Tonight is your last chance to catch KMOS-TV's free preview screening of Ken Burn's new documentary "Country Music". The free screening is in Warrensburg on the campus of the University of Central Missouri.

The screening is being held in the Twomey Auditorium in the Wood Building. Doors open at 6:30PM CDT and the screening starts at 7:00PM CDT. You can R.S.V.P to KMOS-TV here, although that's not a requirement to attend the screening. It's more of a tool so the TV station knows how many people are planning to attend.

The preview runs about 45 minutes and does a very nice job of sharing a few of the stories from several of the episodes of "Country Music". If you're a fan of country music who can't want for the Sunday Premier on KMOS-TV. If you're a fan of great storytelling. A fan of great documentaries. Have an interest in history. Or have an interest in culture. This screening is worth your 45 minutes. I think you'll come away wanting to see more.

I'll be there representing Kix 105-7 and KMOS-TV will be there with some sweet door prizes you can win too. Who knows I may even bring a few T-shirts to give out. See you tonight.

"Country Music" A Film By Ken Burns premieres on KMOS-TV Sunday Night September 15 at 7:00PM CDT. Episodes two, three and four, will run on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday respectively at 7:00PM CDT. Episodes five through eight will run Sunday September 22nd through Wednesday September 25 at 7:00PM CDT. KMOS-TV will also be running encore presentations of the documentary at other times. You can check their TV schedule out here