50 Years of Country

Hosted by:

Bill & Sean


  • Classic Country
  • Traditional Country


The father and son team of Bill and Sean bring you 50 Years of Country each week on The Bluegrass Jamboree.  Their desire to share hits and classics from the stars of country music has inspired the show.  Popularity has quickly grown and they are encouraged to continue to bring the songs of yesterday to the airwaves.


Bill began his radio journey in Northeastern Ohio with his father, an engineer at the CBS affiliated radio station WGAR, participating in the production of musical and news programs as well as live radio theater in the WGAR studios, and at remote broadcast locations where he had the pleasure of meeting many major entertainment and sports stars of the 50s. After a stint in the Navy, he too became a radio engineer at WGAR and then an on-air announcer at other Ohio radio stations covering Coshocton, Fairfield and Franklin counties. Most recently he joined the on-air and production staff of the Greencastle radio station, WRGG.


Sean is the third generation of the Taylor family to work in radio, his life long love of music began during his childhood when he was a member of the Metropolitan Boys Choir of Minneapolis/St. Paul performing nationally and internationally. He loves all kinds of music with a special interest in County and a special talent for line dancing. He works with his father on various programs broadcast to south central Pennsylvania, Maryland and the World Wide Web.


  • Monday - 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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    This Post Has 2 Comments

    1. The broadcast in progress today (March 12, 2018 at 3:15pm ET) has strange audio when it comes to the music. It is almost like the music is being heard through a tunnel. The volume is also a little lower than the volume from the program hosts when they are talking.

    2. The version of Rocky Top played at 3:40 sounds like Bobby Osborne of The Osborne Brothers.

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