16 years is a long time. As I noted recently, when UIC radio started in February of 2000, Bill Clinton was President, Lady Gaga was 13, and most of my fellow DJ’s at the station were not quite ready for kindergarten. Since I work at UIC, I have been able to continue doing my show for all 16 of those years, and it has been a rewarding experience. I hope you will continue to listen and I will do my best to uncover great music, old and new, that I think you should hear. Without you, there is no show, and I appreciate you all. As year 17 begins, I will be on the air today, the last day of February, featuring the music of LOU REED, THE WHO, THE BAND, and LE BUTCHERETTES. The featured albums are both by STEVE EARLE, his debut “Guitar Town” (released 30 years ago this week in 1986), and “I Feel Alright” (released 20 years ago this week in 1996). I hope you can join me today, 12-4 PM CST at http://uicradio.org/ !