Thursday, June 12, 2008

Turn the Radio Up!

"...for that sweet sound!" Come on. Like you don't remember Eric Carmen.

Just wanted to let everyone know that Taylor will be chatting with Corm and the Coach (101.3) tomorrow morning at 8:05 (TJ is to follow so don't miss it!) THEN at 9:10 he'll be visiting the other side of Colchester and speaking with Charlie and Ernie! (WVMT am 620)

so... "Turn the radio up!"

1 comment:

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