Thursday, June 23, 2005


Summer shows launch

On the June 23 show, Walter Stewart is bound to be our guest after two problematic attempts. Walter is a rock-war veteran, having been in the music business since the 1960s. Today, he knows all the “where-are-they-now” acts as well as he knows where many of the skeletons are buried. Not only that, he will tell us, hopefully, why the music industry was burying skeletons.

It is officially summer and that means Thursday nights become more dramatic and dangerous, leaving a voracious appetite for alternative broadcasting options. That’s where we come in. Cotolo Chronicles was here before the blogs, before the onslaught of internet talk radio and before the podcasts. This means, among other things, we have more than just entertainment on our minds. From our tattered beginnings, before we had a network of interested ‘net stations, we miffed everyone by telling the hard-boiled truth about the digitial lifestyle. Now, we seem set adrift in the sea of program vehicles that navigate with abandon and other sinister passengers.

So this summer, make your Thursday nights available for news, information, conversation and insubordination with the program that originates from your computer and echoes on your iPod, Cotolo Chronicles. And keep checking this blog for information on upcoming guests—celebrities that are on no other internet show—and for other things.

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