The history of Today’s Cross Country
In 1992, I was working at a small AM station in Kansas City, MO. I started a countdown show that played once a week. It became one of the most popular shows on the station. A radio friend of mine suggested syndicating my radio show.
At the time, every one was doing a count down show. So I decided to have a radio show that would bridge the gap between the listener and the artist. A show that would give the listener information about their favorite artist without it being a count down show. I came up with the name, “Cross Country”. The show was very popular and it has won numerous awards.
In 2009, the name of the show was changed to, “Today’s Cross Country”. Today, over 45 stations carry the show boasting over one million listeners weekly.