Who’s Better? The Who or The Doors? (See what I did there?)
Hey it’s Chris Miles filling in for Tim Thomas, hoping your enjoying your weekend. It’s kind of hard to believe we’re only 6 days away from Valentine’s Day, with this long January we’ve had and all. (or at least that’s what a recent meme I saw said). Anyways, I just wanted to thank you for listening and supporting our station like you do.
Since I love playing games so much, (both the tabletop variety and pinball) l have a thought for a new game we could play and I wanted to swing it by you. I was thinning about taking pictures of everyday objects and having you guess what they are. These pictures would be with an extreme close up view. This way it would be harder to tell what the object was from first glace.
What do you think?
Should we try it? Let me know in the comments below or by sending me an email to [email protected]
I hope you have been enjoying the “Unscientific Polls” I have been doing, please feel free to send any bands or artists you’d like to see go head to head in an upcoming poll. Also send me any comments you have as well.
On this date in music history:
2006 – David Bowie was awarded a Grammy Lifetime Achievement award. It would be his second Grammy. His first was for the “Jazzin’ For Blue Jean” video in 1985. He would win four more Grammys posthumously for the “Blackstar” release. Making a total of six Grammys for the English born singer, songwriter and actor.
February 8, 1977 – Dave Farrell, bass (Linkin Park)
February 8, 1961 – Vince Neil (born Vincent Neil Wharton), vocals (Mötley Crüe)
February 8, 1950 – Michael Goodroe, bass (Motels)
February 8, 1943 – Creed Bratton, guitar (The Grass Roots)
February 8, 1948 – Dan Seals, vocals, guitar (England Dan & John Ford Coley) (d. 2009)
Enjoy your weekend – Chris Miles