APRIL 16 420 FM Station Thing
We should definitely do something with this on the blog, don't you think? - margt
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X Country, the Americana channel on XM Satellite Radio (Channel 12), will be featuring a special show featuring songs about marijuana. That's right - the "420" show is an annual tradition at X Country and features the best country-rock songs about pot.
Some of the songs from the show will include: Commander Cody's "Down To Seeds and Stems Again," Cross Canadian Ragweed's "Americana Rhymes With Marijuana," and Dash Rip Rock's "Let's Go Smoke Some Pot," just to name a few songs of the hour long set.
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The "420" show will debut during the week of April 16 and will have encore replays throughout the week. If you are interested in learning more about the show, I would be happy to introduce you to Jessie Scott, the programming director for XM's X Country channel (and a 30-year veteran in the music and radio industries).
You can reach me at (212) 576-2700, ext. 237 or at email@example.com if you have any questions.
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WHAT: The "420" show - a special hour of Americana tunes with the theme of pot
WHEN: The week of April 16, 2007
WHERE: XM Satellite Radio's Americana channel, X Country (channel 12)
INTERVIEWS: Jessie Scott, Programming Director for XM's X Country
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