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Vitello's Jazz and Supper Club
Join us on Wednesday's for our live Two Martini Lunch from our home away from home.
Here we are at the end of another calendar year. As everyone gets ready for celebrations of all types, we offer ideas for last minute gifts and music for you and yours. We are so grateful that you've made Martini in the Morning your home for the coolest, swingin'est, most romantic music on the radio - and the best Christmas music too! 
Thank you to all of our sponsors and supporters who have helped make 2015 a successful year for Martini In The Morning! None of this would be possible without YOU! Here's to a fabulous 2016!
From our newsletter team and all of us at MITM, we wish you a Merry Martini Christmas and a Cool Yule too! 
What will I ramble
about this time?
Brad - My Thoughts Exactly
Coming Full Circle
When you've been in the radio business as long as Brad, it's not surprising that people and places repeat in new and unexpected ways. What may be surprising is what you learn from it. Click here to learn more about Brad's  journey and why he does what he does for all of us.
Celebrate the Holidays with MITM!
Holiday Lenny
Audio Greeting Cards

We've been a little distracted this year and didn't get around to Christmas Cards (or a Beg-a-Thon) so here's a way for you to send unique Christmas greetings to your friends and family along with some fabulous music. 

Click here to support MITM and we will play your recorded greeting on-air Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, or Christmas Weekend coming as close to your specified time as possible.

Ring-a-ding-ding in the New Year

It's time to bid a fond farewell to 2015 and ring in 2016 - Martini style. As with years past, we will have listeners from around the world ring in the New Year from their time zone and we need YOU! What are you doing New Year's Eve?

Click here to learn about our past, present and future New Year celebrations and find out how you can volunteer to ring in 2016 from your time zone.

Notes on My Music
with Carol Welsman

From time to time, MITM artists give us a more in-depth look at their work. Carol took the time to tell us about her newest album Alone Together.
Click here to learn more.

Katie's Famous Jams

Last Call...

Years ago when we launched "Notes From A Cocktail Napkin," we featured a man who had not only been a friend, but who had been a constant source of encouragement and inspiration. Harry Simpson introduced his son Jon and his family, friends and colleagues to Martini in the Morning. His grace, his wisdom and his strength was such a contribution to the MITM family, the community that is Martini in the Morning. MITM is more than a radio station - it is a family, a community built around a notion, an idea that there are more things that bring us together than things that tear us apart. At a time when we're more divided than ever, Harry Simpson reminded us to look inside ourselves, to find quiet, to find truth, to find peace.  Harry Simpson brought us together, he loved the music and the friends he found at Martini in the Morning. We lost Harry on December 10th, but his inspiration and wisdom will be with us forever. Click here to watch a video of Harry calling Brad and Miriam to talk about turning 90.

2015 brought another loss. As a boy and young man, I looked up to my Uncle, Chris Buckner, husband of my Dad's younger sister Melba. I grew up spending a lot of time with my cousins, their kids, Jeff, Rhonda and Lori. My uncle Chris always said I would be successful in radio when I started playing Country music - so it was one of the thrills of my life when I introduced my Aunt Melba and Uncle Chris to one of the acquaintances of my career in Country music, Garth Brooks. My uncle, Chris Buckner left a little of himself in everyone he touched when he left us last week.

As the mission, the struggle, continues we look back over our 9-years on the Internet and we realize that this might not be a Christmas that changes the world, but we're here, together, having survived a year that has changed our life, our world. Thank YOU for being part of the family and part of the fun.

Brad "Martini" Chambers

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