A Gift of Music

No Valentine’s Day or any romantic moment can happen without music. I have often thought life would be more interesting if I had a programmable chip in my head with all the music I like. The background music of my life would be there whenever I wanted. iPods, I suppose, come close to that idea but without subtlety.

In my home and in my car, my radio is often on 88.5 FM WXPN. If you have not tuned in or are unfamiliar with the station you really must give it a try. Be it Kids Corner, Funky Friday, World Cafe, Sleepy Hollow, or one of the many other shows, you are bound to find one you enjoy.

A new show started in 2006 and I want to bring it to your attention. Its air time is Saturdays from 6 to 7 PM and it’s called, ‘The Geators Rock and Roll Rhythm and Blues Express’. The perennial ‘yon teenager’, plays Rock and Roll music you will not hear anywhere else. Jerry Blavit, The Geator, gives you more then the music, he also gives you the history behind the music. He usually has a theme to the show such as, ‘Girl Groups’,’ The Spector Sound’, ‘New Orleans’. Each week is different. There is probably no show on radio in the entire country that is going to entertain you like this. My gift of music to you, 88.5 and the Geator. Happy Valentine’s

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