Britta with BIG AND RICH
(ABOVE) "Jared" from SUBWAY doing his best to help me lose some weight in 2013
Britta is on air every weekday 2pm - 7pm
Britta was born and raised in Muskegon,Michigan.....graduated from Reeths Puffer High School (a million years ago) .......then left for beautiful Southern California to pursue a career in singing. Was a regular National Anthem singer for the San Diego Padres and the San Diego Chargers....also starting working for a popular San Diego radio station.....and was happy and somewhat successful at it....but missed her family in West Michigan.
Moved back home 20 years ago ....promptly started in West Michigan radio....and has been at it ever since....for the same organization even!
Britta now is currently living along the Lakeshore.....and the proud mother of two gorgeous daughters....and thrilled to be on-air at 107 WMUS every weekday!
Love the out-doors!
Arts N Crafts
Cooking Cooking COOKING!!!
Great Classic Movies
ALL music....yes, even classical
Anything to do with my kids!
Curtosy of ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE:
Johnny Cash will be memorialized by the U.S. Postal Service this year with his very own stamp. The country legend will be a part of a new "Music Icons" series of stamps, and his version features a photograph by Frank Bez taken for 1963's Ring of Fire: The Best of Johnny Cash. The striking black-and-white design is intended to resemble a 45 rpm record sleeve .
Cash's stamp went through an arduous selection process to be issued. "We get about 40,000 suggestions for stamp ideas each year but only about 20 topics make the cut," USPS representative Mark Saunders told Today.com. "These suggestions are reviewed by the Postmaster General’s Citizens' Stamp Advisory whose role is to narrow down that 40,000 to roughly 20 and then provide their recommendations to the Postmaster General for final approval."
A release date for the stamp has yet to be announced. Today.com notes that two more stamps in the "Music Icons" series will be revealed this year. Johnny Cash died of complications from diabetes in September 2003. He was 71.