Jeff Sweatman

2/26 – Stars theme & New Bowie!

“The Stars (Are Out Tonight)” is the 2nd new David Bowie track from the album The Next Day, which is out 3/12.  We’ll play it tonight at 6pm and go with a “Stars” theme for your song titles/band names/album titles on the Workday Wrap Up!  We’ll also have Harlem Globetrotters & They Might Be Giants tix to give away…

And check out Rolling Stone’s track-by-track description of Bowie’s album!

 

Every Weekday at 6pm, we do a request hour with a different theme, started by the New Song of the Day.  Here’s what actually got played among the requests tonight…

 

Workday Wrap Up 2/26/13 (Stars theme)

 

The Stars (Are Out Tonight) – David Bowie

Fade Into You – Mazzy Star

We Are All Made of Stars – Moby

 

Photograph – Ringo Starr

Stars – Switchfoot

If The Stars Were Mine – Melody Gardot

Under Cold Blue Stars – Josh Rouse

Shining Star – Earth Wind & Fire

When the Stars Go Blue – The Corrs w/ Bono

Stars – The Weepies

 

California Stars – Billy Bragg & Wilco

Give It – Stars

Like A Star – Corinne Bailey Rae (34 today)

 

 

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