Tune in weekday afternoons from 3pm to 7pm for The ROD BUBBA Show! A few laughs and a dinner bucket full of great Country Music!
Enjoy the ride home from school or work by listening to K93! I promise you two things...the best country music and fun! If it is happening in Somerset and around the Lake Cumberland area...I will be talking about it. You just never know who may be dropping in on us during The ROD BUBBA Show!
I got my radio license October 2, 1981 and became the chief announcer for WSCC FM in Somerset. I worked for a couple years at WDMC FM in Richmond. I began my radio career at WSEK back in September 1985. Back then, WSEK was 96 Power Country. It later changed to 97 Power Country... years later... 97 Power Country became Power Country K93..... 93.9FM. With my broadcasting degree from Eastern Kentucky University folded and stored in an old Merle Haggard album, I had three options...get a job in radio, become a poodle groomer or draw a crazy check. Radio was a bit more fun than grooming poodles and to earn a crazy check was more honorable than "drawing" one so the journey began...and so it goes...
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My family and I took a short vacation to Savannah...a place I had always wanted to visit but had never been. We enjoyed the riverfront, Tybee Island and Fort Pulaski...but I think of all the places we went and the things we saw...Bonaventure Cemetery will stay with me the longest. I went in search of the fabled "Bird Girl" statue. I vaguely remember the movie, "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil" but I never forgot the iconic photo of the statue used in the movie and on the book cover. Had I done some research...I would have learned that the statue had been removed by the family in 1994 because of the foot traffic that was generated by the book and movie. In my search for the statue...I discovered many names and families and sculptures. At night...I am certain the mood would turn to what would be expected of a centuries old cemetery...but in the light of day...the breeze blowing the Spanish moss about the trees...the sound of Amazing Grace being played on bag pipes at a not so distant funeral and the history all around me recorded for generations to discover and study...it was quite peaceful and calming. I'm glad I did not know for what I was searching was not there at all...but what I found was much more satisfying.