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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.

Location:

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

Jan Howard And 'My Son'; Will Football Happen?

4/3/2020
College football's chance of being played in Fall 2020 is currently being evaluated by conferences and the NCAA. Jan Howard died March 28 at age 91. The Grand Ole Opry regular recorded "My Son" in 1968 as a tribute to her son serving in the Vietnam War. And we rewind to Monday for an encore of some of our conversation with 1-800Accountant CEO Mike Savage.

Duration:01:39:52

Mike Leach On SEC Mascots; 'Sean Of The South'

4/2/2020
"Sean of the South" has released his eleventh book, "Will The Circle Be Unbroken?" Jon Rawl chats with the Florida-based writer, columnist, podcaster and barbecue judge. Mike Leach, head coach of the Mississippi State Bulldogs, weighs in on SEC mascots and the Netflix series "Tiger King." Also, helpful quarantine suggestions from Yall.com.

Duration:01:39:52

Top ACC Teams; Old Money; Country Music News

4/1/2020
Before the 20th Century arrived cash money featured beautiful artwork from around the region. ACC insider Jonathan Leifheit shares the latest eligibility plan from the NCAA. We also have a discussion of the greatest football team for each member institution. Also, Preshias Harris shares thoughts on the passing of Joe Diffie and Jan Howard; and the coronavirus-forced cancellation of 2020 CMA Fest.

Duration:01:39:52

Barbecue Sauce Talk; Dr. Dean Hart; Politics Info

3/31/2020
Microbiologist Dr. Dean Hart weighs in on the spreading COVID-19, especially in his native New York. Polls indicate President Trump is topping Joe Biden in the state of Florida, but trails nationwide. Wimbledon 2020 is cancelled. And we rewind for a "Barbecue Barrister" tutorial on great barbecue sauces in the South.

Duration:01:39:52

Covid Crime; Joe Diffie Dead at 61; 1-800Accountant

3/30/2020
Country music star Joe Diffie dies of the coronavirus at age 61. 1970s LSU and Denver Broncos wide receiver Orlando McDaniel also succumbs to the virus. 1-800Accountant CEO Mike Savage discusses the new $2 trillion stimulus package and the revised tax filing day for 2019. Plus, the Toccopola Storyteller cautions us about the rising crime spree fueled by COVID-19 tension and boredom.

Duration:01:39:52

Willie Nelson 'First Rose Of Spring'; Pecan Tree Info

3/27/2020
Budbreak in pecan trees is described as being under the interaction of chilling and heat accumulation; and this time of year is when that can happen. Willie Nelson's 70th solo studio album arrives this summer – and the title track ("First Rose Of Spring") is played. Also, we rewind to Wednesday for a portion of the interview with pro-Trump super PAC spokesman Kelly Sadler.

Duration:01:39:52

Crimson Tide Plan; Victor Wainwright; John O'Connor

3/26/2020
John O'Connor, legal analyst and the author of "Postgate," discusses his book about "Deep Throat" Mark Felt's role in the 1970s Watergate scandal. Grammy nominee Victor Wainwright, a Memphis-based blues and boogie-woogie entertainer, previews his forthcoming CD, "Memphis Loud." Also, Nick Saban opens up about what his Alabama Crimson Tide football team is doing amidst the pandemic; we also talk NBA-bound departures for Alabama's men's basketball team.

Duration:01:39:52

The South's First Revolutionary War Battle; Kelly Sadler

3/25/2020
Kelly Riddell Sadler, a former White House advisor for President Trump that now works for the pro-Trump super PAC America First Action, visits with Jon Rawl. The native Yankee shares her family's challenge fighting the coronavirus in New York. Sadler also discusses the 2020 campaign awaiting Republicans. We learn about Kemp's Landing in Virginia, the first Revolutionary War battle in the South. Also, Preshias Harris discusses the weekend passing of country music icon Kenny Rogers.

Duration:01:39:52

Dr. Hotze's ABCDZ Plan; Quail Yeah!; Senate Battles

3/24/2020
Quail is a game bird available in grocery stores across Dixie. "Barbecue Barrister" Matt Heermans explains how the dark meat can be a part of delicious cuisine. Dr. Steven F. Hotze, M.D., calls in to calm an anxious region on edge with the coronavirus. The Houston doctor shares how vitamins can strengthen the body's immune system and hopefully thwart the virus' impact. Plus, Jon Rawl walks through the forthcoming races for U.S. Senate in 13 Southern states.

Duration:01:39:52

Food Stamps; 'The Gambler' Dead at 81; The South?

3/23/2020
Kenny Rogers dies in Sandy Springs, Ga., at the age of 81. Jon Rawl and "The Toccopola Storyteller" Jerry Short salute the country music icon. Short also discusses the growing abuse by some food stamp recipients across the South – emptying grocery shelves at a time Southerners are looking for bread, eggs, milk, more. Also, BusinessInsider.com pens a noteworthy article: "Why No One Can Agree Where The South Really Is."

Duration:01:39:52

Jimmie Rodgers' 'T.B. Blues'; NFL Free Agency

3/20/2020
COVID-19 dominates the headlines, but in the 1930s the fear of tuberculosis was real. Mississippi native Jimmie Rodgers was the "Father of Country Music," and his 1931 recording of "T.B. Blues" was an ominous precursor to his own death. Also, Georgia Bulldogs alum Todd Gurley was cut by the Los Angeles Rams as NFL free agency heats up.

Duration:01:39:52

SEC Commissioner Sankey; NYT Best-Sellers

3/19/2020
With the spring sports schedule halted SEC commissioner Greg Sankey took time to answer questions from the media. Black bears in Virginia are set to end hibernation. To get past the virus boredom we share the hottest selling books. And Hour 2 is an encore of the Monday (March 16) conversation with Southern storyteller Jerry Short.

Duration:01:39:52

Florida Votes; Nashville Music Line; ACC Talk

3/18/2020
Nashville grinds to a halt. Music Row insider Preshias Harris reports on the affect COVID-19 is having on country music's capital. Joe Biden emerges as a clear Democratic presidential frontrunner after thumping Bernie Sanders in the Florida party primary. Also, ACC beat writer Jonathan Leifheit shares thoughts on the conference's decision to pull the plug on athletic competition for 2019-20.

Duration:01:39:52

St. Paddy's Day; March Planting; Cooking Tips

3/17/2020
Despite more than 130 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Florida it appears the state will hold its Democratic primary. The virus has cancelled the festive St. Patrick's Day events in Savannah, Ga., and beyond. "Barbecue Barrister" Matt Heermans shares tips for cooking during the world health crisis, including Spinalis Roast. Also, Yall.com offers tips for planting in the month of March and April.

Duration:01:39:52

COVID-19 Spreads; Quarantine Memories; NFL News

3/16/2020
National emergency is declared over coronavirus Friday by President Trump; as personal habits and the Southern economy are hit hard. "Toccopola Storyteller" Jerry Short shares the challenge of returning his wife home from the Philippines. He also recalls enduring a four-month quarantine as a teenager. Plus, the Tennessee Titans re-sign quarterback Ryan Tannehill.

Duration:01:39:52

Biden Dominates; Nashville Music Line; ACC News

3/11/2020
Mississippi and Missouri vote overwhelmingly for Joe Biden in the Super Tuesday II Democratic primary. Jonathan Leifheit reports on this week's ACC Men's Basketball Tournament in Greensboro, N.C. As Nashville continues to pick up the pieces from the March 3rd tornado, Preshias Harris has the entertainment notes from Music Row. Also, discover what a candle salad is.

Duration:01:39:52

Coronavirus Update; Mississippi Votes; The Barrister

3/10/2020
More than 600 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the U.S. Jon Rawl shares the latest news and helpful tips as the world is on edge. Voters in Mississippi and Missouri vote in today's Democratic Primary. Hummingbird season arrives in the region this month. Also, college baseball happenings and a jalapeno recipe from "Barrister" Matt Heermans.

Duration:01:39:52

400th Episode; Rick Revel; FSU Cuts ACC Net

3/9/2020
Edutainment singer-songwriter Rick Revel discusses his unique blend of American history and entertainment. Revel has also authored the historical fiction book, "In The Hills Of Tennessee." Southern storyteller Jerry Short appears on this 400th episode of the "Y'all Show," where we reminisce about the program's June 2018 premiere. Also, Leonard Hamilton and Florida State men's basketball team capture the program's first ACC regular season title.

Duration:01:39:50

Anniversary Of The Alamo; OVC Title Game

3/6/2020
On this date in 1836 the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas, fell to forces of the Mexican Republic. Johnny Cash's 1963 recording of "Remember The Alamo" honors the sacrifice of Texian heroes William Travis, James Bowie, Davy Crockett, and more. And the athletic conferences of the South prepare to host college basketball conference tournaments, beginning with Saturday's Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) championship game.

Duration:01:39:50

Gen. Robert S. Spalding III; Weeki Wachee; SEC News

3/5/2020
Putnam County in Tennessee has a death toll climb to 18 following Tuesday's tornado outbreak. Brig. Gen. Robert S. Spalding III (USAF, Ret.) discusses his new book "Stealth War: How China Took Over While America's Elite Slept." The annual Weeki Wachee Swamp Fest is this weekend near Brooksville, Fla. Plus, South Carolina stays within its state border to enter the SEC Women's Basketball Tournament as the No. 1 seed.

Duration:01:39:50