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Suzanne Gwyn

Gwyn is the owner of Bake Goods by Suzanne and sous chef of Culinary Mischief.

When you put your key in the ignition and turn on the radio, what station would play right now? Either 101.5-FM or 108.0 KMLE-FM.

What's the first album you bought? Shaun Cassidy, Born Late.

What's the first concert you saw? Scorpions.

What's your favorite concert you've ever been to? Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, Soul 2 Soul Tour.

What's the last song played on your music player? Adele, "Rolling in the Deep."

Preferred format: CD, vinyl, cassette, 8-Track or digital? CD.

What's your favorite album? Katy Perry, Teenage Dream.

Who is your favorite singer or band? Lady Antebellum.

Does your computer track how many times you've played something -- if so, what's at the top of the list? Katy Perry, "Teenage Dream."

What was your favorite new or new-to-you album from the past year? Adele, 21.

What one song would you play if you had a world-wide radio audience? Lady Antebellum, "Just a Kiss."

Who is your favorite local artist? The Soda Pops.

What is your favorite local venue to see music? Ashley Furniture Homestore Pavilion.

What is your favorite music video? Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, "Let's Make Love."

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