In a effort to keep you well entertained on Sundays, US105 has some new what we call specialty shows starting this weekend. We wanted to give you more variety on Sunday, so we are bringing three new shows to the airwaves. Let me introduce you to 'em.

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First up is Twenty Five Years of Hits Sunday mornings from 8-10a. Host Mike Allen takes you through two hours of all #1 singles from the current week stretching back 25 years. What was #1 this week eight years ago, 12 years ago, 15, 20, 25 years ago? Tune in to find out. Plus hear fun interviews, great trivia, and flashbacks. 25 YEARS OF HITS is like no other show on the radio.



Next up is Thunder Road, Sunday morning from 10-12p. Thunder Road is hosted by Steve Mitchell and combines NASCAR racing with hit Country music. Love NASCAR and love Country music? This is the show for you. Some of the top drivers and Crew Chiefs in NASCAR share the microphone with the hottest performers around.

Plus, this show is delivered in a timely fashion in order to include current racing news, results, standings, and more.



Knox Country 360 is our third and final new show, and will air Sunday evening from 7-9p.

Michael Knox is a multi-platinum, hit-making music producer for Jason Aldean and hosts the show with Shalacy. Knox Country 360 features Country music's hottest songs, with Michael and Shalacy talking with the artists and songwriters that make it happen.

Knox Country 360 is the perfect show to wind down a weekend with.

Listen live on your radio Sundays, or take the shows with you with the free US 105 mobile app. We'd love to know what you think of these new additions to our Sunday line-up. Just tap the app to chat with us 24/7 and let us know if you enjoy the shows.

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