Dr. Ed shares a 4-year-old segment from his short lived Southern Baptists for Southern Heritage series when he called on Southern Baptists to boycott all cola drinks *Doctor Pepper, Coca-Cola, Pepsi, RC, etc. because of their associations with the Confederacy and with the old South.
The music is about the land, the people, their faith, their culture, their history, and their heritage. About being "southern." Its real, and it speaks to people because it is genuine. That is why Southern rock has so many fans, even in the North.
As everything in our culture that is "southern" comes under constant attack, today's show is a tribute to Southern Rock!
John Schneider talks about his friend, mentor, and spiritual father, the late music legend Johnny Cash.
Following are more rare performances by Cash such as Chicken in Black and a tribute performance by Johnny Cashless.
The show closes with Johnny Cash's last live performance in July of 2003 and then finally with a recording of Johnny singing one of the host's favorite hymns.
Remember back in 2016 when everyone on TV and even "Conservative Talk Radio" were telling us that Trump would never win?
Then Trump won the Republican nomination. And all the same wasted no time telling us that it was a fluke, and that he would NEVER win the general election.
Donald Trump wiped up the floor with Hillary Clinton on Election night.
For everyone who is afraid that Donald Trump cannot beat Joe Biden, let today's show be an encouraging reminder.
In this third and final segment of Dr. Ed's conversation with Jim Gray.
Both host and guest have moved beyond their conversation of the Kennedy assassination and speak entirely of Jim's Confederate ancestors and how his family migrated from Gwinnett County, Georgia to East Texas.
Launched in January of 2018 as The Dixie Heritage Hour and reformatted in January 2020 as the half-hour Dixie Heritage Show, Dr. Ed's weekly podcasts are usually pre-recoded. Shows are broadcast nationally on TBR Radio, and globally on You-Tube.
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