Actually that demo is pretty close. I work at an oldies, easy listening type station. Our audience is mainly over the age of 45. But this is a retirement area, and almost everybody is here is a Yankee transplant.
And we all know Yankee know nothing of barbecue, nor are they willing to learn. :-D
we just got approval from our owner to do that...I'll let you know when it happens. (long story)
But if you go by our website www.wezv.com
you can listen to a very talented woman named Gail Bliss who stars in a Patsy Cline tribute show that tours the country. She lives here and performs at the Alabama Theater. Anyway, she brought her band in the studio one morning and sang Blue Moon of Kentucky, and I recorded it.
You can listen to it on the website....I think the link is on the front page or on the pictures page. Anyway, she rocks!!!!! And she is hot!!!
Her band was fabulous..if you like bluegrass check it out.
Let's not get off topic...The address is long, I admit, but people can write it down with a pen or pencil! 45+ is perfect for BBQ'ers...except for me, Larry, Smokin' U and Fatz you all fit that deomgraphic
The control board receives the music from a computer and cd players, processes it and sends it to the transmitter. That darn cat jumped up on the console and stepped on a button, turning it off. What we call dead air.
Jefferson almost got taken back to the pound. He is not supposed to be in the actual studios anymore, unless supervised.