Music Industry News Network [10-23-2013]
"Whiskey And Cigarettes" Radio Show Announces Spin-Off Talk Show, "Whiskey And Conversations"
MTS Management Group and "Whiskey And Cigarettes" country music radio show are happy to announce a new spin-off show, "Whiskey And Conversations." The monthly talk radio show will feature the best of host, Nik Pizzigoni's pre-recorded interviews with today's biggest country music stars and up-and-coming indie artists. The show, which will debut in November, will be available for worldwide syndication. Plans to make the show a bi-weekly offering are in talks.
"This is an exciting development for the 'Whiskey And Cigarettes' show," said Michael Stover of MTS Management Group. "We've been growing at such a fantastic rate, since the original show's debut a few months back. With more than 35 stations and their affiliates, we are now reaching a global audience and attracting some top name entertainers. It seemed like a natural progression to move into the talk radio format, and really take the mother show to the next level."
Interviews airing on the first episode will include Nik's interviews from the October "Whiskey And Cigarettes" shows: Country superstar, Lee Greenwood; legendary producer and musician, Doc Holiday; Top 40 country artist, Amber Hayes; and new country artist, Sydney Hutchko. Future episodes will include David Ball, Steve Wariner and Sherry Lynn, among others. To be a guest on the show or for syndication information, contact email@example.com.
"Whiskey And Cigarettes" is a weekly show, originating in Milan, Italy, hosted by the “Romeo of the Rodeo” Nik Pizzigoni. The show features a unique blend of classic, current and indie country, trivia, contests, artist spotlights and interviews and Nik’s European charm.www.whiskeyandcigarettesshow.com.
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