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Willie P. Richardson - "The Phone Prankster"

These days, he's known on radio stations throughout America as "The Phone Prankster". Mr. Richardson is a native of Nacogdoches, in the" piney woods" of East Texas. Although he says he was raised in a neighborhood so tough "They had pictures of missing policemen on milk cartons," he admits that he's had fun "messin' with folks" all of his life. He began pulling "telephone pranks" on friends and relatives starting at about the age of 12.

Texas County Line

“Texas County Line”, a weekly 30-minute television program featuring Traditional Country Music, Cajun Music and Western Swing filmed at locations throughout the Lone Star State, began airing in July, 2008. Local, regional and nationally-known artists are featured. In addition, vintage footage of interviews and musical performances by artists from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s will frequently be included on the program.

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