COUNTRY MUSIC NEWS

Steve had Royce Johns live in studio today

Royce Johns was our featured Iowa country artist of the week today
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Kane Brown Tops Country Nominations for the 2018 American Music Awards

Wednesday morning, Kane Brown joined pop stars Normani and Ella Mai, and Florida Georgia Line collaborator Bebe Rexha to announce the nominations for the 2018 American Music Awards.  The best part? Brown was up for three awards…
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Olivia Newton-John diagnosed with cancer for the third time

Olivia Newton-John revealed that she has been diagnosed with cancer for the third time in three decades.  The 69-year-old announced the news in an interview with Australia's Channel Seven on Sunday, saying that cancer has returned to her…
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Robert Deitch was live in-studio today

Robert Deitch was our featured Iowa country artist of the week today on KBOE! Go to KBOE's Facebook page for a live interview, music, and to get caught up on what Robert has going on.
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Dustin Lynch to Join the Grand Ole Opry

On Tuesday night (Aug. 21), during Dustin Lynch’s performance at the Grand Ole Opry, Trace Adkins walked onstage to invite Lynch to be a member of the Opry. “It is at the top of my list of achievements,”…
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Dushane Band will be in-studio today

Dushane Band will be joining Bob in-studio today! We'll get to know them and hear a few of their songs! Tune in!
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The Ben Cesare Band will be in-studio today

The Ben Cesare Band will be joining me in-studio! We'll get to know Ben and hear a few of his songs! Tune in!
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Lane Miller will be LIVE in-studio this Friday, Aug. 24th

Lane Miller Music will be our featured Iowa country artist of the week on Friday, August 24th on KBOE! Tune in for a live interview, music, and get caught up on what Lane has going on!
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Mags was LIVE in-studio today

Mags McCarthy will be joining me in-studio! She Sings, She Dances, She Fiddles and She’s Done It All In Over 40 Countries Throughout the World Raised on a family farm in County Cork, Ireland, Mags McCarthy…
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Aretha Franklin dies of pancreatic cancer at the age of 76

Aretha Franklin, whose riveting voice made her a titan of American music, died of pancreatic cancer at the age of 76 on Thursday, her niece, Sabrina Owens confirmed.  Her death follows several years of painstakingly…
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