Worldwide Country Discovery Ten – Stardate August 10,2015
This is the 6th leg of our Voyage aboard Worldwide Country Discovery 10 as we seek out friendly Disk Jockeys worldwide. This part of Discovery 10’s adventure continues with making its sixth call and this time landing in Canada to pick up Brad Tucker. Brad now joins Judy Welden, Rhonnie Scheuerman, Wayne Jacobs, Dave Caley, Barbara Blevins, Keith Bradford, Larry M.Clark and Dan Schafer, who are now all comfortably seated in the VIP section of Discovery 10 as we prepare to lift off and continue on this our 10th adventure to seek out fame and fortune for our Discovery Voyagers. The Captain of Discovery 10 respectfully asks that all Disc Jockey’s would consider downloading and adding the following new Hits songs to their radio playlists for airing on their exciting radio shows.
* Brad Tucker takes his seat in the VIP section of Discovery #10 as he prepares to perform his latest hit, “Girl ( For Pearl)” to willing DJ’s worldwide and beyond.
* Wayne Jacobs from the United Kingdom now joins us on Discovery #10 with a song that is already a huge hit, “May We Never Forget”
*Judy Welden and her songwriting partner Rhonnie Scheuerman are now safely aboard with the song they wrote, “Lets Make America Great Again”
*Dave Caley from Kokoma, Indiana is now on board with his brand new radio hit, “The River”
* From Hobbs New Mexico Dan Schafer, Barbara Blevins and Keith Bradford with their newest collaboration, “Sounds Of Loneliness”
* Larry M. Clark from Pegram, Tennessee comes to you with his latest radio release, “Cant Take The Country”
We will be adding more artists to this release during the month and hope that the Disc Jockeys worldwide will find these songs worthy of their playlists.
The Captain of Discovery 10 as always thanks all Disc Jockeys and Radio Stations in advance for considering these songs for playlisting on their radio shows or stations.
If you are an Independent Artist and want to book a seat on any of our Discovery Voyages, seeking out DJ’s who would be kind enough to add your songs to their Playlists then you can contact us anytime at email@example.com. We always have a VIP package deal and a really good window seat available for you on our Discovery Voyages.
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THE BIG E IS NO MORE Pedal steel guitar legend Buddy Emmons, member of the Steel Guitar Hall of Fame, inventive musician who popularizes the pedal steel guitar in Jazz, Country, and Western Swing bands performs with many of the biggest stars. In fact, Buddy plays the magnificent steel guitar solo on Judy Collins 1969 hit single Someday Soon, plus Ray Price’s Night Life and Faron Young’s Sweet Dreams. Pedal steel guitar innovator Buddy Emmons (The Big E) dies at 78 near Nashville in Hermitage, TN on July 29, 2015.
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ELVIS PRESLEY TUNESMITH BIDS FAREWELL Roy C. Bennett and his writing partner Sid Teppett write more than 300 songs, that includes 42 Elvis Presley tunes. Also The Beatles, Frank Sinatra, Perry Como and Wayne Newton. The duo has five songs in The King’s Blue Hawaii. Bennett & Tepper also pen Red Roses for a Blue Lady (Bobby Vinton) and The Naughty Lady of Shady Lane (Ames Brothers). Bennett is born Israel Brodsky on August 12, 1918 in Brooklyn, NY. On July 2, 2015 Roy C. Bennett dies at 96 in Queens, NY.
CHICAGO LOLLAPALOOZA SEVERE STORM STIRS MASS EXODUS On Sunday, August 2, 2015 during the Lollapalooza music festival in downtown Chicago, IL’s Grant Park a burst of thunderstorms causes mass evacuation. As the storm collapses a festival tent in west suburban Wood Dale Prairie Fest near Wood Dale Junior High one person dies, three seriously injured and 17-20 more rush to area hospitals. According to Wood Dale Deputy Police Chief Mike Rivas, the microburst causes a dome in northwest Rosemont to collapse.
BAYOU CITY MIX HAS NEW MORNING MINGLE As part of KHMX FM’s 25th anniversary celebration it moves the Dave, Mahoney and DK morning show from Alternative KXTE FM (X107.5) Pahrump/Las Vegas, NV to Hot AC (Mix 96.5) KHMX FM Greenway Plaza Suite 1900 studios in Houston, TX. The morning trio replaces Atom Smasher and Shawnda McNeal who leave the building at the end of June 2015. The trio’s Space City debut is on Monday, September 14, 2015 in celebration of KHMX FM’s 25th anniversary.
TRIVIA QUESTION: When is Wolfman Jack’s first broadcast on WNBC-660 in New York City? The answer appears below.
MOVERS AND SHAKERS
•HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Charles George Saturday, August 8, 2015. •KTVT TV CBS CH 11 Dallas, TX adds 2 to its news team: Laurie Passman from KTVK TV Phoenix, AZ assistant news director and CJ Hoyt from WTOL TV Toledo, OH managing editor. •KTAR FM Sports (98.7) Phoenix, AZ Arizona’s Morning News anchor Boston, MA native Arizona Broadcast Hall of Fame newscaster Ned Foster with 40 years in radio news retires at the end of November 2015. •RUSH LIMBAUGH SHOW celebrates year #28 on August 1, 2015.
ENTERTAINMENT AND NEWS MILESTONES
•1957 U.S. performs Nevada Test Site nuclear test on August 10th. •1960 JOHNNY HORTON’s final recording of his life on August 9th North To Alaska during 2-hour session at Bradley Film & Recording Studio in Nashville, TN. •1977 U.S.S.R. performs (underground) nuclear test on August 10th. •1984 GARY MORRISdebuts on Grand Ole Opry on August 11th. •1992 SOYUZ TM-15 expedition to Mir space station lands on August 10th. •2013 CARRIE UNDERWOOD’s single See You Again certifies Gold on August 5th.
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JACK PARNELL [former Program Director WHBQ-560] (Memphis, TN) Subject: John Cook. Jim: Do you know the whereabouts of John Cook, son of the late Jay Cook? I remember that when Jay was still alive, John was PD of a station in Dallas, but I haven’t heard anything about him in recent years. Jay was a dear friend for many years…we worked together twice at WHBQ, going back to 1961. When I was PD, in 1965, I hired him back to do afternoon drive, and he got offered a midday show at WFIL, went up there, became pd shortly, then became one of the best anywhere to conduct national radio seminars. He even became President of Gannett Radio. We stayed in very close touch up to just 2 days before he died. He was one of the very few radio people who was totally honest and forthright, and loved and respected by all who knew him. Pls let me know if you know anything about John. I only knew him as a baby before the family moved to Philadelphia. I’d like to call him sometime. Thanks much, Jack Parnell WHBQ-Memphis in the late 50s thru the 60s.WHERE DO YOU READ JRRR? Tell us how far away from Houston, TX that you read JRRR. Got a news tip or a question? Send your full Name, City, State and Country of residence to Rosekkkj@earthlink.net.
MIKE BRAUN (KWTX-AM/FM 1975-79) (Fort Worth, TX) Subject: Obits. Jim, I’m sending information about the passing of two individuals associated with broadcasting. Perhaps some of your readers may have known or worked with them. According to her obituary in the Star-Telegram, June 21, Fort Worth-native Ann Barham Pugh was known to Fort Worth audiences as “Ann Alden” of “The Ann Alden Show,” her self-produced daytime TV show on WBAP-TV, Channel 5 (now KXAS-TV). She participated in WBAP-TV’s first colorcast in the late 1950s. Ann was 91, and passed away April 18 in Virginia. According to his obituary in the Star-Telegram, July 22, Freeport, Illinois-native Edward “Rick” Richter began his radio career in 1951 at WRAC (1460) in Racine, Wis. He also worked at WRRR (1330) and WROK (1440) Rockford, Ill.; WLBK (1360), DeKalb, Ill; and WELL-FM, Freeport, Ill. During his radio career, he was a newscaster, sportscaster, DJ, talk show host, copywriter, salesman and station manager. He moved to Arlington, Texas in 1999. He passed away July 20 at the age of 94. Publishing these announcements in your newsletter will help honor their lives and accomplishments. Mike Braun, Fort Worth (KWTX-AM/FM, Waco, 1975-1979)
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TONY WILLIAMS [WKY-930/KRLD-1080] (Dallas-Richardson, TX) Subject: colorization. When Ted Turner was colorizing black-and-white films, Orson Welles once said to another director, Henry Jaglom, “Make me one promise: Keep Ted Turner and his crayons away from my pictures.” I did not say it. Welles said it, and I agree. His films could never be touched anyway by Turner since the rights belong to two people, his daughter, Beatrice, and Oja Kodar, his girlfriend. Both are highly protective of his films. Tony
TRIVIA ANSWER: Wolfman Jack’s first broadcast on WNBC-660 in New York City is on August 6, 1973. This is the same month of American Graffiti’s debut. WNBC-660 pits Wolfman Jack up against his arch rival Cousin Brucie (Bruce Morrow) on WABC-770. After less than a year, Wolfman Jack high tails it back to California to work on his syndicated radio show. WNBC-660 snatches Cousin Brucie away from WABC-770.
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The disciple Peter was a man of great faith and bold action. But as readers of the New Testament know, his brash style sometimes led him to make humiliating mistakes. More than once, this disciple had to wear the label of “miserable failure” rather than that of “obedient servant.”
We can all relate when it comes to falling short of expectations. Obedience to God is a learning process, and failure is a part of our development as humble servants. When we yield to temptation or rebel against God’s authority, we realize that sin has few rewards, and even those are fleeting.
Failure is an excellent learning tool, as Peter could certainly attest. Through trial and error, he discovered that humility is required of believers (John 13:5-14); that God’s ways are higher than the world’s ways (Mark 8:33); and that one should never take his eyes off Jesus (Matt. 14:30). He took each of those lessons to heart and thereby grew stronger in his faith. Isn’t that Romans 8:28 in action? God caused Peter’s failures to be put to good use as training material because the disciple was eager to mature and serve.
God doesn’t reward rebellion or wrongdoing. However, by His grace, He blesses those who choose repentance and embrace chastisement as a tool for growth.
We would probably all prefer to grow in our faith without ever making a mistake before God’s eyes, but we cannot deny that missteps are instructive. Failure teaches believers that it is much wiser and more profitable to be obedient to the Lord. That’s a lesson we all should take to heart.