More Than A Year Ago

Alloy: A Mixture of Jazz and Progressive Music

It is hard to believe, but Alloy is now more than a year old. Wow. It seems like just yesterday I was learning the station’s sound console (thanks, Davis!), figuring out what to play, when to play it, what to say, and diving head first into the whole grand radio process. Now, a year has passed. In all honesty, it has flown by. Probably in no small part due to the fact that I thoroughly enjoy sharing music with you each and every week on both WDCV and Live365. I do hope to celebrate this milestone on air in some small way, soon. Perhaps something in the weeks ahead? By all means, if you have any ideas and suggestions, please email me. Not letting any grazz grow under my Alloy feet, I do have more things planned for the next year, and it promises to be even more eventful and exciting (stay tuned!). In addition to the artists featured above, this week’s show included a fantastic set of music honoring several major rock/prog rock anniversaries–the release of Pink Floyd’s “Wish You Were Here”, Rush drummer/lyricist, Neil Peart’s birthday, and the release of the film version of The Who’s rock opera “Quadrophenia.” See today’s playlist to find out exactly what I played. Finally, as always, if you missed the live Alloy show this week you can always catch the all-music, 24/7 “Alloy” station. Thanks for listening!