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On the Kstar Country Classic Show this Sunday our Spotlight Segment this week we feature an entertainer who started out his career in radio, working at several stations all around the country. But when World War II came along, he enlisted, and was assigned to bombardier school, eventually flying mis
sions over Japan. When the war ended he resumed his radio career, and while working at a California radio station, his deep resonant voice caught the attention of a music executive. Capitol records signed him to a recording contract. His first release went top 10. Television then came calling. Find out more about this country music Hall of Famer, with three stars on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame this Sunday. Mary’s “Cover Me” segment features a song that was #1 for 14 weeks in 1947, with the cover version also going top 10. The Email of the Week asks about an unusual spoken word record from Eddy Arnold, plus theres music from Hank Williams, Lefty Frizzell, Marie Osmond, Connie Smith and lots more including the Sunday Funny. It’s the Kstar Country Classics Show, Sunday morning, 8-10, on 99.7FM and kstarcountry.com
oct. 10, 2019, 5:28 après-midi GMT
This Sunday with Mary
oct. 10, 2019, 5:21 après-midi GMT
On the Kstar Country Classics Show this Sunday our Spotlight Segment will focus on an entertainer, whose popularity on the Louisiana Hayride lead to the Grand Ole Opry stage where he was a favorite for over 50 years. He’s in three different Halls of Fame in his home state. Dolly Parton, to this day,
credits him with giving her, her first big break in the music industry, when she was 13 years old! Find out more Sunday. Mary’s “Cover Me” song this week was originally a hit in 1945. The cover, also a hit, came along sixteen years later. Our Email of the Week asks about a one-hit wonder Rock ‘n Roll singer who tried his hand at country music. Plus, there’s the Sunday Funny, the Doubleshot, and lots more including Carl Smith’s last top 10 record, Ann Murray first chart record, and a Roy Acuff classic to celebrate his birthday. It’s the Kstar Country Classics Show, Sunday morning, 8-10, on 99.7 FM and kstarcountry.com.
sep. 9, 2019, 5:14 après-midi GMT
On the Kstar Country Classics Show this week, we put the Spotlight on a entertainer who as a small child proclaimed that he was going to be a star, and even though he spent a majority of his childhood in foster homes and orphanages, his determination never waned. He learned to play guitar and eventu
ally became one of the most respected session men in Nashville. He eventually got a recording contract, and was well known for his novelty songs. He went on to do movies and TV. We’ll tell you more about this Country Music Hall of Famer Sunday. Mary’s “Cover Me” song is one of Hank Williams most popular tunes, even though the record company originally released it as a B-side. This is the first weekend of NFL action and both the Sunday Funny and Email of the Week are football related. All this and lots more including songs from two classic country music superstars who would have been celebrating birthday. It’s the Kstar Country Classics Show, Sunday morning, 8-10, on 99.7FM and kstarcountry.com
sep. 3, 2019, 7:13 après-midi GMT
On the Kstar Country Classics Show this Sunday, our Spotlight will feature one of the most beloved entertainers in country music history. A singer/songwriter who’s main influences in his life were his Texas Ranger grandfather, and Gene Autry. An artist who’s music spanned four decades. His very firs
t chart record went to #1. His most famous song went to the top of both the Country and Pop charts, and was the first country song to win a Grammy. He went nineteen consecutive years having a song to appear on the charts. We’ll tell you more Sunday. Mary’s “Cover Me” segment features one of the biggest country hits of 1974, and it was the cover song. Our Email of the Week asks about a song that was inspired by a popular TV show, and a country superstar who would have been celebrating a birthday will get a Double Shot. All this and lots more, including the Sunday Funny. It’s the Kstar Country Classics Show, Sunday morning, 8-10, on 99.7FM and kstarcountry.com
août 28, 2019, 6:08 après-midi GMT
On the Kstar Country Classics Show this Sunday, our Spotlight segment features an entertainer who’s career record sales are somewhere near 70,000,000! Though he never had a #1 country hit on the U.S. charts. He loved listening to country radio as a child, but he didn’t decide to give the music busin
ess a try until he was in the Navy. He also worked in a meat market, a job that caused him to change the way he played guitar. And, you can thank Col. Tom Parker for getting him his first recording contract. We’ll tell you more about this Country Music Hall of Famer Sunday. Plus, you’ll hear the most successful instrumental song in country music history. There’s also Mary’s “Cover Me” segment, our Sunday Funny, Email of the Week, Dolly Parton’s first #1 record, and do you remember the first Elvis song released following his death? You’ll hear it Sunday. All of this and lots more, it’s the Kstar Country Classics Show, Sunday morning, 8-10, on 99.7FM and kstarcountry.com.
août 19, 2019, 4:17 après-midi GMT
On the Kstar Country Classics Show this Sunday our Spotlight Segment shines on an artist who showed a love of music at a very young age, in fact, when he was ten, he traded his bike for a guitar. He was in both the US Army and US Navy. He drove a log truck for a while, but then decided to pursue a c
areer in music. He moved to Nashville, and got an audition with the Grand Ol’ Opry. They like what they heard and hired him, making him the first artist, ever, to join the Opry without a record contract. Columbia records eventually signed him and in 1959, and he had one of the biggest songs of the year. We’ll fill in the blanks Sunday. Speaking of ‘big’ songs, Mary’s “Cover Me” features a song that was #1 for over five months in 1947, and it would be twenty years before a cover version would chart. Our Email of the Week asks about a song about body parts. All this and lots more, including the Sunday Funny. It’s the Kstar Country Classics Show, Sunday morning, 8-10, on 99.7FM and kstarcountry.com
août 12, 2019, 9:51 après-midi GMT
Our Spotlight segment on this Sundays Kstar Country Classics Show shines on a country music legend who worked as a cabin boy in the Merchant Marines when he was 12 years old. He got his first guitar when he was 14, and performed his first show in a church basement when he was 16. He continued playin
g gigs and working odd jobs, until he auditioned for a job at a radio station. He got the job, and then was signed by RCA records soon after. It was a partnership that would last 40 years. By the way, he occasionally worked as a singing trick roper, with his horse Shawnee. Find out more Sunday. Mary’s “Cover Me” segment features one of the biggest songs of 1959, and its cover three years later. The Email of the week asks about a somewhat obscure Hank Williams tribute song released shortly after his death. You’ll hear it, along with lots more including the Sunday Funny, and the Double Shot. It’s the Kstar Country Classics Show, this Sunday morning, 8-10, on 99.7FM and kstarcountry.com
août 5, 2019, 7:42 après-midi GMT
On the Kstar Country Classics Show this Sunday, our Spotlight segment features an artist whose in the Rockabilly and Rock ‘n Roll Halls of Fame, the International Gospel Hall of Fame, and had thirty singles to make the Country charts. It all started when she won a talent contest at age 11. Hank Thom
pson heard her sing when she was 17, and got her a record deal and put her on tour, where she often shared the same bill as Elvis. She had a very successful Las Vegas gig, her own TV show, and was nominated for two Grammys, and after seven decades of performing, officially retired earlier this year. Find out more Sunday. Our Sunday Funny this week is something a little different. Mary’s “Cover Me” song is the writers not so successful version, and the performers #1 hit. Plus there’s the Email of the Week, the Double Shot, and lots more. It’s the Kstar Country Classics Show, Sunday morning, 8-10, on 99.7FM and kstarcountry.com
juil. 29, 2019, 9:46 après-midi GMT
On the Kstar Country Classics Show this Sunday morning, our Spotlight Segment focuses on an artist who, in a one year period between 1973 and 1974, had seven #1 singles on the country charts, all of which also charted pop. And to think his first venture into music was a blues and jazz group he forme
d called The Velvetones. And he’s part of Country music lore because of a stunt he pulled at the 1975 CMA awards. Find out more about this former Country Music Entertainer of the Year this Sunday. Can you imagine anyone other than Merle Haggard doing “Mama Tried”? Well, Mary’s “Cover Me” segment has another version, from a very unlikely source! Plus, there’s the Sunday Funny, the Email of the Week, a Double Shot, and music from Hank Thompson, Webb Pierce, Ray Price, and lots more. It’s the Kstar Country Classics Show, Sunday morning, 8-10, on 99.7FM and kstarcountry.com
juil. 22, 2019, 6:37 après-midi GMT
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