WOW 104.3 ‘Spring Fling’
WOW 104.3 wants to say, "Thank you, Treasure Valley" with a FREE show just for you!
WOW 104.3 and Rural Haze presents the "WOW 104.3 SPRING FLING" Listener Appreciation Show Saturday, April 8th at The Knitting Factory - Boise.
It's an opportunity for us to say "Thank you, Treasure Valley" for making us the number one station in the valley for new country! "Thank you" for helping us be a finalist for the ACM Medium Market Station of the Year. "Thank you" for listening each and every day.
We want to throw a party for YOU with performances from some amazing country artists. You can't buy tickets to this show, though. You can only win them with WOW 104.3. Listen all day long today (3/8) for your chance to win tickets EVERY hour (7a-7p), plus when you win tickets to the show, you're in to win a trip to the ACM Awards in Las Vegas!
Check out the lineup for the WOW SPRING FLING:
- 1Trent Harmon is the reigning American Idol. The Season XV victor originally hails from East Mississippi and immersed himself in music from an early age. From singing “Amazing Grace” with his family to starring in various musicals in college, Trent credits life on his family’s farm as a major influence on his music career. His debut single “There’s A Girl” can be heard on WOW 104.3.
There’s a sound that hasn’t been heard on country radio in quite some time – the sound of organic, three-part
female harmonies, ringing strings and stories that speak the language of modern women everywhere. It’s a
sound that was the backbone of a little group known as The Dixie Chicks, and now it’s making a comeback
through a vocal trio called Runaway June.
Rootsy, brightly colored and mixing bluegrass
tradition with dusty desert cool, Runaway June
is comprised of three very different women
(Hannah Mulholland, Naomi Cooke, and Jennifer Wayne) who fuse their own influences to create a style
country fans have been craving. Their debut single, "Lipstick" can be heard on WOW 104.3.
Michael Tyler is a self-taught singer-songwriter/musician since the age of eight. When he looked at his odometer after he arrived in Nashville from his hometown in Thayer, Mo., he noticed a number in his dash that’s resonated with him since his arrival: 317. It’s no coincidence that the 23-year-old’s debut album will be titled 317, available from Reviver Records March 17. Performing rights organization SESAC awarded Song of the Year to MT for co-writing the multi-week No. 1 platinum-selling Dierks Bentley smash "Somewhere On A Beach. His latest single “They Can’t See” can be heard on WOW 104.3.
Seth Ennis is as worldly as the most seasoned traveler — and it shows in his eclectic brand of country music, a sound inspired by his hero Vince Gill, the pop-punk bands he followed each year on the Vans Warped Tour and smooth R&B stars like Usher. Seth spent his formative years on a military base in Japan, cut his teeth as a touring musician while living in Raleigh and commuting to Nashville, and has now put down roots in Music City, where through perseverance and a dedication to his craft he landed a record deal with Sony Music Nashville. His debut single, "Woke Up in Nashville" (about his journey to Music City) can be heard on WOW 104.3.