There goes my baby….
Mike The Intern
How come you taste so good?
I love to work at nothing all day…
Mike The Intern and Joe Westen talk about trying again when it comes to music!
Sink your teeth right through my bones….
You go back Jack, do it again….
Come on and take a free ride…
You better make your face up in your favourite disguise
That’s the way you do it….
They pick me up when I’m feelin’ blue….
And looking up I noticed I was late
I wanna take you home…
Don’t let up until we’re through.
And any fool knows a dog needs a home
Open your heart, I’m coming home.
No time for the killin’ floor
Now you’re keeping some demons down
The sun goes down alone.
When I was young it seemed that life was so wonderful….
Show the way and leave today
Lady do the hard sell
Workin’ from seven to eleven every night
the microphone smells like a beer….
Mother did it need to be see high?
I’m the burning bush
she likes whips and chains
Am I rough enough?
You’ve got a hub cap diamond star halo
Meet Carl Allison! He served in the United States Marines. It was awesome meeting and talking with him today. Hear his story tomorrow morning during my show at 8:45am! Thank you so much for your service!
Remembering games and daisy chains and laughs…..
But I won’t heed the battle call
We took a bunch of Chiefs fans to St. Joseph Missouri for the opening of Chiefs training camp!
Can’t you hear me knockin?
And the wicked whispers and moans…
Meet Tim Easton. I was awesome meeting him and having lunch with him today. He served in the Army as a Combat Engineer. Hear his story tomorrow morning during my show at 8:45am Thank you for your
A daydream for hours it seems….
And who is who?
Ned Reynolds, Mike The Intern, and Art Hains join the Voice of the Kansas City Chiefs, Mitch Holthus for our own Chiefs Happy Hour at The Riff!
Made up my mind…
Living on rock and roll music….
You get your daylight from a screen…
Carry me back….
So you think you’re lonely?
I’ve got Friday on my mind….
Meet Kenneth Mitchem! He served in the US Navy. It was great to meet him and hear his story today. Hear it yourself during my show tomorrow morning at 8:45. Thank you so much for your service!
Look at you all….
Mike The Intern and Joe Westin talk about murdering musicians and Jay Stevens shows up!
This is Ernie Miller. He served as a fighter pilot during the Korean War. He was also awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross by President Truman in 1954. He was an honor to meet him today. You can
Let there be drums!