[JPL] Following Ed T's lead.......

Jackson, Bobby Bobby.Jackson at ideastream.org
Mon Mar 5 11:52:45 EST 2007


Ed and Arturo,

Thanks but I've always thought I had a great "face" for radio.  :)

Aloha,

Bobby

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 I'm just curious and need to ask each JPL'er this question?  Who do 
 you think could possibly fit the bill as an alternative spokes person 
 or syndicated radio host for this music?  Someone that would also 
 generate interest in the majority population other than a jazz 
 oriented personality?

Ed responded <<<<< I nominate Bobby Jackson. >>>>

Like Smokey Robinson, I second that emotion and motion.

Arturo

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