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Andy Austin

After circling Northern New England for the better part of my radio career, I’m pumped to be part of the team at WOKQ. It’s a homecoming of sorts, as OKQ has always been in my life. It’s the first station I remember listening to. Cutting wood with my dad, OKQ was on in the neighbor’s shop, and etc. Raised on the best Alabama, Ronnie Milsap, Larry Gatlin, Randy Travis, George Strait…all of it. Plus, wanting to be in broadcasting since I can remember, it’s no doubt this station was a big influence. When I’m not part of the end of your workday, I’m keeping track of what’s going on in the world of racing. Local, NASCAR, Indy, dirt, and etc. Also, I’m (what I want to call) an avid road biker. The seacoast has a ton of great riding, and I’m looking forward to getting back on these roads. That’s enough for here. Let’s connect! https://www.instagram.com/andyaustingram/ https://twitter.com/andyaustinmaine https://www.facebook.com/andy.austin1 https://www.strava.com/athletes/432495
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Throwback Thursday: Bob Dylan Played Augusta This Week In 1978

 

For this week's Throwback Thursday, we have Bob Dylan. Before Dylan and The Dead, before Time Out Of Mind launched his career into a new phase, and before he won a Nobel Prize, he was rolling through mid-life on the road. Sep...

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Andy Goes 0 for 16 in Week 1 of Pick ‘Em

This year, we're giving you the chance at $10,000 with Pro Football Pick 'Em. Think it's too late to join in? Afraid you'll be stuck in the basement for the remainder of the season? Well, let's just say you're going to have a hard time staying in the back, as long as I'm around. You see, in week 1, I didn't pick a single game correctly.

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TBT: Black Sabbath Played Maine This Week In 1978

After 35 years, Black Sabbath have played their final show. Present day, Ozzy's sporadically touring, and rumored to be releasing a new album in the next year. However, this week in 1978, the band roared through the Cumberland County Civic Center to a crowd at 80% capacity.

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