Yes, DJ. Alice Cooper does a radio show here in the Basin
(I guess it's syndicated nationally, but he lives here), and I like listening to him because he plays some interesting music that you usually don't hear on the radio. Or, at least, I
don't usually hear it on the radio because I don't often listen to the radio. Tonight I was only in the car for a few minutes, and he played Bob Seger's "Get Out Of Denver,"
which I had never heard before but loved. I'm not a huge Seger fan, but this is a cool song. He followed it up with a funky disco-like tune. Have you ever listened to a song on the radio and you find yourself singing some of the lyrics because you know you've heard the song before but you can't remember what the song is or who sings it? I was singing along to this song that Alice spun, but I couldn't remember what it was! Then, just before the chorus gave it away, I recalled that it was the Kinks singing "Superman."
Man, I like that song, but I hadn't heard it in probably 15 years. Then I got home so I stopped listening to the radio. But whenever I listen to Alice, he plays cool stuff like that. Plus, he's always telling interesting stories about his life in rock and roll. So yes, he's a good DJ. I don't know where he's on in the country, but check him out if he's in your area.
Labels: Alice Cooper, Bob Seger, Kinks, On the radio