Well, good Sunday, loyal readers! No, I didn’t go on hiatus again, I was coaxed out of retirement to host a family friend’s wedding reception Friday night. Had to set up both the DJ system and a projector/screen for a video slideshow. Had a great time, saw some people I hadn’t seen since the late 90’s, got to check out a few well-dressed hotties half my age, and made some extra money. Thinking about hanging my shingle back up. You can hire me as a DJ or karaoke host for your wedding or other event, or you can just hit me up for a Top 10 flashback!
Originally written October 18, 2013.
What’s up, loyal readers? It’s the weekend, and time to give you T10FB fans another look into our musical past. Sorry, no podcast this week; the time I would have spent doing that was spent watching the ALCS, mostly in agony. Being a Detroit sports fan is like being constantly cockteased, and in this case, all the great pitching in the world doesn’t negate the fact that if you want to win, you must score more runs than the other team. Winning two at Fenway isn’t out of the question, but it won’t happen if the hitting doesn’t improve. The Tigers are paying Prince Fielder $23 million this year alone for…whatever the fuck it is he’s doing. The only times I’ve seen him on base in the playoffs have been after ball four, and that ain’t happening much, either.
OK, rant over. This week we will travel to the teeming metropolis of Starkville, Mississippi, and point our AM tuner at 980, WKOR, and listen to the top ten songs on their Super Sound Survey from this week in 1969.
Originally written March 5, 2014.
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Yo! It’s Friday night, and you know what that means! Yeah, I know, it means you gotta work tomorrow. Lots of people in those shoes these days, but you can take back one little piece of your weekend with a Top 10 flashback!