Bob Shares 2 Hours of Format Free Music

My first actual column of 2020 will run this coming Monday.

In the meantime, this is a recently re-discovered 2 hour program of music I put together for Cherry Cola’s Rock and Rolla Cabaret and Lounge a decade ago to play when bands or DJs wanted to take a break. I don’t think they ever used it, but it represents one way a radio station could sound if they threw the idea of ‘format’ out the door and just played some energy music the DJ felt like playing …which is exactly what I did.

Monday I will post a different ‘format-less’ block of music that is completely different in mood, atmosphere, and direction. Monday’s column will also be about Demos …and just how far afield a song can be recorded depending on how you approach it.

Chef Tom tomorrow (Saturday), Roxanne on Sunday, and I’ll be back Monday afternoon.

Play it Loud, Play it Proud.

Stay Warm, Stay Safe, and Be Well ….

The Cherry Cola Mix Number One

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Segarini’s regular columns appear whenever a Republican gets Indicted 

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Contact us at dbawis@rogers.com

dbawis-button7giphyBob “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, continues to write music, make music, and record.

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