Canadian Country Spotlight

    Ted Roop presents the One-hour "Canadian Country Spotlight"™ Program

    Is a weekly, music driven, foreground style program that will provide our radio partners with 52 weeks of original & unique programming featuring the best in established and new emerging Canadian country talent.

    The show will spotlight one Canadian country artist each week and provide a minimum of 10 CANCON songs per show highlighted by original and engaging artist interview content.

    Each program includes a five-minute Nashville 90 segment featuring an original, non-re-purposed interview clip & song from an international country music star.

    Listener rewards:

    “Spotlight Trivia”: 3 winners picked from across Canada each week. Prizing - a copy of the featured artist's CD plus a free one-year subscription to Country Music News. In addition, 300 free single downloads of the week's featured artist will be available through the Canadian Country Spotlight website on a first come, first serve basis.

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