I recorded the Bowling Green IDs this past Saturday, as my girlfriend Stacy and I met up with her parents there for a belated Father’s Day lunch. One of the many reasons that Stacy and I get along so well: she didn’t care that I had two Sony CFD-S01 radios taking up room in the backseat. I had only one shot to land each station; after lunch we headed straight to her parents’ place in Scottsville, KY, where I can pick up some stations from Bowling Green but not the pair of 1,000 watt AM sports outlets that I wanted to add to the site. Luckily, both of those stations ran legal IDs while I was rolling tape, and now they are on here for you to enjoy.
As for the Nashville stations, I have no excuse for not having updated them earlier, save for the fact that they already had a presence on here. In particular I need to point out how much I love Lightning 100 (one of the three Nashville stations with a new ID on the site today), which is one of the last mid-major market FM independents around. If every radio station was run with the care and attention that the management of Lightning 100 puts into it, the radio industry would have considerably fewer problems.