93.3 the Legend


Prince Mayne 6a-10a Weekdays
Prince Mayne is with you Mon-Fri from 6am to 10am playing what YOU want to hear! Prince enjoys horses, camping, computers, trail riding and the challenge of golf! (When he's not enjoying his true love, entertaining you on the radio)! Check out the Legend on 93.3 KLED! It's Prince Mayne for Fun, your Favorite Country Music and the Information You Need!
 
Jeff Iler Weekdays 2-6p
It all began in a rice paddy outside of Tokyo, Japan. Actually, I was born on a military base there in 1956. My mother and father were born and raised in Polk County, Nebraska, which makes me a full (Big) red blooded Nebraskan!
I got my start in radio in 1974 in Salinas, California. That's where my two sons were born...Dustin in 1983 and Cory in 1987.
I am the current afternoon drive show host on 93.3 KLED and you can join me weekdays from 2pm to 6pm for great Classic Country here on 93.3 FM, The Legend.
 
Tim White Sundays 8-10
The Tim White Bluegrass Show is a 2 Hour Syndicated Radio Program featuring the best in Bluegrass, Old Time and Comedy direct to you from the OFFICIAL Birthplace of Country Music Region, Bristol Virginia/Tennessee.
The program is available to affiliate stations throughout the US. If your local station isn't carrying the show, please call them and tell them to visit our site and sign up.
Tim White left Roanoke, Virginia in 1974 and settled in east Tennessee, where he pursued his careers of artist, sign painter and banjo picker. Though the artist was there from the start and the sign painter was a logical career outgrowth, the banjo picker was learned later in life. As he said one time, "It's amazing what one can learn when they don't watch TV."
Tim's interest in the musical heritage of the region, a region which stretched from Roanoke to Knoxville and cut a broad swath into neighboring states, led to his painting a mural on State Street in Bristol in 1986. This mural depicts the principal characters of the historic Bristol Sessions, which took place in Bristol, TN-VA in the summer of 1927.  Read More 
 
Jim Ed Brown Sat 6-8 Sun. 10-12
Over the past four decades, Jim Ed Brown has firmly established himself in the minds of Country Music Fans as a masterful presence in every aspect of the Country Music Industry Field. Born in 1934, the Native of Sparkman, Arkansas was one of five children (two boys and three girls) of a struggling lumberman and his wife. Some of his earliest memories are of close family times, when all of the members of the household would gather on Saturday nights to listen to the Grand Ole Opry on a battery powered radio. Jim Ed and his older sister, Maxine, were fascinated by what they heard and soon began harmonizing together. A few years later, Jim Ed and Maxine began to perform occasionally on the local radio shows.

Old Gospel Ship  6a-8a Sundays
Some of the Best Gospel Music this Side of the Gates Of Heaven. Featuring Great Country Gospel Music of Yesterday & Today.
 
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