The Forgotten Files
Saturdays 9 PM - Midnight
Welcome to The Forgotten Files, with your host M.T. Robinson
The Forgotten Files is an attempt to take advantage of the rich rock and roll musical heritage that resides in everyones memories, old albums and cd's, as well as giving the great artists of the past a chance for their new music to be heard. The Files will also feature new and classic music from some of San Diego's finest rock artists.
Who is M.T.? He is a regular guy who snapped one day long ago at a local nightclub, frustrated by the lack of vision displayed by the club owners in terms of providing a complete evening of entertainment.
M.T. cut together a video tape with 30 amazing music videos, both live and MTV, and played it during the breaks of the band in the house that night, and he has been working non stop for 22 years now.
Over the years, M.T. has worked at just about every live music venue in San Diego, including Park Place, Chillers, The Baccanal, The Spirit Club/ Brick By Brick, Banx, and Humphreys By The Bay' famous Backstage Lounge, providing and playing custom edited vhs tapes and dvds for the breaks which occur in any live show.
M.T. has worked with hundreds of top flight artists, including legends such as Cheap Trick, Kansas, Blue Oyster Cult, Missing Persons, BB King, Rick Derringer, Savoy Brown, Wishbone Ash, Al Stewart, Pat Travers, Steve Hackett, The Vandals, Warrent, Quiet Riot, Starship with Mickey Thomas, Molly Hatchet, as well as local legends like The Farmers, Private Domain, Eve Selis, Natasha's Ghost and many, many more.
Now, M.T. is here on 107.9 FM to bring you the ultimate rock experience every week, and will be dipping into his personal archives of great rock, compiled over 35 years of collecting music, Each show will be totally unique, and you will never hear the same song twice.
So tune in Saturdays at 9 PM here on 107.9 fm and my1079.com, and get ready to rock!! Also, the show will be archived here on the station website, so if you miss it live, you can still check it out!
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