No Mosen Explosion today

Hi everyone, unfortunately I’m not able to bring you The Mosen Explosion today. Looking forward to being back with you soon, have a wonderful week.

March 4 Show Canceled

SnowWhiteFM for March 4 was canceled. It was the perfect storm. It's just that none of us appreciated it that much.
Steve came down ill just moments before the show, and wisely decided to take the night off.
And, at sign on time, we discovered that a serious computer malfunction had managed to trade around some of the installed drive letters. So, our music was on a different drive than our library expected it should be, which meant that it could not be played.
All of that created a regrettable mess, which prevented the program from transpiring this week.

It's time for the last of the summer kombucha, on The Mosen Explosion

Much as I complain about daylight saving time causing holes in the fabric of the space/time continuum, it’s kind of cool that during a relaxed New Zealand summer, the difference between New Zealand on daylight time and the US on standard time means that I do the Mosen
Explosion at 8 AM on a Monday morning. Positively civilised, I tell you, especially during my month of relaxation over Christmas.

Oh Lorde, watch out for the Green Light in the Shed.

The green light means go!
So from 11pm Eastern later on this Saturday, that’s 5pm Sunday in New Zealand and 4am Sunday in the UK, let’s all go and meet in the Shed.
It’ll be four fun filled, or is that four scary filled hours of music.
As you know I never do what I’m told, so I don’t stick to a format. I play whatever I want, and a lot of that is whatever comes into my head at the time.
If you’d rather control what I play then I guess I can handle that, but first I have two conditions.

New Promo, Usual Come By The Hills!

This week I finally decided to get to work on a new promo for Come By The Hills, but even though the promo is all new, the show is still the same, or nearly so at any rate. Because next week is going to be the St. Patty's day episode, I decided to keep this week's episode pretty low-key.

Chuck Berry part 1 – 1955-56 this week on The Juke In The Back

Juke In The Back” focuses on the “soul that came before rock n’ roll,” the records that inspired Elvis, Buddy Holly, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and countless others.

Friday gets funny in less than 8½ hours

It's Friday! and it gets funny at 9 PM Eastern Time on Mushroom FM the home of the fun guys!
I guess I passed the audition last week because I'm hosting Funny Fridays again tonight.
You'll hear commedy from around the world including the next installment of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy at 11:28 (approximately).

Phone in with your take on self-driving cars, on A Cuppa at the Mosens

If the Beatles had been writing today, Paul might have been inspired to write a song called “Baby, your car can drive you”. But perhaps it doesn’t have the same ring to it…

As blind people, we’ve all experienced the frustration of access to cost-effective transportation. How many times have you mumbled under your breath that if you could only just get in your car and go somewhere, your life would be so much better?

We're Going Welsh This Week on Come By The Hills!

St. David's Day is coming up on March 1, so as I've done with other Celtic national cultural days, I'm going to do a mostly Welsh music episode of Come By The Hills this week. St. David was a monastic of the sixth century who founded a community at Glin Rhossyn (the valley of roses) in what is now Pembrokeshire in Wales, and he has been taken as the country's patron saint in a similar manner to how St. Patric (himself probably also a Welshman) was adopted in Ireland.

The Shed is about to rock!

Or is that roll, or sway, or dance, or boogie, I’m never too sure....
One thing I do know, 11pm Eastern is almost here.
Saturday night is not yet over, and the Shed is about to open.
If you’re in the UK, and you want your night to continue then tune in at the top of the hour, that’s 4am.
Oh yeah, and New Zealand, it’s almost 5pm, so if you want to drown your sorrows after last night’s poor excuse of a cricket match, then also tune in.
And to everyone else, well, just, um, tune in at the top of the hour!


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