All Access, The Original, Three Tailgaters shows move to 106.1 FM NASH ICON

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Your radio and streaming listening habits can now be adjusted starting Tuesday.

All sports talk radio shows previously airing on WGSO are moving to 106.1 FM NASH ICON and on the worldwide web at www.nashfm1061.com.

Beginning in September, All Access Sports Talk with Jude Young and Ken Trahan will air from 7-8 p.m. weeknights on 106.1 FM.

The 25th year of Ken Trahan’s Original Louisiana Prep Football Report debuts Friday night at 6 p.m. with the best coverage of prep football in Louisiana. The show will again run until 11 p.m. weekly during the prep football season and will be followed by the airing of Friday Night Football from NOLA 38 and WGNO at 11 p.m.

The show will once again feature live reports from up to 40 of the top games in Louisiana, regular scoreboard updates in partnership with Crescent City Sports Enterprises on every score in the state, interviews with winning coaches and analysis from around the state.

Coverage begins with Countdown to The Original with Ro Brown and Les East live from Bienvenue Bar & Grill at 467 Hickory Avenue in Harahan at 6 p.m. each week of the high school football season through the state championships.

The Three Tailgaters Show begins its 22nd year next Saturday, Sept. 7 from 10 a.m.-noon with Ken Trahan and Ed Daniels taking your calls on the top sports topics of the day.

“We are beyond excited to partner with Ken Trahan and his team of professionals to bring the best in prep sports coverage and all sports coverage to 106.1 FM NASH ICON,” said Cumulus Radio Regional Vice President and New Orleans Market Manager Pat Galloway. “This will enhance our audience and marketplace presence at night and on weekends. Cumulus is invested in the New Orleans area and we are making an investment in a winning product.”

Daniels, who has earned Louisiana Sportscaster of the Year multiple times, is looking forward to the new radio home.

“Being on the FM dial is important and it is certainly going to help bring new listeners to the shows,” Daniels said. “We appreciate our loyal listeners of many years and encourage them to make the move with us. Cumulus is a very professional operation.”

Trahan, who has been inducted into three different prep sports Hall of Fames, is thrilled with the move.

“This is an opportunity to brand with one of the elite radio operators in the country,” Trahan said. “Cumulus is a proven commodity with a winning track record. The signal will enhance our ability to reach a broader audience as we continue to grow our product. It will be great to work with Pat Galloway, Wendy Guillie, Paul Cannell and their excellent team at Cumulus New Orleans.”

Young, who also serves as the play-by-play voice of University of New Orleans basketball, will have the first show on 106.1 FM NASH ICON Tuesday night at 7 p.m.

“It’s an exciting partnership with Cumulus which will benefit everyone involved,” Young said. “It will definitely help us reach a larger audience as Ken and I continue to do what we love.”

Trahan and Young own Crescent City Sports Enterprises including the CCS website.

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