Bob Moody, VP/Programming of Regent Communications, wrote this morning to report that in response to the news that a tornado hit the Evansville area, (Indiana tornado kills 18) and injuring more than two hundred others, "I've not been able to contact any of our people there yet, but the Regent stations are still on the air and providing coverage."
Then, he got into his weekly "Country Update" that goes along with his music recommendations which go to Regent stations and labels:
"Garth Brooks raised funds for a good cause when he participated in baseball’s spring training a few years ago. The problem for a serious baseball fan was that every one of his “at bats” was one less opportunity for a promising rookie or veteran free agent to make the team. The same is true of the upcoming CMA Awards show in New York.
Every actor and pop star who presents or performs is one less “at bat” for a Country artist.
Let’s hope that the show doesn’t turn out to be an embarrassment – but I wouldn’t bet against it."
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