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Older, but still loves to rock

Hey KSNO, I like my music fast, hard and heavy, and I’ve heard plenty of it. It has never, to my knowledge, made a cat explode. What are you doing worrying about people’s cats anyway? You’re a radio station.

You say that you are catering to an older audience. I’m closer to 50 than I am to 30, and I think that your new format sucks. I had hoped that I would never have to suffer through another Phil Collins song again, so imagine my surprise when “The Sound” started to pollute my airspace.

I listened to ’70s music in the ’70s and ’80s music in the ’80s, but my tastes have EVOLVED. Do you understand that concept?

I’m not in the radio business, but my guess is that much of their revenue comes from selling advertising. So if I’m an advertiser, I’m looking for a radio station with an audience.

Can you listeners see where I’m headed? Let’s boycott KSNO until they reverse their latest inane decision. Start listening to more of your CD’s again. And when you get east of the Hanging Lake tunnels tune into 97.7 KZYR – “The Mountain.”

And speak out. Tell KSNO that we’re not going to take it. Older does not mean slower and quieter.

Frederic Kirschbaum

Glenwood Springs

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