Indianapolis’s WCJC-FM Joins Envision Country Network
(FEBRUARY 2017) – Envision Networks® is proud to announce Vox Radio Group’s WCJC-FM/Indianapolis, Indiana as the latest affiliate of Collin Raye’s Rewind Country™. These vignettes highlight the untold stories behind the music and artists who ruled the country music charts over the last 30 years. With Your Country 99.3 now airing the daily vignettes, it joins over 150 affiliates on the Envision Country Network.
These daily vignettes are hosted by Collin Raye, one of the true superstars of the 1990s on country radio, with five new episodes produced and broadcast each week for affiliated stations.
“We are excited to have a new feature that I feel is unique to country radio” said Morning Host and Program Director, Big John Morgan. “Anyone can tell the story behind the song, but when you have the authority of a legend in the business like Collin Raye, it adds to the credibility!”
From Dolly Parton, John Michael Montgomery, Lorrie Morgan to Ronnie Milsap, Charlie Daniels, Montgomery Gentry, Pam Tillis, Joe Nichols and many more artists have already been interviewed for Collin Raye’s Rewind Country™, sharing their amazing moments and stories. How did the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band end up recording “King Tut” with Steve Martin? What country music artist did Boy George sue, and win? Did you know that Lorrie Morgan refused for weeks to listen to the demo of “Something in Red”? Listeners will learn how a close friend changed her mind. How did one song take the Oak Ridge Boys from a major American country music act, to worldwide superstars? Collin Raye’s Rewind Country™ delivers great stories from the giants of country music.
For more information about Collin Raye’s Rewind Country™ visit goenvisionnetworks.com. Stations interested in adding the feature to their programming should contact Amber Wade at firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-831-3761.
About Collin Raye:
Collin Raye’s searing ballads and electric performances have been captivating country audiences for 25 years. With 7 No. 1 hits, 24 top five singles, and ten CMA and ACM Male Vocalist of the Year nominations, Raye has clearly emerged as one of the great voices of our time. The De Queen, Arkansas native rose to fame in 1992 with the timeless number one hit, “Love, Me.” In 1994, his music video for the #1 hit, “Little Rock,” led to over 100,000 phone calls to help lines from those seeking help with their addictions. “Not That Different,” was a song that pleaded for tolerance, and “I Think About You” (awarded as “Video of the Year” by the Academy of Country Music in 1997) exposed exploitation of women and children. His latest album projects include His Love Remains, his first inspirational hymns album, as well as Still On The Line, a tribute album to Glen Campbell greatest hits. In 2014, he released his moving autobiography, A Voice Undefeated. But it was a stunning run of hits, and five straight Platinum certified CD’s in a row in the ’90s that carves his place in Nashville history. He has topped the charts with songs such as “In This Life,” “I Can Still Feel You,” and “That’s My Story,” “One Boy, One Girl,” and more than a dozen more! He is currently performing across the U.S. on The Big 25 Tour. For more information on Collin Raye and upcoming tour dates, visit collinraye.com.
About Envision Networks®:
Envision Networks® provides content and services to more than 2,500 radio stations and reaches millions of listeners each week. Envision Radio Networks, Inc. is the largest independently owned affiliate relations company in the country and supplies all types of programming and services to radio including morning show content, short-form vignettes, virtual weather-news-sports broadcasts, live syndicated morning shows, long-form weekend programming, 24/7 formats, comedy services, event programming, off-air tools, web content, album releases and artist specials. Envision Networks® is based in Cleveland, Ohio, with offices in New York City and Nashville.
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