Mid-Michigan: Newsmakers Mar. 14, 2009

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Saginaw News:

Ojibway Island is going to rock this summer, said Jim Kramer, the morning man at WKCQ-FM, 98.1. But country fans shouldn't worry, he quickly added. Travis Tritt promises to charge everyone up Saturday, June 20, when he headlines the 18th annual KCQ Country Music Fest. Again, the concert is free, with the island closed to motor traffic. In past years, the music fest has drawn nearly 100,000 fans with performers including Trisha Yearwood in 1992, Toby Keith in 1993 and John Michael Montgomery in 2003. Tritt, winner of two Grammys and three County Music Association awards, is best known for "Here's a Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)," "Best of Intentions" and "It's a Great Day to Be Alive"... Travis Tritt to headline WKCQ Country Music Fest (Fri, 3/13)

 

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