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Suzi Youngberg

Suzi is a songwriter, poet, story-teller, music lover and Daddy's girl. She has been in the Keys since 1997; she moved down with her husband Scott, a musical performer and songwriter, and they write songs and even sing together from time to time. After a long career in corporate sales, traveling all over the southeastern U.S., Suzi decided it was time to not only live and love in the Florida Keys, but it was time to make her living here and give more back to the community. She sells advertising for Florida Keys Media in addition to hosting Classic Country Sunday Night (or as she says, "My Daddy's country.")  She also volunteers for community events and charitable organizations; she's on the board of the Upper Keys BPW, the Event Lead for the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life, and more. Read Suzi's poetry, songs and scribbles, and hear what song she's listening to today at

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Classic Country Sunday Night, hosted by Suzi Youngberg, every Sunday from 6 PM - Midnight on the Best Country radio station, Thunder Country 100.3,, iHeart Radio or TuneIn apps.
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Classic CountryTuesday, April 25th, 2017 at 10:21am

On this day in 1971, Lynn Anderson was at #1 on the country music album chart with Rose Garden. The title track went on to top the country charts, where it stayed at the #1 position for five weeks, and reached #3 on the pop charts in 1971. Anderson received a Grammy Award for the song for Best Female Country Vocal Performance.

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Lynn Anderson - Rose Garden
Johnny Cash Show - 2x17 [Ep 49] - The History of Country Music Part 2 [Jan. 27, '71] I Do Not Own The Rights For This.
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Classic CountrySunday, April 23rd, 2017 at 11:40am

Hey y'all, it's Suzi! What do you want to hear tonight? Classic Country Sunday Night on Thunder Country from 6-midnight!

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Classic CountryThursday, April 20th, 2017 at 11:00am

For some folks, like Willie Nelson and Snoop Dog, today is a holiday! Happy 420!

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Classic CountrySunday, April 16th, 2017 at 6:33pm

Classic Country Sunday Night with Suzi, playing now and every Sunday from 6 PM - Midnight, on, 100.3, iHeart Radio and the TuneIn apps.

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Classic CountrySaturday, April 15th, 2017 at 10:59am

On this day in 1933, Roy Clark was born in Meherrin, Virginia. The co-host of "Hee Haw," his vocal and instrumental skills brought him hits from 1963-1976, plus the CMA's Entertainer of the Year award and membership in the Country Music Hall of Fame. Here he is proving that a "good ol' boy" sure can play a mean guitar! He was amazing!

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Roy Clark Shows How A "Good Ol' Boy" Can Play A Mean Guitar ~ Live (1976)
From the BringBackMyYesterday YouTube channel...Johnny Cash introduces Roy Clark as a "good ol' boy". Then this good ol' boy plays a mean guitar! The excerpt...
Suzi Price Youngberg Hey y'all! Here's some more Roy Clark, having fun with Buck Owens and Jerry Reed, pickin' & grinnin' on Hee Haw. Good stuff!
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Classic CountryWednesday, April 12th, 2017 at 6:17am

Very sad news. Jeff Cook from the Classic Country band, Alabama, has Parkinson's disease and has to stop touring with the band. Y'all, my mama has Parkinson's and I've seen it rob her of her mobility and it's starting to take her memory and her mind. Prayers for Jeff, the band and everyone affected by this terrible disease.

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Classic CountryTuesday, April 11th, 2017 at 4:03pm

Hey y'all! This is a really good article about Rodney Crowell, and the 5 albums he says changed his life. Y'all know I love Americana as well as Classic Country, and sometimes struggle to define the Americana genre. I really like Rodney's words about it...
“I have declared my loyalty to Americana. It’s a hard category for people to get their heads around, or at least the terminology is. But all the people who represent it – Townes Van Zandt, Guy Clark, Lucinda Williams, Steve Earle and more recent stars like John Paul White and Jason Isbell – share a common thread. Whether they are actual poets or their music exemplifies a poetic sensibility, generally speaking, the Americana artist shuns commercial compromise in favor of a singular vision. Which resonates with me.”