Changing Name and Adding Your Voice

Introducing the new SPIRIT Music Team

I am so excited that we're changing the name of the Listener Advisory Board to Spirit Music Team, after all we feel like family; we share the same values and love for those we care about and we want to make a difference in the world, right?! 

A BIG DEAL:  Beginning this weekend, because I thought your song selections should be highlighted, Spirit begins a new show called "Your Favorite Songs."  Spirit will play the Top 10 songs you've selected each week on the Spirit Music Team survey.  Our little way of celebrating you and the way you're making a difference. "Your Favorite Songs" will be on Saturday and Sunday, so listen for it!  Be gentle as it's brand new and will grow.

I NEED YOUR VOICES:  Whether you're on the Spirit Music Team or have another group you get together with, I'd lke to give you a shout out and get your groups voice on the air!  You can use your smart-phone and send your "shout out" to me as a voice memo.  Send it to Scott@spirit1053.com (I may even be able to use it this weekend)!  Or you can get your group together and leave a message at 1-866-996-1053. 

Have your group or family say something like this (of course change the important-to-you parts):

  • "We're the Beckett Family, with Your Favorite Songs!"
  • "We're the Lockert Family on the Spirit Music Team with Your Favorite Songs."
  • "It's the Edmonds High School Cheerleaders, and it's Your Favorite Songs!"
  • "It's the Bonnie Lake Tigers Bowling team, with Your Favorite Songs!"

Ok, you've got the idea!  Thanks for sharing your fun.


Scott Valentine
Friend to you and Sam (and Spirit Program Director)

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  1. Roxanartist posted on 06/24/2012 05:03 PM
    Thank you! This is so exciting! Been listening all weekend. Proud to be on The Spirit Music Team!!
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