The Road Show is a vibrant show with a lot of edge that is aimed at keeping listeners company as they close from work and head back home. The Night Café kicks off with listeners calling in to share their experiences during the day. I share work jokes just to keep the show lively and people generally calling to give shout outs.
Each day between 9pm and 10pm has a different genre of music. From Old School to Soft Rock Hour etc. From 10pm the LOVE ZONE begins. This is the biggest show element for the belt. Relationship talks and issues every individual faces on a daily basis are being discussed. At some point on the Show, listeners are given the opportunity to share their problems which listeners call in to advice or proffer a solution. The idea behind is “let’s all help one another through a difficult situation through our individual experiences.”
From 12am to 1am the last element is the Good Night Kisses. Listeners love this show element. They basically call in to literally “blow” a good night kiss to a loved one with a special message for them, also telling them to have a wonderful night rest. I also play their favorite songs as well.
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