Marty Scarbrough of KASU 91.9 FM contacted me today about featuring our new album, Meanwhile I’m Still Thinking, on the KASU-FM program, Arkansas Roots. KASU-FM’s Arkansas Roots airs from the Arkansas State University (ASU) campus in Jonesboro and explores and celebrates music, arts and culture with roots in my beloved state of Arkansas. What a wonderful way to start the day. Thank you Marty Scarbrough and KASU-FM.
More about KASU-FM and Arkansas Roots
KASU 91.9 FM is ASU’s public radio service. The KASU broadcast stretches from the Ozark hills to the Mississippi River Delta where the likes of Johnny Cash, Luther Allison, Charlie Rich, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Albert King, Iris Dement, Louis Jordan, Conway Twitty, and Levon Helm were born. The program features songs by these musicians as well as by other influential performers with connections to Arkansas. KASU is a 100,000-watt station that broadcasts to Northeast Arkansas, Southeast Missouri and West Tennessee at 91.9 FM. KASU is also heard worldwide through live streaming at http://www.kasu.org.