Top That! We will be broadcasting our statewide radio show LIVE from "Top That! Eatery" in Forsyth, Montana on Thursday morning from 9-10 a.m. I'll be set up even earlier if you want to come join us for breakfast starting around 7 a.m. (We'll even have a nice discount for you)

I wanted to get over to Miles City for at least part of the Buckin' Horse Sale weekend action, so why not stop in and see our friends in Forsyth along the way?

That's what our friend Bob Gilbert would always do on his way to Buckin' Horse. You knew it was Miles City Buckin' Horse time, because Bob Gilbert had his stack of records and he was swinging through KIKC Radio in Forsyth to host his own special classic country show. He did it every year on the way from Helena to Miles City for Buckin' Horse.

After we wrap up the show in Forsyth, we're off to Miles City for a couple events before Josh Turner and the Miles City Buckin' Horse Sale weekend kicks off.

If you want to come down and say hello, I'll be set up at Tubb's starting around noon until about 1:30 p.m. It is also connected to the Montana bar. Then, we will be at Miles City Liquor from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. if you want to drop in and see us there. These events will be paid for Americans for Prosperity-Montana.

Maybe we will see you at the Josh Turner concert in Miles City too?

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