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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NOV. 15, 2013 Taria, Logan Hall and Somerset Ky's very own, OneWay Rockband will be ROCKIN' the House at The Center for Rural Development in Somerset, Ky. Come on out and Help Support this Great Cause for Angela Gail ... Bring your Family and Friends! Show starts at 7pm, Tickets - $15 ... VIP/MEET-n-GREET-n-EAT Tickets - $25 (Limited Tickets) ... VIP Ticket Holders Admitted in from 5:30pm-6:30pm to Meet and Eat with the Music Artists and with Todd Duff with Jak'd UP Outdoors Hunting Show on Dish Channel 266 and a few other Special Guests before the Concerts start!
A magical time. The end of one season and the beginning of another. An exciting time for the young. A reflective and often sad time for the "well seasoned". I never understood why my Grandmother always dreaded winter. Now that I am older...I understand. The metaphor of the ages. My Granddaddy looked beyond winter and to the spring. He would make a yearly journey down the hill and around the woods...close to where the creek flows...where an old log cabin once stood...now only the base of a stone chimney. Something else was there...every spring. Beautiful, fragrant wild roses. He would pick a small "bunch" and bring them to her. She would put them in a vase...placed on the window sill in the kitchen. Those roses melted the winter blues and lifted her spirits. So when I see the first snow of each season...I feel a little sad...then...I smile.
Both of my Grandfathers were World War II veterans. My Great Grandfather was a World War I vet. My Great-Great-Great-Great Grandfather, Joshua Moses, was a Revolutionary War soldier. He was the first of this line to be born in America...before America was a country. He was the son of a stowaway 12 year old boy who made his way onto a ship headed for the new world...and made it. To Joshua I, Joshua II, Elias "Tiger", Joseph "Bud", Richard & Edward Moses...thank you, men. Thank you for your sacrifice and your service...a debt I can never repay.
I started mine at Holsomback's!
...mud: Family. Good friends. Guitars that stay in tune. Motorcycles that don't fall over. Cars that never need new parts. Credit cards that pay themselves. Mortgages that show PAID IN FULL. Jeans that fit. Socks that match. A patch of woods with a pond. A burrito grande. A ribeye steak meduim rare. Spicy tuna and salmon sushi. Memories. More time.
Driving around yesterday, I took a last look at all the red, orange and yellow leaves still hanging on and in there!
This Eubank Elementary School second grader introduced himself to me Sunday afternoon and I was proud to meet him and his family. Talk about a firm handshake! Great young man and someone I now call my friend!