Monday, December 1, 2008

Thrifting for Tunes — NEW DAY AND TIME!

Thrifting for Tunes moves
to a much more suitable hour for cocktails!

Sundays at 6 p.m. PST / 9 p.m. EST on

And to celebrate the move, I've put together something special
with fellow LuxuriaMusic personality,
Tothar, host of the Beyondophonic Action Hour.

The Akron-Montreal Crossover Shows!

The Green Hornet and Kato meet the Dynamic Duo...
The Clampetts visit Petticoat Junction...
Ritchie and the Fonz double-date Laverne and Shirley...
Boss Hogg downs some chow at Mel's Diner...

And now...
John T. and Tothar team up for the Akron-Montreal Crossover Shows!!!

Proving that DJs know no borders, on Sunday, December 7th,
Thrifting for Tunes and The Beyondophonic Action Hour
come together for a two-hour affirmation of civic pride!

The municipal flag waving begins at 6 pm pacific/9 pm eastern,
as Tothar drops in to host a segment of Thrifting for Tunes (on its new day and time!)... And the fun continues on The Beyondophonic Action Hour at 7 pm pacific/10 pm eastern with John T. taking over part of the action...

Metropolitan melodies, local lunacy... and two guys expounding on the virtues of their respective hometowns!

Did you know...?
  • Montoni's Pizza in the "Funky Winkerbean" comic strip is modeled after Luigi's Restaurant in downtown Akron.
  • Because of its Underground City, Montreal is often referred to as "Two Cities in One."
  • Alcoholics Anonymous was founded in Akron in 1935.
  • Montreal is renowned for its "Montreal-style" smoked-meat sandwiches and bagels.
  • Akron is the winner of an All-American City award in 198, 1995, and 2008.
  • Montreal has so many churches, Mark Twain once noted, "This is the first time I was ever in a city where you couldn't throw a brick without breaking a church window."
  • Italian-American mobster Rosario Borgio arrived in Akron in the early 1900s and established one of the first organized crime operations in the Midwest during the 20th century.
  • Montreal's Mount Royal Park was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, who also designed New York's Central Park.
The Thrifting for Tunes-Beyondophonic Action Hour
Akron-Montreal Crossover Shows...
Sunday, December 7th, 6-8 pm pacific / 9-11 pm eastern

Plenty more coming up in December
as Thrifting for Tunes settles into its new timeslot...

* * *

Can't make the new timeslot? No problem!!!
All LuxuriaMusic programs are now archived and available as podcasts, so they’re never more than a mouse-click away! To access any show, go to the LuxuriaMusic home page and select the “Podcasts” menu tab, then choose the show you want and use your web browser to subscribe to that show's podcast feed. The Safari browser has the option to subscribe directly to the podcast feed in iTunes!

No comments: