Alabama's Jeff Cook and WHN Radio Staffers Host Panel February 17 in Nashville for “WHN: When New York City Went Country”
Nashville, TN, January 23, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Country Radio Hall of Fame broadcaster and author Ed Salamon will moderate a panel about WHN, the most listened to country radio station of all time, followed by a book signing for “WHN: When New York City Went Country” (Archer Books) on Monday, February 17th 6:00 pm at Two Old Hippies in Nashville.
Participants will include Ed’s fellow Country Radio Hall of Famer and WHN assistant program director Charlie Cook (now operations manager of Cumulus Nashville and program director of WSM-FM and WKDF) and WHN music director Pam Green (now with Cumulus Media Networks).
Joining them as special guest is Jeff Cook of Country Music Hall of Fame inductees Alabama. Ed received a plaque for helping break their first hit “My Home’s In Alabama” and sales from WHN airplay helped “Feels So Right,” “Love in The First Degree” and “Take Me Down” cross over to Top 40 radio in New York.
The event is free and open to the public.
Two Old Hippies is located in The Gulch at 401 12th Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37201, across from The Station Inn. Their phone number is 615-254-7999.