'TIS THE SEASON FOR KENNY ROGERS, THE OAK RIDGE BOYS, TANYA TUCKER, T. GRAHAM BROWN AND MUCH MORE ON THE HOLIDAY EDITION OF ONLINE SERIES "THE PICKUP"
Jefferson City, Missouri's 94.3 KAT Country Joins The Pickup's Growing Syndicated Family
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (December 16, 2015) - 'Tis the season to celebrate good tidings as the popular online series "The Pickup" adds Zimmer Communications' 94.3 KAT Country (Jefferson City, Missouri) to its syndicated online family. The holiday edition features exclusive interviews with Kenny Rogers, T. Graham Brown and Tanya Tucker.
Holiday cheer flows through this festive episode in conversations with Kenny on his new Christmas album, Tanya on where she's spending her holiday, T. Graham on how a holiday memory sparked a new song on his album and more. The program also reports on the phenomenal success of NBC's Dolly Parton biopic Coat Of Many Colors and gives the new LeAnn Rimes Christmas album a spin. Holiday-themed performances on the Taste Of Country Christmas Tour and by The Oak Ridge Boys are covered as well.
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On January 1, a "Best of 2015" episode will be released featuring some of the program's best moments and interviews from the year. In less than a year, "The Pickup" has expanded its online presence dramatically among country music fans by taking viewers behind the scenes at television tapings, concerts, festivals and special events, reporting breaking news and creating fun features involving the stars of country music. New episodes can be viewed on the 1st and 15th of every month on major broadcasters' websites, various online media sites and SKY TV's CM&T program.
Previous episodes of "The Pickup" have featured a one-on-one conversation with Dolly Parton, tour-bus visits with Joe Nichols and Thompson Square and a water-slide adventure with Bucky Covington. The show attended the George Jones Museum opening, captured memorable moments from the Country Music Hall of Fame's most recent induction ceremony, covered the CMA Music Awards Red Carpet, visited backstage at "Larry's Country Diner" and presented an all-star Halloween costume contest.