United Stations and program host Rick Jackson have altered their programming lineup in order to pay tribute to Kenny Rogers on the weekly program “Rick Jackson’s Country Classics.”
Kenny’s history along with those songs and many more will be covered in a special installment of Rick Jackson’s weekly show paying tribute to the late Kenny Rogers titled "Remembering Kenny Rogers."
The episode will be broadcast nationally during the weekend of April 4-5, 2020, and the entire three-hour weekly program will be comprised of Kenny Rogers’ music, his greatest hits and his amazing story.
Rick Jackson began his career in Country radio in 1974 and has enjoyed a 30-year career in Country music, entertaining audiences behind the microphone and on stage. He served as the first Morning Drive Air Personality for KYGO-FM in Denver, Colorado from 1980 to 1990. His original “Country Hall of Fame” show began airing in 1987 on KYGO. A few stations picked the show up during the 90s and the program went into full national distribution in 2000.
Contact: Andy Denemark, USRN - firstname.lastname@example.org - (212) 536-3603