What This Means

As I talked about on Friday night’s show, I love having my own show and sharing the music I discover with all those listening. I hope that all those listening share this music with their friends and so on. Not necessarily for the sake of my show, but for the bands that I play. See, to me, that’s what this show is about, getting the music out there for these men and women who play their hearts out. I don’t really think I do anything special, I just play music. The artists and the bands, they are the ones that do something special by creating the music. That’s what I mean when I say, “You rock and I just roll out the tunes.”

I had a conversation Friday night after the show and it was very humbling. I was told that I give the band a voice. I mean, I understand that there is a symbiotic relationship with bands and radio but I’ve never really thought about it in the context of giving a band a voice. But those words meant a lot to me and a bit of a new perspective on the show.

So I’ll keep doing what I can, being a voice and champion of the great bands from everywhere, working their hardest to make their dreams come true while bringing their own unique sounds into our lives. You can help too! You find a band you like, share them on social media. Invite your friends to their pages. Go to their concerts. Buy their music and merchandise. Cause the more support they get, the closer they get to their goals and dreams.

Speaking of which, back to show planning. I have tomorrow’s show almost done and I’m starting on a Ladies of the Lair (kind of Excalbur-esque there) theme for Friday night’s show. Don’t forget to tune in tomorrow night at 7:00 Eastern and Friday night at 9:00 Eastern.