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Country radio will soon be welcoming Dee Jay Silver as a regular on the airwaves with his new syndicated show “The Country Club with Dee Jay Silver”. The RCA recording artist and mixer will use the show as a place to feature country hits and newcomers, all infused with his signature rhythms and samples from other genres.
The tone will be uptempo and modern, providing one to five hours of remixes and mash-ups. “Dee Jay Silver is a star. He’s built a very unique brand. Creating a radio show makes perfect sense. Silver will be ratings gold. We’re going to have a blast!” said Keith Kaufman who is producing and programming the show. Compass Media Networks will provide the syndication.
“I love radio!” Silver said. “Although my schedule is very hectic and I’m always on the road, whenever I’m on the radio, it feels like home. This is going to be tons of fun!”
Sounds like it, Dee Jay. We’re all looking forward to this!
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Lucy Hale is making her rounds doing radio station events to promote her upcoming album, and she recently stopped into 103.1 WIRK in South Florida. Lucy took the stage at country nightclub, Renegades, to give fans a glimpse at who Lucy is beyond her role as Aria Montgomery on ABC Family’s hit show, Pretty Little Liars. We were fortunate enough to be among those who were on the receiving end of four songs that will appear on Lucy’s debut country album.
As part of After MidNite’s 20th anniversary celebration, Country music stars Dierks Bentley, Justin Moore, Craig Morgan and Chris Young will take over hosting duties for After MidNite in September. Each artist will sit behind the mic and give fans their unique, week-long take as host of the program. The 20-week takeover, which began on August 1 and runs through the end of 2013, also features special guest appearances, interviews and much more.
Below is the guest host schedule for September:
Craig Morgan – September 2 – 8
Dierks Bentley – September 9 – 15
Justin Moore – September 16 – 22
Chris Young – September 23 – 29
The celebrity takeover kicked off in August with Carrie Underwood, Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood, and Jake Owen. Additional hosts will be announced in the near future.
Alan Jackson’s August 27 show at Nashville’s Station Inn will be broadcast live on 650 AM WSM, streamed on wsmonline.com, and available via the WSM mobile app beginning at 9:30pm CT. The broadcast will be hosted by WSM’s Eddie Stubbs.
Jackson’s show will feature the players from Jackson’s upcoming The Bluegrass Album, set for release September 24. Jackson wrote eight of the fourteen songs on The Bluegrass Album, which will be released on ACR (Alan’s Country Records)/EMI Records Nashville and is produced by Keith Stegall and Jackson’s nephew, Adam Wright.
WSM is the most famed country music station in the world. Each day, the station shares country, bluegrass and Americana as well as the excitement of Music City with friends in Middle Tennessee and listeners around the world. WSM’s Eddie Stubbs is a CMA Award-winning broadcast personality and a member of the Country Radio Hall of Fame; each weeknight, Eddie’s WSM broadcasts showcase his unique insight on country music.
Tickets for the show are $25.00 and may be reserved in-person at the Station Inn beginning at 1:00pm on August 26 (the day before the show); tickets are limited to four per purchaser, and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. People reserving tickets must be present at the Station Inn the night of the show when doors open at 7:00pm – cash payment and a photo ID must be presented at that time, and all members of the ticket purchaser’s party must be present for admission.
Congratulations to Luke Bryan and the team at Capitol Nashville! The country star posted the most radio adds this week for his brand new single “That’s My Kind Of Night.” His single earned 112 adds this week alone on reporting country radio stations in the United States.
Don’t forget to catch Luke this weekend as he takes over CMT (America) all weekend long. His special kicks off at 2 pm EST on Saturday with a behind-the-scenes look at the making of “Crash My Party.”
Have you heard Luke’s new single on your local country station?
With popular radio host Blair Garner leaving his spot on the show he created “After Midnite,” some of country music’s brightest stars will be filling in. Blair will be moving on to a brand new spot with New York City’s NASHFM. His final program date is July 31st for “After Midnite.”
Stars booked to perform fill-in duties throughout the month of August include Carrie Underwood, Jake Owen, Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, and Lady Antebellum‘s Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood. The artists will take over for a week each through August. There will be a new host announced in August.
Blair will be hosting the morning show on NASHFM. Will you be tuning in?
On Thursday, June 20th, America’s Morning Show hit the airwaves featuring Blair Garner and an all-star cast of country music stars including Terri Clark, Chuck Wicks & Sunny Sweeney. As if that lineup wasn’t big enough, the show’s first interviews included some of music’s biggest names, including Kelly Clarkson, Hunter Hayes and Thompson Square.
Our friends over at America’s Morning Show provided us with all of these great interviews!
Listen here as Kelly Clarkson discusses her lost engagement rings, her new country single and her love for Terri Clark, including some musical confusion and a little bit of singing.
Listen here as Hunter Hayes prepares for a performance on The Today Show, talks about racing cars with Blair and discusses his new re-release Encore and recording with Jason Mraz!
Listen here to hear Thompson Square discussing vocal rest and the #1 party for “If I Didn’t Have You.”
When NASH FM 94.7 premiered last year, New Yorkers breathed a sigh of relief as country had finally returned to the Big Apple. As the station continues to strike a chord with listeners in the Tri-State Area, Cumulus announced that “America’s Morning Show” will be hitting the air TOMORROW. June 20. The all-star cast at the helm of this endeavor includes radio veteran Blair Garner and music stars Terri Clark, Sunny Sweeney, Chuck Wicks and Lee Ann Womack.
The new morning show will begin later this month, airing weekdays from 6-10am. The show will feature country’s biggest hits and stars, as well as New York traffic and weather. The show will originate in Nashville before a studio audience, with frequent broadcasts from the NASH FM studios in Manhattan.
No one is more excited to take on New York’s country fans than Garner. “I am thrilled to begin waking up the New York area’s Country listeners on NASH FM 94.7 with an uplifting Country start to the day,” He said. “New Yorkers are embracing NASH FM in an amazing way and I look forward to bringing the Country music lifestyle to the Big Apple straight from Nashville.”
For more information on “American’s Morning Show,” make sure to follow them on Twitter and Facebook. You can also follow the all-star cast: @blairgarner, @chuckwicks, @terriclarkmusic, @leeannwomack & @gettinsweenered.
Country fans who couldn’t snag a ticket for either of Dwight Yoakam‘s sold out concerts at the Ryman are in luck! Dwight, who will be returning to the historic Ryman Auditorium stage for the first time since 2005 this Friday. His live concert will be broadcast on Sirius/XM’s Outlaw Country channel starting at 10 pm EST. The concert had sold out in less than 30 minutes, so Dwight added a second date – which also sold out in under 30 minutes.
Fans can tune in to hear some of his classic hits as well as tracks from his brand new album “3 Pears” on Warner Music Nashville. If you miss the broadcast, it will re-air on Thursday, July 4th.
Will you be tuning in, or were you one of the lucky few that managed to score tickets?