Originated from West Virginia, Sagebrush Round-up is a toe-tapping old time western music radio show. The upbeat western tunes are intermixed with commercials and light-hearted banter. The show hit the right note as hillbilly music was gaining in popularity in the late 1930s-early 1940s.
Sagebrush Round-up was sponsored by Kwdeem, a medicine to support kidneys, bladder, and urinary track--"do you legs swell at night?" a small grocery, and at one time Phillip Morris Cigarettes.
Grab your friends, neighbors and some cowboy boots for bouncing in this lively and cheerful western music show.