Steve Gill Is Back on the Radio!

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Long-time Nashville radio host Steve Gill is back on the radio.

The veteran conservative political commentator and frequent Tennessee Star contributor is hosting a 30 minute program, The Gill Report, which airs on Knoxville’s WETR 92.3 FM from 6:30 pm to 7:00 pm each weekday evening.

Gill joins an all-star lineup on the conservative talk radio station that includes Laura Ingraham, Michael Savage, and Lars Larson.

Here’s an example of the kind of insight listeners of The Gill Report receive: Steve’s analysis of a recent poll that says Phil Bredesen leads Marsha Blackburn by 5 points in a hypothetical general election matchup for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN).

(You can listen to the program live here).

Plans are currently in the works to syndicate the program to other radio stations across the state.



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5 Thoughts to “Steve Gill Is Back on the Radio!”

  1. Chris

    Gosh these comments seem fake. Just so happy for Steve?

  2. Stuart I. Anderson

    Can’t wait for Steve’s program to make its way to Middle Tennessee. Imagine, a local talk show host who actually loves Republican Primary elections and who we can look forward to subjecting them to the attention and analysis they deserve. That’s a change worth waiting for!!!

    1. Ken M

      No need to wait Stuart! You can click the google and take the intertub over to that Knoxville station and listen! What a blessed day, today we are all Steve Gill fans!

  3. Sherrie Orange

    I look forward to having Steve’s show aired in Middle Tennessee area. If the producers are smart, they will soon realize that 30 minutes just gets him warmed up. As David Fowler of FACT says: “We can’t pass bills that respect family, protect life, and preserve religious liberty if we don’t have solid legislators to sponsor them and a majority of them to vote for them, and a governor who will not veto them. We need legislators who think biblically about government policy and have a spine.” That can not be said any better.

  4. John Crest

    Whoop, Whoop! A whole thirty minutes on one station in Knoxville. I guess he needs a job after helping Joe loose another campaign.