Great Lineup This Weekend on 103.3 The Country Extreme

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Marquette, Michigan —  Stay close to a radio this weekend and every weekend; and keep it tuned in to 103.3 The Country Extreme. It’s going to be an extreme weekend as we’ll provide you classic country, local country, live performances and more!

The fun starts off Saturday night from 7pm to Midnight (est) as U.P. Legend Elmer Aho and American Country Gold takes over the U.P. airwaves. Elmer will take your requests and dedications all night long. It’s classic country from the 1920′s through the 1980′s with Elmer Aho and American Country Gold.

On Sunday morning at 7am we bring you the American Christian Music Review (ACMR). It’s 2 hours of Christian music to get you going on Sunday morning.

Then, we countdown the top hits of the week with Ronnie Dunn’s American Country Countdown from Noon to 4pm (est) on Sunday afternoon. 4 hours of this week’s top hits, along with your requests and dedications!

We leave our studios Sunday evening for the Local Artist Show (encore broadcast) from 6pm to 7pm (est). It’s a celebration of Local Artists of Marquette County and Upper Michigan on the Local Artist Show!

The Road wraps up your extreme weekend from 8pm to 10pm (est) Sunday evenings! Host Charlie Cook brings you live performances from artists like Blake Shelton, Tim McGraw, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, and so many more!

Your weekends are extreme only on 103.3 The Country Extreme!

-Eric Scott

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