Well think of it this way. The majority of the show is music right? In between the music are the poetic sounds of French spoken in such a warm and wonderful manner that you will be as mesmerized by the spoken word breaks as you will be by the great rock and roll tunes she spins! How can you go wrong? Or how about this: Remember that funky, hip French teacher from high school? Imagine if she invited you over to her place and you discovered that not only does she have the most incredible rock and roll record collection that you have ever seen but that she can chat intelligently about French '60s pop and The Ramones while at the same time showing you how to conjugate your verbs! How cool is that? If you want to soak up the global aspect of rock and roll you have to seek out the sources that might not be immediately apparent, like The Rock and Roll Report has done in the past with South African and Thai rock and roll.
Listen globally, check out gigs locally I allways say. Think of it as part of The Rock and Roll Report's global rock and roll curriculum. French rock and roll language lessons. Just another service brought to you by your humble scribe here at The Rock and Roll Report. Now hurry off and get your records and books. And listen to Mimi on Saturday nights. I know that after just one hour in this French class you'll be e-mailing the station asking for more.