See You At Nine
Music rules! Talk is minimal. Remember the 15 minute tracks you don't hear on commercial radio? You'll hear it here! All tunes are identified by name, artist, and release dates.
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Music requests are taken, prefer to receive them before the program is put together because, I use my own music collection. Send me an e-mail before Friday. Please remember, the song must be within the time frame of 1950 and 2000 and I check the lyrics for radio play.
The show was first aired fall 1980 on Saturday night from 9:00 PM to 11:00 PM. I forget when it moved to Friday.
We were talking about the radio station in the Heth Center. Our radio director, Jennifer Roth wanted a "Rock and Roll" name for this show. I didn't want to get into names, and joked calling it "see you at nine". Since it would air at 9. When I arrived to do the show, the name See You At Nine was on the program log. And it has stuck ever since.
Playlists show the diversity of music played on this program as listed below - my generation, relationships, 60s revolution, cars, cities/towns, clothes, food, years, and songwriters such as Willie Dixon.
The following playlists are significant to me: