WMER-AM 1390 Radio will air Chapter No. 189 of “Remember When” today from 9:30 a.m. until noon, according to station manager Mike Glass.
The show, which will celebrate its 24th anniversary in January, is now heard exclusively on WMER.
Today’s broadcast will feature radio and gospel music personalities in a program about the effect gospel music has had on country and bluegrass music, and how its current popularity has changed America’s entertainment structure. Guests tentatively scheduled include Mike Glass, Betty Sue Chaney and Billy Melton.
The program will also include a salute to Harold Clark, a 31-year veteran of the Meridian Police Department who died last week.
To call in live during the show, dial (601) 693-9637.
— Carl Fitzgerald, special to The Star
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