Wednesday, July 23, 2008

blog 18-rebroadcasting alo's weekday shows!!!

NEW BROADCAST SCHEDULE BRINGS SIRIUS UNDERGROUND GARAGE DJ
TO LATE NIGHTS ON WEST COAST

ANDREW LOOG OLDHAM PROGRAM NOW RE-AIRS WEEKNIGHTS AT 9PM PACIFIC


SIRIUS Satellite Radio’s Underground Garage/ 25, an extension of the critically acclaimed syndicated radio show Little Steven’s Underground Garage, will now cater to those crazy California teenagers as “The Andrew Loog Oldham Program” will air from 9pm until midnight PT on the west coast starting immediately.

For the first time since Little Steven’s Underground Garage started broadcasting on Sirius in 2004, there will be a DJ heard after 9 PM on the West Coast. Andrew Loog Oldham, the legendary manager and producer of the Rolling Stones from 1963-1967and one of the original Underground Garage DJs at Sirius, has held the weekday morning spot on the East Coast (Monday through Friday; 8 AM – 11 AM Eastern Time) since February of 2007. Now his daily show is being rebroadcast so Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle and all points west will hear his often hilarious candid observations, first-person insights, and musical expertise in the evening.

“I love all of our DJ’s but Andrew is the Govn’er,” says Little Steven. “We have him on every day because I simply cannot imagine getting through the day without him. It occurred to me recently (I have no excuse really) that the only time the west coast could hear him was 5 to 8 in the morning which is fine if you’re an actor but if you’re a relatively normal human being it might be a bit early, so here you go."

2 comments:

Marianne said...

fantastic! Thank you!!!

peter c said...

Hi Andrew

I'm a journalist from the Observer and other publications in London (also doing stuff for a cool mag in Moscow)- and a fan..

They are interested in me doing a profile on you - also writing about bands like Bomba Estereo, sidestepper - you into that stuff?

will get yr eamil from someone soon I guess..

but if you read this - do drop a line to peterculshaw@ukonline.co.uk

thanks - hope to see you

peter culshaw