During Thursday's broadcast of the “Rick & Bubba Show,” hosts Bill "Bubba" Bussey and Rick Burgess reacted to 1819 News' reporting of Smiths Station Mayor F.L. "Bubba" Copeland, also a Baptist pastor, who has been posing as a transgender woman on social media.
Tuesday, the two hosts of the “Rick & Bubba Show” reacted to President Joe Biden recently claiming that nothing from his presidency should be considered "extreme."
On Tuesday, Bill "Bubba" Bussey and Rick Burgess of "The Rick & Bubba Show" reacted to the recent uptick in COVID-19 cases and the immediate response to require masking.
Wednesday, Rick Burgess and Bill "Bubba" Bussey of the "Rick & Bubba Show" railed against the Biden administration’s decision to make Colorado the permanent home of U.S. Space Command over Huntsville.
During an interview on "Rick & Bubba University," new UAB head football coach Trent Dilfer issued a warning to Power 5 coaches who might attempt to poach his players.
Rick Burgess and Bill “Bubba” Bussey of the “Rick & Bubba Show” discussed how questioning the U.S. government’s stance on COVID-19 has been mocked and ridiculed. Now, they say more evidence is emerging that some of the so-called conspiracies may actually be true.
Tuesday on the "Rick & Bubba Show," 2024 GOP presidential candidate former Vice President Mike Pence discussed his recently announced run for president and his upcoming speaking appearance at Gridiron Men’s Conference in Huntsville this weekend.
During an interview with "Rick & Bubba" from the Regions Tradition golf tournament, country music star Riley Green discussed his decision to drop "Bud Light" from one of his most popular songs and replace it with "Coors Light."
During the latest "Rick & Bubba University" podcast, Jason Whitlock, a columnist and podcast host with The Blaze, slammed the left for being driven by feelings when it comes to ideology.
'Men and women are equal but they're not the same'
During a wide-ranging conversation with "1819 News The Podcast" host and 1819 Media president Bryan Dawson, Rick Burgess and Bill "Bubba" Bussey, co-hosts of the "Rick & Bubba Show' weighed in the current political environment in Alabama.
Wednesday, Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) took to the nationally syndicated "Rick & Bubba Show" to commemorate the upcoming 50th anniversary of Title IX, which he credits for the expansion of female sports at the grade school and collegiate levels.