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WDKK Radio exclusive interviews with the artist who made American music great. In addition, we offer programming for motivation, inspiration and transformation. Host D.A. Williams and Co-host Wardell Potts Jr. both have long careers in the music and broadcast industries. Tune in Friday evenings for "The Legacy Continues". For additional content, visit http://www.wdkkradio.com

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