Hello, and welcome to the world of Michael Burns and Stu Fink.
BOSTON COUNTRY OLDIES IS NOW IN VERMONT!
Our northern expansion continues as Michael and Stu will debut this Memorial Day weekend on WCVR, North Country 1320 and 100.1 in Randolph, Vermont, every Saturday from 12noon to 2pm. We welcome our new friends and listeners there, and hope to be hearing from many of you soon.
WCVR is Your Home For All Things Country, and makes great listening, anytime. Thanks go out to Rob Landry and Aaron Gonthier for fitting us into the station’s schedule.
Give North Country a listen. You’ll be hooked like we are!
BOSTON COUNTRY OLDIES HEADS TO BANGOR!
The latest Boston Country Oldies affiliate is WCYR, The Country Road, in Bangor, Maine. Listen to the show Sunday mornings from from 8-10am! And we’re on for two hours. Kudos go out to our friends Pete Falconi and Carl Strube of Port Broadcasting for believing in the power of both Michael and Stu, and great Country Oldies. Hearing is believing, and we think this is one of the greatest Classic Country stations anywhere. We know you’ll think so, too.
BOSTON COUNTRY OLDIES GOES TO MID-WEST GEORGIA!
Outside of New England, you can hear Michael and Stu on Legends 97.3 in Manchester, Georgia (also known as The Magic City), every Sunday morning at 9am. Legends 97.3 is a terrific station, playing great country hits 24/7. It’s amazing that we are now heard in the South. To our friends there who have just found us, thanks for tuning in, and being part of our legion of loyal listeners. And special thanks to Paul and Ron at Legends 97.3 for bringing Boston Country Oldies to the Magic City.
Here is the Boston Country Oldies calendar for 2018. This has been an annual tradition for us, and, this year is no exception. As always, it’s perfect for your office, refrigerator, birdcage, litter box, or whatever varied use you may have for it. They also make great gifts. Download yours here.
HEAR BOSTON COUNTRY OLDIES ON WCRN!
Hear Michael and Stu in Worcester on WCRN 830-AM, every Sunday night at 7pm. WCRN has long been Worcester’s top station, with an amazing 50,000 watt signal that blankets the region both day and night. With great talk programming during the day, and now, great oldies seven nights a week, Boston Country Oldies kicks off the Sunday night lineup. We are thrilled that we can reach our many friends and fans in Metrowest, Western Massachusetts, and parts of Rhode Island and Connecticut, too. High praises go out to longtime friends Kenny, Kurt, and Jordan at WCRN.
REQUEST YOUR FAVORITE COUNTRY OLDIES ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE!
Now you can request your favorites on the official Boston Country Oldies Facebook page.
First, start out by liking us. Then, once you’re in, go crazy and request your favorites–as many as you like. We will play them on a future show, and mention your name and town as well. It’s a great way to get yourself on the air…and let us know you’re listening. (Remember, all shows are pre-recorded weeks in advance. It may take that long to get your favorite song played, so, please, be patient.)
If you don’t have Facebook, you can still e-mail in your requests, to MichaelandStu@aol.com. Either way, we hope to hear from you.
Hear Boston Country Oldies on Sunday mornings at 11am on The Great 98, WCAP, Lowell. WCAP is the Merrimack Valley’s home for news, talk, sports, specialty programs, and…oldies. Our thanks go out to station chief Sam Poulten and his staff for keeping Michael and Stu on the air!
You can also listen to Boston Country Oldies Sunday nights at 9pm on The Legends,
Missed a program? You can listen to recent shows here.
To contact Michael and Stu, or to make a request, you can now email us at MichaelandStu@aol.com.
When in Boston, be sure to visit our friends at The No Name Restaurant, located at the historic Fish Pier in the Seaport district. The No Name features the freshest New England seafood in a friendly fish-shanty atmosphere. You can see their fine menu here.
Not too long ago, the restaurant was featured on TV in promoting Neighborhood Health Plan. The commercial won a coveted Telly Award, making a bonafide star out of General Manager, Jimmy Klidaras. We hope we don’t lose him to Hollywood.
Stop by the No Name and tell Jimmy how great he looks!