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Retirees, isolated by virus, become DJs for new radio hour

CORRECTS LOCATION AND IDENTITY TO ED ROSENBLATT INSTEAD OF BOB COLEMAN- In this April 27, 江苏快3 photo provided by Luckie, Ed Rosenblatt records audio for the “Radio Recliner” show at Somerby Sandy Springs, outside Atlanta. Rosenblatt is one of several retirees who have turned into DJs for the new online radio hour.  The 60-minute show began airing last month, starting with retirees in middle Tennessee, recording from their recliners quarantined due to concerns over COVID-19.   (Luckie via AP) NYCD211 NYCD211

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tucked away inside his room at a senior care facility, Bob Coleman knew he couldn't go out into the world with the coronavirus raging. But he could share with the world his first love — country music. “Hello everybody, it's a bright day in Franklin, Tennessee,” the 88-year-old Air Force veteran...

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