[JPL] Re: Today jazz89 KUVO turns 21, Yeah! we're legal.

Al Karia jctrane at gmail.com
Tue Aug 29 16:13:41 EDT 2006


congrats to KUVO from all the jazz fans in Colorado and beyond!
     gene abkarian   krfc ft collins

On 8/29/06, Arturo <arturo893 at qwest.net> wrote:
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> It was on August 29th, 1985 that jazz89KUVO, "The Oasis in The City"
> broadcasted for the very first time. It was from a makeshift studio with a
> board a local commercial AM radio station had thrown away, it was in a room
> that had egg cartons on the wall pretending to be an on-air studio. As good
> fortune would have it, the FCC gave this day in history to be our first day,
> serendipitous for a jazz station since it is the day Charles Christopher
> "Yardbird" Parker was born.
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> This Thursday the 31st we will have our official coming of age party with
> our own wine brand and others in a wine tasting party with Colorado beers
> other than the most famous one, gourmet buffet, over 200 hundred invited
> guests-major donors, studio and music club members, listeners and others. We
> will also present the Winard Harper Sextet live in our Oasis Performance
> Studio with Bösendorfer piano. You can listen to their performance via our
> CD quality stream,
> www.kuvo.org at 7:30pm, MTN time.
>
> Paraphrasing the old Virginia Slims cigarette ad from TV, "we've come a long
> way, baby!"
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> Arturo Gómez
> Music Director, jazz89KUVO
> The Oasis In The City
> Colorado's First HD FM Radio Station
> Celebrating 10 Years of Live Performances!
> 2006 & 2005 Jazz Station of the Year!!
>
> PS On a sad note we all know that 8-29-2005 was the day jazz's birthplace
> was changed forever.
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