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Happy 85th birthday to country star Charley Pride Monday. Your friends at Classic Country The Legend 1050 plans to feature all of his greatest hits with Cheryl in the morning and Nancy Kay in the afte...Read More
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Check out the original Country Gold show tonight and every Saturday night with Rowdy Yates. The show will air from 7:00pm to 12 midnight on KVPI 1050 The Legend. He will be live on the air taking y...Read More
Be sure to listen to our exclusive live remote broadcast every Saturday morning from world famous Fred's Lounge in Mamou from 9:05-11:00am on KVPI 1050 AM and on kvpionline.com with announcer A...Read More
The Ville Platte City Council met Tuesday evening. Todd Abshire with the Louisiana Rural Water Association addressed the council with information about water utility rates. He has been conducting a ra...Read More
Louisiana First Lady Donna Edwards was the guest speaker at today’s (Tuesday) meeting of the Ville Platte Rotary Club. Rotarian Susan Saunders who was in charge of the program introduced her to...Read More
On Thursday March 14, 2019 Pine Prairie Police received a report of a break-in and theft from Second Chance Flea Market on Rail Road Street according to Pine Prairie Police Chief L.C. Deshotel. Throug...Read More
Academy of Country MusicThe party leading up to the 54th Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas is getting bigger.
Lady AntebellumsHillary Scott,Old Dominion,Cole Swindell,Midland,LOCASH,Deana Carter, Lindsay Ell, andTenille Townesare joining the lineup for the 7th ACM Party for a Cause. The weekends worth of events kicks off Friday, April 5 withACM Stories, Songs Stars, and ...
Hilary Bronwyn Gayle, courtesy of A24(NEW YORK) -- Emmy-winner John Turturro and Oscar-winner Julianne Moore can be seen in theaters this weekend in Gloria Bell, a romantic dramedy remake of the 2013 Spanish-language film, Gloria.
Moore plays the films title role, a free-spirited divorce who sheds her buttoned-up at-work persona once she hits the dance floor at night. Its during one of the...
Football has arrived in Evangeline Parish. KVPI Sports presents another year of High School Football on 92.5 KVPI and on classichits925.com. First up, the Evangeline Parish High School Football Jambor...Read More
KVPI Sports plans to carry all of the games with our Ville Platte 6 year old all stars planning to compete this weekend in the Dixie Youth T Ball World Series in Center, Texas. The games begin Saturda...Read More
Here is a final update on our Ville Platte girls competing in the USSSA World Series in Alabama.The Ville Platte 8 U girls all stars lost to Mill Creek Georgia in Game One of Bracket Play and our g...Read More
On This Day in Music History: Monday, February 4th
1989, Old 8 x 10 the third album by Randy Travis was at #1 on the US Country chart. The album produced the singles "Honky Tonk Moon", "Deeper Than the Holler", "Is It Still Over", and "Promises". All of these except "Promises" reached #1 on the Hot Country Songs charts.
On This Day in Music History: Tuesday, February 5th
1941, Born on this day in Oklahoma, was Henson Cargill country music singer best known for the 1968 #1 hit, "Skip a Rope". He died on March 24, 2007.
On This Day in Music History: Wednesday, February 6th
1962, Born on this day in Lubbock, Texas, was Richie McDonald country music singer, songwriter who from 1992 until his departure in 2007, was the lead singer of Lonestar. McDonald co-wrote several of the band's singles, and sang lead on all but one of them. Lonestar scored the 1996 US Country #1 hit “No News.”
On This Day in Music History: Thursday, February 7th
1971, Dolly Parton was at #1 on the Country chart with "Joshua" her first single to reach #1 on the US country charts. Parton received her first Grammy nomination in the Best Country Female Vocal category for the song, (losing to Lynn Anderson).
On This Day in Music History: Friday, February 8th
1990, Travis Tritt released "Help Me Hold On", the second single from his 1990 debut album Country Club. It reached #1 in both the United States and Canada, thus becoming Travis Tritt's first #1 hit.