Music Industry News Network [05-13-2014]
Whiskey And Cigarettes Radio Show Welcomes Joe Bonsall Of The Oak Ridge Boys
Whiskey and Cigarettes Country Radio Show is happy to announce the airing of their exclusive interview with Joe Bonsall of Grammy-Winning, legendary country act, The Oak Ridge Boys. Mr. Bonsall is promoting the Oak Ridge Boys' first live album, Boys Night Out.
The interview with Joe Bonsall will air this coming Sunday, May 18th, 2014 between 11am ET-3pm ET. The live show airs on Military Brotherhood Radio at http://www.militarybrotherhoodradio.com and on WDMU Radio at http://www.wdmuinternetradio.com. Whiskey And Cigarettes is also re-broadcast on more than 40 syndicating stations, worldwide, multiple times throughout the week. The interview will also appear on the May edition of the brand new “Whiskey and Conversations” talk show, broadcasting in June, on iheartradio and other outlets.
The four-part harmonies and upbeat songs of The Oak Ridge Boys have spawned dozens of Country hits and a Number One Pop smash, earned them Grammy, Dove, CMA, and ACM awards and garnered a host of other industry and fan accolades. The Oak Ridge Boys have appeared before five presidents, and they have become one of the most enduringly successful touring groups anywhere, still performing some 150 dates each year at major theaters, fairs, and festivals across the U.S. and Canada. Joe Bonsall sings tenor with the act. For more information, visit www.oakridgeboys.com.
Whiskey And Cigarettes Radio Show is a weekly show, originating in Milan, Italy, hosted by the “Romeo of the Rodeo” Nashville Universe Awards Winner, Nik Pizzigoni. The show features a unique blend of classic, current and indie country, trivia, contests, artist spotlights and interviews and Nik’s European charm. Previous guests have included Steve Wariner, John Rich, Bill Anderson, David Ball, Bryan White, Doug Stone, Lee Greenwood, Collin Raye and many others. www.whiskeyandcigarettesshow.com.
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