Bernard wrote:Thanks Baudman
I like the limo version of a street bike - but how are you suggesting that we could use those visuals on BYK-FM?
matagi wrote:Bernard wrote:Two thirds of this 4000 will be aged 40-60. So our thinking is that the play list should be appealing to that 2,600 riders of a certain age, but should simultaneously be somewhat familar to that 1,400 younger than 40 - excluding the school group, who only listen to BYK-FM to hear the opening hours for the town swimming pool.
So the music that we are looking at is "timeless classics from the 70s and 80s" although no seems to know what that sounds like, exactly.
So we would appreciate your input.
Our complementary approach this year is not to play as much music but instead broadcast more interviews that we take earlier each day on the ride.
Which prompts another question - what topics will interest (generally) riders? We're thinking local zany characters, raconteurs, vegetables, general knowledge quizzes, profitable hobbies, etc etc.
What precisely do you feel should go in the box labelled "etc, etc"?
Timeless classics from the 70s and 80s ........ hmmm ........ Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Deep Purple, Moody Blues, Spandau Ballet, Ultravox, Duran Duran, Michael Jackson, B52s, The Village People , AccaDacca, Talking Heads, Australian Crawl, Midnight Oil, Men at Work, Icehouse
a special request for the full version of Jethro Tull's "Thick as a Brick"
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