Trace Adkins is used to having his music played on the radio, but now, he is taking a turn on the other side of the microphone. The singer is hosting a weekly radio show, The Throwback Thirty, on SiriusXM's Y2Kountry channel.

On The Throwback Thirty, which debuted on March 15, Adkins will count down Billboard's Top 30 songs from the same week in various years of the 2000s. A new show will debut each Sunday at 10AM ET on Y2Kountry, available on any SiriusXM-connected device or online at SiriusXM.com, and then replay at various times throughout the week. The Throwback Thirty will also be available on demand through the SiriusXM website and smartphone app.

Adkins has quite a few projects in the works at the moment. He is set to guest star on the NBC show The Night Shift sometime in May, playing the head of an MMA veteran therapy group, and will be part of the cast of the upcoming Civil War miniseries To Appomattox, which will also include appearances by Rascal FlattsDwight YoakamKix BrooksLaura Bell Bundy and Sara Evans.

The Louisiana native is currently on the road for his 2015 spring and summer tour, with dates scheduled through August. A complete list of upcoming shows is available on his website.

Fellow country star Eric Church also recently debuted a monthly radio show, Outsiders Radio, on SiriusXM's The Highway channel. Martina McBride has her own show on Y2Kountry as well, and Steve Earle and Shooter Jennings are among the Outlaw Country channel's hosts.

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