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Songs For The Birds On Today’s Classic Double

Now and then, we select an unusual category of country songs for our “Country Classic Double” at 11:30 a.m. Today, it’s songs for the birds. We’ll begin with Anne Murray’s first big hit and signature song in 1970, “Snowbird” which also did quite well on pop charts. We’ll follow it up with another bird song, Ferlin Husky’s “Wings Of A Dove” from 1960.

Here’s a vintage video of Anne Murray signing “Snowbird” on a TV show in 1973:

Enter Anne Murray as the first artist of today’s “Country Classic Double” in our Rewards Club for a chance to win tickets to Utica-Rome Speedway.

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