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THE BILL RING SHOW

 Bill Ring Show

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ABOUT THIS OLD TIME RADIO SHOW:
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Bill RingSpeedy HarworthSlim WilsonKWTO-AM was the corner-stone of Ralph D. Foster's dream of Springfield, MO, overtaking Nashville as the "Crossroads of Country Music. The station itself got its start as a low power AM station located in the corner of Hall's Firestone tire dealership. KWTO concentrated on live music shows. A weekly "hillbilly variety show", Korn's-A-Krackin' was carried nationally on the Mutual Network.

Foster's RadiOzark Enterprises produced transcription disks of shows featuring Smiley Burnett, Bill Ring, and Tennessee Ernie Ford. Ring would produce 260 fifteen-minute episodes of The Tennessee Ernie Show. Ring's own show would be picked up by ABC Radio, and eventually air on more than 1,200 US and Canadian stations.

Bill Ring was a vital part of Korn's-A-Krackin' and the nationally syndicated TV program The Ozark Jubilee. His popular KWTO morning program became known as Ring Around the Ozarks. Ring's show features hard driving steel guitar, and a classic version of country music that celebrates life. This is not "Cry in your Beer" country music!

Clearly, here is a man ahead of his time; Bill Ring is credited with the phrase:
"If you're too busy to go fish'n, you're TOO busy!"

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MP3 DISK CONTENTS: [Help]
20 shows - total playtime 3 hours 57 minutes

Bill Ring Show 03 False Hearted Girl
Bill Ring Show 04 Howlin & Prowlin
Bill Ring Show 05 Thats Kind Of Love Im Looking For
Bill Ring Show 06 Write My Baby A Letter
Bill Ring Show 07 Mr Tap Toe
Bill Ring Show 08 Im Just A Lucky Guy
Bill Ring Show 09 Beautiful Brown Eyes
Bill Ring Show 10 Old Square Dance
Bill Ring Show 11 Ragtime Annie Lee
Bill Ring Show 12 Aincha Tired Of Making Me Blue
Bill Ring Show 13 Mexican Joe
Bill Ring Show 14 Thats My Trademark
Bill Ring Show 15 Shame On You
Bill Ring Show 16 Shes My Baby
Bill Ring Show 17 Its A Good Day
Bill Ring Show 18 Missouri
Bill Ring Show 19 Bummin Around
Bill Ring Show 20 If You Dont Talk
Bill Ring Show 21 12 th Street Rag
Bill Ring Show 22 Texas

 


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