Friday, January 31, 2014

Farewell, Pete

If you have a history of folk music radio like I do, it was difficult early this week to wrap your mind around the fact that Pete Seeger is no longer with us. I was hoping he would make it to 100, but his body wouldn't go the distance... although he was still chopping wood within ten days of his death. He was a man of strong convictions and he acted upon them. Yet he was so affable and disarming, I don't see how anyone could dislike him... and all those compelling songs and performances (more like rallies!). Will Pete Seeger be regarded as the greatest American folk singer? He just may be.

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

JFK 50th Truth Radio ends its run

JFK 50th Truth Radio: The Assassination of America completed a fascinating run of nearly two months on 102.9 FM. Whatever broadcast configurations I may have at my disposal in November 2014, I am determined to rerun the 55 plus features and any new additions during that entire month in some form. A mix of broadcast interviews, lectures, and articles from witnesses and the experts, documentary soundtracks, and original JFK speeches were featured. Instead of dumbing you down with lies and coverups like the mainstream "mockingbird" media still insists upon, our features brought you into the world of the sharpest, most honest, and thorough researchers and qualified witnesses in the genre. But for now, it's back to NOAA weather to get you through another tough New England winter, as well as any other mass activism or special events that may occur.