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KMBR - FM Program Summary
 Weekdays
 Saturday
 Sunday
Jock Free
Rock
12:00am-6:00am
Jock Free
Rock
12:00am-10:00am
Jock Free
Rock
12:00am-6:00am
The Brian
& Chris Show

6:00am-9:00am
Carin
Sullivan

10:00am-2:00pm
Coming
Soon!!!

6:00am-8:00am
Mid-Day Show
w/ Carin Sullivan

9:00am-2:00pm
Tommy
O.

2:00pm-7:00pm
The Floydian
Slip

8:00am-9:00am
The Rock Show
w/ Tommy O.

2:00pm-7:00pm
The Chop
Shop

7:00pm-9:00pm
Breakfast w/
the Beatles

9:00am-11:00am
Nights w/
Alice Cooper

7:00pm-12:00am
The Tour
Bus

9:00pm-12:00am
Rock
Recall

11:00am-1:00pm
  Flashback
1:00pm-5:00pm
  Jock Free
Rock

5:00pm-12:00am

The Mid-Day Show
with Carin Sullivan
9:00am-2:00pm
  
 
For over 20 years, Carin has enjoyed working in the broadcast industry. While partying at the U of M, she managed to earn a BA in Broadcast Journalism back in the day, and we mean BACK in the day! Let’s just say, turn tables, eight-track carts, and reel-to-reel machines were cutting edge when she first embraced the radio industry.

Whether you're on the road, hard at work, or just hanging out, tune in with Carin Sullivan mid-days from10:00am until 2:00pm on 95.5 KMBR. Carin plays your favorite classic rock, plus today's cutting edge hits!

Carin is a huge fan of music from Led Zeppelin, Heart, The Allman Brothers Band, Foo Fighters, Van Halen, Guns N' Roses, Black Label Society, Soundgarden (anything Chris Cornell), The Beatles, Queen, Pearl Jam, and more!! She's ready and willing to play your favorites plus give you a chance to win with special features such as "Triple Tracks" and “He Said She Said” during the events tickets throughout the week. Carin will even test your Classic Rock savvy with “Vintage Vinyl” during the noon hour.

 
 
 
The Rock Show with
Tommy O
2:00pm-7:00pm
  
 

Tommy O

Join Tommy O for some of your old favorites and a few new ones, too!


 

 
 

  • On this Day April 30, 2008
    Gail Renard, who was given the hand written lyrics to 'Give Peace A Chance' by John Lennon in 1969, announced plans to sell the lyric sheet at a Christie's auction. At the time, Lennon told Renard to hang on to the piece of paper, saying "It will be worth something someday." The piece of music history was expected to fetch around $400,000, but when it was actually sold in July of this year, it went for $790,000 (?400,000).
  • On this Day April 30, 2005
    The Dave Matthews Band agreed to pay $200,000 (?105,000) after their tour bus dumped human waste on a boatload of tourists in Chicago in August 2004. Bus driver Stefan Wohl who was alone on board the bus at the time the sewage was dumped was fined $10,000 (?5,200), the band had already donated $100,000 (?54,252) to two group's that protect the Chicago River and its surrounding area. The Dave Matthews Band offered their "deepest apologies" to more than 100 boat passengers who were on an architectural tour.
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