Big Time with Whitney Allen’s Earns Masters From the School of Hard Knocks

"I had the moment of 'Oh, God. I'm gonna die.' Then my brain went like this, "God, I'm gonna die. I'm not gonna die like this. I had my hand on my three dogs who were totally calm in the passengers seat and I said, 'Please God, don't like me die like this.' It was harrowing. If there had been a tree, Dave, across that road or a branch, we wouldn't have made it."

Country music radio star Whitney Allen

From a five-year-old girl who dreamed of being on the air to rubbing elbows with Keith Urban, Whitney Allen has carved out a career as one of the top radio personalities in country music. But there is so much more than celebrity interviews and trips to Nashville for Allen. She emotionally describes the impact of the Borderline Bar shooting and a narrow escape from the Woolsey Fire that destroyed the homes of her neighbors. Not to mention an encounter with the Mexican cartel that resulted in a unique coffee table souvenir. We talk what’s it like to be an online dating pioneer, career ups and downs, unconditional love and what she would ask God if and when she has the chance.

The Dave Lewis Show
The Dave Lewis Show
Big Time with Whitney Allen's Earns Masters From the School of Hard Knocks

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