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Roadies on the radio July 30, 2009

Posted by Ron Warnick in People, Radio.
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Oklahoma Route 66 historian Jim Ross passes along word that an interview by KOSU, a National Public Radio affiliate, about Route 66 will air at 7:04 a.m. and 10:17 a.m. today.

Laurel Kane, co-owner of Afton Station, also was interviewed, but she wasn’t sure whether her comments made the final cut.

The frequency will be at 91.7 FM in Oklahoma City region and 107.5 FM in the Tulsa area.

If there’s a podcast or Internet listening spot, I’ll post it here later.

UPDATE: You can listen to the podcast of “Why Route 66 Still Matters” here:

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1. FixedOn66 - July 30, 2009

This link should let anyone listen online to KOSU.
http://www.kosu.org/media/KOSU-1-24.m3u
Its an M3P link that will work with computer and many mobile devices.

2. FixedOn66 - July 30, 2009

HA! That should be an MP3 link. :-) And it is.

3. FixedOn66 - July 30, 2009

Some good points made by Laurel Kane in the KOSU story. For those who missed it I recorded the show and you can listen or download (MP3 2.6MB) here: http://tr.im/uNsi

4. Sal Paradise - July 31, 2009

Have you ever had, or thought of having a link to KDSK-FM in Grants, NM. It’s really a good station that plays a unique mix of oldies. It also has DJs who are well versed in Route 66 history, and its effect on the town and area. Don Webb’s afternoon show is based on Route 66 ‘era memories’ and is called ‘Crusin 66′. I live on the east coast but listen to the station on the Internet often, and believe it to be the last ‘real’ station in the country. But that’s my opinion. Would be a good link, and maybe a mention here now and then.


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