So there’s this big dispute in Syracuse, New York about what to do with the aging elevated I-81 highway through the middle of the city. Some have proposed burying it a symbolic 81 feet underground. Others say it should be closed and I-81 should be looped around on what’s now I-481.
Believe it or not, we’re actually working frantically behind the scenes to get caught up once and for all here at Toppy, so that (a) we’re posting the correct batch of IDs the Wednesday after the corresponding photos show up over at Site of the Week on fybush.com, and (b) we’re editing those IDs down right away after each trip and not still trying to pull stuff from a year or more ago. (Not that I’m not enjoying reliving our late-August excursion to Rehoboth Beach last year or anything…)
And we’re getting closer. Here’s a big batch of Ohio and Indiana markets that corresponds to several recent Site of the Week installments – from our Mansfield and Across Indiana editions, we have IDs from the Mansfield, Ohio, Lima, Fort Wayne, Muncie-Marion IN, Kokomo IN, Indianapolis, Terre Haute, Danville IL and Lafayette IN markets for you this week, with a lot more coming soon!
I’ve been doing some consulting work down in Amarillo TX the past couple of months and make a triumphant return to Tophour with a full market sweep. Good luck pinpointing the actual ID in the 93.1 KQIZ one.
Thus far, 2017 travels took me around the country. Here’s new audio from Phoenix, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and Riverside. Then, we rep the PNW: Aberdeen (Washington), Longview/Kelso, Olympia, and Seattle/Tacoma. Another trip took me out east to Hartford and Springfield, MA. Finally, I added a new homebase (Fort Wayne) ID. Enjoy the new sounds. (Hint: Listen to the KGGI ID in Riverside to find out why I titled this post…)
Oh…you thought this was about the “Oldchella” concert with McCartney and Dylan and the Stones?
No $600 tickets here, just lots of audio catching up from our April 2016 pre-NAB jaunt that included stops in Palm Springs (just down the road from Coachella), San Diego (and nearby Mexico) and the always-popular Barstow-Victor Valley market.