WLSC Tiger Radio was a big hit with visitors to the 2015 Home Improvement and Outdoor Living Show at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. WLSC Tiger Radio debuted the new Tiger Radio logo and handed out hundreds of new bumper stickers to visitors. The overwhelming response was positive. Folks are really excited that there is a radio station that plays classic country music. The home show took place Friday through Sunday (September 11-13, 2015).
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For Immediate Release
September 4, 2015
Banana Jack Murphy, GM
WLSC Tiger Radio 843.222.4652 email@example.com
WLSC Tiger Radio Launches Classic Country Format on Labor Day
Loris, SC - The music of Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Conway Twitty, Willie Nelson and Patsy Cline returns to the airwaves on Monday, September 7th. WLSC Tiger Radio will start broadcasting classic country music at High Noon.
Listeners can hear WLSC Tiger Radio by tuning to 1240 AM or online at TigerRadio.com.
"It's been a while since you could turn on your radio and hear real country music.", says WLSC General Manager, Banana Jack Murphy. "Seriously, when was the last time you heard Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn or George Jones and Tammy Wynette? How about Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings and Marty Robbins? That's the good stuff."
WLSC Tiger Radio promises to play the biggest country hits from the '50s to the '90s. "We'll also go back to the days of Hank WIlliams and Ernest Tubb, too.", states Murphy. He adds, " You also hear Alabama, George Strait, Clint Black and of course, Kenny and Dolly."
In addition to well known hits from classic country artists, WLSC Tiger Radio will feature a Hymn of the Hour. Once every hour, the station will broadcast a gospel song recorded by classic country artists, gospel quartets and occassionally a local or regional act will be featured.
WLSC Tiger Radio broadcasts a 1 kw signal at 1240 AM from downtown Loris, South Carolina. The station's studio is located in the Loris Chamber of Commerce. Fans of the station can listen to and watch the broadcast streams of WLSC Tiger Radio at TigerRadio.com.
WLSC has also partnered with AudioNow making it possible to hear Tiger Radio by dialing 213.493.0145 or 843.733.3153. WLSC has recently finished developing a smartphone app which will soon be available at iTunes and GooglePlay.
WLSC signed on in 1958 and is one of the oldest media outlets in Horry County. In 2007, local media personality, Banana Jack Murphy and his wife, Barb Krumm formed Banana Jack Murphy Productions and purchased WLSC.
For more information, visit TigerRadio.com
Banana Jack Murphy, General Manager
WLSC Tiger Radio
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