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Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan
“Seems Like There Ain’t No Goin’ Home”
Comfortably Take the #1 position on the Top 40 AirplayExpress Country Chart
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Scotty McCreery receives Order of The Long Leaf Pine Award
From the state of North Carolina at the Grand Ole Opry
Scotty received the Award in honor of his charitable service to his home state
.Scotty McCreery was presented with the esteemed Order of the Long Leaf Pine Award from the State of North Carolina last night at the Grand Ole Opry just minutes after receiving a standing ovation for his moving performance of his song “Five More Minutes.” The North Carolina-native received the Award in honor of his charitable service to his home state. On hand for the presentation was Andy Lancaster, Vice President, MWC Advocacy for McGuireWoods Consulting representing former North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory; Sally Williams, Senior Vice President of Programming and Artist Relations for Opry Entertainment, and General Manager of the Grand Ole Opry; and past Order of the Long Leaf Pine Award recipient and Grand Ole Opry and Country Music Hall of Fame member Charlie Daniels, who also performed at the Opry last night.
“Everyone knows how proud I am of being from North Carolina and that I’m always glad to help out when my state needs me,” said McCreery. “It’s a great feeling to know that my state is proud of me and has recognized me with the Order of the Long Leaf Pine Award. Having it presented to me here at the Grand Ole Opry, which is my favorite stage to perform on, is fantastic. Then, receiving it in front of one of my musical heroes and a fellow native North Carolinian, Charlie Daniels, is beyond awesome. This is a memory I will treasure.”
“I want to thank Scotty for being such a great ambassador for our state – both on and off stage,” said McCrory, who recommended McCreery for this honor before his term ended earlier this year. “While most people know about his musical talents, Scotty also has a strong commitment to service through his many philanthropic efforts. Scotty truly represents the best of North Carolina.”
The Order of the Long Leaf Pine Award is one of the most prestigious awards conferred by the Governor of North Carolina. It is awarded to persons for exemplary service to the State of North Carolina and their communities that is above and beyond the call of duty and which has made a significant impact and strengthened North Carolina. Past recipients of the Order of the Long Leaf Pine Award in addition to Daniels include Maya Angelou, Shirley Caesar, Phil Donahue, Dale Earnhardt, President Gerald R. Ford, Senator John Glenn, Tipper Gore, Dr. Billy Graham, Andy Griffith, Mia Hamm, Jesse Jackson, George Jones, Coretta Scott King, Ronnie Milsap, Richard Petty, Sidney Poitier, Colin Powell, Kenny Rogers, Earl Scruggs, Randy Travis, Doc Watson, Tennessee Williams, Oprah Winfrey, Tammy Wynette, and many more notable individuals.
For more information, visit www.ScottyMcCreery.com.
March 31, 2017 [Friday] Issue #1603
ALL THE NEWS THAT IS NEWS
BOSTON DRUMMER CEASES ON VOYAGE In 1976, Rock band Boston scores #5 with More Than a Feeling. Boston’s drummer Sib Hashian lays down the band’s hot licks. In 1983, Sib leaves Rock group Boston but continues to perform with some of his former band mates. On March 18, 2017 Sib Hashian sets sail on a Legends of Rock Caribbean cruise. On Wednesday night, March 22, 2017 Rock group Boston former drummer Sib Hashian collapses onstage partway through his set on the Legends of Rock Cruise and passes away at 67.
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THE FOUNDATIONS CRACK In 1967, when The Foundations release its #1 hit Baby, Now That I’ve Found You its lead singer is Clem Curtis. Curtis is born in Trinidad and relocates to the UK as a teenager as a boxer. Soon, he begins to sing with The Foundations. In the 1970s, he has a solo career. Curtis also appears in musicals in London’s West End. Curtis’ wife informs the BBC: Unfortunately he has been diagnosed with two cancers. Doctors cannot do anything about it. On Monday, March 27, 2017 singer Clem Curtis passes at 76.
RADIO HOST’S WIFE SLAIN On Friday, March 27, 2017, a stranger’s domestic stress ends up a kiss of death for Diane Look, wife of Bob Look, Program Director and morning host on Seehafer Broadcasting News/Talk WFHR-1320 Wisconsin Rapids, WI. Police report 45-year old Nengmy Vang shows up at Marathon Savings Bank looking for his estranged wife with a gun in his hand. The shooter kills 67 year old Dianne [Dee Dee] Look, Naly Vang’s divorce attorney Sara Quirt Sann in her office and police officer Jason Weiland.
WFLI-1070’S LAST FLIGHT Since its sign-on in February 1961, the Benns family’s WFLI-1070 is the powerhouse Top 40 for Chattanooga, TN thru the 1960s and 70s. Known as Jet-FLI with matching airplane sound effects, WFLI-1070 is an overnight success with the British Invasion, Motown and the Beach Boys. After more than 56 years of broadcasting, WFLI-1070, known as the Mid-South’s Most Powerful AM Station and once one of Chattanooga’s most popular radio stations, goes dark on March 31, 2017.
TRIVIA QUESTION: What is Philadelphia, PA’s first commercial radio station? The answer appears below.
MOVERS AND SHAKERS
•MANDY WILLIAMSON moves on up from mornings at Magic Top 40 WILN FM (Island 106) Panama City, FL to anchor a new morning show on LM Communications Hot AC WCDA FM (Your 106.3) Lexington, KY. •KBOQ-1260 Mount Wilson FM Broadcasters Standards Unforgettable 1260 Beverly Hills/Los Angeles, CA flips to 50s/60s Oldies K-Surf. •WMMR FM (93.3) Beasley Media Philadelphia, PA heritage Rock names Brent Porche new overnight DJ. Porche replaces Jacky Bam Bam who moves on up to 7:00 pm to 12:00 midnight show.
ENTERTAINMENT AND NEWS MILESTONES
•1958 U.S. NAVY forms atomic sub division on March 31st. •1961 MARTY ROBBINS’ single El Paso is Best Country & Western Performance during 3rd annual Grammy Awards on April 12th. •1973 KEN NORTON whips Muhammad Ali in 12 round split decision on March 31st. •1989 GILLEY’s in Pasadena, TX closes doors forever on March 30th. •1997 EDWIN HAIG ALBERIAN Clarabell the Clown on Howdy Doody dies on March 31st. •2002 MARTINA MCBRIDE’s single Blessed is #1 in Billboard Country on March 30th.
EMAILS YES WE HAVE EMAIL
LIZ PATRANELLA [Liz Houston – KTSA-550, KBAT-680] (Austin, TX) Subject: Tom Ellis Address. Hi, Jim, I was able to reach Tom’s wife, Arlene, by phone. She said Tom is in a rehab facility and unable to do any email at this time. He had the surgery and the radiation, which was very hard on him. He is working on recovery and she asked that I contact her again in a month’s time. I told her we are praying for him … and she said she would tell him that we called and that we are praying for his recovery. She sounded very tired and did not want to say too much at this time. But she thanked me repeatedly for calling and checking on him. I will follow up in a month, as she requested, and will let you know how he is then. At least we know that he is OK right now. Liz
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GARY MCBRAYER (Ridgewood, NJ) Subject: Issue #1602 Trivia Correction. Jim, Regarding your Charlie & Harrigan trivia answer, a slight correction. Dan (Patrick) McCurdy actually replaced Jack Woods as the next Charlie Brown in August of 1964. He had been the all night guy previously. When he and Ron Chapman both left the station in May of 1965 (Dan left for Boston’s WMEX ) an entirely new Charlie & Harrigan team replaced them. Paul Menard actually was the third Irving Harrigan when Jack Woods returned as Charlie Brown in 1966. Ironically at that point, Dan was then working as the morning guy on KBOX (1480) as Dan Patrick. Also, Chuck Dunaway and Bobby Brock missed each other at K-BOX by a year. Chuck was there very briefly in 1962 as PD before going over to KLIF  (and yes hired Ken Dowe at KBOX in March), and Bobby Brock, one of my all time favorite K-BOX jocks, was there in ’63 and ’64. I’ve always wondered where Bobby is today. He worked at WFAA (570) for many years. Gary McBrayer
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KEN DOWE [CEO Service Broadcasting #1 KKDA FM (104.5) / EVP McLendon Corp. #1 KLIF-1190] (Dallas, TX) Subject: Jim Rose Remembers Radio. Jim, Long ago and far away, in those golden days of yesteryear…before it was “Charlie & Harrigan” at KLIF/1190…it was “Murphy & Harrigan.” “Starring Ron Chapman as Irving Harriman, with Tom Murphy.” Then, came Charlie Brown, and the long running and celebrated “Charlie & Harrigan” at the much praised broadcast giant, KLIF/1190. And, that’s the way it was. Ron’s retired and still with us, living in Dallas just a few blocks from me. We occasionally have lunch. A living legend, for sure! Ken
TRIVIA ANSWER: On March 20, 1922 WIP-AM goes on-the-air as Philadelphia, PA’s first commercial radio station founded by Gimbels department store. Many listeners mistakenly believe WIP stands for Wireless In Philadelphia, We’re In Philadelphia or Watch Its Progress. But, in fact, WIP is just a call sign that the federal government randomly selects.
DAN MCCURDY [Charlie & Harrigan-Charlie Brown/Irving Harrington-KLIF-1190 08/64-06/65/WMEX- Boston/Dan Patrick-KBOX-1480 65] (Sherman-Denison, TX) Subject: Jim Rose Remembers Radio (#1602) March 27, 2017 [Monday]. To fully describe the C&H period at KLIF (1190)… Founding member Jack Woods was replaced as Charlie Brown in July 1964 by Dan McCurdy (KLIF’s previous overnighter). Ron [Irving Harrigan] Chapman, was succeeded in 1965 by Paul Menard. Chapman went to WFAA-TV as host of teen dance show ‘Sumpin’ Else’ while, also in ’65, McCurdy joined WMEX-AM in Boston, MA as morning air personality.
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Today’s Inspiration Station With Rhonnie Scheuerman
” A Grace Filled Journey” Author… Marilyn Morgan King
Before we left home, Robert and I read to each other about Knossos, where King Minos’s palace had been partially restored by Sir Arthur Evans, a Victorian archeologist, Now we stand in the throne room of that very palace, admiring the beauty of the wall paintings as well as the throne itself. But one structure we wonder about a rectangular enclosure opposite the King’s throne. Our guide Vicky tells us it was once a pool of water used for purification ritual;. Before the King’s subjects could have an audience with him. they had to enter into the water to be cleansed.
It made me think of the words of Psalm 51:7 in which , the Psalmist prays, “Wash me , and I will be whiter than snow.” Our king is not named Minos, but He, too offers a purification ritual. I’s called the forgiveness of sins. Jesus asks that I confess my sins, not for His sake but for mine. When I bring to Him my unclean thoughts and unkind words, my unholy actions and all the sinfulness in my life, He gives me the most beautiful I can receive- a clean heart, worthy to live in His healing presence.
Wash me, Lord, and I shall be whiter than snow – Marilyn Morgan King
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s “Speak to a Girl” Earns 2017’s Highest Country Airplay Debut
Nearly four days after Tim McGraw and Faith Hill released their newest collaboration, “Speak to a Girl,” to country radio, the entertainers celebrate their single achieving this year’s highest country airplay debut and largest one-week add total! “Speak to a Girl” debuts on Billboard’s country airplay chart at #19 with 146 combined Billboard and Mediabase stations on board for today’s official impact date.
As previously announced, Tim and Faith will perform “Speak to a Girl” on the “52nd Academy of Country Music Awards™” on Sunday, April 2 (live 8:00-11:0o PM, ET/delayed PT) on CBS, marking its television world premiere.
“Speak to a Girl,” co-penned by Shy Carter, Dave Gibson and Joe Spargur, and co-produced by Byron Gallimore, McGraw and Hill, is the lead single from a Tim McGraw and Faith Hill album to be released by Sony Music Entertainment in 2017.
Rascal Flatts Reveals Upcoming Album “Back To Us”
Rascal Flatts revealed the official track list for their highly-anticipated tenth studio album Back to Us(Big Machine Records) today. The collection is reminiscent of the trio’s distinct sound that catapulted their status as international superstars, while maintaining an edge that has kept them at the forefront of the genre. Rascal Flatts will release a 10-track standard album to all retailers, while a 13-track Deluxe album is available now for pre-order exclusively on Amazon.
With 12 of 13 tracks produced by the group – with bassist Jay DeMarcus taking the reigns – the album explores the powerful emotions of relationships with songwriting credits from the trio throughout, adding a personal depth to the release.
Stacked with multiple standout moments, including the vocally-driven collaboration with Lauren Alaina, “Are You Happy Now,” the trio also called upon songwriting powerhouses and friends Dan + Shay, alongside Cary Barlowe and Jesse Frasure for the optimistically, upbeat “Hopin’ You Were Lookin’” and Chris Stapleton, joined by Luke Laird, for the effervescent “Vandalized.” “Hands Talk” also welcomes red-hot producer busbee, who co-wrote and produced the track for the deluxe album.
Rascal Flatts will perform the album’s lead single, “Yours If You Want It” at the 52nd ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS airing live from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday, April 2 on CBS at 8:00P ET. The infectious song is turning heads as “one of the fastest moving singles on country radio charts” (Entertainment Weekly) while Rolling Stone proclaims it “showcases the band’s vocal harmonies and knack for sing-along hooks.”
Today’s Inspiration Station With Rhonnie Scheuerman
Author Harold Hostetler
My wife and I are always amazed at the creativity of our grandsons Konnern , and Brennig, ages eight and sixth. One evening we took them to a fast- food restaurant and, after the meal, bought them soft ice cream cones. They wandered over to another to another booth to sit with a young friend they’d met in the play area. A few minutes later looking closer they returned, licking their cones into some weird shapes. Looking closer I saw that the shapes resembled heads, complete with eyes, nose, mouth and ears!
Where did you get the idea for that? I asked. “Our friend Brenning said through lips, dripping ice cream. “He’s eight”
“Look Konner laughed, holding up his come. “A monster”. The heads;” had taken on a decidedly angry expression which delighted Brennig, who began reshaping his own cone.
The demonstration lasted only briefly while the ice cream proceeded to disappear into grinning mouths. But for those few moments we were all entertained by the deft shaping and reshaping the boys achieved with their tongues.
I think God does something like that with us. He won’t settle for leaving us as he found us. As we shorten and become pliable in His presence, He’s able to to wipe out our self-centeredness and hardness of heart and reshape us for His own use, forming in us new attitudes of love and forgiveness.
It’s not time for my life to be set in stone. I want to let the Lord remold me ito the shape He desires for me.
And I thank my grandsons for a happy graphic demonstration of what it’s live to be in the hands of a loving God.
On What Would Be Jerry Reed’s 80th Birthday This month,
Let’s Listen to “East Bound and Down” and Drink a Coors
Jerry Reed was born in Atlanta on March 20, 1937, he would’ve been his 80th birthday this month. However, the “Guitar Man” passed away from complications of emphysema on Sept. 1, 2008, at the age of 71.
Over his storied career, the consummate entertainer racked up hits as a singer and songwriter, while mesmerizing fans with his guitar prowess and charming audiences with his down-home acting chops. Hopefully, Jerry will one day be recognized for his contributions to country music with a spot in the Country Music Hall of Fame. Looking at you, Country Music Association—Jerry is the ideal Veteran Era candidate.
As a songwriter, Jerry penned tunes for everyone from Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash to Dean Martin and Tom Jones. As a solo artist, Jerry found his groove with hits like “Amos Moses,” “When You’re Hot, You’re Hot,” “Lord, Mr. Ford,” and “East Bound and Down,” which served as the theme song to 1977’s Smokey and the Bandit. In the flick, Jerry starred opposite Burt Reynolds as wily truck driver Cledus “Snowman” Snow.
Leave it to Jerry to upshift the unsavory occupation of bootlegging beer into an anthem for every truck-driving Southerner with an unquenchable thirst for adventure. When The boys are thirsty in Atlanta and there’s beer in Texarkana, the big-riggin’ Snowman will bring it back no matter what it takes.
In honor of Jerry’s 80th birthday, check out a live performance of “East Bound and Down” from Austin City Limits.
written by Jim Casey | NashCountrydaily
Jon Pardi Earns GOLD on Three-Week No. 1 “Dirt On My Boots”
Jon Pardi celebrates an incredible three weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart with “Dirt On My Boots,” which also peaked on the MediaBase country airplay chart this week. Additionally, the hit song recently earned RIAA Gold certification recognizing its sales and streaming topping 500,000.
When visiting ABC’s Good Morning America last week to perform “Dirt On My Boots,” Pardi, Ginger Zee and a few special guests for National Puppy Day were prepping for the broadcast with a pre-show interview when this year’s ACM New Male Vocalist of the Year was surprised with a plaque commemorating the track’s golden success.
Today’s Inspiration Station With Rhonnie Scheuerman
“Lost and Found” Author: Aretta Gordish
Our family was coming back from a camping trip when our van ran out of gas on the highway. What a relief when a friend passed us and offered a lift home. “We”ll lock up the van and come back for it to tomorrow ,” We were so tired we couldn’t face the idea of unloading it all now , or think about anything we’d need from it before tomorrow. But when I tucked five year old Nellie into bed, she asked “Where’s my blanket?” The soft, fuzzy, yellow blanket had been a gift from my grandmother when Nellie was born. I’d brought Nellie home from the hospital in that blanket. She’s never spent I’, a night without it before. “I’m sorry, sweetie,” I said “It’s back in the van. We’ll get it tomorrow. Her little face fell. I hated to disappoint her, but the blanket would be safe until tomorrow.
First thing in the morning we returned to the van. It had been broken into! Everything was gone. Sleeping bag and cooler could be replaced in time, but Nellie was devastated at the loss of her blanket . It was the one thing we cared about losing. The one thing we couldn’t replace. For our next camping trip we borrowed all the supplies, including sleeping bags. Unpacking at the campsite, I opened up a hidden compartment under the seat. Inside was a single sleeping bag the thieves had missed.
Nellie’s She snuggled her toes down into the bottom and felt something soft and fuzzy.
“My blankie” Angel’s cared about it to.