Welcome to Robynn’s Corner!



I want to thank you for stopping by my corner!  When I was a kid growing up, it was typical to gather at the corner and share the news of our world. So it seemed fitting to name my space here after the corner.I like hanging out here and sharing the Warm and Fuzzy’s, the daily story behind the songs with the Classic’s, the tidbits of news I find out about our favorite country singers and the occasional deep thoughts from this shallow mind of mine!

I hope you will not only visit but come back often. And please know you can always email me at RobynnsCorner@949starcountry.com

If there is a warm and fuzzy that you can connect with or a classic that you would like to suggest, drop me a note. I’d love to hear from you.

Most of all, thanks for visiting and thank you especially for listening to me on your radio!

Robynn Jaymes - WSLC - 94.9 Star Country



12 thoughts on “Welcome to Robynn’s Corner!

  1. Mindy Anderson

    Hey! I have a good finish the sentence.. I have the sign in my living room.. ” Wash your hands and say your prayers” bc ? The answer is ” because Jesus and germs are everywhere “!! That’s a good one! I hope your health is doing well. In my prayers. Mindy Anderson

  2. Kissandra Walker

    Robyn, can you do a story behind the song Kiss An Angel Good Mornin by Charlie Pride? KISSANDRA in Vinton

  3. I’m not sure why but this web site is loading extremely slow for me.
    Is anyone else having this issue or is it a issue on my end?
    I’ll check back later on and see if the problem still exists.

  4. Pam Gibson

    I love the warm and fuzzy for the day about the carrot, egg, and coffee bean.
    I would love to have a copy if that to tell others that I know and pray that it will help them out.
    Thank you

  5. Kristin bannon

    How can I get some of your warm and fuzzy stories. I love hearing them everyday. Thank you

  6. Lisa

    Hi Robynn, I work in a small office of 4 avid country music lovers. We listen to your station every day, all day. We noticed a trend that “everyday” you can count on hearing Blue Kentucky Highway-Clint Black, 3 Wooden Crosses-Randy Travis, and Just Got Started Lovin You-James Otto. There are so many older songs out there that could be played, that we never hear!! Don’t get me wrong Blue Kentucky Highway is a great old song, but I am sure that it is not requested enough that it would need to be played on a daily basis….A mix in the music is certainly needed for Star Country.

  7. DONNA

    When will Lady A be in the Dominian Republic as we will be there the end of August?

  8. lisa

    When will you be making an announcement about who is playing pajama jam this year?

  9. Anonymous

    I love warm and fuzzy. It really helps…

  10. Ryan

    you guys call Brad Paisley and Florida Georgia Line at Blue Ridge Music Festival a huge deal and biggest ever concrete event in Virginia area? Why? They are around playing Virginia arenas all the time! Garth Brooks coming around would be a big deal, NOT those 2 acts everyone has seen 2 or 3 times by now.

  11. Angie Thompson

    You may have heard enough about this topic but one day this week you talked about that “Girl In A Country Song” and said Fl Ga Line said, “Every girl wants to be the girl in a country song”. You asked for opinions and I have been thinking … I DO want to be that girl in a country song, but I want it to be that girl that gets even! Think Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert. I beg to differ w Fl GA Line and can’t stand those songs about those tan little legs and purty little feet Red Neck! Red Neck! I have nearly stopped listening to country music altogether. Is this what they really think of women and their fans?That’s why I’ll stick with Willie, Hank, Johnny and George.

  12. Jessica

    Good morning. I lost my father this week. Today’s warm and fuzzy really touched my heart. Can i please have a copy of it??

    Thank you
    Jessica schoffstall

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