Segarini – Radio Bob
Yep…this is Radio Bob….
“Always Music All the Time, This is Format Free Radio, Radio Bob….”
Cam is up to his eyeballs in work this week, so I thought it would be fun to post this; a Radio Programme not hampered by a FORMAT. No format, no oldies, or newies or ‘hit’ records, just GREAT, entertaining music…at least, to ME.
For the true ‘radio’ experience, start the next video as the previous video is fading out…read what’s written in between. Otherwise…just crank and enjoy.
“Kickin’ off the Show today, The Late Great, Robert Palmer…YOU, are in my System…on format free Radio Bob…”
“Grab yer Solo Cup, fire up the barbecue, Maddie and Tae tailgatein’ on Radio Bob, Always Music, all the time…”
“I might not ‘a written this one, but I sure am singin’ it. Looking forward to another Hank Williams Night tonight…are you?” Bunkhouse Bob and the Rhythm and Blues Buckaroos on Radio Bob….”
“…and speaking of Rhythm and Blues…Birmingham Alabama steps up…Saint Paul and the Broken Bones, catch them in Toronto this weekend, Saturday at the Toronto Urban Roots Festival, or Sunday, the 20th of September at Lee’s Palace. CALL ME, Baby!”
“The sun is shinin’, the birds are singing and I am Walkin’ on Sunshine! 25 degrees in Hog Town and we are piggin’ out on music…!”
“Three in a row from Radio Bob. The Headpins, Don’t it Make You Feel Like Like Dancin’, DeVinyls, I Touch Myself, and Katrina and The Waves and Walkin’ on Sunshine up at the top. Here’s Daryl Hall and Chromeo with a Hall and Oates classic, Live from Darryl’s House….You’re listening to Format Free Radio on Radio Bob…”
“…and we can’t do that without playing my favourite Chromeo track, CAN WE?”
“…It’s all about the grooves, baby…all about the feeeeeels!”
“Format Free Radio, Radio Bob…that was Fourplay, The Eagles, Tito Puente and Lee Oskar and War. …and now…the question EVERYBODY LOVES to be asked…ARE YOU READY TO ROCK!”
“…and a double shot of the best rock band in the land. Catch them on the Black Sabbath World Tour when it comes to YOUR town! Hola!!!”
“This is Radio Bob, saying Fuck the Format, Find the Music!”
Till next time….
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Bob “The Iceman” Segarini was in the bands The Family Tree, Roxy, The Wackers, The Dudes, and The Segarini Band and nominated for a Juno for production in 1978. He also hosted “Late Great Movies” on CITY TV, was a producer of Much Music, and an on-air personality on CHUM FM, Q107, SIRIUS Sat/Rad’s Iceberg 95, (now 85), and now publishes, edits, and writes for DBAWIS, osts The Bobcast every Monday night at Cherry Cola’s, and continues to write music, make music, and record.