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WSM radio
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MT Pockets    Posted 01-26-2005 at 13:55:32       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Just wondering if anybody here logs on to WSM radio. I have a dial up internet connection, and I haven't been able to get WSM in about a year. I sure miss listening to Eddie Stubbs. I would appreciate any help or advice offered.
Steve Norwood


Al /Mi    Posted 01-26-2005 at 18:50:08       [Reply]  [No Email]
Haven't listened to WSM for years not that I don't like it just don't .
When we were kids in the fifties we had an old
tube radio in our bed room and we use to fall asleep listening to Wayne Raney and his talking
harmonica on WJJD Chicago IL . then as we got older and had a car we could get WSM on Sat night if the skip was right and would sit in the car and listen to it after we came in from a night out . Seemed like it would come in good at
one or two in the morning . never did have any Martha White flour though .
Al


MT Pockets    Posted 01-26-2005 at 21:14:15       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I listened to Wayne Raney on WCKY in the early 60's I guess it was. He used Steel Guitar Rag for his theme song and he had this opening line about putting another back stick on the fire and some other things. I love old radio programs. I'd give anything if I cuold hear those old programs again. I also listened to the Louisiana Hayride on KWKH and the Grand Ole Opry and also XEG and XERF, Del Rio, Texas. Remenber Paul Kallinger? I could go on and on. Oh the memories! Steve


midway    Posted 01-26-2005 at 15:24:33       [Reply]  [No Email]
I use to listen to the friday and saturday night grand ole opry programs., then they changed it to where you had to give them your e-mail address etc., so i stopped going to their site. I think you can still listen to them.


midway    Posted 01-26-2005 at 15:34:14       [Reply]  [No Email]
This should take you to their site. Friday nights use to have the older (and better) musicians. (Not the the new rock and roll people)


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