Monday, January 24, 2011

Tune in tomorrow!

Your radio, that is. You do have a radio, don't you? The tv without pictures? The computer without...anything cool? Surely you have one, stashed away for emergency circumstances that arise when the power goes out. Go get it. Tune it to 1010-AM, set your alarm clocks for 7:00AM Tuesday morning, get up, turn the radio on and listen to The Hooters Nation Morning Show, featuring special guests Amy DeMilo and me. We'll be there to talk up what everyone (well, me) is already calling The Party of the Year. Of course, I'm talking about the Drag Queen Bingo event at Hamburger Mary's in Ybor City this Wednesday night, a fundraiser to fight cancer on behalf of Team Daddy-O Alley Katz.

If you honestly don't have a radio (do NOT call me for help after we're devastated by a hurricane...not that you could), or if you live outside of the Tampa Bay area (in which case I will be calling YOU for help after we're devastated by a hurricane), you can listen live by clicking here.And if you want to experience what it's really like to see actual human beings sitting at desks and talking while wearing headphones, you can watch streaming video of the whole shebang by clicking right here.

"Gee pop, wouldn't it be just swell if somebody accidentally dropped an F-bomb?"
"Accidentally? Ha ha ha ha ha ha!"
And...if you've yet to RSVP or at least learn more about the event itself, you can do that by clicking right here.
 
WIN PRIZES, FIGHT CANCER and BE FABULOUS!
Wednesday, January 26 · 7:30pm - 10:30pm
Hamburger Mary's
1600 East 7th Avenue
Ybor City







1 comment:

Dawn Morgan Elliott said...

I'm so surprised when I hear people don't use radios anymore, but then again, I'm reminded of the reasons why every time I turn the radio dial to anything other than WMNF 88.5 or WUSF 89.7 in Tampa.

I blame Clear Channel, Michael Powell, Bill Clinton and a bunch of other big business bone heads who clearly have no taste in music (or just don't care). They're the jerks who killed the radio star(s).

http://futureofmusic.org/article/research/false-premises-false-promises