TUESDAY ON THE BOBBY BONES SHOW
Live from New York today!
Announcing CMA Nominations today...
FAVORITE CHILDHOOD MEMORIES
Bobby asked Amy what her best childhood memory was. After being silent for a long time, she thinks it was a vacation with her mom, brother, and sister. She says the only thing she remembers is them being all together before her parents were divorced. She says she doesn’t remember much after that.
Lunchbox said being part of the Little White Criminals and tee-peeing homes with more than 200 rolls of toilet paper is by far his favorite memory. No family memories, just memories of friends.
Ray said vacation with family was his favorite. They never flew so they would drive cross country and make memories in the car with his parents and brothers and sisters.
Bobby said his favorite memory is a birthday party his mom through him in the back yard. It was a “Ninja Turtle” party at that.
Amy then says that she just can’t remember anything. She said she had a good childhood and isn’t repressing anything, she just can’t remember.
Lunchbox talked about the who’s who of UTSA. Lunchbox got really excited and hoped he would be in there. It had people from 2001, 2002, 2004, & 2005 but NO ONE FROM 2003. Lunchbox revealed he truly thought he was gonna be a part of the “Who’s Who” but he wasn’t even mentioned.
Lunchbox talks about the lies he told about why he didn’t graduate college. Bobby then calls out Amy about not graduating. Amy then talks about the fact that she ended going back and graduating, after much effort from online classes.
Bobby is asking everyone what their favorite summer song was.
Amy says “Cruise” by Florida Georgia Line.
Lunchbox says “Parking Lot Party” by Lee Brice.
Bobby says “Cups” by Anna Kendrick was a jam for him.
Other songs mentioned are Treasure by Bruno Mars, Mirrors by Justin Timberlake, Can’t Hold Us by Macklemore, & We Can’t Stop by Miley Cyrus.
Then Bobby reveals that the number one downloaded song of the summer is “Blurred Lines” by Robin Thicke.
Bobby says he’s holding out hope for “What Does A Fox Say?”
Amy says the song is weird, she embraces it....but it’s weird.
ADVICE BY THE BOBBY BONES CREW
Bobby says he grew up with no money and never played golf. He learned to play later on in life. He said he needed to learn because business people play golf. He gives advice to everyone that they need to learn to play golf if they are in any type of business.
Amy’s advice is to learn to be a great communicator. She says she’s more of a “brush it under the rug and it will go away” person. She says she’s working on communication and encourages everyone that it’s important to speak up at important times. Bobby called her out and joked that she isn’t a great communicator anyways.
Lunchbox said to let loose and not take life so seriously to which Bobby asked if Lunchbox was throwing shade to which he said no. Lunchbox encouraged people to laugh, go out, have a good time, and not be so rigid about life itself.
Ray said try everything for yourself. He had people tell him college was too hard, but he found it easy. People also told him to never move to the city because he’ll run right back to the country, but he loved city life so much that he stayed.
WHAT YEAR WAS IT?
It’s time to play “What Year Was It” with contestant Jamie from Twitter. He chooses Amy as his winner. He was asked to guess what year the following song & movie came from.
Song- Not a Day Goes By by Lonestar
Movie- Sweet Home Alabama
Amy guesses 2004. Bobby guesses 1998. Lunchbox guesses 2002.
The winner is Lunchbox, but Joe gets the prize.
LUNCHBOX & THE SHOE DILEMMA
Ray and Lunchbox live together. Ray recalled that when he moved in that it was a trash pile and lunchbox was the kind of trash. One day, Ray had left his shoes in the hallway. Lunchbox has two dogs, so they grubbed on Ray’s shoes.
The crew went back and forth trying to figure out if Lunchbox should buy Ray new shoes
Nada- Says Lunch needs to at least reimburse Ray a little. $50
Amy- Lunch needs to take a small bit of responsibility for his dogs.
Bobby- Ray has a right to choose where he leaves his shoes.
Sound off on the poll online. What do you think?
ELEVATOR MUSIC GAME
The crew is playing a new game where they must guess the country tune being played via elevator music. Among the songs played in the game:
Cruise by Florida Georgia Line
Chicken Fried by Zac Brown Band
Dirt Road Anthem by Jason Aldean
Barefoot Blue Jean Night by Jake Owen
Boys ‘Round Here by Blake Shelton feat. Pistol Annies
The gang spent the songs listening in silence and then shouting in outburst when the songs clicked with them and they knew the song.
The gang talks about Billy Currington’s current hit single “Hey Girl” and how in the past, Billy has confessed to using that phrase when picking up girls.
The gang convinced Lunchbox to go out with a hidden microphone and use lines in the song on women. Needless to say, hilarity ensued.
The first couple of girls are completely weirded out. Most girls laugh nervously. Some even tell Lunchbox that they are making them feel nervous, that they’re dating someone else, or even that they’re MARRIED!
Lunchbox gives the inside info on what the girls told him when he used the song’s pick up lines. Most just thought he was crazy, but who could blame him.
TUNES FOR THE GRAVE
The gang talks about a Swedish company that is making coffins that streams Spotify. Although the gang finds it weird, they discuss what one song they would have blasted into their coffin. Bobby says cremation is the best option for him, no music necessary.
The gang then got nostalgic and sangs some songs, that’s always fun.
In today’s “Bonehead Story,” a high school teacher was in danger of being fired after putting a cone around student’s heads as a means of discipline. The teacher called it, “The Cone of Shame.”
NOMINATIONS, SHOPPING, & RAGING IDIOTS
Amy is on the phone headed to the venue where Sheryl Crow and Florida Georgia Line are announcing nominees. Stay tuned for nominations announcements.
Until then, Amy and Bobby shoot the bull and talk shopping experiences with each other and Bobby calls out Amy on the fact she shopped more for herself in women’s stores while Bobby had to wait.
The guys talk about the Raging Idiots Charity Album for “30 Abe’s.” It is streaming live on the website.
Bobby and Ray announce the first couple of categories in the CMA Awards nominations.
Entertainer of the Year:
Vocal Duo of the Year:
Big & Rich
The Civil Wars
Love & Theft
Other categories include Male Vocalist, Female Vocalist, & New Artist of The Year are announced.
New Artist of the Year:
BABIES, BREASTFEEDING, & GETTING HOME SAFE
The guys then move the conversation towards a school in New Jersey sending out letters to parents if their kids are getting fat. The gang is divided as to how to approach it. Some say it’s a great idea, others say not so much.
The guys then talk about babies, breastfeeding, and even bring up the possibility about men doing it.
Bobby and the gang are talking about the man who released a video that confessed to killing a man. In the video, the man confesses to drinking and driving and killing a man.
Bobby and the guys then talk about the importance of NEVER drinking and driving. Lunchbox, Ray, and Eddie all recite what they’ve all talked about with Bobby. He tells them, “If you drink and drive, you’re fired!”
He jokes then compliments Lunchbox saying, “Lunchbox is a dummy, but the man never drinks and drives. He’ll even take a cab to where he is going if he knows he is going to drink.” Bobby talks about people he’s known that he has had to wrestle keys away from even if resulted in losing the battle. He stresses his hate for drinking and driving.
Bobby talks about the infamous “Twerking Fail Video” was that Jimmy Kimmel has now revealed as fake. Bobby compliments Jimmy Kimmel in being ahead of the game and being in the know when it comes to making videos viral.
A fifth grader was caught with a hit list of over 40 other kids in the school. The school is investigating. Bobby asks the audience what they would do if they were faculty, parents, etc.
The gang discusses the verdict of the child who had the hit list.
Bobby thinks sympathizing and pulling him out of public school and placing him in home school. Bobby believes in therapy and says it would help.
Lunchbox initially thought jail but then reversed his thoughts. Eddie gave a parental perspective and encouraged therapy but also suggested the parents go as well.
Nada said she agrees with Bobby but shouldn’t be pulled out of school. Bobby talks about his hard upbringing and tells of how the bullying he went through encouraged him to push through and strive for success to prove the bullies wrong. He wishes students these days would do the same.
MORE CMA FUN
Amy checks back in with Bobby via phone and gives some insight into the CMA nominations press conference. Florida Georgia Line even gave a shout out when told they had to share a microphone.
They said, “Bobby, you out there? We are sharing a microphone.”