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I think polka music on the radio will draw a large following.
Our town had a German lady who did a German music show with lots of polkas and she had many listeners and sponsers. I contacted her often to express the fun I was having, as she also had a good sense of humor. One day she started playing a sound effects record and reacting to it… it was a funny moment.
Also, and not too far off the subject, square dancing is popular. There are square dance groups that have weekly get togethers. I am guessing that the bridge between polka and country music is the square dance.
If I am ever licensed to carry a commercial music program, I would love it…. but the budget, darn.
If there was a non-commercial educational version of a polka show it could maybe be run under “fair use.” World cultural, you know.