Honky Tonk: 1. a cheap or disreputable bar, club, or dance hall, typically where country music is played. ”country bands at highway honky-tonks” 2.a style of country and western music of the 1950s associated with honky-tonks – “good-time urban cowboy fare with a hint of honky-tonk and a healthy measure of rock” 3. Flavorful variety with Sandler Waggoner on Driftless Honky Tonk
Eddy Nix attempted to answer that question when he joined Ed Holahan and Genie Nordskog on Life: On The Radio. You can hear that interesting conversation right here. Streaming or download.
The Kickapoo Barn Dance, Live From Pie City, is a live musical variety show, broadcast on the first Sunday of every month. The Barn Dance harkens back to regional radio shows of the 1930s–like the Chicago’s National Barn Dance and Nashville’s Grand Ol’ Opry–to bring a variety of family-friendly music and entertainment to a live and radio audience.
WDRT in keeping with its mission of teaching the art of broadcasting and the production of original programming, WDRT, in partnership with Running, Inc., is offering the WDRT Media Arts Community Scholarship to graduating high school students OR post-high school continuing education students who are actively (more…)