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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

Today on Alabama Live we have a couple of special guests talking with us via satellite from Greenville, Tennessee. They took the radio airwaves by storm in 2010 with "If I Die Young", which had over 10 million tracks sold. That's right,  the sibling trio The Band Perry, will be joining us LIVE!

We are back in the kitchen with our good friend Leslie Bailey today. Leslie is showing us a great recipe just in time for St. Patrick's Day, "A Top of the Morning Breakfast for St. Paddy's Day." You don't want to miss these pancakes!

Don't forget, due to WSFA airing Auburn's and Alabama's first round SEC Basketball Tournament games on Wednesday and Thursday, our News at 6:00 p.m. will be available only on our web site and mobile apps on these days.

Here is the program schedule including when pre-empted NBC programs can be seen.

Wed., March 12:
6:00-8:30pm      SEC Basketball Tournament: Auburn vs. S. Carolina
8:30-9:00pm      Law & Order: SVU (NBC) (joined in progress)
1:07-2:07am      Revolution (NBC-prime delay-broadcast)
2:07-3:00am      Mad Money (NBC)

Thurs., March 13:
6:00-8:30pm      SEC Basketball Tournament: Alabama vs. LSU
8:30-9:00pm      Hollywood Game Night (NBC) (joined in progress)
1:07-1:37am      Community (NBC) (prime delay-broadcast)
1:37-2:08am      Parks & Recreation (NBC) (prime delay-broadcast)
2:08-3:00am      Mad Money (NBC)(joined in progress)

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