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    Weekends/Fill-In & Interactive Manager

    When I first came to KSON, the boss said he didn't want this to be just a "stepping stone" for me. I said it wouldn't be. Therefore, I was forced to stay forever.

    I've been at KSON since 1978. That's not a misprint.

    I've been on the air on KSON in about every part of the day there is, and then some.

    When I invented the Internet in 1991, I put the KSON web site online, and they said "just keep doing that little interweb thing you do." So whatever that is, I'm doing it.

    Today, I'm still on the air every-so-often, but my air-time changes a lot in order to make me difficult to find. So far, it's working.

 

Concerts, events, music news items for KSON, Legendary Country

Reba Prays For Peace

"..An act of perseverance, prayer, hope, fellowship and mostly love."

The idea to write the song “Pray For Peace” came to me last year as I was walking on our place in Gallatin, TN. For days I’d sing, “Pray for Peace”, over and over. Read more...

Dolly Parton Strikes Gold with 'Blue Smoke'

Parton Earns Precious Metal with 'Better Day'

“Dolly could not be any happier,” says Dolly’s manager Danny Nozell, CEO CTK Management. “She has worked very hard over the past several years to create the momentum that we have going... Read more...

4th of July Fireworks Around San Diego County

Light fuse, get away! Use under adult supervision.

Thanks to our friends at SanDiego.org for a comprehensive list of fireworks displays and celebrations going on around San Diego County! Check out the list, and if we missed any, let us know with your comments! Read more...

Johnny Cash Stamp from USPS

Part of the Postal Service's Music Icons series

If you're a Johnny Cash fan (is there any who isn't?) and you still send those things in the mail with the address on them -- letters -- that's what they were called! Then you should have this! Read more...

Tony Gwynn Memorial Set For June 26

Memorial set for 7:19pm, Thursday, June 26 at Petco Park

Tony Gwynn will be a part of the San Diego Padres forever. He'll be remembered on the team jerseys for the remainder of the 2014 season... Read more...

Tony Gwynn Dead at 54

"Mr. Padre" succumbs to Cancer

Tony Gwynn, who banged out 3,141 hits during a Hall of Fame career spanning 20 seasons with the San Diego Padres, has died of cancer at age 54, it was announced Monday... Read more...

George Straits Final Show Breaks Record

Previous record held by The Rolling Stones

The final concert of George Strait's The Cowboy Rides Away Tour tonight (6/7) at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX has set the record for the largest indoor concert in North America... Read more...

Glen Campbell Moves To Special Care

The "Rhinestone Cowboy" first opened up about having Alzheimer's in 2011.

Glen Campbell has recently moved into a special care facility. The 78-year-old country music legend has been suffering from Alzheimer's for over three years. Read more...

Collin Raye Thinks Today's Country Music Is...

“I grew up at a time when Merle Haggard was writing stuff like ‘Mama’s Hungry Eyes’ and ‘Sing Me Back Home’ and [Kris] Kristofferson was writing ’Sunday Morning Coming Down’ and ‘Me and Bobby McGee'. It was poetry... Read more...

Merle Haggard To Get ACM, Artist Tributes

The month of April will see a couple of tributes handed out to Country Music Hall of Famer Merle Haggard. Many top country stars of today will lend their voices to an album of Haggard hits. The other tribute will come from the Academy of Country Music Read more...