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Kevin Richards began his radio career in 1986, working under a child actor's permit at the age of 12 in Corinth, New York. Since 1995, he's hosted several shows on Albany's top-rated WGNA. Richards, who is passionate about Classic Country, has garnered 5 CMA nominations to his credit and a win in 2006. Along the way he's worked at Sirius radio, produced and promoted national country cruises and trips, and local classic country concerts. You can listen to Kevin every day and read Kevin's daily Country Music articles by clicking this link http://wgna.com/author/kevinrichards/
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Roy Rogers’ Son Shares Late Father’s Story on 100th Birthday

Nov. 5, 2011 marks what would've been Roy Rogers' 100th birthday. Although we lost the legendary American icon in 1998, he is still loved by children of all ages. In addition to his positive influence on American culture, the ‘King of the Cowboys’ also had a very successful career in country music, with hits like 1947’s ‘My Chickashay Gal’ and 'The Yellow Rose of Texas.' Furthermore, he was a founding member of the Western group the Sons of the Pioneers, known for hits like ‘Tumbling Tumbleweeds’ and ‘Cool Water.’ As a result of his impact on country and Western music, Roy Rogers is the only person elected twice to the Country Music Hall of Fame -- first, as a member of the Sons of the Pioneers in 1980 and then as a solo artist in 1988. In honor of this great American Western hero, Taste of Country visited with his son, Dusty ‘Roy’ Rogers Jr.

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Branson Is Booming: How It’s Become the Classic Country Capital

In the ‘90s, several country music legends packed their bags and headed to Branson, Mo., helping the little town of just over 7,000 residents become known as the "Live Music Capital of the World." Now, with more and more country singers playing in the heart of the Ozarks, Branson is becoming the capital of classic country.

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Suzy Bogguss Explains Folk Project and Her Dollywood ‘Cinderella Story’

Suzy Bogguss was one of the prominent female singers on country radio in the '90s, winning the CMA's Horizon Award in 1992. With one of the most angelic and pure voices in any genre of music, she's maintained a large and loyal following thanks to songs like 'Someday Soon,' 'Letting Go' and the perennial radio favorite, 'Two Step 'Round The Christmas Tree.' Suzy recently talked with Taste of Country to explain her new folk project, the stories behind her hits 'Hey Cinderella' and 'Aces,' and the luck of her breakthrough gig working at Dollywood.

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