Wednesday, December 28, 2005

Radio Or Not #11 - Farewell to 2005, and to John Lennon too....

As we close the curtains on 2005, I want to thank all of you who found and embraced Radio Or Not. It's been my lifeline to the worlds of music and radio during my self-imposed exile!


As much as I enjoy running my own business, I admit that I prefer finding great music and playing it on the radio. As I always said, "it sure beats working!".

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We're halfway through the decade that still has no name. Think about it... it's not like the 60's, 70's 80's or 90's.... Do we call it the OH's? Or the Ot's (I think not!). Perhaps we'll have to wait until the teens to figure it out....


At the end of this year, which had admittedly been a difficult one for me, I wish you and your family health, happiness, prosperity, and peace on earth. In this time of war, it makes it all the sadder that this year marked the 25th anniversary of the brutal murder of one of my heroes.

So on this, my final podcast of 2005, I'll leave you with my remembrance of John Lennon.


Nicole Sandler

3 comments:

Rey Anthony said...

Nicole,

I just finished listening to the year-end John Lennon episode. I found Radio Or Not searching for Steely Dan, perhaps on iTunes (I can't really remember at this point). This is a wonderful and unique show, and I'm so glad to have found it! Shows like this are what make podcasting a worthwhile medium. Please keep it up!

Rey

Tara Wingo said...

Nicole,
My Mom and I were driving in L.A yesterday and listening to random albums on my ipod and volume 1 of KSCA live from the music hall came on and we were reminiscing about how much we missed "the best station EVER" and were wondering what you were up to. You have turned us on to some pretty incredible music and my passion for finding new artists stemmed from listening to you on 101.9 You rock! So glad to have found your podcasts. So, what are you listening to these days?

-Tara in So. Cal

Tara Wingo said...

Nicole,
My Mom and I were driving in L.A yesterday and listening to random albums on my ipod and volume 1 of KSCA live from the music hall came on and we were reminiscing about how much we missed "the best station EVER" and were wondering what you were up to. You have turned us on to some pretty incredible music and my passion for finding new artists stemmed from listening to you on 101.9 You rock! So glad to have found your podcasts. So, what are you listening to these days?

-Tara in So. Cal