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Mar 4, 2011
Gary commented on Gary's blog post Dusties Party Celebrates National Women's History Month 3/11/10
"Thanks for listening. I hope you enjoyed the show. Have a great weekend,and don't forget to set your clocks forward."
Mar 12, 2010
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Dusties Party Celebrates National Women's History Month 3/11/10

March is National Women's History Month. WHPK and "The Dusties Party" will celebrate National Women's History Month, on Thursday March 11th, from 9pm-midnight (cst) Join in for the celebration,as I will salute the ladies with 3 hours worth of music,made exclusively by women. I encourage everyone to listen,but most importantly the ladies. "Dusties Party" March 11th 9pm-midnight (cst) WHPK 88.5 FM and online at http://whpk.org Request line : (773) 702-8424See More
Mar 5, 2010
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To Edie and Everyone on Out Of The Past

I would like to take a moment to wish everyone a Happy Hoilday,be safe, and wishing you the best for 2010.See More
Dec 23, 2009
Edie2k2 left a comment for Gary
"I had a ball listening to the show last night. I know those that listened did also. I love hearing new things and ran to find Zoom and Arthur Prysock. I snatched both up faster than a speeding bullet..LOL Thank you for sharing some of your…"
Dec 11, 2009
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"I just want to take the time to say thanks so much,for opening up the chat room last night. I hope the people listening enjoyed the music they heard last night. What I try do to is give a variety of music and artist that you won't hear on…"
Dec 11, 2009
Gary commented on Edie2k2's blog post This Is My Beloved-Arthur Prysock
"Wow! Thanks Edie for not only opening up the chat room last night,but that I was able to inspire you with the Authur Prysock selection I played last night. This is a classic album,and you will be surprise who few people either forgot or never heard…"
Dec 11, 2009
Edie2k2 commented on Gary's blog post "Dusties Party" Tonight on WHPK
"Okay---I wasn't expecting you to be available. Have a great show! We'll be listening ♥"
Dec 10, 2009
Gary commented on Gary's blog post "Dusties Party" Tonight on WHPK
"That will be fine,but I will not be available to enteract with anyone during the Chatroom. I will make sure to give you your props there. (promise!) Thanks! :-) Gary"
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Edie2k2 commented on Gary's blog post "Dusties Party" Tonight on WHPK
"We'll be there! I will set the show up in the Chat if it's okay."
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"Just stopping by to say hello. I see that you're making your rounds at Soulful Detroit. Keep up the good work. Later"
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"The show is also playing in the Chat: ..along with a trailer for the movie. ~E"
Oct 16, 2009
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Blaxploitation Show

I want to thank everyone for listening to the last night.If you missed it,or you want to hear it again, here's the link.http://whpk.org/temp/200910152100.mp3and check out Black Dynamite this weekend!Peace!See More
Oct 16, 2009
Gary commented on Gary's blog post Any Fans of Blaxploitation Films?
"I'm glad most of you will be listening. I must say, this is not the first time I'm doing a show like this. I will explain the details tomorrow,during the show. Thanks so much!"
Oct 14, 2009
Rebelladyp commented on Gary's blog post Any Fans of Blaxploitation Films?
"I WILL BE THERE."
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Thursdays 9pm - midnight(CST) on WHPK 88.5 FM Chicago

By the way,you can listen to me every Thursday afternoon for "News From the Service Entrance",with host Mario. 2:30-4pm (CST) It's music,news,interviews with guest,etc;

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Dusties Party Celebrates National Women's History Month 3/11/10

Posted on March 5, 2010 at 9:43am 1 Comment







March is National Women's History Month. WHPK and "The Dusties Party" will celebrate National Women's History Month, on Thursday March 11th, from 9pm-midnight (cst) Join in for the celebration,as I will salute the ladies with 3 hours worth of music,made exclusively by women.



I encourage everyone to listen,but most importantly the ladies.



"Dusties Party"

March 11th 9pm-midnight (cst)

WHPK 88.5…
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Dusties Party Tonight @ 9pm (cst)

Posted on January 14, 2010 at 12:28pm 0 Comments

What a way to start my first show for the new year. Join me tonight,as I'll do a muiscal tribute to Memphis producer Willie Mitchell, Woddy Cunningham (formerly of the group Kleer) a telephone interview with drummer Bill Curtis of the Fatback Band, and of course, my tribute to Teddy Pendergrass.



9pm-midnight (cst)

http://whpk.org…



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Happy New Year Everyone !

Posted on January 1, 2010 at 12:23am 0 Comments

To Edie and Everyone on Out Of The Past

Posted on December 23, 2009 at 5:00pm 0 Comments

I would like to take a moment to wish everyone a Happy Hoilday,be safe, and wishing you the best for 2010.



"Dusties Party" Tonight on WHPK

Posted on December 10, 2009 at 9:27am 3 Comments

Join me this evening for my last show of 2009. I will be playing a nice selection of music from the 60s,70s,and early 80s. I will do a mini- tribute to some of the artist we lost this year.



"Dusties Party"

9pm-midnight (cst) on http://whpk.org…









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At 12:56pm on December 11, 2009, Gary said…
Thanks again Edie and everyone,else for listening to the show. My next show for the New Year,will be Jan 14th.

Keep up the good work,and thanks again for the support! :-)
At 11:16am on December 11, 2009, Edie2k2 said…
I had a ball listening to the show last night. I know those that listened did also.

I love hearing new things and ran to find Zoom and Arthur Prysock. I snatched both up faster than a speeding bullet..LOL Thank you for sharing some of your collection with us my dear. I sent out a broadcast messege to the members and some did come to the chat. I also had you streaming on the Main Page simultaneously. I have your podcast up in Chat right now and will play it until your next show.

Keep up the good work and I you can rely on my support, which is well deserved!
(Plus you are my homie ) I miss being home.
At 10:57am on December 11, 2009, Shelley "SoleMann" King said…
Hey there Gary my Brother, yep, i be all over Soulful Detroit....LOL. Hope you having a great friday so far, and hopefully one day soon i can catch one of your shows
At 2:16pm on November 3, 2009, Edie2k2 said…
Hoping you are alright...
At 12:48pm on September 1, 2009, Edie2k2 said…
Are you okay Gary???
At 5:30pm on May 30, 2009, Tonya Anderson said…
Hello Gary, just stopping by your page to show some love and to also greet another Chi-Town native. Take care and have a wonderful day......
At 3:18pm on May 10, 2009, Edie2k2 said…
Thank You Gary..it has been a minute. I haven't known you long but I've really come to admire you...miss you too!

Thanks for being a part of our family here and keep up the good work dear.

~E
At 8:47am on April 26, 2009, ~Trinity~ said…
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At 7:16am on April 7, 2009, Shelley "SoleMann" King said…
This bout the funniest thing i ever seen and read...


We have to admit we have a soft spot for any record that lists the hair stylist in the credits, regardless of the era! And certainly Detroit's own Mr Tee is deserving of credit for keeping both Felix and Jarvis' jeri curls moist and fluffy on this heavy 80s groove pop soul effort....ROFLMBO
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