Radio Station Information
City of License:
West Lafayette, IN
WBAA is an AM radio station broadcasting at 920 KHz. The station is licensed to West Lafayette, IN and is part of the Lafayette, IN radio market. The station broadcasts Public Radio programming.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
I wanted to let you know that Stacy Robin, Los Angeles singer/songwriter and Lafayette native will be in Lafayette on May 2nd performing at Knickerbocker Saloon. I'll be playing with Stacy, and am also a Lafayette native. Stacy and I went to Harrison High together and both wound up in Los Angeles.
I wanted to see about getting an interview on your station with Stacy, as her story is pretty remarkable. Stacy has released three solo CDs and three CDs with bands, two with her band Imaginary Friends (with a third currently in the studio) and a CD with the all-female band Drawing Down The Moon. In addition to being a singer/songwriter and percussionist, Stacy is a biomedical research scientist for Cedar-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles, a mother, and social activist, donating much of her time and music to various charitable organizations. She has also had songs placed on network television shows, commercials, and used for national and international causes.
Stacy was nominated for a 2013 Critics Award and most recently nominated by the 2014 Los Angeles Music Awards as Best Female Singer/Songwriter, and is also up for 3 additional awards, including Adult Contemporary Album of the Year for her latest release “All The Way Home”.
For more information about Stacy, her music, and upcoming events, please visit her website at www.stacyrobin.com and her other social media links. If you would like to contact Stacy directly, she can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org should the need arise.
I think your listeners would enjoy her story. She is a remarkable person. Her father still lives in Lafayette and is a math professor at Purdue. We both have many friends in the area, and I wanted to do something for Stacy that was special on her return home. And please come to the show!
Many thanks, and look forward to hearing from you.
By: Ed Gould on April 18, 2014
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