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The Tonic

5:00 pm 7:00 pm


Counter Culture Bliss

with Abby Normal

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Hmmmmm, where to start? Her obituary of course: “Here lies Abby Normal. A vintage Casio CK-200 Boombox Ghettoblaster with built-in Keyboard Organ sparked her demise. Bathing, she listened to her favorite cassette, “Four Days in April,” by The Insane Picnic. Volume cranked to 11, soap suds a-plenty, she reached for her Miller High Life, but with a slip of the hand . . . well, the rest may just be too shocking. As we now celebrate her life, we are reminded about what an electrifying one it was. Only fitting, as she was a self-proclaimed “live wire.” May we find solace knowing she’s at peace in a land of never-ending cassette tapes, re-runs of ALF, and boomboxes galore. Gleeful we know is she to imbibe an eternal flow of the champagne of beers alongside the fabled Rock Gods of yore. Today let us encourage each other to be anti-establishment, as we know she will be for all eternity.”

Abby Normal

Abby Normal on Downtown Radio. Still six feet under, but not in a casket . . . she’s in a basement. Still under the ground but doing underground radio. Not corporate radio but . . . rebel radio! Recharged and ready at Tucson’s community station 99.1 KTDT, surrounded by many a talented creature. It’s rather a rotting good time, so join us! Abby Normal’s Rock Mix on 99.1 FM Downtown Radio. Playing music that promotes individual liberties, the strange, AND the unusual. Tune in every Thursday 1pm-3pm on 99.1 FM Downtown Radio – and with a deep repulsion for anything conventional, pump your non-conformity fist in the air and listen in to Abby Normal’s Rock Mix! Don’t be grounded; be a live wire!

Hmmmmm, where to start? Her obituary of course: “Here lies Abby Normal. A vintage Casio CK-200 Boombox Ghettoblaster with built-in Keyboard Organ sparked her demise. Bathing, she listened to her favorite cassette, “Four Days in April,” by The Insane Picnic. Volume cranked to 11, soap suds a-plenty, she reached for her Miller High Life, but with a slip of the hand . . . well, the rest may just be too shocking. As we now celebrate her life, we are reminded about what an electrifying one it was. Only fitting, as she was a self-proclaimed “live wire.”


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