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Joshua Tree Association of Musicians and Songwriters

A division of New Moon Records

PO Box 203

Joshua Tree, CA 92252

Gig reports and editorial comments for the week Feb 8-15, 2005


Hey, hey, hey-

Great shows-

I’ve just gotta mention how great the show was at pitown last Friday. The girls had Tim Easton (incredible singer/songwriter and new JT resident) and Anne McCue (with her band, this time). My son #3, Damian, was passing through town on his way up from mexico and went with me and Roland as part of the crew. He lives in Eugene Or.., and has many places with entertainment in his town. He was amazed at the quality of the talent he saw locally while he was here, even compared to his much more musically active town. That also included ‘Saucy Monky’, a girls duo that played at the Water Canyon Saturday night. They do a high-energy folk-rock type thing with harmonies and a groove that you can hardly sit still for. Damian took home 3 new CDs to Oregon.

Anne McCue’s band had the bass player and keyboardist from her new CD; the drummer wasn’t on the record, but could have been. The band was tight as a gnat’s ass stretched over a 50 gallon oil drum (as my dad used to say). They played only essential notes behind Anne’s guitar and vocals. It was a beautiful thing, good songwriter, good band, cool place (and great sound, ahem, I might add) Anne’s is the best first record I’ve ever heard from any artist. It’s one of only 3 that folks always walk up and ask who it is and where they can buy it when I play it on the sound system at shows (I’ve actually had it for more than a year, cause she gave me a promo in LA last year before the release). That tells me a lot since I’ve always been interested in what makes people like certain music. I have noticed that no matter how technically proficient, folks only ask about music with genuine heart. There is not all that much of that kind of music.

It’s the songwriting. It’s the story. It’s the groove. It’s the melodic hook. It’s the thing that makes people’s ears perk up. I really don’t know exactly what it is, but I know it when I hear (feel) it. I hope you are getting’ your share of the good stuff that’s comin up the hill. If you are a local performer, don’t feel competition when others come up and do well. It’s cross-pollination, we all benefit from the merging of ideas. Be inspired.

I am.

Dat’s all for now…

Da prez

Ps: if you are interested, check out the Jams Political Supplement (attached). Also, this week’s ‘JAMS attachment’ is a piece about Bob Marley’s Birthday…Reggae Fans Get Up, Stand Up for a Birthday), also, 'spearing the beast' gives a good look at what is happening with social security.

Pps: as requested, we put the listed gigs and also what we could find out from the places that don’t report into a single line framework that you can print and post. Thanks to Al Murdy for that. Al will also be helping me upgrade the looks of the newsletter in the ensuing weeks. You can find the single shot gig listing at the end of the regular gig reports.


***gig reports***


**Thursday Night Songwriting, Poetry and Rhythm Club**

** Sponsored by The Sun Runner and Z107 Radio and Bulky **

Thursday Nights at the Water Canyon in Yucca Valley, 7-9 PM (starts promptly- attendance will be taken)

This week

Musical guest(s): Tommy Paul

Spoken Word- TBA

“spoken words are what most people remember best” Garrison Keiller

(If you’d like to appear on the showcase, email me (da prez) at , let me know what you do, and when you’d like to appear)


Water Canyon Coffee Company

Yucca Valley at 55844 29 Palms Highway. 760 365 7771

…This Week….

Saturday 11AM to 1PM

Jon Bertini (mando and guitar instrumentals)

Saturday 8 to 10PM

Honky-tonk Train

(Country duo-with virtuoso steel player Bill Maresh-You’ll love ‘em)


Pappy’s Upcoming Shows:

2/10: Jonathan Richman & Ben Vaughn

2/25: Cracker & Camper Van Beethoven





Enjoy the healing sounds of JT’s harmonic singers,


Experience the Hi-Desert Harmonic sounds of Arjuna with his Tibetan horn and Clive Wright on guitar.

After the performance there will be a drum and dance jam. So bring your drum and dance into the nite

Saturday * February 12 * 7 p.m. Mentalphysics 59700 - 29 Palms Hwy Joshua Tree 760-365-3170

$5 donation requested


(this is what you missed yesterday- this show is really fun)

Pappy's Originals Songwriters Showcase pappy & harriet's saloon pioneertown, ca.

Monday, Feb. 7th 6:00 pm till closing

Kathy Johnson -- singer, songwriter

Brooklyn balladeer -- Rocco

been there & done it all Mr. Fleet Smallwood

Randy Godfrey -- delta blues man

Apologies for such a late delivery on this notice ... but, I've been in Taos practicing for the X-Games. Doctors hope the cast can come off sometime this spring. jb

for booking info'


(due to me not getting’ them to him in time, the next 2 or 3 posts didn’t make it into the hotshots, so take special note!!)

Mystic Avalanche A&R Showcase Revisited! Battle of the Band finalists return for one final show. Your invited to come out and help support a new revolution in musical performance and songwriting. Bring your sisters bra and a straight razor for:

Shawn Mafia & The Ten Cent Thrills LIVE!

Sat., 02/05, 8 PM @: The Red Barn

73290 Hwy. 111, Palm Desert, CA

(760) 346-0191

$7.00 at the door.

Other acts include: Whizards /Mighty Jack/ Jekkel/ Josh Heinz/ Feisty Joe

As always, get the latest low down at ! The Hi Desert Star featured a high voltage article on Shawn Mafia & The Ten Cent Thrills, written by Jon Estey, in there Wednesday, February 2, 2005 edition. To get a copy contact Shawn Mafia: or go to Gritty, film noir rock at it's finest! Hope your feeling better Al.

(Although I am a huge fan of Shawn Mafia, the above-mentioned showcase is a promotion that charges bands to play and offers nebulous prizes like ‘recording contracts’. As all JAMS readers know, I feel that you should never pay for someone to listen to your music. I also feel that an organization or venue that charges you to play or to have your music ‘judged’ is not interested in you as an artist, but in making money only. Of course, what do I know? Still, I would recommend seeing the wonderful and controversial Shawn Mafia band whenever you can, but preferably at one of our honest desert venues, rather than supporting the proliferation of weasels.)


Radio 60

February 12, 2005 Tumbleweed Junction 58-581 Hwy #371, Suite A Anza, California, 92539 9pm-1am 951-763-0011


NOT !!!!! for couples only. Single, A, BI, A' trois young, old, happy or sad,
lonely or not, gay, straight.........come celebrate love & music with us.
REALLYSHOOO classics and classic love songs for you.
The day AFTER Fat Tuesday... TWO songs PLEASE and then hopefully a Fat
Wednesday jam. (more in ‘comments’)


**Thursday Night at Water Canyon, 2/10, 7-9 PM: Musical guest- Tommy Paul, spoken word -TBA

** Water Canyon Coffee Company, Saturday 11AM to 1PM Jon Bertini, 8 to 10PM Honky-tonk Train

**Pappy’s This week: 2/10: Jonathan Richman & Ben Vaughn –also Denque Fever, 2/11 Mike Stinson, 2/12 Hot Rods

**Fourth Ever Wonder Valley Music Festival SAT FEB. 12 6:00 'til ? at the Palms Victoria Williams—Ben Vaughn Desert Clasic—The Sibleys ---The Lisa Finnie Combo --Octomutt

**HARMONIC SWEETHEART DRUM AND DANCE, Mental Physics February 12th , JT’s Harmonic Singers * Arjuna (Tibetan Horn) * Clive Wright (Guitar)

**Beatnik Café February 9th, Reallyshoo, Hosting open mike – February 11th Peacnik at the Beatnik, D.J. Ted Quinn




Valerie Davis Showing at Crossroads Café in JT

-thru Jan and Feb.

Mandalas, Wood Mandalas, Mineral Chimes

(Valerie’s stuff is beautiful and inspiring)


Cabot's Museum Foundation presents 19 Century 3-D Slide Show

Casablanca Studio, 66321 Pierson Boulevard, Desert Hot Springs. Friday, February 11, 2005 Admission $10 Wine & Cheese at 7:00 p.m. Show 7:30 p.m.

This program covers the history of 3-D around the world from 1838 to 1900. The audience will travel back in time to view the Civil War, the Plains Indians, the 1851 World's Fair, the Paris Exposition of 1867, The London Exposition, Broadway in New York, the Gold Rush and more. Authentic 3-D photos of Abraham Lincoln, "Buffalo Bill" Cody, Ulysses Grant, Thomas Edison and Mark Twain and others will also be presented.

The narrator for this "3-D Magic Lantern Show" is 3-D Historian, Christopher Perry, who will cover the technical as well as historical elements of Stereoscopic photography. A vintage 3-D projector will be used to project the photos in 3-D on the big screen. Audience members will be provided with Polaroid 3-D glasses.

For additional information regarding this event contact Cabot's Pueblo Museum

760-329-7610 or the Desert Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce at 760-329-6403.



Ron Celona, Artistic Director for the Joslyn Center Theatre in Palm Desert, is seeking three musicians for their production of "Blues in the Night" which will be playing on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 7:00 PM and Sundays at 2:00 PM from Thursday, February 10, through Sunday, February 27. They need a keyboard player, a drummer, and a sax player for the run of the show--and no doubt for some rehearsals prior to the show opening. As you likely gathered from the name of the show, it will feature the blues--and will probably be a fun gig. Mr. Celona and the Joslyn Players have won numerous Desert Theatre League awards for excellence for their stage productions.

If you have an interest in playing for this show, and/or if you know local musicians who are both capable and potentially available, please contact Ron ASAP at 760-340-3220 ex. 107, or email him at for further information. Obviously, time is of the essence here.

Happy days to you...nights, too,




Info and Rules for playing: The Arts Council of Temecula Valley / Full Value Entertainment show May 28 2005 at the Temecula Rec Center Ampitheater

Band Info:

MUST BE A LOCAL TEMECULA AREA BAND (temecula, murrieta, wine country, anza, menifee, canyon lake, lake elsinore, deluz and fallbrook), focus is on the area youth, although everyone who writes original music should sumbit an application. The application can be filled out online at:

Last day to enter is February 25 2005, bands will be announced March 1 2005

Each band selected to play will recieve 2 raffle tickets on the day of show for the chance at winning: #1 - an 8 hour recording session at Sinewave Studios in Hemet, produced by Bill Gould of Full Value Entertainment.

#2 - an opening slot for a national touring band at Madlins or another venue produced by Full Value Entertainment.

We will be selecting all genres of music, so go ahead and apply no matter what your style is!

For more info:


Contact: Bill Gould Full Value Entertainment

26489 Ynez Road C113 Temecula Ca 92591



Big Morongo Canyon Preserve Invites you to… "Take A Hike" Saturday, February 12, 2005 o 10 AM Desert Willow and Marsh Trails

Saturday, February 12th at 10 AM take a leisurely guided Interpretive Nature Walk on the Desert Willow and Marsh Trails.

The Desert Willow Trail skirts the foot of a desert mountain, where scrub oaks, Mojave Yucca, various cacti and lichen-painted boulders hug the drier, arid slopes above.

The Marsh Trail is a stark contrast with lush greenery and aquatic plants. The cool winding boardwalk meanders under a canopy of Freemont cottonwood trees, red willows and an occasional white alder tree. The year-round streams and marshes, along the way, support dwarf willow, southern cattail and water parsnip. Look for the rarely seen Pacific Tree Frogs, as the males join in chorus and call for a mate.

Experienced docents will lead hikers on this easy, 1.5 mile excursion, taking time to answer questions, point out natural features and introduce hikers to plants such as mule fat, bulrush and yerba mansa.

The hike takes approximately two hours, so bring plenty of water, hat, sunscreen and your curiosity. The hike begins at the Information Kiosk at the south end of the parking lot at Big Morongo Canyon Preserve at 10 AM.

These programs are free to the public, but donations are welcome and can be placed in the designated collection box.

Groups are limited to 15, so make your reservation today by calling (760) 363-7190.

Future events include a hike on the Yucca Ridge and Marsh Trails, Wednesday, February 23rd and the National Trails Day Celebration on Saturday, April 12th.

Visitors are also welcome to visit Big Morongo Canyon Preserve to explore and walk the established trails as individuals or in self-guided groups.

Big Morongo Canyon Preserve is located at 11055 East Drive, Morongo Valley CA. For more directions and a map, or to see previews of the trails, please visit our website at

Thank you,

Betty Zeller, Preserve Administrator Resident Host Big Morongo Canyon Wildlife Preserve


THINGS TO COME-H. G. Well's startling vision of the future is presented Wednesday, February 9 at 7 PM. This vintage film print is uncut, and contains scenes missing from most prints. This screening will be introduced by Randy Fischer, former film critic for National Public Radio.

The Rock Garden Cafe is located at 777 South Palm Canyon Drive in Palm Springs. Admission for all shows is $6 for adults and $3 for children 12 and under. For information call (760) 365-0475


Hi Steve,

A new nonprofit organization, Skys the Limit, is working on a really cool project to build an observatory in Twentynine Palms. They've already purchased the 10-acre site off Utah Trail adjacent to Joshua Tree Nationa Park. They're going before the city Planning Commission with the site plan within the next two months.

The group is holding a fundraiser, the first ever Cactus Flower Festival, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, April 23 (Earth Day weekend) at Luckie Park in Twentynine Palms.

There will be a multitude of activities, including live music. They're looking for a variety of musical acts to perform at the event (obviously there's no pay involved since it's a fundraiser for the observatory project). They could also use someone to handle the sound, etc.

If anyone is interested, they can contact Jerri Hagman, chairwoman of the Skys the Limit committee, at her business Homestead Inn Bed and Breakfast,

760-367-0030 or her toll free number: 877-367-0030.

For more information, check out the organization's new Web site,

~Kelly O'Sullivan

P.S. Jerri has requested that you put her on your weekly mailing list. Her email is


SHOWCASE OPPORTUNITIES BMI showcases in New York, Nashville, Los Angeles and other cities across the country offer new talent an exciting opportunity to perform in a professional environment. They also provide established writers a chance to monitor new musical trends and see what's happening at the grass-roots level. Please contact your local BMI Writer/Publisher office for details about showcases in your area or visit our website at The upcoming showcase lineup includes:

Los Angeles February 7 - Circle of Songs at Genghis Cohen (740 N. Fairfax Avenue)



2/26/05 The Loft (formerly club Vinyl) in Atlanta, GA, USA

PLEASURE CLUB , w/ Sons of William, Family Force Five, & Taylor Hollingsworth

$12 for 18-20, $10 over 21+.

This is an 18 or older, general admission show. Doors open at at 9pm. Early on-sale at, starts Wednesday, February 2nd at 10am....public on-sale Saturday, February 5th at 10am.

PC on the RADIO: If you live in Atlanta or Columbia, SC turn on the radio and tune-in to 99x (WNNX - Atlanta) and Rock 93.5 (WARQ - Columbia) to here the new single, "HEY HEY HEY" from Pleasure Club's second studio recording, "THE FUGITIVE KIND." Keep your eye on the playlists and when you hear what you want to hear, don't be afraid to tell them you appreciate it!


iTunes Liquid Online Store MusicNet Online Store Rhapsody Online Store Streamwaves Online Store Buy.Music Online Store Payloadz Online Store Musicmatch Online Store Napster Online Store Wal-Mart Online Store


Hello Everyone,

I just put up a show of new paintings at the Watercanyon Coffee Company and would like to invite you to the opening reception on Friday, Feb. 11 at 7:00 PM. There will be music by various people and short comedic films by Cranial Dysfunction Productions. The show will run through March, so if you don't get a chance to come to the reception please feel free to stop by any time between now and the end of March.

Thanks, Jasmine Little

ALSO, if you'd interested in playing some music or doing something entertaining at the reception please contact me and I'd love to have you.


To all Morongo Basin/hi-desert musicians, thespians, artists, and creative souls who defy description: Please submit your arts & entertainment-related news (events, milestones, accomplishments, awards, causes, etc.) to The Sun Runner Magazine for inclusion in the bi-monthly magazine, the Sun Runner website ( and our weekly A&E radio spot, 8:30 Friday mornings on KX96-FM. Our website features the most comprehensive, up-to-date arts & entertainment calendar listings for the hi-desert, but we want to make sure everyone is included. The site is updated at least weekly, often twice or three times a week. Many visitors, residents and organizations use The Sun Runner calendar for event planning and coordination. It's been around for 10 years, and it'll be here for decades to come. Also, we are always looking for contributions from local writers, poets, photographers and artists for inclusion in the magazine. Please contact me if you are interested. Please send your announcements and news to me at:, or give me a call for more information at (760) 367-6410. Thank you, Steve Brown Publisher/Executive Editor The Sun Runner Magazine

29 Palms, CA


Hey Stev0, The Youth Club out here in 29 Palms is looking for a musician/band who would be interested in volunteering to perform for their February 25 fundraiser. The spaghetti dinner fundraiser is at Patriotic Hall, Luckie Park, 29 Palms, from 6:30 - 9 p.m. Last year Dick Dale performed for the event. If anyone is interested, please call Betty Bender, (760) 367-1604. Thanks, Shanghai


CALL FOR ART at the Cactus Flower Festival!

When: April 23, 2005, 11am to 7pm

Where: Luckie Park, 29 Palms (outside)

Why: Fund raiser for the Observatory to be built in 29 Palms, at the north entrance to the JTNParkl

Sponsored by: Sky's The Limit

Contact: JERRI HAGMAN of the Homestead Inn at 367-0030 if you are an artist interested in selling your art outside at Luckie Park on April 23 as a fund raiser for the Observatory, to be built adjacent to the north entrance of JTNP



Morongo Basin Cultural Arts Council artists Fredrick Fulmer and James Hagerty have provided a number of striking original paintings for the set of The Waverly Gallery, currently playing to full houses on Saturday evenings and Sunday afternoons through February 27, at Groves Cabin Theatre in Morongo Valley. Additional works of art include paintings by Faye Millen, provided by her son, Terry Millen, and a painting by Kathleen McGlynn. The show's Scenic Designer, Kathleen Marion, also an MBCAC member, created two additional art pieces specifically for the production. Most of these paintings are for sale, with a portion of the proceeds going to support the theater. Ms. Marion expressed her delight with the MBCAC's fostering of cooperation between the graphic and theater arts.

The Waverly Gallery is about the final years of a generous, chatty, and feisty grandmother's battle against the specter of old age. Gladys has been a socially and politically active woman and the longtime owner of a small art gallery in Greenwich Village. She is losing the gallery to developers-and her confidence to the challenges of aging. The play explores her fight to retain her independence, and also the effects of her decline on her family, especially her grandson. It captures well the humor and strength of a family in the face of crisis.

The show's author, Kenneth Lonergan is known for his trademark humor and his genius for capturing the real heart and soul of human interactions. In addition to several successful plays, including the landmark This Is Our Youth, he is the author of the popular movie Analyze This, starring Billy Crystal and Robert De Niro and also wrote and directed the highly critically acclaimed You Can Count on Me, winner of the 2000 Sundance Festival's Grand Jury Prize and nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay.

Well-known Coachella Valley director Justin Blake directs The Waverly Gallery. The production features Dr. Rainbow Casey in the role of Gladys, Kenneth White as her grandson Daniel, Jenise Fryatt and Howard Glenn-Rawley as her daughter Ellen and son-in-law Howard, and Nolan Reynolds as Don, the artist who is Gladys' last "project." Scenic design is by Kathleen Marion. Groves Cabin Theatre has won multiple Desert Theatre League awards for its high-quality productions. The 24-seat theater offers one of the most intimate theatrical experiences in the world-that experience having been described as being "like a fly on the wall, witnessing real life happening before my eyes." Several of the remaining performances are already sold out, so timely reservations are a must. The Waverly Gallery will play Saturday evenings at 8:00 PM and Sunday afternoons at 2:30 PM, through Sunday, February 27. Groves Cabin Theatre is located at 8768 Desert Willow Trail in Morongo Valley north of Highway 62 (look for the large red, white, and blue stone on the north side of the highway). Tickets are $10 ($8 for seniors 60+ and students). For additional information and reservations call! (760) 365-4523.


(there are a lot of auditions, classes, and performances for theatre and music folks listed in this week's DAN newsletter. To subscribe email


**JAMS Comments**

What Is The Difference Between a Harley And a Hoover?

The Location Of The Dirt Bag.


How Are a Texas Tornado And a Tennessee Divorce The Same?

Somebody's Gonna Lose A Trailer


(inauguration day)

"Today is Groundhog Day and the State of the Union Address. As Air America Radio pointed out, it is an ironic juxtaposition: one involves a meaningless ritual in which we look to a creature of little intelligence for prognostication and the other involves a groundhog."


HI Steve - Yes, long time....What with Winter, Weather, Work, Woes, Washed
out roads........
Enjoyed as always your editorial this week.
NOT !!!!! for couples only. Single, A, BI, A' trois young, old, happy or sad,
lonely or not, gay, straight.........come celebrate love & music with us.
REALLYSHOOO classics and classic love songs for you.
The day AFTER Fat Tuesday... TWO songs PLEASE and then hopefully a Fat
Wednesday jam. REALLYSHOOO will be reminding people to find a way to help out ALICE & ALBERT during their difficult time as he is going in for major back surgery and Alice will be going back forth to Loma Linda AND they won't be able to
play for a awful is that??? Let's help our friends. They were GREAT
last night at Pi Town, along with Mark Griffen & that awesome mandolin
player(forgive the lack of name)
Thanks Steve, look forward to seeing you soon,
E&B Shooo


My Dear Fellow Human Beans and Other Legumes,

My impending departure is fast approaching for that far away shore which began for the white man as a penal colony and for the Aborigine as a paradise. People often ask me a question to which the answer is: No, I am not of convict stock! Never fear. My antecedents, the Codys, left Ireland because of the potato famine (and the English embargos) of the 1890s. In fact, word has it that I am related to the great Buffalo Bill Cody. And that's no bull. On to the matters at hand. I am playing this week with my band at:

Pappy's and Harriet's, Yucca Valley 8pm Fri Feb 4 Dusty, Carl and Scott will be joining me, Tim Easton to open the show. Ph. (760) 365 5956 (near Joshua Tree)

53688 Pioneertown Rd Pioneertown 92268 CA

Then I'm off to Australia for March:

03 Troubadour(Brisbane)

04 Northern Star Htl(Newcastle)

05 The Vanguard(Sydney)

06 Manly Boat Shed cap

07 Clarendon Guesthouse

08 Brass Monkey(Cronulla)

10 National Hotel (Geelong)

11 Cornish Arms(Melbourne)

12 Port Fairy Folk Festival

13 Port Fairy Folk Festival

25 East Coast Blues Festival

26 East Coast Blues Festival

Yes, I'll be eating Australian Easter Eggs while I'm there. We eat them the other way around in the Southern hemisphere. If you have any relatives, friends or fiends over there please tell them about the shows.

April brings the UK and Europe to my humble universe and then I will be playing L.A. and the West Coast in May. And, Bob's your uncle, I may begin recording a new album after that.

So that's my update for now. Hope to see you soon, Cheers Anne McCue of the McCue Clan.



Hello! This is Wren, I met you last night at the open mic at Water Canyon Coffee Co. Thank you for the lovely show. I would like to be placed on the mailing list for local events.

Have a great weekend, Wren


hi steve will you put me in the loop of the songwriters, singers, poets list thank you




I finally got the GramFest Pictures done. Please pass on my apologies for the long time to get them finished. The pictures can be found on my website

I have also finished the Coyote Festival 2004 pictures. They can be seen at the same place (see below) as the Gramfest pictures.

In the "Galleries" section, at the bottom of the page.

Thanks, Dave

Dave Haworth

Visions by Dave Photographer

760.366.2537 Direct

760.898.4188 Cell


Dear Eric

May I add your JAMS newsletter to my website?? I want to attract more creative/arts appreciators to my home. (yes- by all means)

Our Guest House is on 40 acres surrounded by nearly 1,000 acres of undeveloped desert, (except for Pat and I in the Old Adobe - circa 1929- approx 300 feet away). I believe the Guest House is great for meditation, creative time, writing, practice and/or rehersal - 1,500 sq ft, sleeps 4 ...(in beds), super kitchen, new construction). Please visit to check it out if interested (we are on Morongo Road just south of Poleline, near the back gate of the Base)





Z107-7 Radio hosts the Morongo Basin Cultural Arts Council's local arts calendar 2 times a week, Wednesday and Friday mornings at 8:20. Hosted by local artist Kit Brooks.

Z107-7 present 2 hours each week of local musicians every Saturday from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm. Hosted by Mindee J. Local musicians are featured in this 2 hour show that includes interviews and some live performances. Just last week the show featured the world debut of the new album by UNHERD.

(in these days of corporate domination of the radio waves, I hope everyone in the area appreciates having a local station that is interested in local music. This is getting, unfortunately, very rare in the industry. Keep up the good work, Gary and Z107.)


Great photos of the Wild West Coyote Fest 2004! Thank you Dave Haworth!



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