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LISTEN: Country great Lee Greenwood

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LGBTQ chorus in Colorado Springs unifies community with song
A gay men's choir in Colorado Springs is among a group of organizations working locally to foster solidarity and healing after a gruesome shooting at a gay night club devastated Colorado Springs' LGBTQ community
1:21AM ( 2 hours ago )
Ye no longer buying Parler app, Twitter account suspended
The rapper Ye is no longer buying conservative social media site Parler
12:50AM ( 2 hours ago )
Bidens entertain more than 330 guests at 1st state dinner
President Joe Biden's first White House state dinner has drawn big names from the worlds of entertainment, politics, business and fashion to celebrate French President Emmanuel Macron
12:30AM ( 3 hours ago )
AP Entertainment
LISTEN: Alex Mont-Ros: building stronger families through better communication
Hand-held devices, after school activities and busy schedules can get in the way of actually being a family. Alex Mont-Ros visited Maine Street to share details of his "Family Meeting Planner" and how setting aside time to truly communicate builds stronger families.
12:09PM ( 15 hours ago )
LISTEN: Country great Lee Greenwood
Lee Greenwood visited Maine Street to share details about his "American Spirit Tour...Once and For All" and what it's like touring at age 80.
12:02PM ( 15 hours ago )
LISTEN: Richard Paul Evans' "A Christmas Memory"
Richard Paul Evans visited Maine Street to share details about his new novel "A Christmas Memory" and discuss the Netflix adaptation of his book "The Noel Diary."
11:58AM ( 15 hours ago )
WDUN Show Clips
LISTEN: David Bellavia "Remember the Ramrods"
David Bellavia is the Iraq War's only living Medal of Honor recipient. In his book "Remember the Ramrods, he reveals the untold story of the remarkable brotherhood behind one of the war's legendary acts of valor and why the award was not first.
9:24AM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: Eat, Drink, and be Murray with Chef Andy Murray
While his brothers Bill and Bryan went on to the stage, Chef Andy Murray entertains people in a different way with the food he serves at his restaurants. Chef Murray spent a few moments on Maine Street talking about his book "Eat, Drink and be Murray" which is as much a memoir as it is a cookbook.
9:12AM ( 2 weeks ago )
LISTEN: GBI agent on safe "sharenting"
There term "sharenting" refers to the habitual use of social media to share the lives of your children. Brian Johnston of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation visited Maine Street to talk about the dangers of over sharing. Johnston is Special Agent in Charge of the GBI's Child Exploitation and Computer Crimes Unit.
11:44AM ( 2 weeks ago )
WDUN Morning Show
Cumming record shop hosts local musicians in monthly show
His Rock community record shop in Cumming hosted local artists Saturday night as part of their November concert lineup.
8:50PM ( 3 weeks ago )
Jarrard-Burch Songwriters Show prepares for its 21st concert
For the Jarrard-Burch Foundation, the music never stopped – even after the loss of one of its most influential founders, Bruce Burch. The songwriting foundation is hosting the first Songwriters Show on Sept. 10 without Burch, who passed away in March.
8:25PM ( 3 months ago )
The Hall at Bourbon Brothers; Gainesville’s first world-class venue to come soon
Bands like Diamond Rio, the Atlanta Rhythm Section, Shenandoah and other 70s and 80s pop, rock and country acts will soon have a Gainesville venue to play at.
7:00PM ( 4 months ago )
Don McLean reflects on 50 years of American Pie
The singer of the beloved 1971 folk-rock song “American Pie is on tour to commemorate the song’s 50-year anniversary.
9:10PM ( 7 months ago )
First Baptist Church of Gainesville breaks ground on new music suite
First Baptist Church Gainesville members broke ground Sunday for a new music suite building.
6:35PM ( 8 months ago )