LEGENDARY ROCK SINGER JOHN SCHLITT
TO GUEST ON THE MIKE HUCKABEE SHOW TODAY
Award-Winning Vocalist Joins Former Governor
On Today’s Edition Of Popular Radio Talk Show
Multiple Grammy and Dove Award-winning recording artist John Schlitt will be a guest on today’s edition of The Mike Huckabee Show, the popular Cumulus Media radio talk show hosted by former Arkansas governor, Mike Huckabee. Schlitt’s interview will air at 12:30 p.m. CST. To listen to the interview online, or for more information, including broadcast times and affiliate stations, visitmikehuckabee.com.
Schlitt and Huckabee met when the two shared the stage at the recent Faith and Freedom Celebration in Tampa, Fla., in August. The the legendary rock singer performed at the event, which was hosted by the Florida Faith and Freedom Coalition and held in coordination with the Republican National Convention. During the event, Schlitt sang his song “Faith & Freedom” from his critically-acclaimed CD, The Greater Cause, and met with Republican Party dignitaries, including Huckabee. Following Schlitt’s performance, as the the singer and former governor chatted backstage, Huckabee invited Schlitt to be a guest on his radio show.
“I believe Governor Huckabee is an example of a true patriot,” Schlitt says. “I’m excited about the opportunity to have a conversation with someone I very much respect.”
The Greater Cause, Schlitt’s fourth solo CD, was released May 8 by 4K Records and is distributed by New Day Christian Distributors. For more information about Schlitt and The Greater Cause, go tojohnwschlitt.com or newdaychristian.com.
Photo caption: John Schlitt, right, recently chatted with former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, left, at the Faith and Freedom Celebration. (Ruth Malhotra/Faith and Freedom Coalition photo)
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