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Toby Keith and Ricky Skaggs Honored

Country stars Toby Keith and Ricky Skaggs reportedly received National Medals of Arts from President Donald Trump on Wednesday. NBC News’ chief White House correspondent Peter Alexander tweeted, “Trump is currently in the Oval Office awarding the National Medal of Arts to singers Toby Keith and Ricky Skaggs.” Keith performed at Trump’s inauguration four years ago,…read more »

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RIP Ed Bruce

Hank-FM sends condolences to the friends and family of singer/songwriter and actor Ed Bruce who passed away Friday from natural causes at the age of 81. Bruce first recorded as Edwin Bruce for Memphis’ Sun Records in 1957, charting his first single in 1966. It wasn’t until the ’80s that Bruce had his biggest chart successes,…read more »

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Welcome to 2021! Happy New Year!

Hey, it’s 2021 and can you believe it, Hank is fast approaching his first birthday!  107.3 Hank-FM was born on January 31st, 2020 and it’s our pleasure to bring the Legends of Country to the Cedar Valley.  Cheers to a better year for all us and always, crank it to Hank!read more »

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RIP K.T. Oslin

HANK-FM sends condolences to the family and friends of K.T. Oslin who passed away this morning following a battle with Parkinson’s disease. She was 78. Born Kay Toinette Oslin, she is best known for her string of hits in the late ’80s and early ’90s, including three No. 1s – “Do Ya,” “I’ll Always Come Back”…read more »

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TG Sheppard to Reissue Catalog

Seventies and Eighties hitmaker and HANK-FM legend T.G. Sheppard will re-release nine long-out-of-print albums in 2021 via a partnership with Time Life. The albums originally were issued by Curb/Warner Bros. Records, where Sheppard recorded from 1978 to 1985. During that time he had such chart-toppers as “Last Cheater’s Waltz,” “Do You Wanna Go to Heaven,”…read more »

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Charley Pride Funeral, TV Special

Family and close friends of Charley Pride will hold a private wake and funeral in Dallas this week, with plans for a public celebration of life ceremony to be announced at a later date. The Country Hall of Famer passed away on Saturday of complications from COVID-19 at the age of 86. CMT will air…read more »

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