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A Virtual Membership Drive for a Virtual WorldMembership Drive 2020We've had a lot of calls asking about a Membership Drive for 2020. Actually, the two dates we set have come and gone -- that virus thing, you know -- so we're now looking at August 2nd and 9th.

But WAIT... To accommodate supporting members whose budgets work best with a late spring or early summer Membership Drive, we're announcing our first (and, we hope, last) "Virtual Membership Drive." Sounds complicated, but it's really pretty easy.

For the next few weeks, we'll be conducting the 2020 Virtual Membership Drive. The Support page is ready for donations online by credit card, or by mail-in check. Membership levels remain at Basic ($50) and Premium ($75).

NOTE: During the Virtual Membership Drive, the call center WILL NOT be in operation. Premiums and other membership goodies will be mailed out later this fall when we have them ready. We (still) plan to do the full 2020 Membership Drive with phones in August.

Be listening Sundays for more info. Once again, thanks for your support.

Request & Dedication Show News Due to the need for social distancing, answering the call-in line and jotting down requests are now being handled by just one person. If your calls rolls over into the answering system, please hang up and try again a bit later. Please DO NOT leave your request in phone mail -- message aren't checked during the request show. Consider e-mailing your request earlier in the day to

Video of the WeekJoe Cocker performs "Feelin' Alright" live in Berlin, Germany September 3, 1997. John Robert "Joe" Cocker (May 20,1944 - December 22, 2014) was an English singer known for his gritty voice, spasmodic body movement in performance, and distinctive cover versions of popular songs.

In 1966, Cocker teamed up with Chris Stainton to form the Grease Band, which mostly played in pubs in and around Sheffield. In 1968 with a restructured Grease Band, Cocker found commercial success with a rearrangement of "With a Little Help from My Friends," another Beatles cover. "Feeling Alright" was written by Dave Mason of the English rock band Traffic for their 1968 album "Traffic." 

For the complete story on the artist once described as "without doubt, the greatest rock/soul singer ever to come out of Britain," click here.

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