PostedSaturday, April 21st, 2018 8:04pmbyMark Layne
Join DJ Carly Sunday afternoon and night as she spotlights the late Glen Campbell on what would have been his birthday over KVPI 1050 AM The Legend. Starting Sunday at 2;00 all the way till midnigh...Read More
PostedSaturday, February 4th, 2017 6:47pmbyMark Layne
Check out the original Country Gold show tonight and every Saturday night with Rowdy Yates. The show will air from 7:00pm to 12 midnight on KVPI 1050 The Legend. He will be live on the air taking y...Read More
Be sure to listen to our exclusive live remote broadcast every Saturday morning from world famous Fred's Lounge in Mamou from 9:05-11:00am on KVPI 1050 AM and on kvpionline.com with announcer A...Read More
Renee Brown, the new Executive Director for the Ville Platte Chamber of Commerce, announced that their 2018 banquet is set for Wednesday May 2nd at the Ville Platte Civic Center and guest speakers ...Read More
KVPI Sports will broadcast the Sacred Heart Trojans baseball game Saturday at 11:00am as they host Ouachita Christian on Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI with KVPI Sports Announcer James Shiver. Pre Game at ...Read More
KVPI Sports presents the Sacred Heart Baseball Game of the Week. First game is Tuesday at 4:30pm, the Trojans will host Deridder. You can hear the game live on 92.5 KVPI with Sports Announcer James...Read More
1972, Jerry Lee Lewis was at #1 on the Billboard Country Singles chart with "Chantilly Lace." Written by Jerry Foster, Bill Rice, and The Big Bopper, who released the song in 1958, the song depicts one side of a flirting telephone conversation, with a young man talking about what he likes about his girlfriend.
On This Day in Music History: Tuesday, April 24th
1991, Garth Brooks won a record six times at the 26th annual Academy Of Country Music awards on NBC. The Country singer won: Entertainer of the Year and Top Male Vocalist; Best Album for No Fences, Single Record, "Friends In Low Places", and Song and Video for "The Dance".
On This Day in Music History: Wednesday, April 25th
1960, Jim Reeves was at #1 on the US singles chart with "He'll Have to Go," which spent a total of 14 consecutive weeks at the top of the charts and was one of just five different titles to occupy the chart's summit during 1960.
On This Day in Music History: Thursday, April 26th
2013, US country singer George Jones, who had a string of #1 songs between the 1950s and 1990s, died aged 81. Nicknamed 'Possum', his signature song was “He Stopped Loving Her Today”, a track about love and death. He was married to Tammy Wynette between 1969 and 1975 and the pair recorded several songs together in the 1970s. During his life, Jones had more than 150 hits during his career, both as a solo artist and in duets with other artists.
On This Day in Music History: Friday, April 27th
1959, Born on this day in Bellshill, Scotland was Sheena Easton, singer and actress. Sheena Easton is the only artist in the history of the US Billboard charts to have a top 5 hit on each of the Billboards key charts consecutively: "Morning Train (9-5)" (Pop, Adult Contemporary), "We Got Tonight" w/Kenny Rogers (Country), "Telefone (Long Distance Love Affair)" (Dance), and "Sugar Walls" (R&B).