Rob Redding's Redding News Review talk radio show returns to Macon, GA

     width=March 12, 2010, 8:30 p.m. – Redding can once again be heard in his home state.

    “We are excited have America’s true Independent Voice on in Macon,” iHeartmedia (formerly Clear Channel) Market Manager Thomas Bacote said. Redding’s three-hour independent news radio program begins airing every Sunday from 7 p.m. 10 p.m. this weekend, Bacote said. Redding’s has not been heard in Georgia since he left WAOK-AM in Atlanta in 2003. The Atlanta native has not done radio in Macon since his days doing nights at WIBB-AM’s sister station WIBB-FM in the late 90s and later at WFXM-FM.

    “WIBB is a historic station in a historic city,” Redding said. “James Brown recorded ‘Try Me’ and ‘Bewildered’ at WIBB’s studios, my family has a name in the city because of Otis Redding, and who can leave out the importance of Macon being the home of the Georgia Music Hall of Fame.”


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    1. Rob I like your show on sunday.but get some base in yo voice and lay off the Little Richard makeup on the promo pics dude!!

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