About Nashville with Mike Rodgers
About This Show
The Honkytonk Hitman, Mike Rodgers, a former professional boxer and country music singer hosts the About Nashville Podcast where he has casual conversations with the talented and interesting people that live in, around, or are just passing through Nashville.
Most Recent Episode
Ep 32: Jimmy Adams (Part2)
6 days ago
DON KING BUSINESS PARTNER/FORMER BOXING MANAGER Episode 32 of About Nashville with Mike Rodgers Today is part 2 of 2 with our guest, Jimmy Adams who is a business partner of Don King and former boxing manager of Ernie Shavers, Bert Cooper, Oliver McCall, Greg Page, Riddick Bowe, Tony Tucker, and many, many others. This was a completely exclusive interview for any fans of boxing who may wonder what goes on behind the scenes of big time boxing. He shared details that have never before been disclosed before to the press about the great careers of the boxers I’ve mentioned. They say you play football, you play baseball, and you can even play hockey, but you can never play boxing or you will get hurt. This interview reveals the good, the bad, and the ugly with the sport of boxing. Question of the Week – What do you love the most about Nashville? -About Nashville Feedback Phone Line- (615) 852-5552. Follow the show on Twitter & Facebook @AboutNashville Email the show at AboutNashville@gmail.com Call the -About Nashville Feedback Phone Line- (615) 852-5552 to ask questions or provide feedback that will be played and responded to on the show. Nashville News Fall Tennessee Craft Fair @ Centennial Park - September 23-25 - Handmade craft art of so many mediums are offered for sale Friday and Saturday: 10am-6pm Sunday: 10am-5pm Admission is free and open to the public! Nashville Chalkfest @ Fannie Mae Dees Park - September 24-25 Nashville Chalk Fest is a free, 2-day street painting festival with entertainment, food, and family fun; featuring sidewalk chalk art by professional artists. Location: Belcourt Avenue and 24th Avenue next to Fannie Mae Dees Park Times: Saturday, September 24 from 9am-7pm Sunday, September 25 from 11am-6pm