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I have been witness to a lot of changes over my 45 year radio career. Change is inevitable. It can be painful or exhilarating, but if viewed from the right perspective, it can also be a great teacher. This show is a place for you to share your stories and perhaps inspire someone else looking for answers. No one goes through change in a vacuum.

There are always lessons at the end of the road.     


Jan 20, 2020

"Alone Again Naturally" 

In 1972 he was the biggest selling solo artist in the world, outselling even Rod Stewart and Elton John. As he prepares for his first first extended American tour in decades, we look back at how he has dealt with the many changes that have come his way.

Jan 1, 2020

Happy New Year from the sumptuous Dave Scott studios in magnificent Molalla Oregon!  Time for a quick look at the decade ahead

Dec 16, 2019

Shel Bailey is a disk jockey searching for the perfect job.  Despite encountering a few interesting detours along the way, she soldiers on.

Nov 11, 2019

Maybe it is because I recently had a friend die.  Perhaps it has something to do with my Mother in Law passing away last month.  I am sure Tom Petty’s unexpected death last year might be playing a part.  Then again, it could be nothing more than the fact that I am 65 years old and aware that I have fewer years ahead...

Nov 1, 2019

In another lifetime, I played drums in a band called “Whalebone”.  Our lead guitarist/front man was a dynamic showman by the name of Dez Dickerson.  After leaving the band in 1974 to pursue my newfound radio passion, Dez hooked up with an up and coming phenom named Prince.  It has been fun, over the years, hearing...