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B6B: Stranger Things: Season 3, Episodes 1-2 Review

B6B: Stranger Things: Season 3, Episodes 1-2 Review

By JASON MARTIN (@JMartZone – July 10, 2019) CHAPTER 1: SUZIE, DO YOU COPY? CHAPTER 2: THE MALL RATS The timing of Stranger Things return to Netflix, quite frankly, couldn’t have been much better. July is an extremely thin month for new content on television, and although there are a few big screen blockbusters to…more

B6B: True Detective: Season 3 Finale Review

B6B: True Detective: Season 3 Finale Review

By JASON MARTIN (@JMartZone – February 24, 2019) TRUE DETECTIVE: SEASON 3, EPISODE 8: NOW AM FOUND We got an ending, I guess. But I don’t…do you feel like any kind of closure? I don’t. – Roland West It will be interesting to see what the response is to how Nic Pizzolatto chose to wrap…more

B6B: True Detective: S3E6 Review

B6B: True Detective: S3E6 Review

By JASON MARTIN (@JMartZone – February 10, 2019) TRUE DETECTIVE: SEASON 3, EPISODE 6: HUNTERS IN THE DARK Nothing stays like it used to be. – Wayne Hays (2015) So, that was a doozy of an episode, now wasn’t it? Full disclosure, I’m not EXACTLY sure everything I was supposed to take from the hour,…more

B6B: True Detective – Season 3 Premiere Review (Eps 1-2)

B6B: True Detective – Season 3 Premiere Review (Eps 1-2)

By JASON MARTIN (@JMartZone – January 13, 2019) EPISODE 1-2: THE GREAT WAR AND MODERN MEMORY / KISS TOMORROW GOODBYE Whether you loved it or hated it, I have a hard time believing anybody who watched the two episode Season 3 premiere of True Detective didn’t find it much more approachable and engaging than its…more

Big6 Blog: Better Call Saul: S4E1 “Smoke” Review

Big6 Blog: Better Call Saul: S4E1 “Smoke” Review

By JASON MARTIN (August 6, 2018) If “Smoke” is any indication of the season at hand for Better Call Saul, it’s going to be another gem. This was undoubtedly a more serious opener, a little slower to move, but you can’t rush through and bullet your way around a moment like the death of Chuck…more

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B6B: TV REVIEW: The Mandalorian: Chapter 6

B6B: TV REVIEW: The Mandalorian: Chapter 6

By JASON MARTIN (@JMartZone – December 14, 2019) Another week, another attempt on Mando’s life. This is the Star Wars equivalent of “same old, same old,” but I’m not growing tired of it. While this was the longest episode of the series thus far, and it didn’t need to be, it was a well-crafted story…

Titans vs Texans: Week 15 Primer

Titans vs Texans: Week 15 Primer

During this seven-game stretch, the Titans have won the games they were “supposed” to win. Past Titans teams have pulled upsets and beaten teams they weren’t supposed to beat (the Saints in 2015, Green Bay in 2016, the Chiefs every time they’ve played them in recent history), but those Titans teams have followed up those games with disappointing stretches. This year’s team has avoided any let-down games, and in fact have gotten better each week.

B6B: MOVIE REVIEW: Dark Waters

B6B: MOVIE REVIEW: Dark Waters

By JASON MARTIN (@JMartZone – December 12, 2019) Sometimes, the sum of a project is better than its individual parts, and sometimes, one of the parts exceeds any other equation. As interesting and sobering as Dark Waters is, this is a movie that would be virtually nothing without the performance of Mark Ruffalo, and also…

B6B: MOVIE REVIEW: Jumanji: The Next Level

B6B: MOVIE REVIEW: Jumanji: The Next Level

By JASON MARTIN (@JMartZone – December 12, 2019) Let’s dispense with too many words before we get to the central point here: If you liked Welcome to the Jungle, you’re going to love The Next Level, because nothing that worked in the original reboot is discarded. It’s building on what succeeded, rather than attempting to…

B6B: MOVIE REVIEW: Richard Jewell

B6B: MOVIE REVIEW: Richard Jewell

By JASON MARTIN (@JMartZone – December 12, 2019) Stories told about the so-called “everyman” resonate with us because we know people in our own lives that reflect some, if not most, of the characteristics of the pro… or sometimes the antagonists portrayed. There’s a relationship to a neighbor or someone at church or school or…

Cumulus Nashville Collects Thousands of Toys at Toy Field!

Cumulus Nashville Collects Thousands of Toys at Toy Field!

CUMULUS NASHVILLE COLLECTS THOUSANDS OF TOYS AT TOY FIELD!  Cumulus Nashville radio stations NASH FM 103.3, 104-5 The Zone, 92Q, Super Talk 99.7 WTN and 95.5 NASH ICON collected thousands of toys and gifts for seniors in need at the 12th annual Toy Field presented by Planet Fitness to benefit The Salvation Army’s Forgotten Angel…

Titans vs Texans: Game Day Info

Titans vs Texans: Game Day Info

It’s a battle for first place in the AFC South as the Tennessee Titans (8-5) host their division-foe, the Houston Texans (8-5) Sunday at Nissan Stadium. Kickoff is scheduled for noon CST on Sunday, December 15th. The Titans will face the Texans twice in the next three weeks ending the regular season in Houston on…

Ben Jones Named Titans’ Nominee for Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award

Ben Jones Named Titans’ Nominee for Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award

BEN JONES NAMED TITANS’ NOMINEE FOR WALTER PAYTON NFL MAN OF THE YEAR AWARD PRESENTED BY NATIONWIDE Winner to be Announced at NFL Honors Night Before Super Bowl LIV NASHVILLE, TENN. – December 12, 2019 – The Tennessee Titans announced today that Ben Jones is the team’s nominee for the WALTER PAYTON NFL MAN OF THE YEAR AWARD…

Toy Field 2019 Press Release

Toy Field 2019 Press Release

The Salvation Army’s Forgotten Angels Program will benefit from the toys collected at the 12th Annual Toy Field presented by Cumulus Nashville and Planet Fitness – TOMORROW – at Nissan Stadium. Middle Tennessee listeners and client partners will help fulfill the dreams of many “forgotten children” this holiday season.

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