Radiothon to Aid Japan: Today, March 26, 2011!

Today’s the big day. Here’s the deal. Donate to one of the charities listed below who are helping the Japan relief effort. Then, email me your receipt to let me know how much you gave. If you donate at least $10, you’ll get a musical prize–our way of saying thanks!

We’ll have digital downloads of individual songs ($10 donation) and albums ($15 donation), and physical CD’s (from the great artists we play on Twirl all the time. There’s also 3 very special prizes: 2 autographed Bill Mumy CD’s “Glorious In Defeat” (yes, autographed by “Will Robinson” himself!) and an autographed copy of Patrick Campbell-Lyons book “Psychedelic Days”.
My email address:

Here’s the charities to donate to:
American Red Cross:
IFRC (International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent):
Save the Children:
Heart Tokushima (Animal Rescue):

Please, donate what you can. The people of Japan could use our help!

After you’re done listening to Twirl, tune into my colleagues’ shows for more of the Radiothon:

Woody Radio (out of Canada) 1pm – 1am Eastern
Pop Garden Radio (AM1300 WMEL, out of Cocoa, FL) 8pm – Midnight Eastern
The Time Machine (out of Maui, HI) 8pm – 11pm Eastern
WPAZ, 1370 AM ( Pottstown, PA)


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