What Did You Request on American Country Gold with Elmer Aho on Saturday Night on 103-FXD?!?

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Marquette, Michigan — Beverly in Menominee, Michigan, Karen in Greenville, Wisconsin, Robin in Cheboygan, Michigan, and Adrienne in Green Bay, Wisconsin. What do all these fine folks have in common? They listen to Elmer Aho faithfully every Saturday night on 103-FXD and online at www.wfxd.com.

Elmer Aho welcomes you to tune in to American Country Gold on 103-FXD. There’s no other show like American Country Gold in the entire country! MOST everything that Elmer Aho plays for you is on vinyl! Remember the old 33’s and 45’s?!? That’s exactly what Elmer Aho plays every Saturday night on American Country Gold on 103-FXD.

All the biggest traditional country hits from the 1920’s through the 1980’s is what Elmer specializes in on American Country Gold on 103-FXD. From the personal phone conversations that Elmer has with you, to the tremendous amount of requests and dedications Elmer Aho receives on Facebook, it’s all what makes American Country Gold so unique!

Here’s a real testimonial from Elmer’s Facebook page: “I enjoyed hearing James Intveld singing my favorite song “Pretty World”. Thank you so much for playing it Elmer. Mom and I hope to see you on Wed.”

Be sure to friend Elmer Aho on Facebook by clicking here

Join Elmer Aho for another edition of American Country Gold next Saturday, March 9th from 7pm to Midnight on 103-FXD.

LISTEN – 33’s and 45’s is what you’ll hear Saturday nights from 7pm to Midnight on 103-FXD Saturday March 2 2013.mp3

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