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Radio Show Notes from March 26, 2018

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In Case You Missed It: Meanwhile, in Florida…an Orlando family arrives home with their new baby and finds a six-foot alligator chilling in their pool. The Mississippi State Lady Bulldogs make it to their second consecutive Final Four game after Read more…


Radio Show Notes From March 19, 2018

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On today’s show: the Bulldogs beat Baylor on the bounce at the buzzer; a brilliant solution to a really gross problem; Midland dabbles in Spanish; why are the deer still crossing the roads?


Radio Show Notes For March 16, 2018

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On the show today: – Feel Good Story Of The Day: Scottish doctor walks eight miles in the snow to perform surgery on her patient.  No word on whether or not her walk was uphill both ways too. – Big weekend Read more…


60 Seconds Of Country Music History For March Fifteenth

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On this date in country music history 1933 In a New York City recording studio, Tex Ritter records his first two singles, “Rye Whiskey” and “Goodbye Old Paint.” 1950 Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs’ “Foggy Mountain Breakdown,” is released by Read more…


Radio Show Notes From March 14 2018

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In Case You Missed It The Natchez Fire Department is looking for a few good retirees to fill some shifts part-time. Sugarland’s Jennifer Nettles can really project when she sings.  Here is how she keeps her voice in top shape. Willie Read more…


60 Seconds Of Country Music History For March Fourteenth

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60 Seconds Of Country Music History For March 14th 1941 Gene Autry’s movie “Back In The Saddle” debuts in theaters. In the film, Gene sings “Back In The Saddle Again,” and “You Are My Sunshine.” 1972 Merle Haggard gets pardoned Read more…


Radio Show Notes From March 5 2018

In case you missed it: – Mississippi River Update:  The Bonnet Carre Spillway is expected to open by the end of the month.  It was last opened for 22 days in 2016. – Legendary music entrepreneur and Tower Records founder Read more…


Tower Records Founder Russ Solomon Dies While Drinking Whiskey And Watching The Oscars

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Solomon founded Tower Records in 1960 The legendary music entrepreneur reportedly died after making a snarky remark about someone’s wardrobe: he was giving his opinion of what someone was wearing that he thought was ugly, then asked (his wife) Patti Read more…


Radio Show Notes From March 1 2018

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In case you missed it on the show today Reba McEntire announced the 2018 ACM nominees this morning.  Chris Stapleton leads the field with 8 of them.  Reba will host the April 15th awards ceremony also. If you need more proof Read more…


2018 Academy of Country Music Awards Nominees Announced

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Chris Stapleton leads the field of 2018 ACM nominees with eight of them, including his first for Entertainer Of The Year. 2017 ACM Male Vocalist Of The Year Thomas Rhett earns six.