Big Al Caricature

Highway 64 with Big Al


BIG AL has over 23 years of experience behind a microphone, with a vast knowledge of Country Music. All of his experience is from right here in the Alleghany Highlands. BIG AL is one of us! He’s lived in the Highlands for over 48 years. He knows the people and has many ties to local news and local events. If it’s happening, BIG AL is on top of it!

On Highway 64 with BIG AL, Al will bring you “ Continuous Country Favorites” every Monday thru Friday from 6am until 9am. He’ll also update you on your school lunch menus, country music news, current events and world happenings that are important to you and your family. BIG AL is also bringing back local and star birthdays to BIG COUNTRY mornings.

Having a special event or sale? BIG AL will be glad to broadcast LIVE to endorse your business or product. He can even bring Highway 64 with BIG AL to your place of business. Please contact our sales representatives for more details and pricing.

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Highway 64

Highlands Media Group

• 1955: WEBB PIERCE’s single I Don’t Care went to number one and stayed there for twelve weeks.

• 1984: The movie Rhinestone, starring DOLLY PARTON and Sylvester Stallone, premiered.

• 1992: GARTH BROOKS’ album No Fences was certified multi-platinum for sales of 8 million copies. Hits included Friends In Low Places, The Thunder Rolls and Two Of A Kind, Workin’ On A Full House.

• 2004: With Redneck Woman, GRETCHEN WILSON became the first country artist since LEE ANN WOMACK — and her song I Hope You Dance in 2000 — to spend five straight weeks at the top of the country singles chart.

• 2008: KENNY CHESNEY topped the country singles chart with Better As A Memory.

• 2009: DIERKS BENTLEY was the only country artist on a Forbes magazine Top 10 list of entertainment figures most likely to break out into mainstream superstardom.

• 2010: CARRIE UNDERWOOD received a gold single for Temporary Home.

• 2011: MIRANDA LAMBERT made a surprise appearance during BRAD PAISLEY’s concert at the Verizon Wireless Music Center in Noblesville, Indiana, to lead a round of “Happy Birthday” for husband BLAKE SHELTON.

• 2011: TIM McGRAW stopped his show at the Gorge Amphitheater near George, Washington, to boot a male audience member for mistreating a woman.

• 2016: On the day he turned 40, BLAKE SHELTON brought out a surprise guest during the Country Jam in Grand Junction, Colorado: Gwen Stefani joined Blake on Go Ahead And Break My Heart.

Tim Hunt of YANKEE GREY is 51


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