820 WBAP,Bill Mack Bill Mack, Conway Twitty Tribute & Interview on 820 WBAP Dallas | June 5 1993

Bill Mack, Conway Twitty Tribute & Interview on 820 WBAP Dallas | June 5 1993


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WBAP 820 Dallas – Bill Mack – Conway Twitty Tribute & Interview – June 5 1993

Courtesy: Robert Nicholson

Bill Mack, “The Midnight Cowboy” was a texas radio legend! For many years, Mack was best known as the host of The Country Roads Show, (later U.S. 1 Trucking Show, and later still, Midnight Cowboy Trucking Show) the overnight country music show on 820 WBAP in Fort Worth. Mack’s show targeted long distance truck drivers, who traveled during the late-night hours. Because of WBAP‘s clear channel signal range at night, Mack’s show was heard over most of the continental United States. Mack hosted a number of syndicated Country Music shows, and even spent years on Sirius/XM Satellite Radio. Mack was also a songwriter. His best-known song is “Blue,” one of LeAnn Rimes’ biggest hits. The song won Mack the Grammy Award for Best Country Song in 1997.

In this 820 WBAP aircheck, Bill Mack pays tribute to his friend Conway Twitty, on the day of his passing. He also plays an interview from Twitty. – Ellis

 

Ellis B Feaster   From the Ellis B Feaster You Tube Radio Aircheck & Classic TV Channel.

 

 

 

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