Westwood One To Offer Salute To Jerry Reed
September 4, 2008 at 2:26 PM (PT)
WESTWOOD ONE RADIO is offering Country radio stations a show in honor of the late JERRY REED. The show, roughly 20 minutes, is hosted by CBS RADIO KILT/HOUSTON personality ROWDY YATES and is called, "ROWDY YATES REMEMBERS JERRY REED."
REED, who passed away at his BRENTWOOD, TN home (just outside of NASHVILLE), was well known as an actor, singer, songwriter and a stellar guitarist. His guitar playing earned him the nickname, The ALABAMA WILD MAN. Some of his biggest hits include "Amos Moses," "Lord Mr. Ford," and "When You're Hot, You're Hot." His music was recordded by artists such as ELVIS, BRENDA LEE, CHET ATKINS, PORTER WAGONER, JOHNNY CASH, and many more.
Contact DONNY WALKER for info on the show, being offered inventory-free, at Donny_Walker@westwoodone.com.