The Bobby Bones Show marks two year country radio anniversary with second annual Joy Week celebration

The Bobby Bones Show will mark its two-year anniversary on Country radio with its second annual Joy Week celebration. From March 2nd through 6th, the leading country morning radio show will once again encourage listeners to choose joy, spread happiness, and do good things for others with the biggest week of live studio performances by country music stars.

Kicking off with Luke Bryan and closing with Garth Brooks, the program will also welcome Keith Urban, Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker, Dierks Bentley, Jake Owen, Eli Young Band, Sam Hunt, Eric Paslay, Dan + Shay, Randy Houser, Lee Ann Womack, Old Dominion, The Swon Brothers, Jerrod Niemann, Kelsea Ballerini and Cam, who will stop by the show to sing their favorite songs and help spread the message of joy to fans.

“We just want people to be nicer to each other. It’s that simple.”

Bones stated, “We just want people to be nicer to each other. It’s that simple.”

Garth Brooks, who recently stopped by the show and announced he’d be back to support Joy Week, shared on air, “You can’t spread enough joy, so good for you for doing that. We need good news. We need to believe in ourselves.”

Listeners will be encouraged to share their Joy Week efforts via Twitter and Instagram using #PIMPINJOY. Limited edition Pimpin Joy T-shirts will also be made available for purchase for one hour on March 2nd at 10 a.m. CT with all proceeds to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Author: Buddy Iahn

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