Fred Kelly Picks is proud to announce that for the first time in our history we will be sponsoring a weekly radio show! “My Kind Of Country” airs every Monday night from 6 till 10 and repeats: 10p – 2a, 2a – 6a and 6a until 10a on www.fishcreekradio.com. You can also listen at www.tunein.com by just typing in “Fish Creek Radio” in their search line. The show features TRADITIONAL Country music which is a genre that we are particularly fond of. Show host Scott Wikle interviews recording artists every week- our classic performers as well as new artists who are carrying on the sound of REAL Country music. Scott puts together a GREAT show every week – not just playing the “hits” but always including some obscure and rarely heard tracks as well. Along with all of our favorite old songs, the show also features some new recordings by the classic stars as well as upcoming artists. We encourage you to listen in, “LIKE” their Facebook page and as always, “Pick with the BEST!” Fred Kelly Picks.
Our show features the very best in Real Traditional Country Music. We play your favorite songs plus rarities and feature new releases from Traditional Country Artists. On occasion we have special guest interviews. NO “Pop Country” here! Artists who have been guests on the show include Merle Haggard, T. Graham Brown, David Frizzell, Red Simpson, Jim Shaw (from Buck Owens’ Buckaroos), Ronnie McDowell, Helen Cornelius, Gene Watson, Dale Watson, Wade Hayes, and more! The show is free to listen and free of commercials breaks. We broadcast Monday’s from 6-10pm EST with the show repeating from 10pm-2am, 2am-6am and 6am-10am EST on Fish Creek Radio. You can listen from your computer or your phone anywhere worldwide. Just go to the Fish Creek Radio website and click the play arrow. (Host Scott Wikle is a Country Music historian and sits on the board of That Bakersfield Sound. He is a collaborator of the worldwide Merle Haggard discography. He is also a musician and singer and has performed Country Music for over 25 years with his band “Lonesome Fugitive” throughout the mid west.)