Tuesday, September 8
- Bizarre Stadium Souvenirs!
- “Shoe Guy Ralph’s” Mangled Lyrics!
- Fair Digital Scavenger Hunt Winner!
- Back To School Fun!
So much to see and do at the NYS Fair! Between all those couples with matching tee shirts there are the staples we never miss like wine slushies at Ashley Lynn, the Baked Potato and the Butter Sculpture. Snap a photo of those or a fairgoer with a trooper, a cowboy hat, the one-man Bandaloni, a rock teeshirt, someone having fun, a lost kid tag and someone with too much of anything(prizes, food, beer). Email your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org post them on Facebook or tweet them with hashtag #glfairfun
Gomez, Lisa and Scooter will be making and serving wine slushies this Sunday at the Fair! Fly Like an Eagle over to Ashley Lynn Winery before the Steve Miller Show. Ashley Lynn is between the Dairy Building and the Coliseum. We will be handing out some TK tee shirts…if you remember Scooter’s secret word !
Make it an acoustic Sunday morning with the Blue Moon Cafe. A showcase of singer-songwriters that are the backbone of classic rock. It’s a comfortable listen with familiar artists and songs from albums you still have in your collection with new must-listen artists sprinkled in. The perfect soundtrack for pancake breakfasts, reading on the couch, yardwork, furniture refinishing, car washing and hanging out on the deck. And also, portable with the free TK99 app(while you walk or kayak) and On Demand for listening later (download below). The Blue Moon Cafe Sundays 7 a.m. to 12 p.m. Original for 22 years.
The New York Yankees back to the Bronx for 3 games against the Rays. TK99 is the New Home of the New York Yankees with play-by-play all season. Gameday coverage is brought to you by Americu Credit Union, by Turning Stone Resort and Casino and by Syracuse University Athletics. Click here for full schedule.
Step into the Time Tunnel weekdays at 2pm! Ride along with a block of classic rock wrapped around a specific year. We’ll remind you of the good, bad and ugly that happened then, too.
Gomez & Lisa’s Scavenger Hunt
Gomez & Lisa at the Fair Sunday
Blue Moon Cafe On Demand
Yanks Home to Face Tampa Bay
Step Into the Time Tunnel
This week, Rock Talk gets freaky. I spoke with Bad Company singer and rock legend Paul Rodgers. Listen to him describe the haunted house in which the first Bad Company album was recorded and its connection to Led Zeppelin. (Who had also just recorded there) Guaranteed to be something you’re hearing for the first time…and something you won’t forget.