New York City Lands Country Radio Station

New York City has its own country music radio station for the first time since 1996, following the launch of WRXP by Cumulus Media on Monday (Jan. 21). Branded as Nash-FM, the first hour of broadcast on 94.7 FM included current hits like Randy Houser ’s “How Country Feels” and Brad Paisley ’s “Southern Comfort Zone,” as well as classics from the 1990s, such as Garth Brooks ’ “Friends in Low Places” and Brooks & Dunn ’s “Boot Scootin’ Boogie,” according to Billboard.