Archive for the Rejection Letters Category
Click the Image To Enlarge. I did time as a "mobile DJ" for a while. I hosted Karaoke Nights & did weddings and dances and parties, and dealt with drunken family members who couldn't sing, and got pulled over for "drunk driving" when my little Dodge Aries K station wagon was overloaded wi
There was a time, when I was sending demos out every day for months. I hit up this station several times. In fact, I recently applied for their Morning Show position after I got capped in Kansas City.
I took a few shots at this station. Years later, I would cause the piano bar at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Hollywood to be locked due to a night of drunken sing-along with the Program Director of this station. Good guy!
Small Alternative station in Western Mass. I don't think it's there anymore.
Nice touch. Handwritten letter. Classy. No job. But I felt OK that I at least got a respectful note.
One of the nicest rejection letters I've received comes from the smallest state in the country. In the letter, the Program Director acts as though the response is less-than-personal, but I was surprised how personal it actually was. Same story, just click the image below!
Apparently, according to this letter, I was too qualified...I mean, they said there were no openings that met my qualifications...That's what it means, right? Right?!?! Click below to see the full letter.
At least this guy was honest. "I do not wish to hire you this time." Just putting that out there I guess. Oh well, I'd rather have some honesty than just the generic response. Click below to see the letter!
Ha! Another rejection from California. Oh well, I guess I wasn't always doomed for the state since I ended up getting a gig in Sacramento. As usual, just click the image below!
See, I told you I had more rejection letters from the great state of California! This one comes from KRXQ. I saved this and gave it to Curtiss when he finally hired me. We're close friends to this day. Click the image to see the larger picture.