August 12, 2008

Stark: Wholesome, Family Fun

It's hard to believe that Paul Stark would ever leave the "Ska's the Limit" imprint, which he's been a part of the better part of two-decades. The longest-running ska show in THE WORLD will have new stewardship, while Paul's moved on to a new endeavor on KDHX. Always a solid promoter of his efforts, and those of friends, Paul sends along a note about his new radio gig:


The live debut is Saturday August 16th at 8-10 am on 88.1 FM.

Like all the other shows on KDHX, each episode will be available to listen to on the Internet for fourteen days at

The new show is called "KDHX Musical Merry-Go-Round". The show's host "Grandfather Stark," has been the host of another KDHX show, "Ska's The Limit" for the past fifteen years and is ready to present a new format to KDHX listeners.

For decades, Grandfather Stark has been sharing fun "family-friendly" music from the past hundred years with his grandchildren. He's now ready to share with your family.

Intended by design to not strictly be a "kids show", Grandfather Stark will be playing music that can be appreciated be anyone of any age.

With our unique, valuable resource of KDHX many programmers and volunteers' personal music libraries to draw from, we're ready to present something unusual that we're sure you'll enjoy.

Please let us know what you think of the first show this Saturday,

Grandfather Stark
KDHX Musical Merry-Go-Round

Posted by Thomas Crone at 10:07 AM | Radio & Webcasting
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