Every Saturday Morning at 10:00 c'clock on WLIJ Radio 1580 AM Shelbyville, TN.
The Old-Time Country Radio Show is a very unique radio program in that it is broadcast from Lynchburg, Tennessee, which
is a very unique little town. The show is broadcast live from The BBQ Caboose Café which is a very unique little Café, owned and operated by Ken and Samatha Fly, who are two very unique individauls. All this together makes the show even more unique.
The radio show was created by Paul Jones in February of 1998 with Pete Crim on radio station WEKR 1440 in Fayetteville, Tennessee .
The show was then moved to WLIJ 1580 AM in Shelbyville, Tennessee, which has a 5000 watt signal and covers all or parts of
30 counites in Middle Tennessee and reaching all the way from North Alabama into South Central Kentucky .
Pete Crim soon moved on to other interests but Paul Jones has continued with the show and with the help of Walter Farrar, Paul Stroud, Ken Fly and others who just drop by to help out with the picking and singing, it just gets better all the time.
There is always a large crowd at the shows, some come back week after week, while others are visitors to Lynchburg from all over the world.
Paul features a different band each week, some are local bands or individuals who live in and around Southern Tennessee and North Alabama. Others are more well known like the Hagar Twins or Ronni Stoneman, Stars of the TV show Hee-Haw or Grand Ole Opry stars Charlie Louvin, Earnie Ashworth, Jack Green or Kenny Gill, who played guitar for many years with
Jimmie Davis, the world famous Governor of Louisiana.
Some of the guest will drive from as far away as Canada, like The Abrams Brothers or The Cherryholmes from California, who took time out of their busy schedule just to spend some time with us on the Radio Show each year. And we could not leave out The Overalls, from Empire and Helena, Alabama.
Whoever the guest are, with the help of Ken Fly and the house band it always proves to be a great show with lots of good music, fun and laughter.
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The Old-Time Country Radio Show