Angie Ward Podcast

Angie Ward Podcast

Angie Ward is an award winning Air Personality & Programmer in the Country Radio Industry. Angie grew up on a horse farm in Atlanta where her family owns and operates Ward Stables. She has a Marketing & Public Relations Degree from Auburn University. Angie is a Multimedia Personality, performing considerable television & video work, combined with a very strong Social Media platform. Her online brand includes all of her radio station blogs, plus a dozen key social media networks. She creates and distributes fresh & engaging content on a daily basis to a total of almost 500,000 fans & followers. Her success as a local community service leader and warmly loved public figure is what makes her most special to those listeners who know her best. Her work with Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, Susan G. Komen, St. Jude Children's Hospital, Victory Junction Camp, Make-a-Wish Foundation and countless other organizations allow her to do what she does best on & off the air...touch peoples lives & be an Ambassador for Country Music!

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April 7, 2022 9 min
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Kelly Crull is one of the sports world's best sideline reporters. She currently is a courtside reporter for the Atlanta Hawks and is an Atlanta Braves sideline reporter for Bally Sports. She shares some great tips for aspiring young women who want to follow a career in sports reporting and gives the inside scoop on the Hawks and Braves 2022 seasons
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Jan Smith is a singer/songwriter/musician and vocal coach and producer to names like Usher, Justin Bieber, Rob Thomas, Sugarland, Band Perry and more. She is the CEO of Mama J Music and a member of the Georgia Music Hall Of Fame!
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Dustin Lynch and Angie Ward chat about his new album "Blue In The Sky", his new single "Party Mode" and his upcoming tour.
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Kristen Gates of the 94.9 The Bull Morning Show and Angie share Braves baseball memories of their childhood and more.
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Chase Rice backstage at the iHeart Country Festival with Angie Ward 10-30-21
They talk World Series baseball, the story behind his new single "If I Were Rock n' Roll and that time everyone thought he was Dierks Bentley!
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Angie Ward sits down with Jason Aldean before his Back In The Saddle tour stop in Denver, CO. He talks about some of his greatest passions, Atlanta Braves baseball. Georgia Bulldog football and Wolf Moon Bourbon.
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Trevor Rosen of Old Dominion gives Angie the inside scoop on recording their new album "Time, Tequila and Therapy" out Friday October 8! Find out how the legendary diva Gladys Knight ended up on one of their songs and what they were drinking while recording "I was on a boat that day!"
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TJ Osborne of Brother Osborne chats about the "We're Not For Everyone Tour" with Travis Denning and Tennille Arts as well as why quarantine wasn't so bad for him and his brother John and Angie reveals her 2 top concerts!
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Singer-Songwriter Matt Stell talks about his new hit single "Everywhere But On" and his favorite way out there Halloween Costume as a kid!
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Tim McGraw chats with Angie about how his latest single "I Called Mama" made him cry. Plus Angie reminds him of his mullet days and College Football fun!
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As the MLB enters the final stretch of this shortened 2020 season, Angie gets to talk about one of her favorite things...Braves Baseball with Fox Sports South broadcaster and former Braves Pitcher Paul Byrd,
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David Nail talks to Angie about his upcoming show in Woodstock, GA and what it's like to tour with the "new normal"
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KANE BROWN talks about Tik-Tok, Dad moments and his upcoming Album and EP. Plus what really happened when he and Lauren Alaina went to school together!
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Thomas Rhett talks with Angie Ward about filming his video Beer Can't Fix in Key West, why he wrote Be A Light and how his young daughters are adjusting to life with the lockdown.
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Kenny Chesney tells Angie his new "We Do" video is a "Love Letter" and reveals a recent first in his career!
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Stokes Neilson, former lead singer for The Lost Trailers has survived Covid-19 and has started an international outreach to COVID-19 survivors called Plus Two Project.Com that works to get as many survivors of the virus to donate their plasma to help severely ill COVID-19 patients.
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Lindsay Ell is performing a free concert this Saturday, March 14 at the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 NASCAR race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. She caught up with us to talk about her new album, her recent trip to Germany and how she deals with keeping healthy in wake of the Coronavirus.
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During a recent visit to Atlanta Motor Speedway, I caught up with Brandon Hutchison track GM. He shared many of the incredible upgrades with this years 20 in 2020 initiative for a better fan experience at AMS and the fun schedule of four days of action!
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