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10/18/2021 - 6pm - Music City on the Mountain

Published October 18, 2021

What you're gonna hear on Music City on the Mountain: interviews and live performances of the best of Music City...Christian and Inspirational Country songwriters along with hit songwriters performing...recorded live from the stage of the legendary Jim Oliver's Smokehouse on Monteagle mountain!  Hosted by Randy Finchum.

We kick off this week's show with a Glenn Athen Smokehouse performance paying tribute to the late Tommy Turner....followed by Michael Lee singing a Craig Campbell-penned song....after that it's back-to-back Brent Anderson/Brad Paisley...Brent singing "Last Time For Everything" from the Smokehouse stage and Brad with "Heaven South"....which leads us right into Nashville husband and wife duo Carryin' On paying tribute to Grandpa with "Sunset Cowboy"....and then we round this week's show out with the new single off of hit songwriter Gerald Smith Bluegrass CD and Marilyn Harris singin' about two of life's favorite things, pinto beans and Jesus!  The second half of the hour pays tribute to America featuring music from John J Kennedy, Toby Keith, David Watson, J.T. Cooper, Aaron Barker, Adam James, and Paul J. Cicero!

Listen to WFMC Jams the third Monday of every month from 6-7pm Central to catch Music on the Mountain by clicking on the "Listen Live" button at the top of this page!


Image may contain: night The Smoke House has always been owned & operated by the Oliver family, serving travelers crossing Monteagle Mountain, Tennessee since 1960. Family and BBQ style cookin' served by friendly folks everyday, full menu, and self service buffet & salad.





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