[JPL] I knew this day would come
Bradley M. Stone
bstone at science.sjsu.edu
Thu Jun 28 10:41:34 EDT 2007
Sorry to hear you will be leaving the P.D. position, but I know radio (and of course the music) is in your blood and you will stay with it in some fashion. We absolutely will stay in touch!
My best wishes,
From: jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com on behalf of Bouille, John
Sent: Thu 28/06/2007 07:35
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Subject: [JPL] I knew this day would come
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Well I knew this day would finally come but as of July 2nd I
will no longer be the program director and morning host at WSHA radio.
The good news is I have found another job but the bad news is it
does not involve radio.
As many of you know I was married last year and with two boys
already ages 8 and 9 and with (Big news) another baby due in October I
had to find something else.
I hope I will stay on at WSHA by doing a couple of shows (Funk
Friday) and a jazz show and some things are in the works to take the
interviews and programs that I did to the internet with Bob Rogers once
he gets his studio set up.
I have made so many friends in the jazz world along the way
friends I know I will keep in touch with.
Thanks for everything and my personal e-mail is
noroom4squares at hotmail.com ( yeah like the hank Mobley Record!)
I will be here until Monday and then pre-recording programs
through the month of July.
Thanks for so many great memories and here is to the future!
WSHA Program Director
118 East South Street
Raleigh, NC 27601
1-800-241-0421 ~ 919-546-8433
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