Zine editor's Legends Net Radio show...
- 16 Year New York City Radio Veteran moves to new Internet Radio station with
Evan Ginzburgs Legends Wednesdays 8-9PM EST on www.riotradionetwork.com
This Wednesday night 1/17/07:
Legendary R&B star Wendell Holmes (Alligator Records The Holmes Brothers)
Pro wrestling great JJ Dillon- manager of the Four Horsemen
Dr. Mike Lanos MMA update
New York, NY January 3, 2007 When former Pacifica Radio DJ Evan Ginzburg promises a different legend each and every week on his new radio show, he plans to deliver.
Over 16 years at New Yorks 50,000 watt WBAI-FM, he interviewed such superstars as Cyndi Lauper, film icon Fred The Hammer Williamson, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Lloyd Price, Ultimate Fighting ace Royce Gracie and wrestling champions Bruno Sammartino, Lou Thesz, Verne Gagne, Fred Blassie, Eddie Guerrero, Killer Kowalski and innumerable other greats. He also provided radio exposure to countless musicians, writers, filmmakers, comedians and performance artists deserving wider exposure.
With Evan Ginzburgs Legends he continues the tradition.
If youve missed Legends radio, youve missed these great stars: Captain Lou Albano, Jimmy & Johnny Valiant, Lanny Poffo, Outback Jack, Greg The Hammer Valentine, Danny Hodge, Killer Tim Brooks, Les Thatcher, adult film legend Seka, Noel (Lois Lane) Neill, King of the B Films- Conrad Brooks, Ed Kookie Byrnes (77 Sunset Strip), Warrington Gillette (Jason- Friday the 13th), the top wrestling journalists in the world & many more tune in each week
Can't catch it live? The show will be archived throughout the entire week following the live broadcast for your listening convenience in the www.riotradionetwork archives.
Evan Ginzburgs Legends will change the face of Internet Radio. Log onto www.evanginzburg.com, www.wrestlingthenandnow.com and for more info.
Evan Ginzburg, host Evan_ginzburg@...
ARCHIVED 24/7 at www.riotradionetwork.com
UPCOMING ON EVAN GINZBURGS LEGENDS
1/24/07 Comedian Dobie Maxwell
Dobie Maxwell, a.k.a. "Mr. Lucky, " has been touring North America as a professional standup comedian since 1985. During that time, he has appeared in all 48 lower continental United States and all across Canada in comedy clubs, colleges and concert halls. Dobie has performed with Drew Carey, SNL's Dana Carvey, Jeff Foxworthy, Rosie O'Donnell, Jerry Seinfeld, Jay Leno and many others. He has appeared on the Oprah Winfrey show, Entertainment Tonight and even hosted his own show for two years in his hometown of Milwaukee.
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