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Radio Feedback: Martina McBride Shared Radio First with Her Husband at Their Kitchen Table

Martina and John McBride (Rick Diamond/Getty Images)

Martina and John McBride (Rick Diamond/Getty Images)

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In Radio Feedback, we ask artists to wax nostalgic about the first time they heard one of their songs on the radio.

Martina McBride has seen incredible success with country radio. The powerhouse singer’s career spans more than three decades and includes such anthems as “Independence Day,” “This One’s for the Girls” and “Blessed,” all of which still get played in rotation.

Despite all this success, McBride says she will never forget the first time she heard one of her own recordings on the radio. The year was 1992, after she got her record deal with RCA Nashville, and the song was her debut single, “The Time Has Come.”

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“I was in Nashville,” McBride told Radio.com recently. “I was living in a little suburb called Donelson, it’s out by the airport. Somebody had told me that they have a [radio] show, that I believe originated in Kentucky, but we could hear it in Nashville, called Newest from Nashville. They said, ‘We heard your song!’ They played my first single, it was called ‘The Time Has Come.'”

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