Duke FM, where the “Legends of Country Hang Out,” features a roster of legacy artists in candid, sit-down interviews on air, online and across Midwest Communications digital platforms. In July, Duke FM’s Video Vault series will feature Lee Greenwood, The Kentucky Headhunters, Roy Clark, and Moe Bandy.
Our partnership with DUKE FM could not be more synergistic. With our artist roster well-representing the iconic era of country music, The Video Vault series offers a new opportunity to keep our clients on the cutting edge and in the forefront of consumers’ minds,” said Kirt Webster, President & CEO of Webster PR.
The Video Vault series is hosted on Duke FM’s eight stations in Knoxville, Tenn., Appleton, Wis., Green Bay, Wis., Lansing, Mich., Evansville, Ind., Fargo, N.D., Duluth, Minn., and Terre Haute, Ind.
Country music’s bloodline goes deep into the passion of music fans and artists alike. With each legendary hit song is attached a story. Not only about the song but rather the experience the artist encountered while creating and delivering the song to the public. Duke FM endures to not only reintroduce these hit songs via radio but Duke FM is on a mission to deliver the stories from the mouths of those who experienced the ride first hand, the Artists. The goal is to bring the Legends stories closer to the DUKE-FM fans. Our continuing interviews in Nashville far exceed our expectations and DUKE-FM continues to expose thought-provoking stories with country music enthusiasts across the land,” said Jeff McCarthy, Vice President Programming, Midwest Communications, Inc.
Video Vault Series July Airing Schedule:
July 4: Lee Greenwood
July 11: The Kentucky Headhunters
July 18: Roy Clark
July 25: Moe Bandy
Past Duke FM’s Video Vault series featured artists Lorrie Morgan, T.G. Sheppard, John Anderson, Deborah Allen, Collin Raye, Gene Watson, John Conlee and the Bellamy Brothers.
Click here to watch the Video Vault series!