some wonderful interns come through that wanted to make working in television their career. You can tell quickly who is soaking up all the knowledge and those who are going through the motions.

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Twenty-six jobs in 11 years. Yes, I had 26 jobs in 11 years, and that is from the time I graduated from high school until I was hired as a part-time editor at Channel 2 in May 1997.

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You have always heard people talk about a leap of faith, and all kinds of things conjure up in your head about what that means. Or what it looks like. Here is mine. It was a leap of faith I took 25 years ago last month that changed my life in every single way.

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Back in 2005, while working at another television station in another lifetime, I was tasked, along with a news photographer and a producer, to travel across the state of Tennessee to do an hour special on vacation destinations. The first thing I pitched was we had to go to Graceland. Everyth…

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Goodbye, 2020 and really, thanks for nothing. You reminded me of the scene in Animal House when the new guys go to a fraternity rush party and wanted to hang out with the cool guys, but the frat brothers kept directing them to hang out with the not-so-cool guys.