The Old Chief, as Larry M Clark is affectionately referred to, is a retired Navy Chief, a disabled Vietnam Vet, Hall Of Fame Member, Gold and Platinum recording artist, a Country Singer, BMI songwriter, Husband, Father, Grand Father and friend hosts his own AirplayExpress Christmas special tonght.
Larry has lived a remarkable life spending most all of his youth in the military. Being retired now, Larry has concentrated on his songwriting and singing skills to keep his mind busy while enjoying the benefits of being a Retired Navy Man. Larry lives everyday to the full taking full advantage of every day, every hour and every minute.
This Christmas special features Larry and his Christmas songs. Larry also wrote all but one or two of the songs he performs on this special. All the songs are introduced by Larry himself and gives us a short backstory about each and everyone of his Christmas tunes.
The following radio stations have confirmed a date and time to air Larry’s Veterans Christmas Special this week.
WCTR Wildhorse Christmas Time Radio at 1pm (13:00) Christmas Day Nashville Time, and 9pm (21:00) South African time. The show will also repeat at the following times: 3pm (15:00) and 5pm (23:00) also on Christmas Day.
Z Country Radio United States Scheduled for Christmas Eve on Z Country Radio at 7pm (19:00) EST Eastern Time. MGZC Media Radio Network.
According to the downloads at AirplayExpress there more than two dozen radio station showing up that they downloaded Larry’s Christmas Special. However only the above have confirmed a time and date for airplay. So don’t be surprised if you are tuned into your local radio station and hear Larry’s Christmas show on their airwaves. To download the Free Christmas Special click this link https://www.airplayexpress.com/radio-shows-larry-m-clark-2019-christmas-special/
Christmas has been my favorite holiday my whole life,
and I want to share it with you.
You don’t have to buy me anything.
Join me in toasting old Saint Nicholas,
if he will fit in our toaster. (Haha. I get jolly at Christmas.)
Cry with me at the ending of “It’s a Wonderful Life”.
Let’s boo and hiss together at Old Mr. Potter.
We’ll get sentimental listening to the Christmas carols at Walmart.
What time is Charlie Brown on?
Let’s all pray for snow even if we’re in Florida.
Enjoy new times with old friends.
If we don’t have any friends, let’s make some.
Find somebody who looks down in the dumps,
give them a big smile, and toss them a “Merry Christmas”.
If they just look at you funny and walk away, so what?
There are other people waiting to be annoyed with our Christmas glee.
Think about your home town, and try to recall the good times.
I think about Buffalo this time of year.
Not necessarily the real Buffalo, but the one that only I remember.
That’s where I got all my Christmas spirit to begin with,
shopping downtown… a lost art, and trimming the scotch pine
with people we loved more than we knew at the time.
I laugh and cry a lot as Christmas approaches.
I even cry at commercials.
I laugh easily at funny remarks, especially mine.
It’s embarrassing but I don’t much care.
Ten minutes after the joke has slipped into the past
I think about it and start laughing again.
Everybody tries not to notice,
and the more I try to stifle it, the more I laugh.
Tears come out of my eyes.
Christmas makes me weak.
So, whatever your religion or non-religion is, Merry Dang Christmas!
You don’t have to go to church if you don’t want to.
I probably won’t, but I might watch Midnight Mass on television,
and I’m not even Catholic.
It’s all part of the pageantry that is my holiday,
and I plan to eat too much, mellow out, and enjoy the feeling.
Call me on your holiday and I’ll join you,
What I’m saying to you right now is this:
“Merry Christmas to all good people.”