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All-Duets Show on Memphis to Manchester this Thursday (2/13)

For some inexplicable reason, the all-duets show I did last Valentine's Day got more positive response than any other show I've done. With that in mind I figured why not try it, again? I'll try not to repeat anything from last year unless it's just too damn good to leave off. So, imagine in some booming announcer's voice the following - "Memphis to Manchester will be playing nothing but duets this Thursday (Feb.13th) from 7-10 AM C.S.T. on the finest radio station in St. Louis, the Midwest, and beyond, 88.1 KDHX. You won't be in close proximity to a radio but have Internet access? Well, we have a solution for you. This program will also be on-line at kdhx.org. Memphis to Manchester will have the love if you have to travel. We're talking 50,000 watts of songs guaranteed to make your heart palpitate wildly. It's the Memphis love train, baby!"

Discussion started by John Wendland , on 727 days ago
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East Side Slim
I know someone who would be more than happy to make a "nothing but duets" announcement. However, like Roy, sulty my voice isn't. But, image Sheri Danger's voice saying "there's no sexy like M2M sexy". Something to think about... :-)
727 days ago
 

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