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If you have a request for a big hit from  the past 20 years or so (1990-Present)

and a reason that song means something extra special to you,

tell Bob a story about your request. 




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Hello Bob,

jamie oneil

My name is ‘Whitney’ and I’m a second year Pharmacy student at the University of Colorado. Growing up in South Florida, Sunday mornings always consisted of church, family breakfast, and listening to the countdown. (Well) when I left home for college, I had a hard time adjusting. After all, it was the first time that I was away for more than a week at a time. But the hardest part, definitely, was saying goodbye to my mom. She’s always been my best friend.


Finally, after months of struggling to assimilate to “college life”, I did start to find my niche. But...it wasn’t until I found a radio station that played the countdown on Sunday mornings that I really felt connected to home. Listening reminds me that my mom is never far away and that, in a sense, we’re together...because I know she’s listening too, back in Florida.


Can you play “Somebody’s Hero” by Jamie O’Neal?  (This song is the ringtone on my phone whenever mom calls.)  I want her to know that even though it’s hard being apart, I’m always thinking of her and striving to be just like her, because she is my hero.  I love you, mom.  




Denver, CO

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