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Record Breakers

January 6, 2018

Sugarland released their debut single, “Baby Girl”, from their album, “Twice the Speed of Life”, in 2004 and spent 46 weeks on the charts.  The song peaked at number two, and set records for the longest chart run since 1990 and the highest chart position for a debut single in 13 years. Sugarland has received...

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Keith Urban urban did a 10 minute set paying tribute to the many musicians who left us in 2017. See it here…...

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Pure Prairie Sound

December 30, 2017

Pure Prairie League first formed in 1965, and through various organizations, and personnel changes, continues to tour and entertain. “Amie” and “Let Me Love You Tonight” are two of the bands most memorable songs, with Vince Gill handling lead vocal on both.  Vince has since established himself with a solo Country Music career. The Norman...

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Kay went to Lon Morris College where she majored in drama.  She put her studies to good use when she took to the New York stage in, “West Side Story”, “Promises, Promises”, and “Hello Dolly”. She was writing songs too, and many were recorded by other artists including The Judds and Dottie West. Kay proved...

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Original Singing Cowboy

December 16, 2017

Tracing the career of Gene Autry, would cover film, music, songwriting, acting, performing, rodeo and much more. He is remembered as the original singing cowboy, and for his many Christmas holiday songs. In 1946, Autry was Grand Marshal of the Santa Claus Lane Parade, and as he rode, he heard people shout, “Here Comes Santa...

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Second Generation Country

December 9, 2017

He moved to Canada from Australia at the age of five, and grew up in Alberta.  His Mom was a professional Country singer, and she encouraged young Gord Bamford to pursue his dreams in Country Music. Since then, Gord has released six albums, had a number one single, and placed several in the top ten....

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Roots Artist of the Year

December 2, 2017

He grew up in Sarnia, Ontario and went to Fanshawe College in London, where he studied music. His first album was released in 1996, and since then Sean Hogan has been heard on Country Music radio stations across North America. The Canadian Country Music Association awarded him, “Independent Male Artist of the Year”, in 1997,...

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My Little Sister

November 25, 2017

Hard work and determination have driven these three sisters from Utah for over twenty five years.  Kristyn Osborn, Kelsi Osborn and Kassidy Osborn called themselves “The Osborn Sisters”.  They recorded an album for RCA that was never released. They changed their name to Shedaisy, a Navajo term meaning, “My Little Sister”, and since then have...

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Eighteen number ones!

November 18, 2017

He could have gone to art school, but he opted to join the US Army.  He joined a musical trio and discovered his talent for performance and after leaving the Army decided to pursue his dream. It wasn’t easy for Earl Thomas Conley and for ten years he worked odd jobs to make ends meet,...

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cknx Relief Truck

November 17, 2017

Once again, forces are coming together to help collect food for the local food banks in Huron County. Starting December 1st, 2017, Buzz Reynolds from CKNX AM920 will move into and live in an empty 53 ft. tractor trailer. He will broadcast his morning radio show from there until it’s full of non-perishable food items...

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