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Bobby Bones Show

Bobby Bones Show

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  1. Mountain Pine native deals real on the radio, goes nationwide

    Bobby Bones, a Mountain Pine native and the host of the nationally syndicated country music radio program The Bobby Bones Show , paused when asked about his childhood. FULL ARTICLE AT Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

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The Bobby Bones Show is a morning radio show broadcast in Austin, Texas on 96.7 KISS FM and syndicated in Wichita, Kansas, Amarillo, Texas, and Lubbock, Texas. Bobby Bones is accompanied by co-hosts Lunchbox and Amy, Carlos, and Alayna. Jay Shannon is program director. According to Clear Channel Radio, the show is the the number one listened to morning show among listeners aged 12–17 and 18-34.... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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