Featuring Chubby Howard and Wyatt McCubbin
Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Sundays, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
An encyclopedia of country music folklore, not only is he loved as a part of Real Roots Radio, Chubby is one of Ohio’s most renowned steel guitar players. Veteran radio broadcaster, Ray “Chubby” Howard, was inducted into the Steel Guitar Hall of Fame during the 2015 International Steel Guitar Convention in St. Louis. Howard has been entertaining Real Roots Radio listeners each weekend with his unique mix of encyclopedic country music knowledge and down-home humor since 1998. A US Navy veteran and professional steel guitar player, Howard has worked with some of the brightest stars in the country music business including Buck Owens, Connie Smith, and Boxcar Willie.
Join Chubby Howard the first Saturday of each month, 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., as he broadcasts live at Tudor’s Biscuit World. Check out the signature Chubby Biscuit loaded down with lots of country goodness. Tudor’s Biscuit World is located at the corner of West Second Street and Allison Avenue in Xenia. Call 372-3300 for more information.
Join Chubby Howard for pickin’ around the Dayton area! Each week you can find Chubby playing the pedal steel guitar with a band of friends. Schedule changes are always possible. Any questions can be directed to the Classic Country Connection at 937-372-5804.
4 to 7 p.m.
VFW Post 8066 Preble Memorial
401 Lexington Rd.
Eaton, Ohio 45320
Wyatt McCubbin is an up-and-coming country music, singer/songwriter with a deep, mature voice that doesn’t quite seem to match his 19 years of age. Drawing from traditional roots, Wyatt seeks to follow in the footsteps of his favorite artists such as Vern Gosdin, Hank Williams Jr., and Waylon Jennings. Wyatt has opened up for many legends such as David Allan Coe, Merle Haggard, and George Jones and is currently back and forth from Ohio to Tennessee with his publishing deal in Nashville. With a passion to keep country music alive and an outlaw spirit that helped his heroes earn their fame, Wyatt is on the right track. wyattmccubbin.com