Kris Fisher

Kris Fisher


Vote for Kris

Vote for Kris

Saturday afternoon I was getting in the shower. I pick up my phone to turn on my PM Dawn Pandora station and notice a Facebook notification. I was tagged in a post, so I check it out. The post was congratulating all the Lokal Loudness award winners. I knew I was nominated, but never did […]

Masters Hangover

Masters Hangover

Saturday, I received that text that most people who don’t abandon Augusta during Masters Week hope to get. A friend had a couple extra tickets to the tournament and asked if the wife and I would like to go. There’s really no question here. Like most people, we jumped at the chance. I’m not really […]

Tell Me How You Really Feel

Tell Me How You Really Feel

A couple nights ago, I’m at an event. People are mingling, having a great time, music is playing. In fact, specifically, it was a song by Queen. I was having a conversation with an older gentleman about music. I love these conversations because I am a fan of music and of the connection that people […]

Road Trippin’

Road Trippin’

Last week we got a visit from a nationally syndicated morning radio show. I know, because it was the morning show on my radio station, HD983. The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show brought their Rasberry Road Trip to Augusta. J-Si, Kellie, Big Al and Jenna piled up in an RV and visited four cities before reaching […]

Eat The Rich

Eat The Rich

A few weeks ago, I was in Los Angeles covering the Grammys for my radio station. I took the wife with me, as she had always wanted to visit L.A. but had never been. For three nights and a full day on Sunday, we got to explore this city that fascinates many of us. If […]

The End Is the Beginning Is the End

The End Is the Beginning Is the End

I’m having trouble starting my column tonight, mostly because I’m sitting in front of the TV. I can’t help it. “Walk the Line” is on. It’s a favorite. It’s one of those movies that I watch every time I catch it. If you’ve never seen it, please do right away. You don’t have to be […]

California Dreamin’

California Dreamin’

It’s just past 10 a.m. Pacific time, Friday, February 12, and I’m walking through the LA Live Pavilion in Los Angeles, California… past ESPN, past the Microsoft Theater and across Chick Hearn Court to the Staples Center. I filmed a selfie-Snapchat as I walked past the statues of Magic Johnson and Wayne Gretzky. I tried […]

Walking The Line

Walking The Line

Lately, I’ve been trying to teach my daughter the fine art of not crossing the line. She is the unfortunate recipient of my smart mouth and her mother’s lack of filter. Also, she’s 11, so she’s not very well versed on when to realize she’s approached the line. You know the line, that line between […]

Who’s Ready For Spring?

Who’s Ready For Spring?

Our weather has been flirting with spring-like temperatures lately. Coupled with sunny skies and a Punxatawny prediction for an early spring, it’s got me panicking a bit. Like most people, I’d like to be a bit more in shape than I currently am. I’m not morbidly obese and I hide my beer gut pretty well, […]

Man’s Best Traitor

Man’s Best Traitor

I’m a dog person. I don’t hate cats, but I’ve always loved dogs and I’ve had a good run with the canine breed. My first dog of my own, Roy, was my best friend in the world. We went through so much together: Eleven jobs, five different states, nine girlfriends, a wife, three kids, the […]