One Last Shot of Indie 103.1

DJ Tedd Roman was the one we followed on Twitter all day at the news that critically acclaimed Indie 103.1 was signing off forever.

We followed Tedd from the first rumors of the format change, to cleaning out his stuff and frantically ripping albums, to picking up his last check. He even managed to snap one last picture of the Indie 103.1 studio.

Thanks for letting us listen in on your last day, Tedd. You hit the post.

2 thoughts on “One Last Shot of Indie 103.1”

  1. I may not have quit listening to radio after the 1997 demise of KSCA, but since that sad day I’ve never allowed myself to get vested in station. I enjoyed 103.1 and my truck even sports a homebrew window sticker I made. I’m really sorry to see Indie go silent, but to me it just seemed inevitable.

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