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Americana

Americana music honors and is derived from the traditions of American roots music, some of the same sounds listeners heard when they tuned in to 650 WSM in its infancy. Artists waving the flag for Americana music and included as part of its wide reach include iconic figures such as Loretta Lynn and Robert Plant plus newer artists whose roots run deep including Elizabeth Cook and Mumford & Sons. Check out great Americana tunes on WSM throughout the day, and listen in for chances to be a part of live broadcasts featuring some of the genre’s most exciting artists.

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The WSM All Nighter with Marcia Campbell 

Monday - Friday, 12am - 5:30am.

Whether you’re up late in America or you’re listening in the middle of the day halfway around the world, the All Nighter will keep you going!

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Coffee, Country & Cody 

Monday - Friday, 5:30am - 10am.

Nothing gets a morning started better than “Coffee, Country and Cody.” The show’s namesake is Country Music Disc Jockey Hall of Famer and affable television personality Bill Cody.

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WSM @ Work 

Monday - Friday, 10am - 2pm.

No matter how you earn a living, "WSM @ Work" with Joe Limardi makes the workday better. The highlight each day is the Classic Cafe, an all-request lunch hour from noon - 1:00 p.m.

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Guest Artist Monday 

Monday, 2pm - 3pm.

WSM radio is truly one-of-a-kind radio. No other station in the world brings in a different celebrity guest every Monday (and Thursday) to play some of their own hits as well as some of their all-time favorites.

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Guest Artist Thursday 

Thursday, 2pm - 3pm.

WSM radio is truly one-of-a-kind radio. No other station in the world brings in a different celebrity guest every Thursday (and Tuesday) to play some of their own hits as well as some of their all-time favorites.

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Grand Ole Opry 

Beginning just a few weeks after WSM first hit the airwaves in 1925, the Grand Ole Opry is not only the show that made country music famous, it’s the most famous show in country music.