Statt-us Update 12/4/19 – Today’s Headlines & More

Here’s a quick way to get caught up on what’s going on in the world. Everyday B-105’s StattMan puts together a collection of news stories that might impact the average person in Cincinnati. In no particular order. Nothing political or to heavy, just good country fun.

The Who: The Night That Changed Rock Documentry

If you missed it, I stress that you watch it.  It is a sad piece of Cincinnati history finally explained.

The Who Announces Return To Cincinnati  For 2020 Concert 40 Years After Tragedy

Band will play at Northern Kentucky University April 23

Forty years later, members of The Who say they want to put that dark day in the band’s chapter behind them and provide some healing for the Tri-State and themselves.

WCPO has learned exclusively that the British rockers are finally returning to the Cincinnati area for their first show since the Dec. 3, 1979 concert, where 11 young people died outside the arena.

The Who will perform on Thursday, April 23, 2020 at BB&T Arena at Northern Kentucky University.

About 11,000 tickets – all for reserved seating – go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 6, through Ticketmaster.

Willie Has To Quit Smoking The Devil’s Lettuce 

Willie Nelson announced he is no longer smoking due to ongoing health and breathing issues. Nelson is known for singing the virtues of smoking pot and even has his own line of marijuana products. On Friday, he said “I have abused my lungs quite a bit in the past, so breathing is a little more difficult these days and I have to be careful,” Nelson, 86, said. Nelson had to postpone the tail end of his tour in August due to breathing issues. He resumed the tour the next month.

Beloved ‘Baby Yoda’ Rumored To Grow Into ‘Kid Yoda’, Will Appear In Future ‘Star Wars’ Movies

Ever since The Mandalorian‘s first episode premiered on Disney+ on November 12, it’s been hard to go anywhere on the internet — Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, you name it — without seeing Baby Yoda.

Having chanced upon a good thing, they’re not about to let it slide, that Baby Yoda will continue to appear in Star Wars beyond The Mandalorian. In fact, he’ll soon become Kid Yoda and show up in future films to help the heroes.  It’s unclear as yet which movies he might appear in or who he’ll interact with, but rest assured the little guy will show up somewhere.

Extremely Illegal Record For Cross-Country Cannonball Run Shattered

Twas the Night Before Christmas – Country Music All-Star Version

A winning Lottery Ticket For $14.6 Million Just Went Unclaimed

A Woman Found Out Her Husband Was Cheating By Seeing Him In A Photo Alongside A Restaurant Review

WHEN HIS latest restaurant review was published, a food critic had no idea he was about to expose a married man’s alleged secret affair.