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

Jeff Turton jturton at comcast.net
Tue Aug 29 17:53:08 EDT 2006

Conrats to Arturo and everyone at KUVO.

  An auspicious date to celebrate an anniversary. I'll raise a glass  
with you and toast to many more.

And with luck our beloved New Orleans and the Gulf Coast will soon  
turn the corner

Jeff Turton

On Aug 29, 2006, at 12:42 PM, Arturo wrote:

> -------------------------------------------
> 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.
> 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!"
> 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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