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All Things N.E.W

American Made–A 4th of July Music Celebration

American Made–A 4th of July Music Celebration

Tickets on sale now for American Made–A 4th of July Music Celebration! Check out Cory Chisel & Company and the Oshkosh Symphony Orchestra on the 4th of July playing the music of Tom Petty & other American favorites!!  Followed by the Festival Foods Fireworks Show!   Tickets on sale at  https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4263778   Tickets can also be purchased in person at Visit Oshkosh, 100…More

Country USA 2019

Country USA 2019

Will you be joining us at Country USA this year?! Make sure to stop by the NASH Lounge to relax in the shade! Don’t forget to pick up your NASH FM button! You’ll need that to win awesome prizes from us, including meet & greets throughout the weekend! Winning with NASH FM is easy and…More

June Dairy Month

June Dairy Month

NASH Fm 99.5 Thanks Our Hard-Working Farmers And We’re Proud To Celebrate June Dairy Month! Join NASH FM every week at a different Breakfast on the Farm! June 8 – Winnebago Breakfast on the Farm At Knigge Farm In Omro From 8a To Noon. June 16 – Waupaca County Breakfast On The Farm At Fair…More

Eric Church

Eric Church

99.5 NASH FM is excited to welcome Eric Church to the Resch Center in Green Bay! Tickets are on sale now but Dayton Kane has your chance to win tickets all week long starting April 29! Tune in to NASH FM all next week and listen for your chance to win! Eric Church: Double Down Tour…More

Nash Country Daily

Alan Jackson Celebrates 30th Anniversary of First Record Deal

Alan Jackson Celebrates 30th Anniversary of First Record Deal

After moving to Nashville in 1985, Alan Jackson singed his first major-label record deal with Arista Nashville on June 26, 1989—30 years ago today. Eight months later, Alan released his debut album, Here in the Real World, which spawned hits such as the title track, “Wanted” and “Chasin’ That Neon Rainbow.” The rest, as they…More

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