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Interview with Linda Cassady

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Country artist LINDA CASSADY joins me on the show to talk about her music career and to share some of her songs. Originally from Illinois, now living in Nashville, Tennessee, Linda gained airplay and attention for her self-penned 1970's Country hit song CB Widow. The album that song appeared on went top 10 in England. She was then invited to do a 14 day tour there. Songwriting is a passion of hers - she writes songs for herself and has had others record her songs. Barbara Fairchild recorded What Do You Do (To Make My Daddy Love You) and Peggy Sue recorded Proud To be A Housewife. Linda was a member of the Wheeling West Virginia WWVA for a number of years. She grew up listening to Country legends Hank Williams and Hank Snow. Her Dad, a coal miner in Illinois, bought her a small Martin Guitar when she was 13 that she still has. Tune in to hear Linda share stories & songs from her music career.