“It's been a great 34 years helping to build one of America's leading radio stations and I’ve loved every minute of being on KSSN," said Robbins. "I’m looking forward to moving over to The Wolf 105.1 to play the Country music that’s been a large part of my career. I still love KSSN and wish Bobby Bones and all my friends and radio family there, continued success."" said Robbins.Robbins has been on the station since it launched in 1979 and was inducted into Country Radio Hall of Fame in 2008. He has also be a Marconi and CMA Personality of the Year honoree. Jennifer Trafford, his on-air co-host will be joining him on 105.1 The Wolf.
“I know Bob is excited to move to 105.1 The Wolf, creating the next chapter in his life and radio career,” said Clear Channel/Little Rock Market Manager Ron Collar. “He has been the mainstay on KSSN for 34 years and we appreciate everything he’s done for us.”
TJ Phillips, current morning man on the Wolf will be moved to 10 a.m.-noon (CT).
Streamsound Records has relocated to 320 Southgate Ct. Brentwood, TN, 37027. Their phone and fax numbers have changed and are effective immediately. They can now be reached at 615-377-0495 (phone) and 615-377-0497 (fax).
All email addresses stay the same and are: /todaysnews (Eric Beggs),/todaysnews(Mike Culotta), /todaysnews (Theresa Ford),/todaysnews(Steve Pleshe),/todaysnews(Stan Marczewski) and /todaysnews (Tyler Waugh).
Office staff email addresses are: /todaysnews (Cheri Cranford/Office Manager),/todaysnews(Mary McAllister/Office Coordinator) and /todaysnews
(Jeff McMahon/Creative Svcs Manager).
“Thank you to the Americana Music Association for the enormous honor you have given me and the 3 Pears album tonight,” said Yoakam. “Though I'm still physically in Canada finishing a tour, my heart is there with all of you and I am humbled by having been given the Artist of The Year Award.”Yoakam's tour dates arehere