Thursday, December 28, 2006

big thanks to ROCKIN' radio throughout the US


Yesterday I taped a nationwide syndicated broadcast hosted by longtime SF Bay Area radio personality Paul Wells, aka "the Lobster." That's Paul pictured here. It will air in many markets the first week in January, including KFOX (San Jose, CA), WNRQ (Nashville, TN), WRFQ (Charleston, SC), WYNY (Memphis, TN), KFXS (Rapid City, SD), to name just a few. You can check out the complete roster of stations, and airtimes for the broadcast, at www.sfbayradio.com.

Radio was very good to ROCKIN'. Among much else, I was on ABC radio nationally (produced by Lucy Tauss), Sirius satellite radio (hosted by Dave Marsh), Bob Long's national Motor Trend Radio (three times), and major morning and drivetime shows at KFOG (San Francisco), WTTS-FM (Indianapolis, IN), WCSX (Detroit, MI), KMCH (Manchester, IA), WBT Newstalk (Charlotte, NC), WFDU (Hackensack, NJ), and KUT (Austin, TX), and that's just a few. Everyone was enthusiastic about ROCKIN' (each DJ had their own personal stories about cars and rock to relate) which made for great radio.

Next up, WBZ-Boston (the Jordan Rich show, for a complete night-time hour) on January 13th, which goes live to 38 states and parts of Canada.

Also can't forget to mention the inspired Wings for Wheels podcast (the new radio, you might say), hosted by David Lifton, which you can access at www.wingsforwheels.net.

Early in the new year you'll see radio coverage about ROCKIN' in connection with the San Francisco Rod, Custom, and Motorcycle Show as well as the Grand National Rod & Custom show in Pomona, CA. Then, as now being planned throughout the entire year, ROCKIN' radio tie-ins to all the Goodguys rod & custome events throughout the US.

Keep those headphones tuned in!

2 comments:

Dave Lifton said...

Thanks, Paul.

I should point out that our conversation can be found by clicking on the Episodes link at the top of the page and finding Episode 11, or go directly to the blog post by clicking here.

About Health Blog said...

Everyone was enthusiastic about ROCKIN' which made for great radio.