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Alex Navarrete, What Are You Listening To?

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Alex Navarrete

Navarrete is the Executive Chef of Saddle Ranch Chop House at Westgate City Center.

When you put your key in the ignition and turn on the radio, what station would play right now? I listen to my TuneIn radio app on my phone. I skim through The Vibe of Vegas, Pop in the 80's, and 181.FM old school hip-hop.

What's the first album you bought? A Tribe Called Quest, The Low End Theory.

What's the first concert you saw? Journey and Def Leppard.

What's your favorite concert you've ever been to? The Roots in Philadelphia.

What's the last song played on your music player? Mayer Hawthorne, "The Walk."

Preferred format: CD, vinyl, cassette, 8-Track or digital? Digital, please!

What's your favorite album? Kenna, Make Sure They See My Face.

Who is your favorite singer or band? The Fugees.

Does your computer track how many times you've played something -- if so,what's at the top of the list? Lupe Fiasco, "Superstar," featuring Matthew Santos.

What was your favorite new or new-to-you song from the past year? "Beautiful People,"  Phuckheads Remix, by Chris Brown and Benny Benassi.

What one song would you play if you had a worldwide radio audience? "Hey Baby 2012," Starkillers & Dmitry KO Club Mix, by Melleefresh vs. deadmau5.

Who is your favorite local artist? Luke Holland

What is your favorite local venue to see music? 5th Ave. Warehouse.

What is your favorite music video? Robbie Williams, "Rock DJ." The song is OK, but the video is crazy. It gets interesting at 2:55 of the video.

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