Roothog Radio broadcast only real country music. What is “real” country music? It is the twangy, whiny, sounds of a steel guitar and fiddle. But unlike most radio stations that play songs that sing about twang and steel guitars, we play songs that have twangy sound with steel and fiddles. The other element of a great country song is the story it tells. Without songwriters telling us a great story you have nothing. Occasionally we will stray from the Honky Tonks and will mix in something different. Maybe a 60’s protest song from Neil Young, a island tune form Jimmy Buffett, classic Nashville country from Conway Twitty or 50’s Rockabilly straight from Sun Records.