May 29., 30., 31., June 2., 3. interviewed by Christian Lamitschka!
1. Monday live show will be in English with Presenter Big Al Weekley and the best in bluegrass music! 3:00 am – 6 am (GMT) UK, 4:00 pm – 7 am (CET) GER, 10 am – 1 pm (EST) USA
2. Monday / Tuesday live show will be in English with Presenter Big Al Weekley and the best in bluegrass music! 0:00 am – 3 am (GMT) UK (Tuesday), 1:00 am – 4 am (CET) GER (Tuesday), 7 pm – 10 pm (EST) USA (Monday)
Wednesday live show will be in English with Presenter Big Al Weekley and the best in bluegrass music! 4 pm – 7 pm (GMT) UK, 5 pm – 8 pm (CET) GER, 10 am – 1 pm (CST) USA
Friday live show will be in English with Presenter Big Al Weekley and the best in bluegrass music! 7:00 am – 10 am (GMT) UK 8:00 am – 11 am (CET) GER, 2 am – 5 am (EST) USA
Saturday live show will be in German & English with Presenter Frank Hammer and the best in country music! 4 pm – 6 pm (CET) GER, 9 am – 11 am (CST) USA, 3 pm – 5 pm (GMT) UK!
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It was “19(90) Somethin’” when Grand Ole Opry member Mark Wills went from singing at Atlanta’s infamous Buckboard to releasing his first of 19 Billboard-charting singles across seven albums. While climbing his musical ‘ladder,’ he has recorded Gold and Platinum albums and released some of the most enduring and recognizable Country Music hits of the last 25 Years.
“Wish You Were Here,” “Jacob’s Ladder” and “I Do (Cherish You)” cemented his country status in the late ’90s and at the ‘dawning of a new decade’ in the early ’00s. “Jacob’s Ladder” was released via Mercury Nashville in May 1996 as Wills’ debut single, and it became the singer’s first of eight Top 10 hits. His debut self-titled album followed “full of rambunctious good-time songs teeming with sly wit and bittersweet ballads — all in a baritone that throbs with emotion” per Entertainment Weekly. Released 20 years ago as part of Wills’ Greatest Hits collection, the feel-good track stretched the singer both musically and vocally. Billboard Hot Country Songs chart Top 5 hits “Places I’ve Never Been,” “I Do (Cherish You),” “Don’t Laugh at Me,” and No. 1 single “Wish You Were Here” hit the airwaves between 1997-1999. Fittingly, Wills’ early chart success earned him an Academy of Country Music Award for Top New Male Vocalist in 1998. One of his biggest hits to date is the RIAA Gold-certified “19 Somethin’” – a six-week No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.
He also has taken more than a dozen trips to entertain U.S. troops in Iraq, Kuwait, Afghanistan, Korea, and Italy. Wills continues to hit the road with his high-energy show full of hits that were the soundtrack to so many people’s lives.