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Tommy Mac Show

P.O. Box 1

Bragg City MO 63827
270.705.0868

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Check the webpage often, as the groups will change their road schedules frequently. That way you will be able to keep up with your favorite groups travel schedule and show dates!!!!

Let us know who your favorite southern gospel group is.
Southern Gospel Classics and a variety of gospel songs.
Tune in:  96.3 fm, 910 am and 860 am Blythville, Ark.  
5 am thru 11 am  Sunday Morning. The Program will have extended hours,
12:00 Noon till 2:00 P.M.. 
Request line 7am till 9 am - 870.762.2093.
W T R B , Ripley, TN.  6 am till 8 am 
Sunday Morning talk with tommy mac  270-705-0868
90.5  fm ,  W V H M ,  Hardin, Ky.  , Paducah, Benton, Madisonville, Hopkinsville and Il.- 3:00 P.M. 107.7  Union city, Paris, tn.   3:00 P.M. 
Sunday Mornings 6 am till 8 am, Humboldt/Jackson, TN. 1:00 P.M. till 4:00 P.M. on am 1190 (My H M T)
Trucks on the highway, Tugs, boats and barges on the river, Trains on the tracks, farmers in their field on their tractors and all of Tommy Mac's listeners can have a part at 9 AM every Sunday Morning.

The famous bumper sticker says, Honk if you love Jesus!
This is the Time when the Tommymacshow involves all of its listening audience and asks them to participate. In an effort to salute our men and women in uniform whether it be our law enforcement officers, firemen, nurses, boys and girls in the armed forces, veterans of all foreign wars, and anyone who wears a uniform and salutes our flag we are going to blow our horn at 9 AM. Please help us.

There is a great country song that says, You've got to stand for something, or youll fall for anything.
Simultaneously speaking together through one accord to stand up and be counted for what is right and just. This is exciting to me, though some may think it is foolish, it is exciting to say the least. If it will create a listening audience and give praise to the lord at the same time. You are invited!!!

This is done when Tommy Mac announces at 9am during his show that all who would like to show their support and allow their voice to be heard in a unique way by blowing their horns for 5 to 10 seconds. This lets the world know where you stand and is highly appreciated by Tommy Mac. Tommy Mac invites everyone to participate in this salute.

Below is an article written by Jim Rorie of Myrtle Miss.

While he and Caruth Byrd were floating down the Mississippi River in 2001, Jim wrote a book. Three years later he met the radio announcer that he spoke of in his book in Memphis Tn. at the barbeque cook-off. The excerpt below is from Jims book about the man who he now knows as Tommy McDonald.


Its Sunday morning and we pick up a radio station in Blytheville, Arkansas and a program called The Old time gospel Hour, The announcer was not one of those polished voiceover guys, he was real. It was like radio used to be before the bean counters got involved. He knew his gospel and played a mixture of old and new. The new gospel is alright, but I grew up with The Blackwoods Brothers, The Stamps and The Imperials. When the guy did his ads, he could tell you the names of the people who owned the places, how good the cooks were and assure you that you would get the best buffet or plate lunch that money could buy. So go on down there, when church is out. It made us want to pull over and go have lunch. Thank the good Lord that there are still real people in the world. We listened to him until he went off the air at noon.
 
Tommy Mac would like to show appreciation for his long time friend and radio mentor the late Mr. Rudy Pylant who had the long running radio show OLD CAMP MEETING in    Kennett Mo. Mr. Rudy a WWII Veteran passed from this life on Pearl Harbor day Dec. 7 2003. He had a great listening audience and will be long remembered and missed dearly.