Groom to Be On The Radio Tonight

Inviting you to tune in tonight, when Patrick Asuiedu will join me on the radio. We will feature Hip-Life music from Ghana. Patrick & Lisa were married on Saturday at Avery Ranch and the reception featured lots of music from Ghana, so it seemed the next logical step would be to bring him on the radio with me. Hope you can join us:

Tuesday, September 26th 8:30-10:00pm
KAZI 88.7 FM

Two other gigs this weekend were excellent too!

Friday night, I played at Ringside at Sullivan’s for a wedding celebration for Chris & Shawn. We played lots of classic rock and even did the Tootsie Roll! Ringside is a small venue that would work nice for a smaller reception less than 75 people.

Sunday night I was at Embassy Suites North and it was really poppin’! Carlos & Beth had a great party. I played 80s music and some salsa and merengue and Gypsy Kings & Del Castillo for dinner music. Here are some shots from that evening:

Monday’s radio show featured some great R&B music, with the first hour being 80s R&B hits. Here is the playlist:
Austin Community Radio KAZI 88.7 FM
Monday, September 25, 2006 1-3pm
RJ’s R&B Mtume/ you, me, he
Surface/ happy
Jermaine Jackson/ do what you do
Eugene Wilde/ don’t say no tonight
Melisa Morgan/ do me baby
Debarge/ time will reveal
Bobby Brown/ rock witcha
Rene & Angela/ your smile
Champaign/ try again
The Jets/ you got it all
Isley, Jasper, Isley/ insatiable woman
Regina Belle/ show me the way
Babyface/ whip appeal
En Vogue/ giving him something he can feel

Corrine Bailey Rae/ trouble sleeping
Anthony David/ something about you
Freddie Jackson/ transitions
Chestnut Brothers/ travelin’ on
Luther Vandross/ so amazing
Gerlad Albright/ deep into my soul
Aaron Neville/ it’s alright
Richard Bona feat John Legend/ please don’t stop
Kerry Wilkins/ the right mood
Liyah/ for eternity
Janet Jackson/ so excited
Mojoe/ yesterday
Anthony Hamilton/ dear life Please let me know how I can help you put together the event of your dreams.


We are not put on this earth for ourselves, but are placed here for each other. If you are there always for others, then in time of need, someone will be there for you.
~Jeff Warner

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