About Nancy Foster

As an original member of the Americana Music Association and Reporter to the AMA chart, it’s been a long journey in radio to the land of music I’m passionate about – Americana. The release of Steve Earle’s “Guitar Town” in 1986 changed the landscape of Country Radio forever – and the course of my radio career. I landed in Nashville in 1991 to program “Rockin’ Country 102.9” – an Americana station before the term even existed! I was honored to be named “Americana MD/APD” by Gavin Magazine in 2001 and after stops at terrestrial stations throughout my 25-year radio career, I couldn’t be more excited than to be programming the Americana station on GotRadio.com. We’re keeping it Rootsy and Real – and following the mission statement of the AMA: “to advocate for the authentic voice of American Roots Music around the world.”


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The ultimate blend of Americana music – Acoustic, Bluegrass, Folk, Roots and Rockabilly – with a touch of Twang. From Core artists Steve Earle, Lucinda Williams, Lyle Lovett, Alison Krauss, Joe Ely, Rosanne Cash, Guy Clark, The Mavericks and Emmylou Harris to Blackberry Smoke, Mark Knopfler, Mudcrutch, Ray Davies and The Jayhawks – it’s all here on GotRadio’s Americana station – an official reporting station to the Americana Music Association’s weekly radio chart – http://americanamusic.org/