Whiskey and Cigarettes Country Radio Show is happy to announce the airing of their exclusive interview with Marlon Hargis, keyboard player for Billboard chart-topping band, Exile. Mr. Hargis joined award-winning host, DJ Nik Bernitz Pizzigoni to talk about the band’s latest tour and their biography, 50 Years of Exile: The Story of a Band in Transition.
The interview with Marlon Hargis will air this coming Sunday, January 24th, 2016 between 11am ET-3pm ET. The live show airs on Military Brotherhood Radio at http://www.militarybrotherhoodradio.com. Whiskey And Cigarettes is also re-broadcast on 50 syndicating stations, worldwide, multiple times throughout the week. The interview will also appear on the January edition of the “Whiskey and Conversations” talk show, broadcasting in February on iheartradio and other outlets.
Among rock listeners, Exile is remembered as the one-hit wonder responsible for 1978’s number one smash “Kiss You All Over.” However, in the early ’80s, the Kentucky-bred band reinvented itself as a country outfit — and a hugely successful one at that. Over the next few years, Exile tore off an astounding streak of chart-topping country hits. 1984 brought “Woke Up in Love,” “I Don’t Wanna Be a Memory,” and “Give Me One More Chance”; 1985 duplicated that success with “Crazy for Your Love,” “Hang on to Your Heart,” and “She’s a Miracle.” For more information, visit www.exile.biz.
Whiskey And Cigarettes Radio Show is a weekly show, originating in Milan, Italy, hosted by the “Romeo of the Rodeo” Nik Pizzigoni. Nik is a Nashville Universe Awards Winner, International Music and Entertainment Association Award Winner, a New Music Awards Winner, AMG Heritage Awards nominee, Artists In Music Awards nominee, and an Independent Country Music Association nominee. The show features a unique blend of classic, current and indie country, trivia, contests, artist spotlights and interviews and Nik’s European charm. Previous guests have included Hank Williams, Jr., Charlie Daniels, Steve Wariner, John Rich, Oak Ridge Boys, Bill Anderson, David Ball, Bryan White, Doug Stone, Lee Greenwood, Collin Raye and many others.