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The orig­i­nal pro­gram was titled That’s Cold Blood­ed”, was named after a phrase Bob­by Zeno would say often when he espe­cial­ly enjoyed the music he was lis­ten­ing to.

Bobbe Zeno’s career in com­mu­ni­ty radio began in 1999 on Paci­fi­ca Radio KPFK as the host of Preach­ing the Blues (which lat­er became Blues Pow­er), then as host of the show Good for Life (which lat­er became Expe­ri­ence Talks).

Bobbee Zeno was a human­i­tar­i­an, a lover of the arts, broth­er and friend to many, and loved by all. Today, we’ll vis­it with mem­o­ries of Bobbee’s pas­sions: radio, arts, fam­i­ly, and friends with an orig­i­nal trib­ute pro­duced by S. Pearl Sharpe and Mark Maxwell titled That’s Cold Blood­ed” named after a phrase Bobbee would say often, espe­cial­ly when he enjoyed the music he was hearing.

In 2003, he became the Com­mu­ni­ty Direc­tor for Engag­ing Aging, cul­mi­nat­ing in the found­ing of the Bur­bank Senior Artist’s Colony, an inten­tion­al artist’s com­mu­ni­ty for seniors in the Unit­ed States.

Bobbee received a U.S. Con­gres­sion­al Award for Com­mu­ni­ty Ser­vice to Seniors with his radio work and for pro­grams he imple­ment­ed at The Colony.

This trib­ute was orig­i­nal­ly broad­cast on Sat­ur­day May 32014.

Fea­tures music that Bobbee loved: Don­ny Hath­away, A Love Supreme, Dave Bartholomew Shrimp & Gumbo”,Greg Wright, Dwight Trib­ble Heal­ing Songs”, Sher­rie Pruitt Down By The Riv­er”, Cur­tis May­field Keep On Push­ing”, Sin Pal­abra Yemaya”, Bob Mar­ley Jam­min”, B.B. King Let The Good Times Roll”, Cham­bers Broth­ers Time”, Ste­vie Won­der Tell Your Heart I Love You”, Charles Owens, Build An Ark Love”, Don­ny Hath­away A Song For You”, The Meters Hey Pocky A‑way”

Here’s to you Bob­by Zeno