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Chris Rhoads

I started my radio career in Ocala back in 1989. From there I went to Orlando for 17 years and then up to Jacksonville for 5. I’m happy to be here on The Coast doing Late Afternoons from 2-7pm.

I play guitar and love hanging at the beach with my beautiful wife and two children. I’m a Country fan and going to concerts. I’m also a big sports fan, cheering on #24 and #48 in NASCAR,  the Canadians and Lightning in hockey, the Bucs, Jags and Noles in Football and Phil and Adam when golfs on TV.

 

Blake Shelton set to star in a Holiday release Netflix movie!


Blake Shelton will star in a new Adam Sandler movie and we’ll have to wait a while to see it. The Ridiculous 6 stars Blake Shelton as Wyatt Earp and it will go straight to Netflix on December 11, 2015. “The Ridiculous Six, a Western comedy, is the first of four Adam Sandler (Grown Ups) movies available exclusively on Netflix. ... Read More »

Get the Skinny on Luke Bryan’s upcoming new album here!


  From www.rollingstone.com When Luke Bryan releases his fifth studio album Kill the Lights on August 7th, he’ll do so with one tantalizing duet. Karen Fairchild of Little Big Town joins the stadium headliner on the song “Home Alone Tonight.” The track list for Bryan’s upcoming LP was released this morning. The addition of Fairchild to any project is reason ... Read More »

Looking for ways to save money? Got some ideas for ya here!


Not all shopping deals are well-known, and some you may not even be aware of, such as these coupons, offers and rewards programs. Chances are that you’re not taking advantage of some valuable discounts. I’m not talking about coupons that you have to spend hours clipping and organizing so you can pay only $1 for $100 worth of groceries. I’m ... Read More »

How Much screen time should the kids get?


According to the American Academy of Pediatics, Kaiser Family Foundation: 2 hours is the maximum amount of time children older than the age of 2 should spend in front of a screen daily. 7 hours is the actual amount of time kids ages 8 to 18 spend on entertainment media, like video games, TV and the Internet. Cut back by ... Read More »