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This week on the Sweet and Sour Variety Hour. Some Canadian content, and some favourite songs from Darryl Graham’s facebook friends. All of this flanked by four-song sets by artists I just could not get enough of. My favourite song this week is easily “I Am Steve” by Hey Steve. Holy so good.
Here’s the file, airing live to 1.5 million human beans on the final Wednesday of March 2021 only on CHLY 101.7FM
The Sweet and Sour Variety Hour, every Wednesday morning airs live to about 1.5 million human beings, a few billion notable sea creatures, and literally trillions of bacterium. Yes, every one of these living organisms will be surrounded with the invisible frequency transmission of these songs via terrestrial radio giant CHLY 101.7 FM at 8am PST on Wednesday.
The particular music which makes up this week’s signal-shower is very dear to me. Some of it is strange. Some of it is not. All of it is wonderful.
Special mention goes out to someone named Ashton Freeman, on whom I have fervently mortgaged my home in order to place irresponsible bets on their imminent musical success.