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I used to believe that when I listened to songs over the radio it was the artist singing their song to that specific radio station through a pay phone. I thought they must have gotten so tired!
When I was little, listening to country radio with my older sister, the DJ would say things like "And coming up we've got Shania Twain for you" etc etc... so I thought that they had all these rooms with the different bands in them and they switched back and forth when the song changed...
When I was a kid I used to think that radio station(s) actually had the artist(s) in the studio performing their songs live on the air!
I used to believe that songs played on the radio were all performed live and that the radio station was full of bands lined up to take their turn at the mike.
When I was a kid, I thought when you heard someone singing on the radio that they were actually at the radio station. I always wanted to visit a station so I could meet the Beatles!
i used to believe that radios had little versions of the singers inside them and, for example, michael jackson knew when you wanted to hear him... took me a while to figure out how tapes worked...
I used to believe that when my mom would listen to the radio, i thought there were little people in the radio with instruments playing the song.
When I was about 7 or 8 I used to believe all the songs played on the radio were being played live in the studio by the musicans :P
when i was younger i believed when a song was on the radio that it was live and the song was coming right from a person singing it and that it wasn't recorded
When I was little my mom would always have the radio tuned to the country station in the car. Because there was always a song playing, I thought that every singer was in a studio somewhere, with a little box at their feet with hundreds of little lights on it. If a light was green, it meant someone had the radio on somewhere, and the person knew to keep playing/singing. I always imagined country stars hanging out between songs, sleeping propped up on a bench in a tiny hallway, with a hat over their eyes and a guitar in their laps, just waiting for their turn to sing again.
when i was little, i thought that the singers would be in the studio, like when the people would announce whose next, i thought they were in there, waiting.
Back as a small child when I was finally old enough to identify what a radio was but before I was old enough to understand what records had to do with them, I believed that everyone I heard on the radio was performing live. I had this image in my mind that they were all gathered in a big room someplace and they would all take turns sitting around, waiting to be announced and then step up to a microphone and sing their hit song. Then when they were done, since I might hear the song several times during the day, I imagined they would all go sit down and wait around until they were called to perform again.
I used to believe that the people singing on the radio were live and at the radio station singing. One time, my mom and I were listening to the radio on Christmas eve night, and I asked her, "How come there are people singing tonight? Shouldn't they be home with their families for Christmas?" That's when she told me that it was a recording.
I used to think that when the DJs on the radio played songs it was the artist singing live. I could never figure out how they got people in and out of the "singing chair" and how they got their bands set up so quickly. It's was years later that I finally found out that it's all pre recorded on a tape or cd.
I used to believe that the people performing on the radio (Andy Williams, Nat King Cole, etc.) were actually singing in the radio station's studio. I always wanted to go there and see the singers until it was explained to me about records, etc. Total bummer.
I used to wonder how they managed to fit the orchestra into the radio station.
I believed singers sang into a a microphone at the radio station and all of the songs were live.
When I was about 5 I used to believe that everytime I heard a song on the radio or on a cd that where ever the singer was they were perfoming the song, and I was hearing it live.
I use to think music from the radio was live music.
I used to believe that there were actual bands playing at the studio when you turned on a radio.