It's the return of our Old-School Shoutout Show on Episode 21. The first one, we did back in May. Now, as the pandemic wears on, we wanted to hear from callers: Who do you love? Who do you miss? Who do you want to celebrate or honor? We did the episode live this year.
Because of the rules around copyright, we can't post the audio as it aired with some of our favorite songs, curated by DJ and NoMoNo host Khalil "Always Keep It Real" Ekulona. This post and podcast version makes use of contributed music instead. If you want to, find the megahits edition on our two-week archive for Sunday, Feb. 21, at 11 a.m. And there are different shoutouts in that version, too.
NEXT WEEK: We get a little personal on No More Normal as we celebrate Black History Month. We are looking into the stories of Khalil's family! Join us next week as we get ahold of the Ekulonas and discover the stories that shaped them, visions of the future, and the way they think about the world.
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SPECIAL THANKS TO:
- Jazztone The Producer, Cheo, Dahm Life, Oh Lawd Records and Business School for providing music for the show.
- Taylor Velazquez for managing our socials and generating ideas, and for answering the live shoutout hotline this week.
We dedicate this and every episode to the memory of Hannah Colton. We love and miss you Hannah.
No More Normal is brought to you by Your New Mexico Government, a collaboration between KUNM, New Mexico PBS and the Santa Fe Reporter. Funding for our coverage comes from the New Mexico Local News Fund, the Kellogg Foundation and KUNM listeners like you, with support for public media provided by the Thornburg Foundation.