Celebrate Valentine's Day 2018 with a radio request on Radio Creme Brulee
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Celebrate Valentine’s Day 2018 with a radio request on Radio Creme Brulee

13 February 2018 No Comment
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valentinesValentine’s Day is TOMORROW (Feb 14, 2018) and what better way to than to at least celebrate a part of it on Radio Creme Brulee by sending us a “voice request” of the song you want to listen to or dedicate to your loved one.

What is a “voice request”?
An audio recording of yourself asking us to play a song for you (preferably a love song given the day!).

How long (in seconds) can the recording be?
Please try and limit your recording to 20 seconds if possible.

What do you need for a record request?
– A computer with a voice recorder OR Smartphone

When will my request get played on Valentine’s Day?

It will get played during ANY hour-long time horizon defined by YOU.

Could we get an example of a typical audio recording?

— Hi, this is Julie from Brooklyn, New York. I would love to hear “True” by Spandau Ballet ———-

Who should I e-mail my request to?
pranavc@radiocremebrulee.com

What is the last date on which recorded requests are being accepted?

February 13, 2018 – 11pm US Eastern time

Please do let us know if you have any questions! We hope you will participate in our Valentine’s Day event with us while sharing love and good music on our global broadcast. Please share the information about our event with your friends and relatives and invite them to participate! Until then, here is a Spotify Playlist for your Valentine’s Day “after party” (if you know what I mean!):

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Broadcasting Worldwide

In case you did not pick up on this earlier, the blog you are reading is affiliated with Radio Creme Brulee – an online radio station that features an eclectic mix of current pop and rock music from both sides of the Atlantic alongside hits, forgotten gems, and rarities from the last three decades. Alongside newer artists, we also play plenty of newer music by bands that rose to prominence in the 80s and 90s. Noteworthy examples include Simply Red, Wet Wet Wet, Tears For Fears, Suede, The Corrs, Dubstar, Duran Duran, Camouflage, Spandau Ballet, INXS, Depeche Mode, Johnny Hates Jazz, Simple Minds, and Culture Club.

Give us a spin when you get a chance.
We just might become your alternative of choice!



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