Strait to the heartland

Brunner, Rob
July 1997
Entertainment Weekly;07/18/97, Issue 388, p84
Presents comments from music directors at three radio stations on their top tunes and pick hits to come. JohnBoy, WCOL, Columbus Ohio (Country); Albie Dee, WPGC, Washington, D.C. (Top 40/Urban); Nic Harcourt, WDST, Woodstock, N.Y. (Alternative).


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