Radio stations reporting airplay for cuts from the
Stickshift Annie and the Overdrive 2001 CD
"Out of Her Mind"

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WDCB (90.9 FM) Public Radio from the College of Dupage broadcasting to the Chicago radio market and streaming on the web at www.wdcb.org. On August 20, 2002, Greg Freerksen, host of WDCB radio show called "Blues Edition" responded to the news that Stickshift Annie and the Overdrive were breaking up with the following message on Blues L newsgroup:

"I hope everybody in this group goes on to have a great and fulfilling musical future. One of the most interesting discs to come into the station this year was Stickshift Annie and the Overdrive's disc "Out of Her Mind." This group is not traditional blues, but has its own special voice which shows blues influence. Still I played four selections on my show which tends toward traditional blues. The lyrics of the tunes involved innovative themes with jazz inflected musical figures. An extremely enjoyable band to listen to. I wish everyone well as you go your separate ways."

KEXP (90.3 FM) On April 28, 2002 at 11:36am dj Marlee Walker played Burnin Up on her "Preachin' The Blues" Sunday morning blues radio show. Thanks Marlee. Preachin' The Blues (Sun, 9am-noon)...Three hours of the best blues, soul, and R&B. KEXP - Seattle regularly programs an innovative mix of alternative rock, hip hop, electronic, roots & blues, world & reggae, jazz, and more. Through a partnership with Experience Music Project the station's eclectic music programming is expanded and enhanced to provide a richer musical experience for listeners.

WEMU (89.1 FM) NPR radio at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti MI. Stickshift Annie and the Overdrive was played on The Bone Conduction Music Show on March 24th by the bone shaker himself, Thayrone X. The show is a white hot mega blast of wig singeing Rock & Roll, hip shakin' Soul music, and industrial strength Rhythm & Blues. It is the music that moves through you like electricity, the music that uses you as lightning rod, the music that causes you to shake your tailfeather. And remember dear friends, if the good Lord didn't want you to shake your tailfeather, he never would have given you one. Listen over the web to The Bone Conduction Music Show every Sunday from 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM EST.

WICN (90.5 FM) American Roots Radio's Top picks for February 2002 - Troy Tyree hosts "American Roots Radio," which he calls, "a three-hour soundscape of contemporary music with roots steeped deep in the tradition of Folk, Rock, Cajun, Blues, Bluegrass, Country and...," every Wednesday evening from 8 to 11 p.m. on WICN (90.5 FM). If you're outside its listening area, tune in over the Internet at www.wicn.org. WICN can be heard throughout Central Massachusetts, northern New Hamphire and crosses over the boarder into Rhode Island. On a clear day, the music can carry all the way to Portland Maine, and even greet you as you disenbark at Loagan Airport! Acturally you can listen to WICN 90.5 FM anytime, anywhere in the world, on your computer!

Northwest Public Radio -True Blues - Broadcast from Murrow studios on the campus of Washington State University in Pullman, Washington, True Blues airs on NWPR stations from Montana to Bellingham.

KUFM 89.1 FM Bob Presthus, aka: bluesman@mssl.uswest.net, says "...like your album a lot!" and he has added it to his January 2002 "Blues On The Move" playlist at KUFM-Montana Public Radio/NPR-University of Montana, Missoula, Montana http://www.kufm.org. At home, at work, in your car, on a boat...Montana Public Radio can be heard throughout western and central Montana. Wednesdays from 8:30 to 11:30pm.

WRMU 91.1 FM Thomas "Teach" Kuceyeski on "Teach's Blues" refers to Stickshift Annie's Out of Her Mind recording "...I recieved it 10 minutes before showtime and played it without auditioning it first...found I didn't have to. Kickin' cd." WRMU is broadasting from Mount Union College (http://www.muc.edu/wrmu/) in Alliance, Ohio.

5EFM Victor Harbor, 3HOT-FM Mildura, BluesBeat with Geoff Pegler in Victor Harbor, South Australia mailto:bluesbeat@granite.net.au. Playlists can be viewed at http://www.granite.net.au/~pegler/

KMSU 89.7 / KMSK 91.3 FM Blues Before Monday with Mark Halverson broadcasts from the Alumni and Foundation Center on the campus of Minnesota State University, Mankato. The network serves all of south-central Minnesota and reaches into the Twin Cities Metro Area. This three hour program (Sundays, 7-10 P.M.) has been on the air since 1991, when it was conceived by Mark Halverson.

106.5 Radio Rijnwoude - Just got an email from Joost Van Steen, he's the DJ in Holland. He recieved the CD and will start playing it February 6th on, his program called "The Jazz and Blues tour." www.jazzbluestourradio.com.

WSRK 103.9 FM Listen to Mark Drnek's "Blue Light Special" Tuesday nights from 7 to 9pm in Oneonta, New York and visit Mark's web site at http://www.community-mine.com/blues. Part of the Ultimate Broadcasting Network

WGLT 89.1 FM Listen to Delta Frank spin the Blues on Friday and Saturday nights 8pm to 1am in Normal, Illinois and at http://www.wglt.org

KEWU 89.5 FM, Roger Robert, Blues Old to New show Fridays. Cheney, Washington - Featured on "Women In Blues" tribute program airing 1/18/02 on KEWU.

KSER 90.7 FM, Clancy Dunigan, "Clancy's Bar and Grill" blues show" and Leslie Fleury's "Blues Odyssey" show. Snohomish County,Washington - Thursday nights.

KPLU 88.5 FM Tacoma, Washington Robin Lloyd is playing ‘Moody Woman Blues' on her weekend show.

WBFO 88.7 FM in Buffalo, New York has been playing cuts from the CD. Thanks to Jim Santella, of WBFO-FM 88.7 Jim likes to play 'High Tech Blues'

KJLU 88.9 FM Middle America gets to hear SSA&O when Mark Smith plays the blues on his Blues Pilot Night Flight show for St. Louis, Kansas City and Springfield, Missouri.

KCSB 91.9 FM Santa Barbara, California listens to the band thanks to Leo Shoemaker, on the campus of UC Santa Barbara.

4CBL 101 FM Henry Prokop is playing the Stickshift Annie blues for Brisbane, Australia and live on the internet at: http://www.101fm.asn.au/whatson/livepage.htm.

93.7 FM Radio Fremantle Australia. Tracks from the album are being played on "Cruisin' for a Bluezin' thanks to the support of Mike J. at the Perth Blues Club of Western Australia.