George Jones recently cancelled shows due to an on-going recovery after being hospitalized for six days due to an upper respiratory infection. The 80-year-old Country Music Hall of Famer joins the likes of Loretta Lynn and Merle Haggard, who have also had to cancel several recent …
Garth Brooks and Connie Smith are two of the newest inductees into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Although both are deserving of the honor, we've thought of 10 other Country legends who we think should be in the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Richie Phillips recently wrote an article about the first concert that he ever introduced as an air talent on WGNA. The featured headliner that night was Randy Travis with an up and coming artist by the name of Ricky Van Shelton opening the show. So, whatever happened to Ricky?
A knee surgery and pneumonia kept country legend Loretta Lynn from fulfilling a number of her late 2011 tour dates. An unknown ailment is keeping her off the road to begin 2012. The singer has canceled her first shows of the year, a Jan. 7 stop in Ashland, Ken. and a Jan. 8 show in Durham, N.C.
Over the past few years I've had the pleasure of hosting several Classic Country themed shows on WMHT-TV. Now, I'm happy to report that I'll be hosting the local segments of the upcoming PBS special, 'Opry Memories.'
This Memorial Holiday weekend Country 107.7, WGNA-FM honors our servicemen and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice to our great nation. We will also let you reflect on some great Country music memories from the 80's and 90's.