Tuesday, February 04, 2014

No Fuzzy Road Radio Show Today

Dearest Fuzzy Roadsters-

Apologies for the inconvenience -- we regretfully inform you that that there will be no Fuzzy Road today.  Music Director Ted Leibowitz's return flight to New York was cancelled due to a snow storm, stranding him in his beloved San Francisco for one more day than planned.

Please tune in next Tuesday (2/11) for an all-new edition of BAGeL Radio's offering hosted program, the Fuzzy Road radio show (Tuesdays 3 p.m. Eastern U.S. Time), featuring the best in new psychedelic rock, garage rock, and space rock mixed with nuggets from the 60s and 70s, the foundations on which this newer material is built.

Also please tune in this Friday (2/14) for a special Valentine's day edition of the internet's longest-running weekly hosted music program, 480 Minutes, featuring the newest indie rock noise pop releases mixed with selections from the 60s, 70s, 80s, (grudgingly 90s), and this here new millennium we somehow find ourselves a full 14 years into.  There will be lots of love songs, and lots of break-up songs, because as everyone knows that just after Valentine's Day more break-ups happen than any other week of the year.  Think about that for a second -- it's true, isn't it?

February 14th is also the date on which pitchers and catchers report to several Major League Baseball spring training camps this year, something that all baseball fans can be happy about, whether in a relationship or not.

-BAGeL Radio

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