Going Live On Terrestrial Radio

It was an exciting time for me and Zo. We had just landed a gig on terrestrial radio through Eddy Duran, something we had been dreaming of since we first started the Bud and Roach Show. Our new show, “Pale Blue Light Radio”, was a real-life interpretation of the artistic concepts we had explored in our TV pilot. It was a chance to bring our creativity to a wider audience, and we were determined to make the most of it. Every Saturday morning, we made our way to the studio in midtown Manhattan, walking from the 34th Street subway stop. The air was crisp and the sun was shining, and we felt like we were on top of the world. It was a thrill to be doing live radio in New York, a city that we both loved and called home. We were careful not to curse on air, something that had been a challenge for us in the past. But we had worked hard to clean up our act, and we were proud of ourselves for being able to make it through the broadcasts without slipping up. Our listenership grew steadily, and we were thrilled to hear from fans who had discovered us on the radio. It was a real validation of our hard work and creativity, and we felt like we were on the cusp of something big. But as quickly as it had come, it was over. The station was purchased by new owners, and our show was gone with it. It was a crushing blow, and we both felt the rise and crash of emotions that come with a project that doesn’t take off. But even in the face of disappointment, we remained determined to keep going. We knew that this was just one setback in a long journey, and that there would be other opportunities for us to share our creativity and connect with our audience.

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