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Country

A firm foundation of the country music we know today was laid in 1925, just five years after commercial radio began, when WSM was created and launched a show called WSM Barn Dance. In 1927, the show was known as the  Grand Ole Opry. Today 650 AM WSM plays both the classic country sounds that helped it earn the title “Radio Station of the Century” after its first 75 years on the air as well as the contemporary sounds of today’s chart-toppers which continue to introduce legions of new fans to America’s music.

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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 - 3pm.

No matter how you earn a living, "WSM @ Work" with Dean Warfield makes the workday better.  The highlight each day is the Blue Plate Special, a lunch hour feature from noon - 1:00 p.m. highlighting the biggest hits of past years.

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The Ride With Mike Terry 

Monday - Friday, 3pm - 7pm.

Come along for "The Ride" as Opry announcer and national broadcast personality Mike Terry spins great country music and shares everything you need to know for your trip home Monday – Friday.

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The Eddie Stubbs Show 

Monday - Friday, 7pm - 12am.

There’s nothing like “The Eddie Stubbs Show,” one of radio’s most popular shows, anywhere else on Earth. Perhaps the most knowledgeable figure on country music history on the planet, Opry announcer and CMA broadcast personality award-winner Eddie Stubbs is often referred to at the Opry as a “walking encyclopedia of country music.”

 

 

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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.

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An Intimate Evening With Eddie Stubbs 

Once a month, Eddie Stubbs invites listeners from around the world as well as a live audience at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum to sit in on a unique, in-depth, intimate conversation with a special guest featured on WSM’s playlist.

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The Essential Bill Cody 

Saturday, 10am - 1pm.

What’s better than “Coffee, Country, and Cody” every weekday? The very best of Bill Cody every Saturday morning.