DaytonAiredale is here with your Uncle Marty on episode 637 of The 3D RadioActivity. The adjective SICK can mean worried or affected by illness, while the noun or verb forms refer to the physical results like getting sick the floor or cleaning it up. The slang meaning is quite the opposite, and is used for something that’s “outstandingly or amazingly good or impressive.” Our intention is to provide you with the latter viewpoint by playing tracks that “are crazy; cool; excellent, insane and even fabulous”.

There’s a baker’s dozen of the SICKEST and slick songs, when we gather together again, we will celebrate our Mothers with a variety of musical LULLABIES. If you have any favorites she sang to you, then tell me by sending email, or with a message on our Facebook page which has links to the archives of all the previous programs and the always Airedorable artwork graphics in the photo section. Be sure to give us a “Like” while you’re there! Daytona reminds you to find us on Denver’s Mile Hi in Surprise AZ,  Theacidflashback, TuneIn and  InternetFM .com, because the best FM radio is now on the Internet.

Until we meet again, Keep Rockin’ On!
 Uncle Marty

“It’s not true I had nothing on, I had the radio on.”
Marilyn Monroe