I've mentioned the wonderful cabaret performer Shelly Goldstein here often. (Let me correct that -- I've mentioned the wonderful Shelly Goldstein, period, here often.) Among her many endearing attributes as a singer, writer, and performer is her otherworldy love of the '60s -- and even more specifically, as she puts it, "the groovy girls of the '60s.)
On Sunday night (that's tonight, March 9) at 7 PM in Los Angeles, Shelly's favorite radio station, 100.3 The Sound - L.A. Classic Rock, has shown impressive taste and asked her to host an hour on the air. That's great when for anyone and when it's any station, but when it's your fave rave, that means the listeners are in for a special time.
Even if you live elsewhere, you can still hear it all over that Internets thing. Just click here -- or bookmark www.thesoundla.com now so you can be all ready to go. But remember to adjust for your time zone. That'll be 9 PM start time in the Midwest and 10 PM for them folks on the East Coast. Or 2 AM if you live near Carnaby Street.
If you live in Los Angeles, you can listen to 100.3 FM on the air with one of those wireless radio things from 7-8 PM, of course.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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