[JPL] St. Louis

Jerry Pollock jerry at lesliemacleantrio.com
Sun Jul 16 00:46:48 EDT 2006


Susan,

I would start with WSIE, and contact Ross Gentile.  His live show,
"Standards in Jazz", runs Mon.-Thur. from 1-6pm.

PHONE: 1-888-325-8870


Jerry Pollock
Business Manager 
Leslie Maclean Trio
5006 N. Topping Ave.
Kansas City, MO 64119
USA 
jerry at lesliemacleantrio.com
www.lesliemacleantrio.com 
tel: 
mobile: 
816-453-5464
636-299-1869 










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Sent: Thursday, July 13, 2006 1:06 PM
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Subject: [JPL] St. Louis

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Can someone tell me the best radio outlets for jazz vocals in St.  Louis? 
 
Thank you!
Susan
 
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