No Repeat Mondays

Every Monday on The Tiger, hear all your favorite songs with NO repeats. It’s No Repeat Mondays on The Tiger 95.9, where we REFUSE to play any song more than once.

The Weekday Rush Comedy Spotlight (June 29): Weird Al Yankovic

Instagram: @alfredyankovic Twitter: @alyankovic Nearest Tour Date: Friday August 19th at Mark C. Smith Concert Hall in Huntsville, Alabama AND August 20th in Birmingham, Alabama at the Alabama Theatre Find Tickets: https://bit.ly/3u8FYYS Few would have guessed that “Weird Al” Yankovic – who as a shy, accordion-playing teenager got his start sending in homemade tapes to the Dr. Demento Radio Show– would go on to become a pop culture icon and the biggest-selling comedy recording artist of all time, with classic song and music video parodies such as“Eat It,” “Like a Surgeon,” “Smells Like Nirvana,” “Amish Paradise,” “White & Nerdy” and “Word Crimes.”…

2022 Beauregard Football Schedule

Tiger 95.9 FM is proud to be your home for Beauregard Athletics! 2022 is going to be another great year for Hornet football. Every Friday night, keep your stations tuned to Tiger 95.9 or download the Tiger Communications app from your phone’s app store to hear all Hornet football games as they battle for the 2022 state title!  

Movie Monday (August 1): Nope

Each week, I will look at a movie that is currently in theaters or available to stream and give some reasons why people should watch it. This isn’t necessarily a film critique, rather, an overview of what I think is enjoyable about the film, and why it’s worth seeing. This week we’ll be looking at Jordan Peele’s latest film, Nope. Nope has caused a pretty starch contrast in enjoyment levels from those that have already seen it. Some think it to be a wonderfully deep movie with great effects to boot, while others label it as one of the worst movies they’ve seen. I’m not…

Movie Monday (August 8): IT

Each week, I will look at a movie that is currently in theaters or available to stream and give some reasons why people should watch it. This isn’t necessarily a film critique, rather, an overview of what I think is enjoyable about the film, and why it’s worth seeing. This week, we’ll look back at the chilling It, from 2017. The 2017 version of It became a box office hit raking in over 300 million dollars in the U.S. and 700 million worldwide. Almost unbelievable numbers for a rated R horror movie. That’s because, in the second attempt at an adaptation to the Stephen King…
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