Conservative talk show phenom Michael Savage of "The Savage Nation" will celebrate 21 years of entertaining 10 million listeners with a special program about his decades on the air.
During Tuesday’s show, Savage will reminisce with callers live and “play rare archival show segments from over the years,” a press release said.
With such a long history as a conservative spokesperson, Savage still pushes boundaries, this year introducing his “Unprotected Talk” format that combines political content with real-life issues faced by his viewers.
“I am elated to celebrate this momentous occasion with the millions of listeners who have supported me over the past 21 years,” Savage said in the release. “Taking ‘The Savage Nation’ across the country with Cumulus to more than 200 stations has been a tremendous honor and I look forward to many more years on the air.”
The historical look at Savage’s career will include hearing his original talk radio demo tape, listener favorites, and clips from memorable callers, the release said.
Savage has written more than 25 books, including six New York Times best-sellers. “Stop the Coming Civil War” has been on the New York Times best-seller list for about five weeks.
Savage recently announced $100,000 in scholarships available for conservative college students; recipients will be selected through their participation in the Savage Paul Revere Society’s “What Does it Mean to Be an American” essay contest.
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