Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 08/21/2016: Merle Haggard Tribute Edition

This week’s edition of Wes’s Musical Meltdown was all about the late, great Merle Haggard. Join me on a 3-hour musical journey through the life and career of this country music legend. We talk about his life, his music, and his influence on country music as we know it.

There’s a minor technical hiccup about midway through the show, but over all, I’m very proud of this one. I hope you enjoy listening as much as I enjoyed bringing it to you.

Of course, you can always hear the show live every Sunday night at 7:00 PM Eastern Time on XTFM.


  1. Merle Haggard, (My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers
  2. Merle Haggard, Swinging Doors
  3. Merle Haggard, The Bottle Let Me Down
  4. Merle Haggard, Branded Man
  5. Merle Haggard, I’m A Lonesome Fugitive
  6. Merle Haggard, Mama Tried
  7. Merle Haggard, Seeing Eye Dog
  8. Merle Haggard, Today I Started Loving You Again
  9. Merle Haggard, Hungry Eyes
  10. Merle Haggard, Workin’ Man Blues
  11. Merle Haggard, Silver Wings
  12. Merle Haggard, I Take A Lot Of Pride In What I Am
  13. Merle Haggard, Okie From Muskogee
  14. Merle Haggard, The Fightin’ Side Of Me
  15. Merle Haggard, It’s Not Love (But It’s Not Bad)
  16. Merle Haggard, Daddy Frank (The Guitar Man)
  17. Merle Haggard, If We Make It Through December
  18. Merle Haggard, Always Wanting You
  19. Merle Haggard, The Roots Of My Raising
  20. Merle Haggard, Ramblin’ Fever
  21. Merle Haggard, If We’re Not Back In Love By Monday
  22. Merle Haggard, It’s Been A Great Afternoon
  23. Merle Haggard, I’m Always On A Mountain When I Fall
  24. Merle Haggard, Footlights
  25. Merle Haggard, My Own Kind Of Hat
  26. Merle Haggard, I Think I’ll Just Stay Here And Drink
  27. Merle Haggard, Misery And Gin
  28. Merle Haggard, Rainbow Stew (Live)
  29. Merle Haggard, The Running Kind
  30. Merle Haggard, Are The Good Times Really Over (I Wish A Buck Was Still Silver)
  31. Merle Haggard, Big City
  32. Merle Haggard, Going Where The Lonely Go
  33. Merle Haggard, What Am I Gonna Do (With the Rest of My Life)
  34. Merle Haggard, That’s the Way Love Goes
  35. Merle Haggard, Natural High [Feat. Janie Fricke]
  36. Merle Haggard, Place to Fall Apart [Feat. Janie Fricke]
  37. Merle Haggard, Out Among The Stars
  38. Merle Haggard, Me & Crippled Soldiers
  39. Merle Haggard, If I Could Only Fly
  40. Merle Haggard, That’s The News
  41. Merle Haggard & Leona Williams, The Bull And The Beaver
  42. Merle Haggard & George Jones, Yesterday’s Wine
  43. Merle Haggard & Willie Nelson, Pancho & Lefty
  44. Merle Haggard & Willie Nelson, Reasons To Quit
  45. Gretchen Wilson & Merle Haggard, Politically Uncorrect
  46. Eric Church, Pledge Allegiance To The Hag (Feat. Merle Haggard)
  47. Merle Haggard, Why Me
  48. Merle Haggard, Sing Me Back Home (Live)

Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 08/14/2016: Returning After Hiatus, Breaking In New Studios

Last night was the official return of the Meltdown to XTFM after a 5-month unplanned hiatus due to hard drive failure. We’re still not 100% back musically, but it was still a good show nonetheless. It was also my first show from the new West Columbus studios. You’ll find much less echo than you’ve possibly heard since I moved to Ohio last August.

We played some great music, talked a bit about music news, politics, and other current events, and had a good time. Thanks to those who promoted, interaccted in chat, and made requests.

The new timeslot for Wes’s Musical Meltdown is Sunday Nights, 10:00 PM East. Next Sunday, we’ll have a special tribute to the late Merle Haggard. We lost this country icon on April 6, and I would’ve done this then…But, as I had no music, it had to wait until I made my return. If you have favorite Merle tracks you want played, feel free to use the various ccontact methods on the page to get in touch and let me know.

Below, you’ll find the playlist for this show as well as the download/streaming links. Enjoy!!


  1. Aerosmith, Back In The Saddle
  2. Ac/dc, Back In Black
  3. Cledus T. Judd, First Redneck on the Internet
  4. George Strait, Ocean Front Property
  5. Aubrie Sellers, Light of Day
  6. Chris Cagle, What Kinda Gone
  7. Dwight Yoakam, A Thousand Miles from Nowhere
  8. Guns N’ Roses, Mr. Brownstone
  9. Sheryl Crow, Strong Enough To Be My Man [Request]
  10. Casting Crowns, Lifesong
  11. Matt Cline f./Ray Stevens, Steve Cropper, Buddy Jewell & Andy Griggs, If You Want My Vote
  12. John Anderson, Country Til I Die
  13. Eric Church, Record Year
  14. Eric Church, Love Your Love the Most
  15. Keith Urban, Wasted Time
  16. UFO, Rock Bottom
  17. UFO, Natural Thing
  18. Rainbow, All Night Long
  19. Less Than Jake, Jen doesn’t like me anymore
  20. Cherry Poppin’ Daddies, Zoot Suit Riot
  21. Miranda Lambert, Vice
  22. Blake Shelton, Came Here To Forget
  23. Canaan Smith, Love You Like That
  24. Kane Brown, Used To Love You Sober
  25. Reba McEntire, How Was I To Know
  26. Cole Swindell, Middle Of A Memory
  27. Dierks Bentley feat. Elle King, Different For Girls
  28. Jon Pardi, Head Over Boots
  29. Jon Pardi, Write You A Song
  30. Kip Moore, I’m To Blame
  31. Kip Moore, Hey Pretty Girl
  32. Ed Sheeran, Thinking Out Loud [Request]
  33. Merle Haggard, I Think I’ll Just Stay Here And Drink
  34. Merle Haggard, Misery And Gin
  35. Merle Haggard, The Running Kind
  36. Merle Haggard, Sing Me Back Home
  37. Taylor Swift, White Horse [Request]
  38. Kelsea Ballerini, Peter Pan
  39. Chris Stapleton, Fire Away
  40. Chris Stapleton, Parachute
  41. Chris Young Duet With Cassadee Pope, Think Of You
  42. Chris Young, Tomorrow
  43. Hank Williams Jr., Attitude Adjustment
  44. Hank Williams Jr., If You Don’t Like Hank Williams
  45. Cross Canadian Ragweed, Alabama

Updates From My World: The Good, The Bad, and Everything In Between

It’s been a while since I’ve updated here…Those who follow me on Twitter and Facebook probably know a lot of this, but…As I haven’t posted to the website in a while, figured I’d give my readers an update on what’s going on with me.

For starters, I’m no longer in Springfield. I’d been out of town, visiting my girlfriend, and came home to find my place had been burglarized. I don’t want to get into a lot of details as there is still an active police investigation, but, it was enough to get me out of town. Top it off with the landlord being completely unresponsive when notified about the break-in…Sorry, but a dirtbag like that doesn’t deserve another red cent from me. That said, I did recover my laptop minus all cords/cables, and my iPad minus the charging cable. Still missing a modem, stereo, the first XM unit I ever bought, and…No joke…A case of Yuengling, one of my favorite beers out of Pennsylvania. At least the thief had decent taste in beer, I suppose. Next time, buy your own. I did. LOL

I met some wonderful people in Springfield, but the burglary was sort of the last straw. After recent events, including housemates who free-loaded off me and still owe me nearly $1300 in back rent and other incidentals, very happy to leave that town behind. Heard the ex-housemates are in Georgia now. Good riddance. Hopefully, they’ve learned their lesson and won’t cheat the next person they rent from. But, I digress…Back to Springfield…I’ll still come back to visit friends, many of whom have become like family to me…But I don’t foresee myself living in such a ghetto place again.

In happier news, I’m now in Columbus, seeing an absolutely wonderful woman. We’re keeping things mostly quiet and spending as much time together to build the relationship as possible. We click on just about every level, which is an amazing feeling. I feel like I’ve finally found my equal…A relationship that can be a true 50-50, or as close to it as possible.

At work, i’ve moved up to a new position. I had been working as a reservations agent; I’m now a team member in our rewards department and loving it. The pay is better, and the work is a bit more challenging. And hey…My worst day here is still better than most days were dealing with callers at the IRS. LOL. In all seriousness, loving the company I currently work for, and can see myself staying with them for a long time.

As many know, I’ve been off-air with regards to the radio show since March due to someone inadvertently knocking over my hard drive. Working on rebuilding the music collection bit by bit, and I’m hoping to return to the airwaves on XTFM soon.

Awaiting word from work, but if all goes well, I should be travelling to Arizona to see family and friends just bbefore Christmas. Stay tuned to this spacce and social media to learn more.

For those who don’t know, I’ve recently become a Pampered Chef Independent Consultant. Unfortunately, due to life’s constant roller coaster, I haven’t been able to do much with the business yet…But now that things are settling down, I hope to do parties, virtual or in person…And would love for any of you reading this to check out the site and purchase anything you like. You can also like the Facebook Page!

Of course, I’m still your One-Stop Shop for Amazon Products!

Hey…Had to promote the business stuff. First, I do want to grow the Pampered Chef business…And hey, everyone pretty much shops Amazon…Why not help out a friend? And yes, I do reciprocate.

In closing, though there have been some bumps in the road since moving to Ohio, there’s been a lot of good. New friends, awesome lady, great job, and the opportunity to work full-time from home. Who knows…If I play my cards right, I may very well be able to take this job and keep it and move back to Arizona in time. Life is full of possibilities.

Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 3/8/2016; Final For A While

This episode was lots of fun. I had no idea at the time that it would be my last for a while due to technical problems…Okay; former housemate knocked over my hard drive, killed it, thus killing my music collection…But, no hard feelings, right?

Unfortunately, killing of the hard drive also took out the playlist. So…Let’s call it a Mystery Meltdown. Enjoy!

Stay tuned to this space for an announcement regarding my pending return to the airwaves as I restore the music collection slowly but surely.

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Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 03/01/2016

This week’s Meltdown was a blast. In addition to your requests, new music, and all kinds of other great tracks, we had an interview with Canadian rockers Cold Blooded Hero in celebration of their upcoming EP, Something Weird.

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  1. Adelitas Way ,, Bad Reputation
  2. Adelitas Way ,, Filthy Heart
  3. Anthrax, Breathing Lightning
  4. Anthrax, Blood Eagle Wings
  5. Kevin Bloody Wilson, She’s A Good’n [Request]
  6. Seething Fuck Patties, I Fucked a Sasquatch [Request]
  7. Brothers3, Brothers Never Part [Request]
  8. Brothers3, C’Mon [Request]
  9. Dean Ray, I Owe You (A Heartache) [Request]
  10. Dead Kennedys, Let’s Lynch The Landlord [Request]
  11. Bullet For My Valentine, Fever [Request]
  12. Cold Blooded Hero, For What I Did
  13. Wes Derby, Cold Blooded Hero Interview for XTFM 02/28/2016
  14. Cold Blooded Hero, Seize the Day
  15. Cold Blooded Hero, Go Away
  16. Cold Blooded Hero, Where’s My Warning
  17. Jim Norton, Penguins Are Assholes
  18. Jim Norton, Nice Baby!
  19. Jim Norton, What Sex Is That Thing?
  20. Stephen Lynch, Talk to Me
  21. Stephen Lynch, The Ballad of Scarface
  22. David Allan Coe, Don’t Bite the Dick
  24. Deep Purple, Hush
  25. Rainbow, Catch the Rainbow
  26. Rainbow, Can’t Let You Go
  27. Joey + Rory, Cheater Cheater
  28. Joey + Rory, Boots
  29. Joey + Rory, To Say Goodbye
  30. Lee Brice, Drinking Class
  31. Lee Brice, Hard To Love
  32. Chris Stapleton, Whiskey and You
  33. Brett Eldredge, Drunk On Your Love
  34. Brantley Gilbert, Stone Cold Sober
  35. Kip Moore, Running For You
  36. Thomas Rhett, It Goes Like This
  37. Cole Swindell, You Should Be Here
  38. Wheeler Walker Jr., Better Off Beatin’ Off
  39. Cross Canadian Ragweed, Sick And Tired
  40. Casey Donahew Band, Hangovers, and Memories
  41. Josh Abbott Band, All Of A Sudden
  42. Hank Williams, Jr., Are You Ready For The Country
  43. Randy Rogers Band, Things I Need To Quit
  44. Gary Moore, Empty Rooms


Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 02/09/2016

This week’s edition of Wes’s Musical Meltdown on XTFM was a blast. Lots of requests, a fun cover comparison, and turned the audience on to two new bands…Resurrection Kings and Inglorious. Definitely be on the lookout for these guys when their albums come out.

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  1. Foghat, Slow Ride
  2. Cavo, Champagne
  3. Tonic, If You Could Only See
  4. Bring Me the Horizon, Visions
  5. Buffalo Springfield, Broken Arrow [Request]
  6. Various Artists-Soundtrack, Beavis And Butt-Head / Come to Butt-Head [Request]
  7. Megadeth, 99 Ways to Die [Request]
  8. Chris Young, I’m Comin’ Over [Request]
  9. Cross Canadian Ragweed, Cry Lonely [Request]
  10. Earth, Wind & Fire, Fall in Love With Me [Request]
  11. Earth Wind And Fire, That’s The Way Of The World [Request]
  12. Alice In Chains, Nutshell
  13. Staind, Nutshell (Acoustic Live)
  14. Filter, Where Do We Go From Here [Request]
  15. Shinedown, Second Chance [Request]
  16. Buckcherry, Crazy Bitch [Request]
  17. George Strait, Here For A Good Time [Request]
  18. INGLORIOUS, Until I Die
  19. INGLORIOUS, Girl Got A Gun
  20. Resurrection Kings ,, Who Did You Run To
  21. Little River Band, Lonesome Loser
  22. REO Speedwagon, Can’t Fight This Feeling
  23. Matchbox 20, Unwell (Remastered Version)
  24. Sass Jordan, Make You a Believer
  25. Oasis, Wonderwall [Request]
  26. Thunder, Love Walked In
  27. Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa ft. Bruno Mars, Young, Wild & Free
  28. Mini Thin, Buck Wild and Free
  29. E-40, Choices (Yup)
  30. Big Sean, Blessings (feat. Drake)
  31. Megadeth, Post American World
  32. Lamb Of God, Erase This
  33. Trivium, Until The World Goes Cold
  34. Shinedown, How Did You Love
  35. Adelitas Way, Bad Reputation
  36. Toby Keith, Honky Tonk U
  37. Tyler Farr, A Guy Walks Into a Bar
  38. Brantley Gilbert, Stone Cold Sober
  39. Brett Eldredge, Drunk on your love
  40. Kip Moore, Hey Pretty Girl
  41. Thomas Rhett, It Goes Like This
  42. Kelly Williams, Lord of My Life
  43. Casting Crowns, The Well (Live)
  44. David Crowder Band, How He Loves
  45. Hillsong UNITED, Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)
  46. Jeremy Camp, Walk By Faith


Wes’s Musical Meltdown on XTFM For Tuesday, 01/26/2016

This week’s Wes’s Musical Meltdown was a lot of fun. Lots of great requests, good tunes, a cover comparison… We’ll let the music speak for itself. We also discuss my new job!

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  1. Aranda, We Are the Enemy
  2. Pop Evil, Ways To Get High
  3. Kelsea Ballerini, Love Me Like You Mean It
  4. Big Sean, I Don’t Fuck With You (feat. E-40)
  5. Die Antwoord, Fatty Boom Boom [Request]
  6. Talking Heads, Psycho Killer [Request]
  7. Talking Heads, Road To Nowhere [Request]
  8. Steven Tyler, RED, WHITE & YOU
  9. Aerosmith, Draw The Line
  10. Dio, The Last In Line
  11. Dio, Straight Through The Heart
  12. Pink, You and Your Hand [Request]
  13. Dean Ray, I Owe You (A Heartache)
  14. Passenger, Let Her Go
  15. Don Williams, Rake And Ramblin’ Man
  16. Carly Simon, You’re So Vain
  17. Faster Pussycat, You’re So Vain
  18. Shooter Jennings & Hierophant, When the Radio Goes Dead [Request]
  19. Silverchair, Tomorrow [Request]
  20. Metallica, Welcome Home (Sanitarium) [Request]
  21. Billy Joel, Lullabye (Goodnight, My Angel) [Request]
  22. Led Zeppelin, Stairway To Heaven [Request]
  23. Dio, Holy Diver [Request]
  24. Darlene Zschech, Shout To The Lord [Request]
  25. Sade, Smooth Operator [Request]
  26. Klymaxx, I Miss You [Request]
  27. Adelitas Way, Bad Reputation
  28. Adelitas Way, So What If You Go
  29. Alice Cooper, Dead Babies
  30. Jon Pardi, Head Over Boots
  31. Hunter Hayes, Wanted
  32. Van Halen, Everybody Wants Some!!
  33. Van Halen, Not Enough
  34. Van Halen, Unchained
  35. Cross Canadian Ragweed, Carmelita [Request]
  36. Twisted Sister, It’s Only Rock & Roll (But I Like It) [Request]
  37. MercyMe, 3:42am (Writer’s Block) [Request]
  38. BarlowGirl, Harder Than The First Time [Request]
  39. TobyMac, Tonight
  40. TobyMac, Speak Life
  41. Laura Story, Mighty To Save
  42. Casting Crowns, Praise You In This Storm

Wes’s Musical Meltdown on XTFM for 01/19/2016

This week’s Meltdown was a special event in many ways. We lost some great musicians on Monday, and we paid tribute to two off them. In addition, we had the cover Comparison, and lots of requests.

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  1. Eagles, Hotel California
  2. The Eagles, One of These Nights [Request]
  3. Joe Walsh, Life’s Been Good [Request]
  4. Head East, Never Been Any Reason [Request]
  5. E-40, Choices (Yup) [Request]
  6. Rico Richie, Poppin’ [Request]
  7. Luke Bryan (featuring Karen Fairchild), Home Alone Tonight [Request]
  8. Luke Bryan, Do I [Request]
  9. Brothers Osborne, Stay A Little Longer
  10. Brothers Osborne, Loving Me Back (feat. Lee Ann Womack)
  11. Mitch Miller & His Orchestra, The Children’s Marching Song (Nick Nack Paddy Whack) [Request]
  12. The Bells, Fly Little White Dove, Fly [Request]
  13. Randy Rogers Band, Neon Blues
  14. Randy Rogers Band, Things I Need To Quit
  15. Randy Rogers Band, Pour One For The Poor One
  16. Mott the Hoople, All the Way from Memphis
  17. Mott the Hoople, Ready for Love/After Lights
  18. Mott the Hoople, Roll Away the Stone
  19. Mott the Hoople, Foxy Foxy
  20. Mott the Hoople, Ballad of Mott the Hoople (26th March 1972, Z├╝rich)
  21. Mott The Hoople, All The Young Dudes
  22. Eagles, I Can’t Tell You Why
  23. Vince Gill, I Can’t Tell You Why
  24. Doobie Brothers, Black Water
  25. Eagles, Take it Easy
  26. Eagles, Lyin’ Eyes
  27. Eagles, Witchy Woman [Request]
  28. Eagles, Learn To Be Still [Request]
  29. Eagles, Life In The Fast Lane [Request]
  30. Eagles, Desperado [Request]
  31. Eagles, Tequila Sunrise [Request]
  32. Eagles, Outlaw Man
  33. Eagles, Heartache Tonight
  34. Bob Seger, Against The Wind
  35. Eagles, Already Gone
  36. Eagles, New Kid In Town
  37. Eagles, After The Thrill Is Gone
  38. Eagles, Peaceful Easy Feeling
  39. Eagles, Seven Bridges Road
  40. Glenn Frey, The One You Love [Request]
  41. Glenn Frey, The Good Life
  42. Glenn Frey, Party Town
  43. Glenn Frey, The Heat Is On
  44. Glenn Frey, Smuggler’s Blues
  45. Glenn Frey, You Belong To The City
  46. Dolly Parton, Coat Of Many Colors
  47. Dolly Parton, Don’t Call It Love
  48. Francesca Battistelli, Strangely Dim [Request]
  49. Big Daddy Weave, The Only Name (Yours Will Be) [Request]
  50. Big Daddy Weave, Let It Rise [Request]
  51. Plumb, I Can’t Do This [Request]
  52. Plumb, Don’t Deserve You [Request]
  53. Shinedown, How Did You Love


Wes’s Musical Meltdown on XTFM for 01/13/2016

This week’s edition of Wes’s Musical Meltdown aired on Wednesday night instead of Tuesday. I swapped nights in order to catch the President’s final State of the Union address, in the slim hope that he’d say something useful and interesting for discussion fodder. Unfortunately, he did not. But, the show was a blast nonetheless.

In addition to listener requests and our usual mix, we also paid tribute to the late David Bowie with an extended set of material from throughout his career, right up to the CD he released this past Friday, just two days before his passing. Also, we caught up on some of the songs I failed to play on the 2015 year-end special.

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  1. Zac Brown Band, Beautiful Drug
  2. Zac Brown Band, Heavy Is the Head (Feat. Chris Cornell)
  3. Ashley Monroe, Bombshell
  4. James McMurtry, Copper Canteen
  5. James McMurtry, Cutter
  6. Wheeler Walker Junior, F**k You Bitch
  7. Katy Perry, Roar [Request]
  8. Katy Perry, E.T. [Request]
  9. Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band, Turn the Page [Request]
  10. Vince Gill, I Never Knew Lonely [Request]
  11. Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers, Take Me To Your Lovin’ Place
  12. Nonpoint, Breaking Skin
  13. Highly Suspect, Lost
  14. Godsmack, Something Different
  15. Godsmack, I Don’t Belong
  16. Modest Mouse, Float On [Request]
  17. Shaman’s Harvest, In Chains
  18. Nothing More, Here’s To The Heartache
  19. David Bowie, The Man Who Sold The World
  20. Nirvana, The Man Who Sold the World
  21. Mott the Hoople, All the Young Dudes
  22. David Bowie, Suffragette City
  23. David Bowie, Ziggy Stardust
  24. David Bowie, The Jean Genie
  25. Queen, Under Pressure [Request]
  26. David Bowie, Five Years [Request]
  27. David Bowie, Rebel Rebel
  28. David Bowie, Modern Love
  29. David Bowie, I’m Afraid Of Americans
  30. Tin Machine, Working Class Hero
  31. Tin Machine, Big Hurt
  32. David Bowie, Lazarus
  33. David Bowie, I Can’t Give Everything Away
  34. Lord Marshall, Chariots of Fire
  35. Patty Loveless, Lonely Too Long
  36. Big Daddy Weave, You Found Me
  37. Stereomud, Breathing
  38. Stereo Fuse, Everything
  39. Willie Nelson & Merle Haggard, It’s All Going to Pot
  40. Willie Nelson & Merle Haggard, Unfair Weather Friend
  41. Randy Rogers & Wade Bowen, Standards
  42. Randy Rogers & Wade Bowen, Reasons to Quit
  43. Ace of Base, Beautiful Life [Request]
  44. Corey Smith, Maybe Next Year (PO Clean Edit) [Request]
  45. Asia, Heat of the Moment [Request]
  46. The Kinks, A Well Respected Man [Request]
  47. Rend Collective, You Will Never Run [Request]
  48. Inkubus Sukkubus, Aradia [Request]
  49. Mark Wills, Wish You Were Here [Request]
  50. David Bowie, Heros [Request]
  51. David Bowie w/ Stevie Ray Vaughan, Young Americans [Request]
  52. David Bowie, China Girl [Request]
  53. Billy Currington, Good Directions [Request]
  54. Matt Redman, 10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord) [Live] [Request]
  55. TobyMac, Speak Life
  56. Third Day, I Need a Miracle


Updated Radio Schedule for The Week! Please Read!

Just a quick heads-up to my listeners. There are some changes to my broadcasting schedule this week, and in weeks to come. So, let’s get to it.

  • For XTFM, instead of being on Tuesday night at 9:00 PM East as normal, moving the show to Wednesday at 8:00 PM East, right after Gina’s Organized Chaos. This is a one-time move so that I can catch the President’s State of the Union address Tuesday evening at 9:00 East, as well as the Republican response. This way, we will be able to discuss it amidst all the music.
  • On The VIP Lounge, I’ll be taking on some extra shifts. Starting this Wednesday, January 13, I’ll be heard Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:00 AM-1:00 PM Eastern, 2:00PM-6:00 PM UK Time. I haven’t given the show a name, but as always, the musical format will be anything goes. This starts this week, and will go for the next few weeks, until we find more presenters who are able to fill the slot, or until I begin a new job, which will of course take priority. Remember, to listen to the VIP Lounge, as the website is still under construction, paste http://theviploungeradio.com:8000 into your media player of choice, or search The VIP Lounge on the TuneIn Radio app for most mobile devices.

Of course, stay tuned to my Twitter and Facebook for up-to-the-minute changes. Also, feel free to Start getting those Requests in for Wednesday Morning’s Show!

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See you on the radio.

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