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The YALL SHOW is a syndicated radio show and podcast covering the people and culture of the 16 Southern states. Hosted by Yall.com publisher Jon Rawl, the show covers news, sports, opinion, food, business, music, movies, storytelling, and more.

The YALL SHOW is a syndicated radio show and podcast covering the people and culture of the 16 Southern states. Hosted by Yall.com publisher Jon Rawl, the show covers news, sports, opinion, food, business, music, movies, storytelling, and more.

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United States

Description:

The YALL SHOW is a syndicated radio show and podcast covering the people and culture of the 16 Southern states. Hosted by Yall.com publisher Jon Rawl, the show covers news, sports, opinion, food, business, music, movies, storytelling, and more.

Twitter:

@yallshow

Language:

English

Contact:

731-215-0838


Episodes

ACC Commish Talks Plans; Tim And Faith's Daughter

5/19/2020
Atlantic Coast Conference commissioner John Swofford answered the many questions facing the conference during a media avail this week. Tim McGraw and Faith Hill's daughter, Maggie, is helping lead a COVID-19 benefit being broadcast on CMT. Music Row insider Preshias Harris has the details from Music Row. Also, what exactly is a gardenia?

Duration:01:39:52

Trump-Biden Polling Data; Spatchcock Chicken

5/18/2020
Memorial Day grilling is an American tradition, and "Barbecue Barrister" Matt Heermans gets us ready for the big holiday with tips for the grill and what his meat choice will be: Spatchcock chicken. The Southern Political Report includes new polling numbers showing a tight race between Donald Trump and Joe Biden in Florida, Georgia and North Carolina. Plus, the Furman Paladins baseball program falls victim to coronavirus cutbacks.

Duration:01:39:52

Harvick Dominates Darlington; Southern Humor

5/17/2020
Kevin Harvick wins his 50th NASCAR race at Sunday's 2020 reboot at Darlington Raceway in South Carolina. Jon Rawl shares a few jokes to get things kicked off with a smile. Two Southern legends died over the weekend: Phyliss George and Fred Willard. Also, Jerry Short talks about Elvis Presley and some of his favorite shoes.

Duration:01:39:52

Sheryl Crow 'All I Wanna Do'; Darlington Raceway

5/14/2020
Missouri Bootheel native Sheryl Crow stormed on the Rock and Roll scene in the 1990s. We hear the first No. 1 song for the Mizzou alumnae and former music teacher. NASCAR revs up again Sunday afternoon at Darlington Raceway in South Carolina. Plus, a "ICMYI: In Case Y'all Missed It" snippet from World War II author Dean Reuter and his book, "The Hidden Nazi."

Duration:01:39:52

Alabama Mountain Lakes; Big Bob Gibson Bar-B-Q

5/13/2020
Alabama Mountain Lakes – from Florence to Scottsboro, Huntsville to Cullman – is our third "Spring Swing" virtual tour stop. We hear from North Alabama personalities Chris Lilly, of Big Bob Gibson Bar-B-Q; Brenda Cantrell, of Unclaimed Baggage Center; Judy Hood, of GunRunner Boutique Hotel; and Melea Hames, of VisitNorthAlabama.com. Plus, host Jon Rawl shares the latest headlines from across the South.

Duration:01:39:52

Clemson Football's $85,000 Day; Mama Maren Morris

5/12/2020
Clemson spent $85,000, mostly on food, for a football recruiting weekend. ACC insider Jonathan Leifheit weighs in on the high cost of today's major college athletics. Maren Morris has a new baby boy, a new song at radio, and hopes to tour to summer. Music Row insider Preshias Harris reports on the talented Texan and other happenings in Nashville. Also, what states in the South have an official Confederate Memorial Day?

Duration:01:39:52

Collins Surges In Georgia; Barometer Barbecue

5/11/2020
Georgians go to the polls for a primary on June 9, but the hotly contested Doug Collins-Kelly Loeffler-Raphael Warnock special election won't be held until November 3. The Barbecue Barrister returns for an intellectual conversation concerning high humidity and cooking a pig. Matt Heermans also discussed his Mother's Day weekend cooking agenda. Also, Major League Baseball inches closer to a July first pitch.

Duration:01:39:52

Reopening Report; Dean Reuter On 'The Hidden Nazi'

5/10/2020
States across the South are unrigging the grip on whether businesses have to remain shuttered during the coronavirus pandemic. Northern Virginia-based attorney and author Dean Reuter discusses his new World War II-themed book, "The Hidden Nazi." And the Toccopola Storyteller returns to memorialize Rock and Roll legend Little Richard; and to salute the last '50s music icon still alive: Jerry Lee Lewis.

Duration:01:39:52

Conway Twitty's 'Happy Birthday Darlin''; 10th BDay

5/7/2020
Nolton turns 10 today and we help the young Southern humorist celebrate his big day; and it's his final day of 4th grade, to boot. Conway Twitty's 1979 smash "Happy Birthday Darlin'" is a nice tune to help get the youngster's weekend started right. The NFL releases the 2020 schedule, which assumes there will be a 2020 schedule. Also, we rewind to Monday for a brief ICYMI snippet of our conversation with Georgia actress Jena Sims.

Duration:01:39:52

Auburn-Opelika Hosts Spring Swing; SEC Report

5/6/2020
Auburn-Opelika Tourism hosts the second stop of the virtual Yall.com Spring Swing 2020 Tour. We hear from popular restaurants The Hound and The Depot, get an inside glimpse of The Hotel At Auburn University, and we learn more about these communities in East Alabama from tourism official Anthony Terling. Plus, recruiting news about the hometown Auburn Tigers on this week's SEC Report.

Duration:01:39:52

UNC Football News; Willie And Waylon; Derecho

5/5/2020
87-year-old Willie Nelson has a lot things going on despite a worldwide pandemic. Preshias Harris shares all of the country music notes from Nashville. Don Shula died this week at 90; Miami Dolphins Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino has released a statement on his longtime football coach and friend. ACC insider Jonathan Leifheit reports on the largest financial gift ever to the North Carolina Tar Heels football program. And an unusual derecho storm passed through Middle Tennessee on Sunday.

Duration:01:39:52

Pampered Pets; 'ConservaRican' Julio Rivera; Shrimp

5/4/2020
Pets can use a little TLC during the pandemic and Yall.com has great advice for the owners of four-legged creatures. ReactionaryTimes.com editorial director Julio Rivera shares his #ConservaRican philosophy in this week's Southern Political Report. Also, the "Barbecue Barrister" breaks down the potential problem with meat shortages, and the glory of delicious fried popcorn shrimp.

Duration:01:39:52

Arkansas Derby Winners; Jena Sims; Toccopola Time

5/3/2020
"Sharknado" and "Attack Of The 50 Foot Cheerleader" actress Jena Sims checks in from Jupiter, Fla. The Georgia native has been busy appearing in films and TV shows the last decade; and has made headlines recently for butchering boyfriend Brooks Koepka's hair while trapped together during the coronavirus. The "Toccopola Storyteller" recalls the dozens of jobs he's worked since the 1960s. Plus, the Arkansas Derby was held Saturday at Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs, Ark.

Duration:01:39:52

May Day; Florence Reese's 'Which Side Are You On?'

4/30/2020
Workers rights advocate Florence Reese (1900–1986), of Sharps Chapel, Tenn., wrote a song ("Which Side Are You On?") that is recognized as one of the top May Day songs. East Tennessee State Buccaneers coach Steve Forbes is picked to be the head basketball skipper at Wake Forest. Also, what three Southern victuals would you want to have during quarantine?

Duration:01:39:52

12 Quarantine Books; The Hotel At Auburn University

4/29/2020
Kirkus Reviews has served up "12 Books That Will Help You Get Through Quarantine." We have a precursory glimpse of a forthcoming "Spring Swing" visit to East Alabama, as The Hotel At Auburn University is spotlighted. And we rewind to Hour 2 of the April 16 episode for the second hour of today's show.

Duration:01:39:52

McConaughey Thoughts; ACC News; Statler Brothers

4/28/2020
The Statler Brothers' bass singer Harold Reid dies at 80 in his native Staunton, Va. Preshias Harris shares memories of the group that sang "Flowers On The Wall," "Hello Mary Lou," and many more. Jonathan Leifheit has the scoop on possible coaching candidates for Wake Forest men's basketball after Danny Manning is fired over the weekend. Yall.com has helpful stories posted. Also, Austin resident Matthew McConaughey actually makes a lot of coronavirus sense during a new interview with...

Duration:01:39:52

Holocaust Survivor Dies; 'Serial Griller'; Gracie Dix

4/27/2020
Matt Moore has penned his fourth book, "Serial Griller." The Atlanta native shares his story with Jon Rawl and "Barbecue Barrister" Matt Heermans. Texas teen and 11th Grade author Gracie Dix drops by on National Superhero Day 2020 to promote her latest book, "Welcome To Superhero School." Also, longtime New Orleans attorney and Holocaust survivor Rene Lehmann dies at 94.

Duration:01:39:52

Steve Harvey On COVID-19 Reopen; NFL Draft Recap

4/26/2020
The Cowboys, Buccaneers and Panthers are among the NFL teams rated highest with their selections in the 2020 NFL Draft. Georgia opened some businesses back up Friday and TV personality Steve Harvey's not a big fan of Gov. Brian Kemp's decision. Also, Jerry Short drops by for a "Toccopola Storyteller" report on wearing hats and dealing with coronavirus hair.

Duration:01:39:52

Big & Rich Say 'Stay Home'; College Basketball News

4/23/2020
Big & Rich release a public service announcement to help during the coronavirus relief effort, "Stay Home." Josh Pastner and the Georgia Tech men's basketball program are beefing up the roster in Atlanta with transfer players. Also, does the South have the elusive chupacabra creature roaming around?

Duration:01:39:52

Spring Swing In Crystal River, Fla.; SEC News

4/22/2020
Yall.com's “Spring Swing 2020” tour goes virtual and Crystal River, Fla., is the first stop. Discover Crystal River director John Pricher, Plantation on Crystal River general manager Michael Mancke, and Hunter Springs Kayaks owner Dave Perry all discuss the natural beauty, Southern hospitality and sheer variety emanating from the “Manatee Capital of the World.” Plus, Jon Rawl has SEC news and notes on Day 1 of the 2020 NFL Draft.

Duration:01:39:52