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Host of Mornings With Dave O'Brien, Dave has been on the radio since 1985 and on the air in Indianapolis since 1996. Dave is married to Cheryl, a producer for Fox 59 WXIN-TV. The O'Brien’s have a 12 year old daughter who spends most of her free time riding horses and playing the stand-up bass in her school orchestra. In 2012 Dave was nominated by both the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music as Best Radio Personality for Large Market Radio. Dave spent his childhood in California and Virginia and graduated from the University of Virginia in 1989.

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Lee Brice was the ACM Award for Single Record of the Year with 'I Don't Dance' on the eve of his anniversary! To listen to the full interview with Lee and Dave follow this link: http://www.hankfm.com/blogs/dave-obrien/artist-interviews/happy-birthday...
According to a new study, drivers over the age of 50 say tailgaters are their biggest pet peeve on a road trip while drivers under the age of 50 said this was their biggest pet peeve on a road trip. (Slow drivers who won't get out of the way)
A Thousand Horses joined Dave at the Southern Ground studios this morning to talk about the success of 'Smoke' and also about their plans for CMA Music Festival!
Lee Brice joined the show on his birthday! He was in the studio working on a new Summer EP that he will have out later this summer! He also is having a joint fan club event with Jerrod Niemann during CMA Music Fest!
Chase Rice joined the show while Dave was in Nashville at the Southern Grounds Studios to talk about how this year he is excited to play for CMA Music Fest because he remembers just sitting outside the LP Field playing to people walking by!
Listen to a sneak peak of Keith Urban's latest song, 'John Cougar John Deere John 3:16'! Tune into to Country 97.1 Hank FM to hear the full song!
According to a new survey, 35% of adults say they looking forward to doing this every day when they get home from work. (Checking the mail)