Real Roots Radio broadcasts the finest selection of country music. If you enjoy quality, you’ve come to the right place. Enjoy live personality, national, state, and local news, and the best music you can find on the radio today. While reaching such a vast area with our programming, we also stay connected locally with each individual station offering neighborhood promotions, local news, agricultural news, and public service.
We have one of the most loyal listening audiences in the Miami Valley and the Dayton region and operate the only stations continually serving the rural, surrounding areas in southwestern Ohio.
Here at Real Roots Radio, we believe in real music, real people, and real radio.
George Jones, Hank Williams, Dolly Parton, The Osborne Brothers, Merle Haggard, Connie Smith, Buck Owens, Ernest Tubb, and other legends too country for other stations.
Over 95% of our programming is produced locally on a daily and weekly basis by down-to-earth yet professional radio personalities.
Real Roots Radio is proud to be a part of the lives of thousands of listeners. Our straight forward approach seems to be unique in the modern age. We enjoy what we do and enjoy serving the communities we reach. This philosophy produces a real audience of loyal supporters that benefits our advertisers with real results.
Thank you in advance for your mentioning the Dayton VA Medical Center on the B.O.P (Bucks on Patrol) segment of your show. Your show reminds me of the AM station WSVA I used to listen to each morning as a kid growing up in rural Virginia. Thanks for bringing a bit of my home town to my morning drive each day and I look forward to our future collaborations to help Veterans get the services they have earned for all of us. – Glenn A. Costie, FACHE/VHA-CM
I was at Memorial Hall a couple Saturdays ago for the VA concert. My wife and I enjoyed the concert very much, but the best thing I learned that night was that Dayton has a classic country radio station! I’ve been looking for one for a long time because I hate “new country.” Give me Hank Jr., Randy Travis, Ricky Van Shelton (now retired), Tracy Lawrence, and Confederate Railroad any day. Thanks for the great music. I’ll be listening. – Rocco Latino, Brookville, OH
My wife and I attended the concert Sat night and enjoyed an absolutely outstanding show. Many thanks to Classic Country radio and to you for your generosity. The Ohio Valley is truly blessed to have such a organization as Classic Country Radio. Thanks. – Chuck Couch
Thanks for the webcast bluegrass. I rarely miss Monday thru Friday, 1 – 3 p.m. We have a good bluegrass program here locally in East TN on WDVX, 6 a.m. – 9 a.m., but the rest of the day has been dry until I found Classic Country Radio. Your groups have been long time favorites of mine. Freddy plays you all a lot on WDVX’s “Rise-N-Shine” program. Thanks again for what you do. – Joe Dunn, Pigeon Forge, TN
I greatly appreciate all you do for bluegrass music. Now with the Android app, I’m never out of range! I listen daily. Keep up the great work. – David Mayberry
I haven’t been able to listen to your “Hymns from the Hills” for a few months, but I’m back listening again and I feel like I’ve connected again with an old friend. Your new streaming sound on the internet is even better than it was before!! Looking forward to seeing you and the Radio Ramblers in Luckett’s, VA, on April 21 – it sounds so far away, but will be here before we know it. In the interim, I’m thrilled to be able to be listening to your show again! – Christine & Gary Hutt, Silver Spring, MD
I live on a remote ranch in southern Arizona. We have no radio reception here, but do have an excellent Internet connection. After searching and trying out country music stations on the internet, we found that we enjoy Classic Country Radio more than any of them that we tried. Thank you so much, we do enjoy your programming and selections because they don’t drive us crazy. Love the Tradin’ Post and enjoy listening to the calls, sometimes wish we could participate. Also, we are so glad to hear the patriotic and religious values that are demonstrated. It is good to hear people that feel the same way we do. – Junie Reidhead, Arizona