Archive for August, 2011

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Hear the Conclusion of popGeezer Radio’s “Talking ‘Bout A Revolution: 1968-1969″

Updated 8/26/2011: popGeezer Radio will re-broadcast “TBAR: The 1960’s” from August 24th through the 27th. check the pGR website for details.
 
PM Update, 4/26/2011: While PlanetZ102.com did complete airing the series with an encore last night, we’re still out of sync with our friends at JDX1029.com. 
Later this week, we hope to be able to confirm if [...]

popGeezer Radio Presents Part Three of “Talking ‘Bout A Revolution: 1966-1967″

Updated 8/25/2011: popGeezer Radio will re-broadcast “TBAR: The 1960’s” from August 24th through the 27th. check the pGR website for details.
PM Updated, 4/26/2011: We missed the JDX1029 gangplank by mere minutes on Sunday the 24th.  Part 3 will air on JDX1029.com on Sunday, May 1st.  Clap for us like Tinkerbell ’til then, okay?)
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It’s week 3 of [...]

The Second Part of popGeezer Radio’s “Talking ‘Bout A Revolution: 1963-1965″ Premiers!

Updated 8/24/2011: popGeezer Radio will re-broadcast “TBAR: The 1960’s” from August 24th through the 27th. check the pGR website for details.
Original April 9, 2011 post:
Premiering on both PlanetZ102.com & JDX1029.com, the second of our four-week audio retrospective of the 1960’s airs this weekend.  Episode two is subtitled “1963-1965: Camelot Falls, Liverpool Conquers“.
The show covers the [...]

popGeezer Radio’s “Talking ‘Bout A Revolution: The 1960’s” Premiers This Weekend!

Updated 8/24/2011: popGeezer Radio will re-broadcast “TBAR: The 1960’s” from August 24th through the 27th. check the pGR website for details.
original 3/31/2011 post:
Last summer, popGeezer Radio presented a ten-week series about the music of the 1970’s, “These Were The Seventies“.  This weekend, on our pGR network stations, we premier the “prequel”, “Talking ‘Bout A Revolution: [...]

What I Watched On My Summer Vacation

 
As I’m sure I’ve mentioned at least once, I teach high school. That means for two months – from the end of May to the beginning of August - I am free from the chalk dust and the florescent lighting, free from the rigid schedule and mindless state-mandated busy work, free from the whining of spoiled [...]

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