Country Radio Seminar 2015 was full of surprises in Nashville, as Country Radio, Country Artists, and Country labels and promotions all get together. WKDZ's Bill Booth was in the middle of it all and found some interesting people.
First District State Senator Stan Humphries, along with 8th District State Representative John Representative John Tilley and 9th District State Representative Myron Dossett discuss the Kentucky General Assembly Session.
In segment one legislators discuss Heroin Legislation and a statewide smoking ban.
Legislators continue discussing the 2015 General Assembly Session.
Singer/Songwriter and native Nashvillian, Mitchell Tenpenny paid Bill Booth a visit on 106.5 WKDZ. They talked about Bison, Jeff Davis, Presidents, Native Americans, men's hats, and even found time to play a little music. Bill played Mitchell's new single "Black Crow."
Forecasters with the National Weather Service held a teleconference about the winter storm Sunday afternoon. It appears our area could see up to a foot of snow. A Winter Storm Warning is in effect until Monday evening. Listen to the teleconference by clicking below.
Nashville singer-songwriter, Amber Hayes, came to share her new music. She wound up taking over the "LIVE AFTERNOON DRIVE" for a whole hour. Let's just say this was an action packed visit. Including Amber's opinion of a few original songs written in her honor.Bill played her new single Running Out Of Memories. Learn more about Amber at www.amberhayesmusic.com
8th District State Representative John Tilley, 9th District State Representative Myron Dossett and First District State Senator Stan Humphries discuss some of the highlights of the Kentucky General Assembly session for the week of February 2 - 6, 2015.
The Trigg County Middle School 7th grade class of Mrs. Sara Oglesby received the $500 Cash for the Classroom donation Wednesday from Garland Nissan's Pat Stoneham. News and Farm Director Alan Watts shares this visit with Mrs. Oglesby, TCMS Principal Kristi Miller and four students.
Trigg County District Judge James Rodman Redd, III, was featured speaker for the 20th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. events Monday, January 19, at Trigg County High School gym. The event was sponsored by Genesis Express. Cody Wilson spoke at West Cadiz Park prior to the march to Trigg County High School.
Judge Redd was introduced by Genesis Express member Jason Wilson.
Judge Jamus Redd
Genesis Vice President Bobby Acree salutes local law enforcement
VOICE Season 7 winner Craig Wayne Boyd, surprised 106.5 WKDZ on Tuesday, January 13th, 2015. Craig called in as Eddie Owen was preparing to play Boyd's new single to Country Radio "My Baby's Got A Smile On Her Face." Bill Booth joined in and the 3 talked about the VOICE and of course, Craig Wayne Boyd's career.
Nashville artist, Frank Ortega, visited the "Live Afternoon Drive" on Friday, January 9th, 2015. Who knew Frank was for Waffle House and against Lettuce? He is indeed a multi-layered onion. Bill Booth played Frank's new single to country radio called "My Old Man." Frank vowed to write a new country song, involving Waffle House.
Nashville singer-songwriter, Ricky Gunn stopped by the WKDZ studios to visit with Eddie Owen on Friday, January 9th, 2015. Living proof a Georgia Fan and a UK Fan can get along. 106.5 WKDZ is currently playing Ricky's latest single "King Of This Town." Ricky and his band also played a couple of tunes in studio as well.