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THE MORNING ROUTINE PRESENTED BY REVOLUTION JEWELRY WORKS

Monday – Friday: 5am – 10am

Dave and Johnny are on air Monday thru Friday with a locally focused show featuring Real Country Variety, local guests talking about local events and topics, the famous “Impossible Question” at 7:20. The Sports Guy at 7:50 and 8:50 from local sports to the pros and everything in between.  Local traffic, weather and other need to knows mornings from 5 till 10 each morning on Mountain Country.

 

FOR THE HEALTH OF IT
Tuesdays 8:00am

For The Health Of It with weekly guest host Dr. Seth Ryan focuses on health issues and covers a wide variety of health topics each week. Each week we focus on Dr. Seth’s Top 3 ideas For the Health Of It. Find and listen on demand under “Our Shows”.

CARLY EVANS - AFTERNOONS FEATURING THE RIDE @ 5
Monday – Friday: 3P-5P

Carly wraps up the day and the Ride at 5 sponsored by 5 Star Bank features 30 minutes of non stop Real Country Variety for the drive home. Lots of artists stop in the studio to visit Carly on the way through the Springs so tune in, you never know who might pop in for a live song!

SUNDAY CHURCH SESSIONS WITH PASTOR SCOTTY, CHURCH ON THE RANCH
Sundays from 7am – 9am

Start your Sunday mornings with Pastor Scotty for great country gospel music, words of encouragement and faith and reading of scripture on the Church Sessions.

THE MOUNTAIN COUNTRY TOP TEN

Every Saturday at noon, join us as we countdown the Top Ten songs on Mountain Country as voted on by YOU! Simply vote on any song playing at mymountaincountry.com or the free app so you can take us wherever you go!

The Mountain Country Weekly Top 10 Countdown brought to you by Groff’s Automotive

April 17th

10. Justin Moore – We Didn’t Have Much

9. Curtis Grimes – Friends

8. Jake Bush – Better By the Beer

7. Josh Abbott Band – Settle Me Down

6. Mark Powell – I Hope I’m Holding You

5. Brantley Gilbert – Hard Days

4. Bart Crow – Pocket Full of Kisses

3. Josh Ward – A Cowboy Can

2. Mavericks – All You Ever Do Is Bring Me Down

1. Cross Rags and Young – Reckless

 

 

 

 

 

     

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