Houston Radio Station running Request-a-Thon to aid Katrina victims
Songs can be purchased from the Clear Channel-owned station by calling 713-212-KTBZ. Prices range from $30-$200, depending on whether the requested track is on the radio station's regular playlist. In addition to playing the requested song, the radio station will also read the donor's name on-air.
Requests have been received from as far away as the former Soviet Union, and some donors have paid up to $1,000 to have their requests played.
Listeners can tune in and listen online at TheBuzz.com.
Posted by jkhat at September 1, 2005 01:42 PM
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|# September 1st, 2005 1:44 PM james|
|i'll list songs here as they're played, if im around.
$100 - "God Bless the USA," Lee Greenwood
$200 - "Drunken Lullabies," Flogging Molly
$200 - "Wasted Years," Iron Maiden
- "Life's been good," Joe Walsh
- "sister," the nixons
$1000 - "Back in Black,' AC/DC
$800 - Night Ranger, I missed the song
$5000 Rock of Ages, Def Leppard, requested by lyle eastham of eastham enterprises, houston, tx
Dancing Queen, Abba
$400 - Sweet Home Alabama, skynyrd
- faith no more covering the commodores' easy (like sunday morning)
- my ding a ling.
(hmm, i wonder what they'd charge for clarence carter's strokin'...)
- balls to the wall