‘Taste of Country’ now a national radio show
blog by S.J. Velasquez • July 03, 2012 @ 9:04am
Fans of WYRK’s “Taste of Country” annual concert—and fans of country music, in general—now have a brand new syndicated country radio show to look forward to each evening.
On Monday night, Citadel Media national personality Jeremy Robinson (of “The Jeremy Show”) took over the mic for the brand new “Taste Of Country Nights” radio show. Radio-info.com reports that the 7 p.m. show was named after TasteOfCountry.com, which was inspired by the local WYRK summer concert.
The Band Perry kicked off the radio show as its first official guests Monday evening, contributing to what Robinson described as a house party atmosphere.
“Anybody can pop in. Listeners poppin’ in, your favorite country stars poppin’ in for an impromptu acoustic performance… Everybody is stopping by to have fun,” Robinson said in a TasteOfCountry.com interview. “This show is gonna be the most fun on the radio.”
“Taste of Country Nights” airs weeknights at 7 p.m. on WYRK 106.5 and on stations across the country. Listeners can tune in online, too.
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