/FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASERadio Veteran and Internet Radio Pioneer www.dr-love.com Tom Davis AKA Dr Love, Does 'Blues in the Afternoon' on WIGOAM1570 Radio 12:00-@:2:00 Est time. or go to dr-love.com.See More
Dr. Love, Founder of www.dr-love.com, is a 40 year veteran of broadcasting and promotions. He has jump-started many radio stations across the country and now has his finger on the pulse of the New Millennium as a pioneer of “Internet Broadcasting”.
An exciting experience on the Internet, www.dr-love.com is actually a radio station broadcasting from offices located on culturally rich Historic Auburn Avenue. Sweet Auburn, www.sweetauburn.com home of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Center, is also the home of the Sweet Auburn Curb Market www.sweetauburncurbmarket.com, The StudioPlex (Art Complex), The Atrium on Sweet Auburn ,The Apex Museum, The Royal Peacock Nightclub, The Auburn Avenue Research Library and many other great sites that will be promoted on www.dr-love.com.
At one time, Sweet Auburn Avenue was dubbed the “Richest Black Street” in the nation. Now decades later, dozens of businesses such as the Caribbean Restaurant, Ace Barbeque, Paradise Paradise Restaurant, Wing Leader, Pals Lounge, Citizens Trust Bank, the Atlanta Daily World and many others are still operating on the Avenue.
Favorite Blues Artists and Bands (Please list at least a few...we use this question to weed out spammers)
Hi Tom, If you not have had the possibility to visit my site I hereby give you a little tast of The Bluesmates. If you like it there is more to hear. If not, I am sorry to have taken your time.
Much respect. Grandpa_Erik
Here is my wish for the very best to you and all my LiveBluesWorld friends as we take the music of our heritage into 2009 and the 21st century.
It's an honor to be on this journey with you. ..and a pleasure to be your friend. Thank you for allowing me to be a member of the community.
..."true greats" ...are not those born with "golden spoons" in their mouths. ...but those who through "hard work" turn their own "wooden spoons" into "gold".
"...the re-emergence of blues music as serious social commentary."