Happy New Year ’22! Good Tunes Always Help Us Keep Rollin’

Hi everyone,

Happy New Year!
This is a really fun update and a great way to kick-off the year.

My dear friend, Tim Schafbuch of Petaluma’s KPCA 103.3FM community radio station, invited me on his show, Rockpile, this week. We talked about how music has helped me along my trail on cancer mountain and we spun some very special songs.
You can have a listen to the show here:

KPCA 103.3FM … Rockpile: Tim Schafbuch and Mark Crafts … January 3, 2022

Note: Because I’m a stickler on song credits and presentation errors, I must point out an error I made when introducing “You’re Only Lonely”. Jimmy Fortune sang with the Statler Brothers – not the Gatlin Brothers as I said on air. If you all will permit me – and with sincere apologies to both Mr. Fortune and the Statlers – I’m just gonna blame that little mix-up on all my chemo! Everybody okay with that?

Thanks so much for this great experience, Tim and KPCA!
I had a blast. Let’s do it again soon!
Keep rollin’,

Promo Post By Tim & KPCA

Rockpile 1/3/2022 Playlist (on Spotify) …

KPCA FM 103.3 Petaluma Community Radio – Rockpile w/ Tim Schafbuch – 1/3/2022 Playlist

We invite all family and friends to join us in supporting Conquer Cancer Foundation and their new Trailblazers Merit Award. Team Crafty is helping them create and launch this award. It’s our special way of giving back to the cancer community and it will help thousands of other cancer patients many years into the future. We got this idea after learning three of my UCSF doctors are past Merit Award winners. As one stated, “What you’re doing with this new award is really fantastic. The Conquer Awards really get things moving for you and your research projects. They draw worldwide interest and put you on the map. Everyone in the cancer community follows them.”
Learn more about this effort >> HERE.

Published by Mark Crafts

I am a Stage IV cancer survivor with a very hopeful and amazing story. Surgery, chemo, radiation … I’ve have been through it all during 44+ months of treatment. Now, I am a UCSF clinical trial patient loaded with “Terminator” T-cells which may provide a major breakthrough for colorectal, colon, liver, lung, and head & neck cancers. Amazing things are always possible!

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