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November 7, 2017

“Listen to the Music”

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 12:19 pm

Greetings and salutations from the sand, sun and surf of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and the mostly sunny, seasonally refreshing, always awesome island of Nantucket! Great to be with you and yours on this glorious Seventh Day of November, High Noon, a Tuesday according to Reuters, in the year of our Lord 2017. With Thanksgiving fast approaching, it is always a good ‘time’ of year to reflect on what one may be grateful for. For this humble reporter, the list is far too long and boring to reveal. However, there is one caveat that was, is and hopefully ever shall be most assuredly created for public consumption.

We live in a world that is filled with all kinds of different noises. Some pleasant, others not so much. You are well aware of what I speak of. Constant news “updates” from say Afghanistan always make me smile, or the latest Hollywood gossip about ’stars’ I have never heard of, nor wish to know anything about in the slightest, seem to rule the day…

There are noises echoing off concrete canyons that penetrate the mind, body and soul to such a degree Deepak Chopra would have a hard time finding spiritual bliss in the discipline of meditation, perhaps saying to himself, “…F it! Somebody buy me a vat of Jack Daniels and let’s forget the whole thing!”

There are noises of obnoxious people sleep walking through the Miracle of Life;
unaware of there ‘contribution’ to the greater good, or obvious lack therein. There is the boob tube noise, constantly screaming at you with all the excrement therein presented, coupled with the bloody Madison Avenue wizardry of 21st Century advertising, now conveniently packaged in your 5×7 electronic chain called the ’smart’ phone…

The list of bad noises seems to often times take over the inherent/natural good ones, but does not necessarily have to. The noises of the wind blowing through an ancient forest, or the waves crashing on a pristine beach are far more powerful than any horrible pain Ad from Merck could ever be. The cry of a Golden Eagle, drowns out the joke called “The Today Show, as one listens intently to the howl of the great Grey Wolf.

The great Rock Band, “The Doobie Brothers”, big in the seventies, put it best when singing the lyrics,

“…listen to the music”.

Music is the answer to many of life’s challenges, with many a new band emerging every day to bring that point of truth home. Here on this little sand bar, we are lucky enough to have an amazing radio station 26 miles out to sea on that ‘far away island’ called Nantucket. 97.7 ACK FM is that station, armed with world class DJ’s that play the best the music industry has to offer. Unique in so many ways, as you download to free app @ 97.7 ACK.com, for when you listen to the music, you also feel a real sense of community, what it’s all about, that IS that fabled, famous, fabulous island this reporter fell in love with so many moons ago…

So take that little 5×7 screen and use it to make your life sound better, hence making your life feel better, after all, is that not what this life is all about? Seizing the day, taking the good, enjoying the ride that it truly is to begin with? Remembering that ‘at the end of the day’ it is YOUR LIFE, no one else’s…

You will be thankful you downloaded that App today, bringing the island of Nantucket into the palm of your hand!  97.7 ACK! Hosted by Chris Reiser, Chris Morris, Nancy Walker, James Everett, Julie Batal, among many others, providing the best Rock and Roll music, plus variety, one can find anywhere on land or out to SEA. Hopefully whisking one back to, or introducing one, to the nautical noises of of this historically significant far away island the Wampanoag’s called Nantucket!

A place all people should visit at least once in their life times.

Thank you 97.7 ACK! Your ‘noise’ is filled with Love; a fact that comes shining through day in and day out.

Have a stunning day!


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