Big Bill is in his 61st year in radio and his 28th year at WKDQ. Catch him Saturday mornings from 6:00 - 10:00 a.m. for 'Country Classics,' and the legends including Merle Haggard, George Jones, Loretta Lynn, Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, Conway Twitty and all the rest .
How I Found a Way to Vote in Evansville in Five Minutes
We have a great downtown library in Evansville that used for a lot more than checking out books.
Bill Monroe’s Homeplace, Museum, Grave and Uncle Pen’s Cabin Are an Easy Drive From Evansv…
The hometown of the Father of Bluegrass music is just a short drive south of Evansville in the little Kentucky village of Rosine.
My Mountaintop Dream Home is For Sale–Would You Live Here?
The beautiful home for sale in the eastern Kentucky mountains is secluded from everyone. Sound good?
Hang a Bag of Pennies and Water Outside Your Door? Why?
Why on earth would you fill a baggie with water and pennies and hang it on your porch? Is this crazy?
I Did This Coffee Temperature Experiment For You
Using our meat thermometer, I discovered the best temperature for serving coffee. Do you like yours hot, medium or cold?
Evansville Urologist Practices Medicine and Writes Children’s Books
Dr. Charles Vincent leaves the world of kidney stones and enlarged prostates to pursue a totally different avocation.
Have You Ever Checked to See if the State is Holding Unclaimed Money For You?
All US states hold unclaimed money for the public. There may be some for you!
Things Our Mother Told Us That May (or May Not) Have Been True
Many of these have been disproved but a few actually had merit.
Do You Still Buy Supermarket Magazines?
Do customers really buy all those publications available at the supermarket checkout line?
Yes There is a Coin Shortage in Evansville
You can blame Coronavirus for something else -- a lack of change at your favorite store
Deaconess Clinic Has Began the Move to Their New Downtown Building
The new Evansville Deaconess Clinic is open in their new location on Fourth Street. The facility is in a new building where the WKDQ studios used to be
The Very Creepy Reason Southern Americans Paint Doors and Porches Blue
Americans in the south have used indigo blue paint for a very special reason for generations.