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Spend Christmas in the Country

WNRA is once again warming the airwaves with Christmas classics from yesterday and today!  Enjoy Country Christmas songs from your favorite artists including Alan Jackson, George Strait, and John Anderson.  Plus the classic holiday tunes from Gene Autry, Bing Crosby,…
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Real Country Music is Back on the Radio

Broadcasting from the Music Capital of Alabama in Muscle Shoals, WNRA 94.5 FM and ShoalsCountry.com has become the radio home for Real Country Music… the best records from artists like Alan Jackson, George Strait, Brooks & Dunn, Reba McEntire, and…
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WNRA Transcriptions

WNRA is launching an on-demand listening page on our website for short programs and features!  If you miss something on the air or want to hear it again, check our new Transcriptions page.  Named after the recorded radio programs on…
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Shoals Labor Day Parade

The Shoals Labor Council is hosting the longest-running Labor Day celebration in America for the 104th year.  The event kicked off with a parade through downtown Tuscumbia, and WNRA was once again part of the procession.  It is 90 years…
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Interactive Storm Shelter Map

WNRA Real Country 94.5 FM has created an interactive map of public storm shelters in northwest Alabama, so you can find the closest shelter in the event of severe weather.  The map includes shelters in Lauderdale, Colbert, Franklin, and Lawrence…
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Slow Down and Enjoy the Country!

Real Country 94.5 FM joins with safety organizations across the U.S. to promote Rural Road Safety Awareness Week.  We just want to say “y’all be careful.”  You see, speed is a major cause of accidents and deaths on our country…
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Legends of Country Music

WNRA plays the earliest Country Music from the 1920’s and 30’s every week on the Wheeler Mountain Jamboree.  Now stay tuned for the Classic Country Jukebox, where we continue the history lesson with Country legends from the 1940’s to the…
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Remembering The Singing Brakeman

He had a voice that transcended time, a tenor that cut through the noise of a barroom or through the hiss of an old 78 record. It came into radios at the speed of light from a faraway station, straight…
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