Ho, ho, ho…Merry Christmas, folks!
If you’re a fan of our show, then you know that at the end of every year we take a couple of weeks to celebrate Christmas in the Country. Jim Ed whips up a batch of his famous home-made eggnog, I keep the fire burning bright….and we all gather together to listen to our favorite classic country stars sing all of our Christmas favorites…
It’s that time again, folks!
We had so much fun on our Christmas in the Country show last week, that we decided to serve up another heaping portion of good, old-fashioned country goodness. The idea of the show is the same, but we’ve got a whole new batch of great songs just waiting for you.
Loretta Lynn will be there, George Jones, and not to mention Merle Haggard. Have you ever heard his version of “Silver Bells?” It’s one of the best out there, in my opinion.
So crank the show up loud while you wrap presents and cook that Christmas turkey. We’ll be there with just the right songs to inspire the Christmas Spirit.
Have a very Merry Christmas, and we’ll see you on the radio!
Of course you do!
That’s why this week’s episode of the Country Music Greats Radio Show is all about the Red-Headed Stranger himself.
We’ve got all his classic songs that you love, plus some stories behind them which were revealed in Willie’s new book that was just released called “Roll Me Up And Smoke Me When I Die.”
It’d make a great Christmas Gift for the country fan in your life. But in the meantime, make sure and check out our show this week!
We’ll see you on the radio!