Classic Country

Morning Bull

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Weekdays 6:00 am 9:00 am

Morning Bull is a different kind of morning show, and we hope, the perfect fit for a modern, audio stream. We decided to mix it up a bit. You’ll hear a bit of an old school radio show with a dash of podcast.

Stream co-hosts Anderson West and Dana Duval play the Bull Classic Country you love, but one decade at a time. We start with a very traditional sounding decade, then a transitional decade of singer-songwriters and new sounds, and complete the show with a decade that was heavily influenced by pop music.

This is how it flows. It begins at 6am with the Sixties at Six and celebrates the artists who made the decade in country music so unique. You’ll hear Buck Owens, George Jones, Patsy Cline, Glenn Campbell, Johnny Cash, as well as early Dolly Parton in this very traditional sounding decade.

At 7am, Anderson and Dana transition to the Seventies at Seven, arguably one of the favorite decades in country music, filled with singer-songwriters and a new sound, The Outlaws. This is the decade that country music hit the mainstream and appeared, coast to coast, on FM radio. Everyone loves an hour filled with Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, Kenny Rogers, Conway Twitty, Charlie Pride and Loretta Lynn.

Then, at 8am it’s the Eighties at Eight. This period in country music was heavily influenced by pop music for the first half of decade, following by a new crop of artists that introduced a new take on traditional sounding country. Anderson and Dana play music from Alabama, The Oak Ridge Boys, Hank Williams, Jr., Reba McEntire, The Judds, Randy Travis and the King, George Strait.

Join Anderson, Dana, and Julie George with new updates, from 6am to 9am, for Morning Bull on Austin’s, Bull Classic Country.


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