Meet NASCAR Driver Tony Stewart at Universal Orlando

Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines. NASCAR driver Tony Stewart will be making an appearance at the NASCAR Sports Grille at Universal Orlando CityWalk.

Stewart will be appearing on Thursday, October 28, 2010, from 6pm to 8pm.

It’s free to meet him, but you have to have a ticket to do so. Those free tickets are limited to 525 people and are available in the giftshop of the restaurant.

Expect this one to be packed.

Stewart is the driver of the Number 14 Office Depot/Old Spice Chevrolet and owner of Stewart-Haas Racing. He’s won many races, including two so far this year. He’s currently in seventh place in NASCAR’s Chase for the Sprint Cup championship points standings.

So head on down and get your free ticket a.s.a.p. because there probably won’t be any left by day of.

Tip: Go after 6pm to pay reduced parking in the Universal Orlando garage.

Country Rocker Christian Kane Hits Up Local Radio on October 26

If the name Christian Kane sounds familiar, it’s because he’s carved out quite an acting career with TV shows like Joss Whedon’s Angel and his current hit, Leverage, which airs on TNT.

But Kane is also an accomplished musician and tomorrow (October 26), he’ll be in town doing a radio tour to promote his new cd.

He’ll be at K92fm in Orlando at 10:30am and at 97 Country in Lakeland around 4pm.

The Christian Kane EP features five songs that are a good mixture of country rock, ballads and rowdy party tunes.

The lead track “House Rules” has been a favorite of fans for a while and the video for the song recently debuted on the CMT Network at the beginning of October.

You can purchase the EP at Kane’s website for only $5.

So if you want to be able to say “I knew him when he was just starting out…” go see him at one of his radio appearances tomorrow. This Texas boy has the potential to go far and will be putting out great music for years to come.

For those that want a taste of Kane at home, here’s the director’s cut of the “House Rules” video. It was directed by actor Timothy Hutton, Kane’s Leverage co-star, and features a really cool single-camera shot at the beginning.

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