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Tenille Townes and Shania Twain – Ep. 19

In Episode #19, Tenille Townes shares stories from her upbringing in Canada and talks about the exciting things ahead for 2019. Bob Guerra also shares vintage interview clips with one of Tenille’s biggest musical influences, Shania Twain. Recorded live in Music City.

• It’s Beginning To Sound A Lot Like Christmas! – Ep. 14

In Episode #14, we’ve got Christmas songs and interview clips with country’s biggest stars! You won’t want to miss this special holiday episode. Recorded live in Music City with beloved radio veteran Bob Guerra and country music journalist and superfan Brittany Hodak.

• GRAMMY Nominations and Vince Gill – Ep. 13

In Episode #13, we spotlight country’s nominees for the 2019 GRAMMY Awards. Our “6 Picks” includes songs from the Best Country Song category and Bob shares a throwback interview with one of the most awarded artists in Grammy history, Vince Gill. Recorded live in Music City with beloved radio veteran Bob Guerra and country music journalist and superfan Brittany Hodak.

• Mitchell Tenpenny and Earl Thomas Conley – Ep. 12

In Episode #12, Mitchell Tenpenny shares the secrets behind his debut album. The episode also includes “6 Picks” — the country songs you should be listening to this week from Rachel Wammack, Teddy Robb, Runaway June, and more — and a throwback interview with ‘80s hitmaker Earl Thomas Conley. Recorded live in Music City with beloved radio veteran Bob Guerra and country music journalist and superfan Brittany Hodak.

• Dolly Parton and Martina McBride – Ep. 11

In Episode #11, we spotlight Dolly Parton’s Dumplin’ soundtrack with an exclusive interview covering Dolly’s musical, entrepreneurial and philanthropic endeavors — as well as her plans for the future. Episode also includes “6 Picks” — the country songs you should be listening to this week from Martina McBride, Russell Dickerson, Brett Eldredge, and more — and a throwback interview with Parton from 1994. Recorded live in Music City with beloved radio veteran Bob Guerra and country music journalist and superfan Brittany Hodak.