Tennessee Underground


Listen to Senator Blackburn from Tennessee and Steve Bowers discuss politics and today’s primary elections! Recorded live at the Dixie Cafe/Old Country Store in Historic Casey Jones Village, Jackson Tennessee.  

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The Disappearing Bullet!

A family member found Betty lying face down on the floor of the modest trailer she called home. Betty lived there alone and was known in the small town she lived in as a good, hard-working woman. She died from multiple gunshot wounds. The murder occurred in the 1980s in

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8th District Congressman and former U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Tennessee David Kustoff discusses recent events with Steve Bowers.  Recorded at the Dixie Cafe/Old Country Store in Historic Casey Jones Village, Jackson Tennessee

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Steve Bowers interviews the founder of Music Network 1, an innovative concept that combines the music world with the world of business!Recorded live at the Dixie Cafe/Old Country Store in historic Casey Jones Village, Jackson Tn.

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Steve Bowers interviews Andy Buergler to find out more about the strides Buelah’s Place is making to help young victim’s of human trafficking. Be sure and listen to their discussion about Voices Against Trafficking.

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Tennessee Underground

Steve Bowers & Bob Ney July 27 2020

Conversation on Covid Stimulus Round 2 – Content and Process, Street Demonstrations expand beyond Portland with fatal results (Bob knew the man killed in Austin) – What’s the Connection between Naked Yoga and Black Lives Matter?  China and more …

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General Pickens is the District Attorney General for Madison, Chester, and Henderson counties in western Tennessee. The General brings over 20 years experience in uncovering and prosecuting crime to a broad discussion of law enforcement and how the system operates. The General joins Brad McCoy and Jimmie Leach on this

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Former Madison County Tennessee Sheriff David Woolfork visits The Investigator to discuss and comment on police reform and civil unrest. David Woolfork began his law enforcement career as a police dispatcher and worked his way up through the ranks to be the first African American to be elected Sheriff in Madison County

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