Not oldies, but goodies: ‘Les Temps Per Due’ host marks three years on show

We’re getting older every minute, but music – music never gets old.

“I still listen to a lot of the music that my parents listened to,” said Drew Thompson, the host of the Charlottesville-based WNRN’s “Les Temps Per Due,” which highlights the best music of the 1980s, 1990s and early 2000s.

The Wilson Memorial and Bridgewater College alum has been a DJ of sorts dating back to childhood when he’d play his parents’ records in between listening to ’80s and ’90s music on the radio.

“My taste in music is ever-evolving. I’m always adding to the base that I grew up with and what I’m comfortable with when new stuff comes out,” said Thompson, who marked his third anniversary as host of “Les Temps Per Due,” loosely translated as “The Times Gone By,” on Oct. 3.

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