Saturday, July 26, 2008

Honey Creek Radio

My Dad has started an online radio station with Live 365. He has a website: http://honeycreekradio.com/ that you should visit and you'll be able to access his station from the site.

While the station is not unique -- there are hundreds of online stations broadcasting the same stuff as Honey Creek Radio -- I believe you'll experience a good musical vibe when listening to Honey Creek Radio. Music is changed every 2 to 3 days. Since January 2008 Honey Creek Radio has been listened to in over 40 countries. Some days no one listens while on other days, many tune in to listen to a great mix of Classical, Celtic, Folk, and Native American music. While we here in the USA sleep, there are people tuning into Honey Creek Radio to hear a wonderful mix of artists and albums of quiet -- and not so quiet -- Gospel Hymns.

But the really cool part, for me, is that he's made me some rolling ball commercials! It was pretty surreal when I was listening to the station the first time, and then all of the sudden a commercial for my rolling ball sculptures played... I am not sure what I felt. It was a very odd experience as I had several emotions at once. It was very, very cool. So since that time Dad has made me several commercials. Here are the two most recent:

Rolling Ball Ad 01
Rolling Ball Ad 02

Right click and save the ad to your desktop to play it. They are in mp3 format. Are you looking to have a commercial recorded? Go to his site and drop him an email. Dad, (Ed) would love to work out an awesome sounding commercial. With google adwords you can set up ads to play on the FM radio. And you'll need a commercial to do that...

I'm sure there will be more rolling ball ads, and I will post them when I get them. : )

Thanks, DAD!

1 comment:

Mark Chester said...

Hi, I just came across your blog, doing my periodic 'Googling' of rolling ball sculptures. I've been slowly building my first RBS for the last few years at a snail's space. I really dig your work. Mine is pretty basic, but large for a first timer. Lots of lessons learned. If you're interested in looking at it, let me know and I'll send you a link, rather than spamming your blog. ;)

Cheers!

Mark-