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Dear friends and fans.

 

As many of you have heard, KDHX DJ and St. Louis artist and musician Bob Reuter died in a terrible accident this past Saturday. I was asked to write a few words about Bob for the KDHX website; you may read them here:

 

http://kdhx.org/about/news/bob-reuter-1951-2013

 

There really is so much more to say, but it's impossible now, really. I've known Bob since the mid-'90s; the memories and stories go on and on.

 

If you're not familiar with Bob's music or photography, I recommend his website, where you can hear and see many phases of his career:

 

http://www.bob-reuter.com/

 

I also recorded a few songs by Bob, just him and his guitar, at my apartment in Maplewood. You can hear some of those here:

 

http://soundcloud.com/stereocourier/sets/songs-by-bob-reuter/

 

Tomorrow, Wednesday, along with doing my usual mix of old and new releases, I'll be playing some of Bob's music and some of the music he loved most: gospel, country, blues and rock 'n' roll.

 

Thanks for listening; see you soon.

Roy

 

Discussion started by Roy Kasten , on 692 days ago

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