Tuesday, July 25, 2006

On the Radio...

Lots of concerts in my life these days. Two weeks ago I attended Donna Summer's concert, then this weekend I went to the Jazz Festival at the newly opened Bethel Woods Performing Arts Center. I got to hear Diane Reeves, Chris Botti, Billy Childs and Wynton Marsalis. Last night I enjoyed live jazz right here in Hartford, CT as the Monday Night Jazz Concert series held in Bushnell Park.

This Friday I will be interviewed on a local public station near my parents' home. Kathy Rieser hosts the Out Loud & Queer program. I will be her guest for the show on Friday, July 28, 2006 from 10:00 PM - 11:00 PM (I believe that is GMT -5) for you international types.

I will do some excerpts from a few of my shows, tell funny and serious stories and I hope share some music from really cool queer artists.

You can listen to the show through the magic live streaming by going here on Friday night. (go to the top right and choose MP3 or Real Audio)


At 3:30 PM , Blogger Contemplative Activist said...

Wow - sounds like a lot of fun! You have good taste in concerts Peterson.

Will those of us who fully intend to be in bed at 5amGMT on Saturday morning be able to listen to an archive of the program? As much I love you, I don't think anything could wake me up that early!


At 5:10 PM , Blogger CrackerLilo said...

Wow, such a lot of music! Hope you enjoyed it all! :-)

At 5:48 PM , Blogger Peterson Toscano said...

Sorry CA, Kathy has no podcast at present. It would be a cool thing if she did. I love her show.

So no problem that you won't get up early for me. I will re-enact the entire show for you when I see you next month. :-)

At 10:33 AM , Blogger Heath said...

You saw Donna Summer!? I'm soo jealous!! :(

At 11:08 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great show!

So, do you ever worry about outnumbering a lone interviewer when you drop by with all your personalities?

At 11:27 PM , Blogger Peterson Toscano said...

Steve, the interviewers love it. They just sit back and I talk to myself.


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