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Clubbing with eMusic, drinking Surge and what's happening

Scott Ambrose Reilly joins us from eMusic Live, Eric Karkovack is desperately trying to save Surge, and we look at the days newz...it's the David Lawrence Show for a Tuesday!

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Hour 1: Scott Ambrose Reilly, head of eMusic Live, tells us all about live bands and venues across the country getting their live performances available for instant download and more; we take your calls at 1-888-488-DAVID, your emails at david@online-today.com and instant messages at screen name Lawrence on America Online on anything you want to talk about.
Hour 2: Eric Karkovack wants to save Surge via his website, SaveSurge.org; Surge being the citrus drink that hasn't got the caffiene of Mountain Dew and certainly isn't Jolt. We also look at news of the day: the new flaw discovered in Windows [wha?], a call from a trucker/security expert who can't take no for an answer, and more; we take your calls at 1-888-488-DAVID, your emails at david@online-today.com and instant messages at screen name Lawrence on America Online on anything you want to talk about.
Hour 3: We talk to JR, my director in The Sound of Football; we look at the day's news: the Janet Jackson [wha?] suit withdrawn, new evidence about the three Wise Men, a new upscale look for McDonalds [wha?], the news about a DVD set for the original Star Wars [wha?] trilogy, and more; we take your calls at 1-888-488-DAVID, your emails at david@online-today.com and instant messages at screen name Lawrence on America Online on anything you want to talk about.

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