On the Kstar Country Classics Show this Sunday, our year-long countdown of the top 52 songs of 40s 50s and 60s combined, moves into the top five. Song #5 is by an artist who makes his first appearance on the countdown, but his name shows up again before the countdown is over. Hank Williams Jr. is in our spotlight segment this week. He had a top 10 record when he was only 13. He had a song featured in a Clint Eastwood movie, and if you ever wondered where he got the nickname “Bocephus”, you’ll find out this Sunday. Our email of the week comes from Katy Texas, and its all because of a dog named Doodles. You’ll hear the answer song to “King Of The Road”. It garnered a Grammy for its singer. Theres Willie Nelson’s first chart record, which was actually a duet, and songs from Tennessee Ernie Ford, Hank Locklin, Merle Travis, and a guy known as the “Round Mound Of Sound”. All this and lots more, this Sunday morning, 8-10, on the Kstar Country Classics Show, 99.7 FM, and kstarcountry.com

 

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