Clay Travis and Buck Sexton told their audience Thursday that the rights to Rush’s iconic bumper music “My City was Gone” are set to expire.
"What’s more important; convincing people to join their side or entertaining?"
It will highlight the power of radio and how Republican politicians embraced the larger-than-life figures hoping to capitalize on their popularity and large audience
Limbaugh discussed Rush's legacy as the most polarizing radio talk show ever.
Thursday marks the one-year anniversary of the passing of Limbaugh, who died following a brief battle with advanced-stage lung cancer.
The network said Ms. Limbaugh will address her late husband’s dynamic career, their marriage, his cancer diagnosis, and his final days.
"Progressive radio has deep roots. It has been around a long time, but nobody had really done it nationally like [Rush] Limbaugh had."
"Nobody can fill Rush’s shoes, but Clay took one shoe, and I took the other.”
Golden's new book called “Rush on the Radio” will share stories on how Limbaugh grew his show into the highest-rated radio program of all time.
"I learned almost everything I know about radio from Rush. I think they broke the mold when they made him. If I could get close, I...