Steve and I were best friends in Las Cruces High. We didn’t share every interest, but we both had a taste for adventure and humor – and taking these to the edge. After high school, I went away to college, and Steve and I parted ways in terms of career and lifestyle. But whenever I returned to Las Cruces to visit family, Steve and I always got together, and we could always relate closely due to our shared sense of humor.
Of course everyone who met Steve, or listened to him on the radio, was aware of his funny side. He was a spontaneous comedian. But with friends his sense of humor often ranged wider and deeper than he usually allowed in public. Irony, sarcasm, the absurd, the bizarre – he relished them all, as I did.
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I found this classic El Paso oldie on youtube. The original poster wrote this:
I know by chicano standards this really isnt whats normal. In the 60s and 70s there was a D.J. named Steve Crosno who was from Las Cruces N.M. Who was on air in El Paso T.X. He was one of or the only D.J’s To ever play BoBBy Rosales and the El paso Premieres ,The Dukes and Los Dinos——-Watcha Selena shaaa!!! THis song was one of his favorites. Just Try it