This Week's Guests
Matt Gaetz is about to start his fourth term in Congress. He cruised to re-election in Florida's First District, where he's served since 2017. Now, as Republicans are set to take control of Congress in just a few weeks, investigations are at the top of the agenda, but Matt Gaetz says that Congress needs to be held just as accountable as the Biden White House. We'll find out just what he means by that when he appears on "Huckabee." Don't miss his interview this weekend!
Learn more about Rep. Matt Gaetz via the links to the left.
Tank Jones is an award-winning actor and producer whose long list of credits includes such hits as “Breaking Bad” and “CSI: Miami.” His latest is an inspiring new film based on a true story. It’s called “Paul’s Promise.” Set in Arkansas in the 1960s, it tells the true story of a racist firefighter who has a radical encounter with God and starts one of the first integrated churches in the South.
Learn more about Tank Jones and his new film "Paul's Promise" via the links to the left.
David Magee has amazed audiences around the world for over 25 years with his astounding mix of magic and psychology. He’s entertained our troops with the USO, and the International Magicians Society honored him as “Mentalist of the Year.” Be careful what you’re thinking as we welcome David Magee!
Tre Corley and the Music City Connection have been the absurdly good house band for "Huckabee" since day one. Made up of multiple Grammy, Dove, and GMA award-winning musicians, there is nothing these guys and gals can't play. You’re in for a treat this week as Tre and the MCC will be performing a Christmas classic, "Christmas Time is Here," featuring the 40-kid choir T.W. Hunter Choir, under the direction of Katie Baker. Experience the song live by watching their performance on "Huckabee.”
For more information about the band and their music, click the globe and social media icons to the left.