Thursday, April 10, 2008

I Was On The Radio...

...yesterday morning! Dilara, Chris, and I were guests on the CD101 Morning Show to talk about the Columbus City Sampler. Even though our time was short, it was a blast! CD101 has an awesome space in the Brewery District; I had never been to their studio before yesterday. I was surprised to see that the "Big Room" wasn't as big as I had imagined.

1 comment:

muthu said...

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