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The Helping Hand

Every Monday through Saturday

8:30AM - 9:30AM

One of the most popular shows on WRAB is "The Helping Hand Show", heard Monday through Saturday from 8:30-9:30am, hosted by Archie Anderson. 

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The Gospel Show

Monday through Friday
9:30AM to 11:00AM

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The American Christian Music Review 

with Linda O'Brien Fridays 1PM to 3PM

The American Christian Music Review is a 2 hour weekly syndicated radio show, featuring country music with a positive message-- Today's Brightest Country Music. The show includes positive music from mainstream artists, such as Trisha Yearwood, Reba McEntire, Brooks & Dunn, Kenny Chesney, and many others.

Host Linda O'Brian knows music! With 20 years of broadcasting experience Linda O'Brian brings to ACMR her vast knowledge of Country Music.

The American Christian Music Revue has been hosted by the Country and Christian music veteran since 1994. Listeners find her warm, friendly sound is inviting and Linda loves to let the music speak for itself with songs about family life, faith in troubled times, and peace for all times. With over 20 years experience in major markets, Linda's natural delivery is warm and her work style is easy.  

WRAB crawled through our archives and found - This day in History

Reagan signs Economic Recovery Tax Act (ERTA)

On August 13, 1981, at his California home Rancho del Cielo, Ronald Reagan signs the Economic Recovery Tax Act (ERTA), a historic package of tax and budget reductions that set the tone for his administration’s overall economic policy. During his campaign for the White House in 1980, Reagan argued ...

Fidel Castro born

Cuban revolutionary Fidel Castro is born in the Oriente province of eastern Cuba. The son of a Spanish immigrant who had made a fortune building rail systems to transport sugar cane, Fidel attended Roman Catholic boarding schools in Santiago de Cuba. He became involved in revolutionary politics ...

“Hound Dog” is recorded for the first time by Big Mama Thornton

Elvis Presley’s “Hound Dog” (1956) is one of the biggest and most instantly recognizable pop songs in history. It’s a song so closely associated with the King of Rock and Roll, in fact, that many may mistakenly assume that it was a Presley original. In fact, the story of the song that gave ...

Aztec capital falls to Cortés

After a three-month siege, Spanish forces under Hernán Cortés capture Tenochtitlán, the capital of the Aztec empire. Cortés’ men leveled the city and captured Cuauhtémoc, the Aztec emperor. Tenochtitlán was founded in 1325 A.D. by a wandering tribe of hunters and gatherers on islands in Lake ...

Berlin is divided

Shortly after midnight on this day in 1961, East German soldiers begin laying down barbed wire and bricks as a barrier between Soviet-controlled East Berlin and the democratic western section of the city. After World War II, defeated Germany was divided into Soviet, American, British and French ...

New York Yankees star Mickey Mantle dies

Former New York Yankees star Mickey Mantle dies of liver cancer at the age of 63. While “The Mick” patrolled center field and batted clean-up between 1951 and 1968, the Yankees won 12 American League pennants and seven World Series championships. Mantle was born in Spavinaw, Oklahoma, on October ...

"Fast Times at Ridgemont High" debuts

On August 13, 1982, the teenage coming-of-age comedy Fast Times at Ridgemont High opens in theaters around the United States. Written by Cameron Crowe and directed by Amy Heckerling, the film follows a year in the life of high school students Stacy (Jennifer Jason Leigh), Linda (Phoebe Cates), Mark ...

First victim of Memphis yellow fever epidemic dies

On August 13, 1878, Kate Bionda, a restaurant owner, dies of yellow fever in Memphis, Tennessee, after a man who had escaped a quarantined steamboat visited her restaurant. The disease spread rapidly and the resulting epidemic emptied the city. Yellow fever, which is carried by mosquitoes, ...

Yosemite killer Cary Stayner born

Cary Stayner, the serial killer convicted in the grisly murders of four women near Yosemite National Park, is born on August 13, 1961. In 1972, Stayner’s childhood took a tragic turn when his younger brother Steven, then seven, was kidnapped while walking home from school in the family’s hometown ...

Record day for the Berlin Airlift

Responding to increasing Soviet pressure on western Berlin, U.S. and British planes airlift a record amount of supplies into sections of the city under American and British control. The massive resupply effort, carried out in weather so bad that some pilots referred to it as “Black Friday,” ...

Rotary engine inventor Felix Wankel born

The German engineer Felix Wankel, inventor of a rotary engine that will be used in race cars, is born on August 13, 1902, in Lahr, Germany. Wankel reportedly came up with the basic idea for a new type of internal combustion gasoline engine when he was only 17 years old. In 1924, Wankel set up a ...

Patriots ambush Loyalists as French set sail

On August 13, 1781, Patriot forces led by Colonel William Harden and Brigadier General Francis Marion, known as the “Swamp Fox,” lure British commander Major Thomas Fraser and his 450 soldiers into an ambush at Parker’s Ferry, 30 miles northwest of Charleston, South Carolina. Meanwhile, 3,000 ...





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The Classic Country JAMBOREE

with Michelle Jasko Saturday from 6AM - 8AM

Every week the Classic Country Jamboree invites you into our Music City studios direct from Nashville TN, the home of country music and the legendary artists who record here. It's 2 hours of great fun, music and memories. 

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25 Years of Hits

with Mike Allen
Saturdays from 10AM - 12PM

Each week “25 Years of Hits” gives you a 2-hour music intensive ‘count-up’ show that cleverly connects 1986 with 2011 in chronological order.

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Rick Jackson’s Country Classics

Saturdays from 1 PM - 4 PM

Rick Jackson’s Country Classics airs Saturday nights starting at 9:00pm and Sunday mornings starting at 9:00am on Classic Country WNKR/106.7FM.

Rick brings a unique show each week to listeners across the country, with a wide variety of themed shows, fun facts, stories about the artists, and a whole lot of great Classic Country music that all country music fans know and love. 

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INTO THE BLUE

with Terry Herd 
Saturdays from 5PM - 6PM

Hosted by Nashville’s four-time IBMA Broadcaster of the Year Terry Herd, the nationally syndicated Into The Blue features the very best in new, current and vintage bluegrass, as well as insightful anecdotes and interviews with the stars.

The Into the Blue music library includes more than 100,000 titles.

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SUNDAY Services

with Rick Jackson
Saturdays from 1PM - 4PM

7:30AM Brother Donald King
8:00AM Randy's Vintage Gospel with Randy Blakely
8:30AM Eddy Baptist Church with Ray King
9:00AM Grace & Mercy Hour with Matt Jordan
    Pastor of the Rocky Mount Primitive Baptist Church
9:30AM The Lutheran Hour (9:30 - 10:00)
11:00AM The Arab First Methodist Church
12:00PM The Singing News (Top 20 Count Down)
2:00PM Bill Gaither's Homecoming Radio Hour
3:00PM GospelFest with Shawn Degenhart
5:00PM Les Butler and Friends (Bluegrass Gospel)

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Skip Ewing To Release Wyoming Album August 21, 2020

Award-winning singer/songwriter Skip Ewing built a music career envied by many. His songs have appeared on over 80 million records and been recorded by a veritable who’s who of Country Music. After a detour that took him to new territory, geographically, professionally, and spiritually, Skip has completed his highly anticipated new album, Wyoming, …and it was worth the wait! The...

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New Music From NEEDTOBREATH: Out of Body

NEEDTOBREATHE have announced they will welcome their new album with Celebrating Out of Body, a fully immersive concert experience directed by acclaimed filmmaker Elizabeth Olmstead (Brandi Carlile, The Highwomen) that will see the band perform their new songs live for the very first time. Streamed from the studio in Nashville, TN, this high definition audio and video experience will put fans...

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Charlie Daniels,, Famed Country Music Legend, Has Died at Age 83

Country Music Hall of Famer Charlie Daniels of Wilmington North Carolina has sadly passed from this world today. Daniels’ publicist, Don Murray Grubbs, confirmed he died Monday morning after a hemorrhagic stroke, the Tennessean reported. He died at a hospital in Hermitage, Tennessee, according to The Associated Press. Arrangements for Daniels’ funeral and memorial services will be announced...

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Out Now: “Home Sweet” by Russell Dickerson

The Romantically-Charged Song Intimately Details the 2020 ACM Nominee’s Discovery of Wife’s Longawaited First Pregnancy, Available as an Instant Grat Everywhere Now, with Supplementary Lyric Video Triple Tigers’ multi-platinum recording artist, Russell Dickerson released “Home Sweet,” the second song off his to-be-announced sophomore album. The track, available everywhere now, features...

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New Music From Ned LeDoux – Dance With your Spurs On

Ned LeDoux has stayed busy performing numerous live stream concerts and promoting music from his Next In Line album during the COVID-19 lockdown. His upbeat “Dance With Your Spurs On” single was made available two weeks ago, and today the lyric video for the song was released. Ned co-wrote the song with Corb Lund, who joins him on the vocal track and in the video. The clip can be...

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Dixie Chicks Drop ‘Dixie’ From Their Name – Release “March March”

THE DIXIE CHICKS are now officially “THE CHICKS” after changing their name across all of their social media pages and web site this morning (6/25). The band’s publicist confirmed the name change to ALL ACCESS. The band has not commented on the change other than adding the message “We want to meet this moment” under the new name on their web site. The news coincided with the release of their new...

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New Music from Gabby Barrett

Warner Music Nashville's Gabby Barrett will release her debut album, "Goldmine," on Friday, June 19th. The project will feature 13 tracks, 12 of which Barrett had a hand in writing. Continue reading New Music from Gabby Barrett→

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New Album From Buddy Jewell To Release June 26th!

Buddy Jewell has set June 26, 2020 as the release for his most ambitious album to date, the 15-song Bluebonnet Highway on Diamond Dust Records.The collection spans Country, Americana and Bluegrass and includes several originals, re-records of Buddy’s hits and covers of some of his favorite and most influential songs. Continue reading New Album From Buddy Jewell To Release June 26th!→

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Country Music Thriving During Pandemic: A Special Report from Bloomberg

While music listening has fallen “by about 550 million streams a week (3.4%) for the last 10 weeks” as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, BLOOMBERG reports that two genres, Country and Children’s music, have not been impacted as hard as other genres have been, especially Dance, Latin, and Hip-Hop/R&B. Continue reading Country Music Thriving During Pandemic: A Special Report from...

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Brandi Carlile, The Highwomen, Brittany Howard, Tanya Tucker Top Americans Honors & Awards Nominations

In a strong showing for female artists, THE HIGHWOMEN, TANYA TUCKER and BRITTANY HOWARD top the nominations for the 19th annual AMERICANA HONORS & AWARDS with nods in three categories apiece, while THE HIGHWOMEN’s BRANDI CARLILE earned an additional nomination as a solo artist, in addition to recognition as a producer and songwriter in several categories. JOHN PRINE, who passed away from...

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