Maine Internet Radio Blog for Week of September 2, 2020
How is it possible that September is already here? That was a quick summer, it always is here in Maine. Busy bees here behind the scene at MIR as we have added a couple of new sponsors and been working on new programming and ideas for promotion.
First of all, you know that we cannot survive without local sponsorship. Maine Internet Radio is so happy to welcome Black’s Heat Pumps of Glenburn Maine to our family. Sam Black will make sure you are nice and warm this winter and comfy cool next summer with an energy-efficient heat pump. Some pretty impressive rebates and excellent financing terms are available. Sam is outstanding. I’m sure you will be impressed. We are so glad he is here helping to make Maine Internet Radio possible.
Also, please welcome Michael Griggs and Pine Tree Solar of Hermon. I have known Mike since he was a kid, and he has always been a hard worker and a person of integrity. Pine Tree Solar is working to help you basically eliminate your electric bill. Imagine going solar, what a great investment in your home. You don’t have to wait because it’s now more affordable than ever. Make sure to visit their website and get a free estimate.
Steve G. has another great holiday weekend show lined up. He is counting down the top 100 of Labor Day 1971. Maybe one of the best years of music ever. You really need to check this one out. Steve always puts his heart and soul into his shows. We are so proud to have him as one of our programmers here at MIR.
We are going to be counting down the top 100 songs from the chart of Labor Day 1971. We’ll hear 4 songs that made it to #1 and another 19 songs that made the top 10. For every song like “Maggie May” by Rod Stewart, there will be a song from deep in the library like “Desdemona” by The Searchers. It’s going to be a lot of fun. It starts at 10 am on Saturday and is repeated at 4 pm on Sunday. This Labor Day weekend on Mainely ’70s, or download the Live 365 app and search for Mainely ’70s.
Yours truly has revived the long, long “Departure” on Fridays from 6 pm on. That airs weekly on Mainely Alternative. I’ll have more about it next week. We are looking to start up a new video channel for Maine Internet Radio, too, so stay tuned for details!
Have a great rest of your week.
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