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You are invited to the Oldies but Goodies Memory Lane Meet and Greet.

 It’s time to put names with the faces of all those that enjoy The Oldies But Goodies Extravaganza. Let’s get together, have breakfast and talk music and memories. On Saturday November 17thright here at WEAA, between 8am-10am. Breakfast is on us! Visit WEAA, enjoy the show live and meet the other listeners who enjoy classics, coffee and conversation. 

Come visit us Saturday, November 17th and enjoy the Oldies But Goodies Extravaganza in person..Right here at the WEAA Studios.

RSVP at Robert.shahid@morgan.edu or 443-885-3564

Philadelphia native Robert E. Shahid grew up with a constant musical influence. His mother sang opera, his aunt composed and played piano, his grandfather sang in the famed Philadelphia Male Chorus, and his uncle was a legendary vibraphonist for Dave Brubeck, Lynn Hope, and Red Prysock. With those musical influences, Robert studied drums in high school and, after graduating from Florida A&M University, later founded The New Philadelphia Jazz Quintet.