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Since late July, millions of classic country music radio listeners across America have wondered what happened to their friend, Rowdy Yates, longtime host of 'Country Gold Saturday Night.'

The hugely popular syndicated show - a staple of Saturday night radio for nearly 25 years airs on 150 radio stations around the country, including Brewer's WQCB Q 106.5. The show underwent a surprising shakeup when Rowdy was replaced by country singer Randy Owen, lead singer of Alabama. With 42 number one country singles and more than 60 million albums sold, there is no denying Randy's country pedigree - but as a radio personality, Rowdy he is not.

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