Casey has been a "cowgirl" as long as she can remember. Working as a horse trail guide, line dancing to the latest country tune or just playing her favorite country music; Casey has always had that country lifestyle in her heart! As a DJ here at PPR, she has the opportunity to not only hear all the country music she can handle, but she gets the chance to play it for her listening audience live every Wednesday with the show re-airing on Sundays! Don't miss getting your country request in with her new show, "Wall 2 Wall Country Music" starting at 1! Hang up the spurs and stay a while. Not only does she showcase some of the newest country selections, but she also visits years gone by and features some of the best classic county hits for you! Shoot her an email, like her on facebook or give her a ring... she plays wall to wall country, right here on PPR!
SOMETHING NEW AND EXCITING! Penn's Peak Radio and the Wall 2 Wall Country show is now a part of a nation TV show! That's right, Casey had the opportunity to the on set for a taping of a segment that will air on he Joey Canyon show. The air date was Friday, July 22nd! Feel free to check out the show, it airs on Blue Ridge Communications channel 130 on Friday nights at 10 PM ET! JUST ANNOUNCED, the Joey Canyon Show will also now be airing on Comcast Entertainment Television on XFINITY Channel 900 (HD) and will air Sunday evenings at 10:30PM ET, Tuesday evenings at 9:30PM ET, with at least 2 additional airings on CET each Week. A fun 30 minute variety show with music and special guests.
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Here is what you need to know:
Veteran singer/songwriter Joey Canyon brings you a contemporary version of a traditional country music variety show. Originating out of Colorado, The Joey Canyon Show will feature performances and interviews from veteran country music artists including Mark Wills, TG Sheppard, Moe Bandy, Matthew and Gunnar Nelson, as well as many other top artists from the country music industry.
Joey grew up with musical influences spanning from country’s Waylon Jennings, Marty Robbins, Vern Gosden and Alan Jackson to Frank Sinatra. With roots deep in country, Joey has established himself with a lifetime of accomplishments ranging from recording artist, performer, singer/songwriter to executive producer, co-director and actor.
In 1978, Joey was awarded Colorado’s Governor’s citation for writing its anti-pollution song, “Save Our Colorado.” Later in 1991, he produced, wrote and co-directed for his own video, “Take My Money,” which became the most-added country music video nationwide at top country music nightclubs for three straight months.
The show will exemplify the way Joey weaves together genuine heartfelt down-home values with the experiences he’s had growing up in a small town in California to 40 years in the Rocky Mountains and recording over 23 years in Nashville. Joey began singing at the age of 8 and playing guitar at 11. Did you know he had featured billing in several NFL videos alongside the likes of Hank Williams Jr., George Strait, Lorrie Morgan and Reba McEntire?
Special Guest for Wednesday August 15, 2018: Marty Roe of Diamond Rio!
After assuming the name Diamond Rio, the band was signed to Arista Nashville and debuted in 1991 with the single "Meet in the Middle", which made them the first band ever to send a debut single to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. The band charted 32 more singles between then and 2006, including four more that reached No. 1: "How Your Love Makes Me Feel" (1997), "One More Day" (2001), "Beautiful Mess" (2002), and "I Believe" (2003).
Diamond Rio has recorded nine studio albums, four Greatest Hits compilations, and an album of Christmas music. Three of the band's albums have achieved RIAA platinum certification in the United States. In addition, Diamond Rio has received four Group of the Year awards from the Country Music Association, two Top Vocal Group awards from the Academy of Country Music, and one Grammy Award. The band is known for its vocal harmonies, varied instrumentation, and near-exclusive use of only its own membership on recordings instead of session musicians. Their sound was originally defined by mainstream country, bluegrass, and rock influences, but later albums drew more influence from Christian country music and country pop.