Even as a little kid, I always wanted to be on the radio. My mom told me that I would grab a jump rope and pretend it was a microphone. Something very very special happened one year ago this week. I was inducted into the Country Radio Hall of Fame in Nashville. I was so nervous about my induction speech. I finished writing it and adding to it moments before I hit the stage. A few hours before the ceremony, my wife and I went to the Country Music Hall of Fame to check out the Austin Outlaws exhibit. A few weeks before the Country Radio Broadcasters asked me what I would like to use for my "walk up" music as I made my way to the microphone to give my speech. I choose "London Homesick Blues", a great Austin song and also the theme of Austin City Limits. It seemed to fit, right? As we toured the exhibit, I noticed the handwritten lyrics to "London Homesick Blues" hanging on a wall. I took that as a sign from above that I had made the right choice. Here is my induction speech and you can tell I was nervous......speaking in front of my radio heroes....wow. And I need to apologize to my wife for the ending of the speech. Great memories of a great night!