Steve Ward

Steve
Ward
http://www.bigbandstand.com
bigbandstand@comcast.net

Steve's broadcasting career began in the 1980s with stints at 92.5 KZAM in Bellevue, and FM99 KEZX in Seattle.  For over twenty years he worked for major media companies in the in-store music industry creating branded programs for large and small businesses.  Most recently he owned his own media production company focused on music consulting and web-based training.  He continues to host the popular Saturday morning Big Bandstand program on KSER.

Steve’s interest in music began at an early age when his deejay father brought home stacks of singles. In late 1966, his parents opened a record store in Mill Valley, California, a place that became home to many major recording artists. Regular customers at the store included Buddy Miles, Moby Grape, Mike Bloomfield and John Stewart.

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Veterans Day announcement

H Steve,
I am a board member of the Vet Resource Center on Whidbey Island.
Judith Gorman one of our directors said you gave us air time about our Veterans Day porgram at the High School.
Many Thanxxx.
She also said you have an interest in historical military music.. I have been a singer since grade school, and during the late 80s turned to hand drums. I have had the great experience of drumming with hundreds of men, John Densmore of the Doors, Aido Holmes, Miguel Riveria, and played the coffe house circuit in san Diego in the early 90s. I still play and tell stories.
We are in the process of designing a program for therapists treating returning warriors. a part is music that reflects the military aspect of society. Both from the warrior and the famlies. judith thought perhaps you would be interested in comparing notes. I mentioned I have some confederate songs from the war between the states you might be interested in.

Again thanxx for the plugs, and perhaps we can chat some time about music and the military. I also have Soviet army chorus 33.
wadr
chuck

so happy, it's all coming together now

Cooking and listening to Reagan and Lon with choice music, what a life!
Great news, good things coming our way!

Saturday Mornings !!

As an early weekend riser, I've found there is no better way to enjoy the quiet morning hours than with coffee, a cozy chair and Steve Ward's Big Bandstand. What GREAT music, and Steve's smooth, PROFESSIONAL, personality just makes it even better. The only thing wrong is that it's over too soon. Thank you KSER, and Steve Ward, for this excellent
show.

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