Big D and Bubba Quit Afternoons in Nashville to Focus on Syndicated Show

Premiere Radio Networks‘ syndicated radio morning show Big D and Bubba have announced that they will step down from their local afternoon spot on Clear Channel Country WSIX (The Big 98) Nashville “to focus on the continued growth and success of their nationally syndicated show.” The local afternoon show will end on November 22nd but the duo will continue to broadcast Premiere Radio Network’s  syndicated Country morning show from WSIX.  The team has also announced that the “Big D and Bubba Show” will debut on The American Forces Radio Network on Monday November 21st, Airing live from 6a to 10a (ET). The show will now be heard overseas in 177 countries and all U.S. ships at sea.

Big D and Bubba said, “Being a part of AFN, and knowing that we can bring a little bit of home to our friends and family who are stationed overseas, is possibly the single biggest accomplishment in radio for us. We couldn’t be more excited!”

One thought on “Big D and Bubba Quit Afternoons in Nashville to Focus on Syndicated Show

  • April 19, 2012 at 7:07 am

    Gentlemen I live in Puerto Rico, and every morning I listen to this two guys on 93.1 FM with their country music, which by the way I love country music because I am a country boy from Puerto Rico. I want to tell them to keep up the outstanding work, I enjoy their radio show every morning. May God blessed them both.

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