I love country music and I love The Wolf. But, please why do you force feed us this Taylor Swift. There are alot of people out there who cannot stand her. She cannot sing. All her songs are done in one music note. BORING!!! You have alot of faithful listerners out there that love your radio station but please go on the internet and look at all the people who do not share your love for this girl. She is only popular for for the younger crowd. Does that mean you don't care to please us that have been with you for years. Every 15 minutes it seems you play Taylor Swift. Good Grief!!! Enough is Enough. There are so many good artist that you overlook just to play her. I have gotten to where everytime you play her I turn the radio off while her song plays. Then I turn you back on. Has anyone paid attention to the number of times you play her songs and mention her name. All I asked is ease up. There is a new song by Mark Chesnut that I have heard one time. And, I listen to you all day at work. It's "She Never Got Me Over You" I think. Play us some country artist who have paid there dues and deserve to be heard by the radio stations. Don't force us to listen to this girl so much. SHE CAN"T SING. I have seen her on talk shows singing and she tries to be Garth Brooks. IT isn't going to happen. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE CUT BACK SOME.
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Generally right of center with an over abundance of simplistic hype and mindless vitriol. The weekend, on the other hand, includes some superior financial programs and a personality that I'm a particular fan of, Ed Wallace. Ed is a classic example of an old hippie that made good. He's a car industry expert that hosts the most eclectic show you're likely to hear without getting greasy. There's practically no mechanical advice beyond comparing the merits of specific vehicles. Scared cows are hapooned by the herd, with specific sources cited and historical perspectives proved as foundation arguments. Insider reports on car industry figures are particularly entertaining. I have frequent and vociferous disagreements with some of Ed's assumptions, but given half a chance he'll give callers an even break and a fair chance to state their positions. 08:00 to 13:00 central time, Saturdays only. Enjoy!
I have been listening to you guys for a long time . since 1999 I loved you guys and you are so funny and you make me laugh and smile.Also my three girls they've been listening to the radio with me on the way they go to school.They laugh and smile also. They laugh so hard sometimes when you put on Who's The Big Fat Lair. And they love the music and me too..