February 7, 2009
I have some very crazy friends, especially in the Old West arena. Just got this from a certain artist. His name rhymes with Thom Ross:
Read this over and let me know your thoughts.
I was working with Guy yesterday down at the studio.
We got to talking about one of our heros, Norman Eugene "Clint" Walker, famous for his role as "Cheyenne Bodie" in the television show of the same name.
We decided that in these times of hardship we would start a daily, 3-hour radio talk-show dedicated solely to discussions and commentary about the television show, "Cheyenne."
We would host the show and, after singing the theme song to open the program, we would then handle calls from the vast listening audience.
Though we will not be seen by our audience, we would, of course, be dressed in a similar fashion to "Cheyenne."
I would like to think that Rusty would act as a guest/host on some of the programs.
We think this is a real winning concept.
No one has ever tried this before.
And before you poo-poo the concept, remember this:
We will be on the air even on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day!
Rock solid concept, boys, and neither Guy nor I can find a flaw in the idea.
We may need some investment capital to get this off the ground, but I wanted to give you guys a chance to get in "on the ground floor."
Where will you be camping tonight?
Cheyenne, lonely man......."
We will be making a full proposal to the local radio stations sometime next week.
"What an elder sees sitting; the young can't see standing."
—Old Vaquero Saying