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Saturday, January 25, 2014

And now for something silly

Posted By on Sat, Jan 25, 2014 at 12:43 PM

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Deejays with 103.7 The Buzz
, aka the show with no name, recorded a song this week in which the they warble about their yearning to be on the cover of the Arkansas Times. Their Dr. Hook ripoff was inspired, station marketing director Matt Couch says, by an on-air conversation about Dawn Scott's appearance on the cover of the Jan. 2 "Natives Guide" issue. 

Unlike an appearance on the cover of Sports Illustrated, being on the Times cover brings only good luck and prosperity, so I can understand why the Buzz cutups would want to be there. Well, the blog is a start.

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