Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 09/17/2-017: Abbreviated Version

This week on the Meltdown, we had new music from Luke Bryan, Montgomery-Gentry, Foo Fighters, and a tribute to late Husker Du drummer Grant Hart. In addition, we played an artist many of us on the XTFM staff are going to see this weekend here in Columbus, Shooter Jennings. Cover Comparison featured AWOLNation up against Devildriver.

The show was cut short due to a medical issue. My apologies to the listeners for that. Thanks to all who tuned in, interacted in chat and on social media, and made requests. We know you have lots of choices when it comes to ways to be entertained. I thank those of you who tune in weekly, and those who help promote. Thanks also to the occasional listeners; we hope you hear something you like and will keep coming back for more.

Playlist

  1. Shooter Jennings, 4th Of July Feat. George Jones
  2. Shooter Jennings, Walk Of Life
  3. Shooter Jennings, Outlaw You
  4. Waylon Jennings, Lonesome On’ry And Mean
  5. Chris Stapleton, Fire Away
  6. Corrosion of Conformity, Albatross [Request]
  7. Danzig, Twist of Cain
  8. Brad Paisley, Ode De Toilet (The Toilet Song) [Request]
  9. Rodney Dangerfield, Rappin’ Rodney [Request]
  10. ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic, Tacky [Request]
  11. Hüsker Dü, Don’t Want to Know If You Are Lonely
  12. Husker Du, Broken Home, Broken Heart
  13. Husker Du, It S Not Peculiar
  14. AwolNation, Sail [Cover Comparison; Original]
  15. DevilDriver, Sail [Cover Comparison; Cover]
  16. Poison, Every Rose Has Its Thorn [Request]
  17. Warrant, Blind Faith [Request]
  18. Bryan Adams, Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman [Request]
  19. Montgomery Gentry, Better Me
  20. Luke Bryan, Light It Up
  21. Toby Keith, Runnin’ Block
  22. Wheeler Walker Jr., Small Town Saturday Night [Request]
  23. Emily’s Sassy Lime, 24 Hr. Ride [Request]
  24. Foo Fighters, The Line
  25. Foo Fighters, Make It Right
  26. Todd Agnew, Grace Like Rain
  27. Phil Wickham, This Is Amazing Grace
  28. Tenth Avenue North, By Your Side
  29. Casting Crowns, The Word Is Alive
  30. Seventh Day Slumber, Lead Me To The Cross
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Episode 006: Generations with Megan and Rebekah; 9/11 Tribute, Politically Incorrect 40’s Songs, and Much More!

This week on Generations with Megan and Rebekah, we had music from the 1940’s up to today. It was a great mix of pop, country, rock, and even some slightly politically incorrect comic tunes from our grandparents’ generation.

In addition to great music, Bekah tells us about a book she’s reading for school about a family in the aftermath of 9/11, and Megan sings live for us.

Catch the ladies every Tuesday night at 7:00 PM East on XTFM!

Playlist

  1. Montgomery Gentry, Back When I Knew It All
  2. DC Talk, Let’s Roll (Unite Remix)
  3. Chris Cornell, Ground Zero
  4. Alan Jackson, Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning)
  5. Thomas Rhett, Marry Me
  6. Brett Young, Like I Loved You
  7. Taylor Swift, Stay Stay Stay
  8. Dan + Shay, From the Ground Up
  9. Twenty One Pilots, Heathens
  10. twenty one pilots, We Don’t Believe What’s on TV
  11. Queens of the Stone Age, No One Knows (Live) [Request]
  12. Avenged Sevenfold, Afterlife [Request]
  13. Reel Big Fish, She Has A Girlfriend Now [Request]
  14. Arthur Godfrey, Too Fat Polka
  15. Hoagy Carmichael, Huggin’ And Chalkin’
  16. Sir Mix a Lot, Baby Got Back [Used as a Talk Bed]
  17. Laura Branigan, Self Control
  18. The Cure, Close To Me [Request]
  19. Sir Mix-A-Lot, Buttermilk Biscuits (Keep On Square Dancin’)
  20. Phil Harris, The Thing [Request]
  21. Blake Shelton, I’ll Name the Dogs
  22. Thomas Rhett, Unforgettable
  23. Wiz Khalifa feat. Charlie Puth, See You Again (from ‘Furious 7’)
  24. Katy Perry, Firework
  25. Julia Brennan, Inner Demons
  26. A Great Big World, Say Something
  27. R. City, Locked Away
  28. Celtic Thunder, Seven Drunken Nights (Bonus Track)
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Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 09/10/2017

This week’s edition of the Meltdown started out with a tribute set for three members of the music community lost during the week. We paid tribute to Dave Hlubeck of Molly Hatchet, Troy Gentry of Montgomery-Gentry, and country legend Don Williams.

Cover Comparison had Public Enemy going up against Anthrax. We had new music from Toby Keith, Kip Moore, Dustin Lynch, Thomas Rhett, Blake Shelton, The Cadillac Three, Queens of The Stone Age, Our Lady Peace, and Sister Hazel. As always, we had a good supply of requests.

Catch the show live every Sunday night at 7:00 PM East on XTFM.

Playlist

  1. Molly Hatchet, Dreams I’ll Never See
  2. Molly Hatchet, Flirtin’ With Disaster
  3. Montgomery Gentry, Hillbilly Shoes
  4. Montgomery Gentry, Some People Change
  5. Don Williams, I Believe In You
  6. Don Williams, Till The Rivers All Run Dry
  7. America, Ventura Highway [Request]
  8. The Beatles, I Am The Walrus [Request]
  9. George Harrison, When We Was Fab [Request]
  10. Santana, Smooth (Featuring Rob Thomas) [Request]
  11. Twenty One Pilots, Cancer [Request]
  12. Weird Al Yankovic, Bohemian Polka [Request]
  13. Corrosion Of Conformity, Goodbye Windows [Request]
  14. Danzig, Devil’s Plaything [Request]
  15. Samhain, He-Who-Can-Not-Be-Named
  16. Public Enemy, Bring The Noise [Cover Comparison; Original]
  17. Anthrax, Bring the Noise [Cover Comparison; Cover]
  18. Anthrax, I’m The Man (Def Uncensored Version)
  19. Blake Shelton, I’ll Name the Dogs
  20. Thomas Rhett, Grave
  21. The Cadillac Three, American Slang
  22. Dustin Lynch, Love Me Or Leave Me Alone
  23. Kip Moore, Plead The Fifth
  24. Toby Keith, Wacky Tobaccy
  25. Toby Keith, Courtesy of The Red White And Blue (The Angry American)
  26. Alan Jackson, Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning) (live, CMA Awards)
  27. Darryl Worley, Have You Forgotten
  28. Neil Young, Let’s Roll
  29. Queens of the Stone Age, Villains of Circumstance
  30. Our Lady Peace, Drop Me in the Water
  31. Sister Hazel, That Kind of Beautiful
  32. Sister Hazel, Concede
  33. Great White, Face The Day
  34. Dwight Yoakam, Guitars, Cadillacs
  35. Big Dismal, Remember (IOU)
  36. Casting Crowns, The Well
  37. Jeremy Camp, Give Me Jesus
  38. Seventh Day Slumber, We Are The Broken
  39. Kutless, Word of God Speak
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Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 09/03/2017: Labor Day Weekend Edition

This week’s Meltdown was the typical mix of genres. In addition to our usual mix of rock, country, Christian, pop, and whatever else the listeners request, we paid tribute to the late Walter Becker with a six-pack of Steely Dan. Hey, it’s just about as good as a six-pack of Yuengling, right?

Also, we brought you a new band, Falling Into Red. Check them out on Facebook and Twitter. Their two singles were well-received by the DJ’s and listeners alike, and Amy from the band paid us a visit in the chat room. You will definitely be hearing more of this band from our other DJ’s, as well as in the automated rotation on XTFM.

In addition to bringing you some relatively new talent, we also had new material from Delbert McClinton, The Steel Woods, and newly discovered Stoney LaRue. We closed out the night with a brief commentary, thanks to something Gina said in the chat room, on the Building 429 song “Where I Belong”.

Cover Comparison saw Garth Brooks going up against All That Remains. The results may surprise you; they sure surprised me.

Playlist

  1. Babylon A.D., Bang Go The Bells
  2. The Parlor Mob, Hard Times
  3. Godsmack, Something Different
  4. Days Of The New, The Down Town
  5. The Misfits, Hybrid Moments [Request]
  6. Danzig, Deth Red Moon [Request]
  7. Lee Brice, That Don’t Sound Like You [Request]
  8. Eli Young Band, Crazy Girl [Request]
  9. Falling into Red, The Storm Inside
  10. Falling into Red, Haunt Me
  11. Halestorm, I Am the Fire
  12. Stone Sour, Song #3
  13. Mutiny Within, Forsaken
  14. Garth Brooks, The Thunder Rolls [Cover Comparison; Original]
  15. All That Remains, The Thunder Rolls [Cover Comparison; Cover]
  16. Bruce Hornsby, The Way It Is
  17. Richard Thompson, She Twists The Knife Again
  18. Depeche Mode, Policy Of Truth
  19. The Cure, Inbetween Days
  20. Phil Collins, Against All Odds
  21. Steely Dan, Reelin’ In The Years
  22. Steely Dan, Dirty Work
  23. Steely Dan, Rikki Don’t Lose That Number
  24. Steely Dan, FM
  25. Steely Dan, Hey Nineteen
  26. Steely Dan, Deacon Blues
  27. The Hunger, Vanishing Cream
  28. God Lives Underwater, All Wrong
  29. Sprung Monkey, Naked
  30. Thrice, Black Honey
  31. Stoney LaRue, Til the Morning Comes
  32. Cross Canadian Ragweed, Final Curtain
  33. The Steel Woods, Better In The Fall
  34. Delbert McClinton, Doin’ What You Do
  35. Billy Joe Shaver, Live Forever (W/ Big And Rich)
  36. Casting Crowns, Voice of Truth
  37. Circle of Dust, Demoralize
  38. Deliverance, Weapons Of Our Warfare
  39. Building 429, Where I Belong
  40. Matt Redman, 10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord) [Live]
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Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 08/27/2017

This week’s Meltdown was a great mix of requests, old stuff, new stuff, comedy, rock, country, and Christian. We featured new stuff from Jon Pardi, Rex Brown, Luke Bryan, and many more. Cover Comparison saw Thomas Rhett taking on Bruno Mars, and the winner may surprise you. We also discuss, but don’t subject your ears to, the new Taylor Swift single “Look What You Made Me Do”.

Join me again next week, and all our excellent DJ’s anytime, On XTFM!

Playlist

  1. Jason Aldean, Lights Come On
  2. Old Dominion, Written in the Sand
  3. Thomas Rhett, Unforgettable
  4. Jon Pardi, She Ain’t In It
  5. Roger Miller, Chug-A-Lug [Request]
  6. Mastodon, Bladecatcher [Request]
  7. ed Sheeran, One [Request]
  8. Joe Nichols, Baby Got Back [Request]
  9. Richard Thompson, Don’t Let A Thief Steal Into Your Heart [Live 1994]
  10. Kevin Fowler, Don’t Touch My Willie (live)
  11. Jerry Jeff Walker, L. A. Freeway
  12. Gary Allan, Mess Me Up
  13. Bruno Mars, Count On Me [Request]
  14. Bruno Mars, When I Was Your Man [Cover Comparison; Original]
  15. Thomas Rhett, When I Was Your Man [Cover Comparison; Cover]
  16. Winger, Seventeen
  17. Bonham, Wait For You
  18. XYZ, Maggy
  19. Danger Danger, Get Your Shit Together
  20. Company Of Wolves, Call Of The Wild
  21. Brantley Gilbert, Stone Cold Sober
  22. Midland, Electric Rodeo
  23. Russell Dickerson, Yours
  24. A Thousand Horses, Smoke
  25. Drake White, Makin’ Me Look Good Again
  26. Tyler Farr, Better in Boots
  27. Rex Brown, One Of These Days
  28. Luke Bryan, Light It Up
  29. Casting Crowns, What If I Gave Everything
  30. Zach Williams, Chain Breaker
  31. Danny Gokey, Hope in Front of Me
  32. Plumb, In My Arms
  33. 3 Doors Down, Duck and Run
  34. staind, So far away
  35. incubus, megalomaniac
  36. UPO, Godless
  37. Audioslave, I Am The Highway
  38. Rodney Carrington, Best You’ll Do Tonight
  39. Rodney Carrington, Play Your Cards Wrong
  40. Kevin Bloody Wilson, Butter Face
  41. Kevin Bloody Wilson, when you’re stoned
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Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 08/20/2017: Music, talk about Movies, And More!

Tonight on the Meltdown, we had a good variety of music and topical discussion. Unfortunately, I’ve not been able to reincorporate Skype, but this will happen once I buy a USB headset or other external sound card. You can always join us in the chat room found on the XTFM Website.

We took a listen to Ryan Follese and The Cadillac Three from their pre-country days. We also heard new music from Ray Wylie Hubbard, The Josh Abbott Band, and Lindsay Ell. There was a comedy set, some Christian rock/contemporary, and much more.

Mixed in with requests, new music, and the cover comparison, we also discussed some movies I saw this weekend, as well as people who think they are the thought/humor/social media police. That may inspire its own blog post later. For now, kick back, and enjoy this week’s edition of the Musical Meltdown.

Playlist

  1. Spread Eagle, Switchblade Serenade
  2. UFO, Devils In The Detail
  3. UFO, Shoot Shoot
  4. Jackyl, When Will It Rain [Request]
  5. Rhino Bucket, Ride With Yourself [Request]
  6. Graveyard Train, The Reason (I Love You)
  7. Jason Boland & The Stragglers, Do You Love Me Any Less [Request]
  8. Chris Young, Gettin’ You Home
  9. Chris Cagle, Chicks Dig It
  10. Randy Rogers Band, This Time Around
  11. Cody Canada & The Departed, Burden
  12. Cross Canadian Ragweed, Cry Lonely
  13. Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Refugee [Cover Comparison]
  14. Melissa Etheridge, Refugee [Cover Comparison Part 2]
  15. Josh Abbott Band, Texas Women, Tennessee Whiskey
  16. Ray Wylie Hubbard, Tell The Devil I’m Gettin’ There As Fast As I Can
  17. Lindsay Ell, Criminal
  18. Fountains of Wayne, Stacy’s Mom
  19. Rick Springfield, Jessie’s Girl
  20. Tommy Tutone, 867-5309
  21. Hot Chelle Rae, Tonight Tonight
  22. Ryan Follese, One Thing Right
  23. American Bang, Wild and Young
  24. The Cadillac Three, Drunk Like You
  25. The Men, Church Of Logic, Sin, & Love
  26. Northern Pikes, She Ain’t Pretty
  27. Sprung Monkey, Super Breakdown
  28. Collective Soul, December
  29. Live, Turn My Head
  30. Weird Al Yankovic, Yoda
  31. ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic, Word Crimes
  32. Garfunkel & Oates, Google
  33. Garfunkel & Oates, Pregnant Women are Smug
  34. Jon and Al Kaplan, Put the Fucking Lotion in the Basket- Buffalo Bill
  35. Ray Stevens, The Streak
  36. 7eventh time down, just say jesus
  37. Danny Gokey, More Than You Think I Am
  38. Jeremy Camp, The Way
  39. Third Day, Revival
  40. Kutless, What Faith Can Do
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Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 08/13/2017

This week on the Meltdown, it was lots of music, and not a lot of talk. We did address the situation in Charlottesville through song and a bit of conversaation…I was tired, but I think the playlist made up for it.

The Cover Comparison went country, putting Lee Ann Womack up against her friend and sometimes collaborator Buddy Miller. Stay tuned to find out which version of the song won.

In addition, we had lots of new music from Third Day, Kesha, Hinder, Lindsay Ell, and more.

Join me again next Sunday night at 7:00 PM East on XTFM.

Playlist

  1. Loudmouth, No Heroes
  2. Emerson Hart, If You’re Gonna Leave
  3. Thomas Rhett, Craving You (feat. Maren Morris) [Request]
  4. Steve Earle, Guitar Town
  5. Steppenwolf, It’s Never Too Late [Request]
  6. Steppenwolf, Born to be Wild
  7. Dropkick Murphys, The Auld Triangle [Request]
  8. Dixie Chicks, Goodbye Earl [Request]
  9. Dead Kennedys, Nazi Punks Fuck Off [Request]
  10. Body Count, No Lives Matter
  11. Body Count, Civil War
  12. Megadeth, The Threat Is Real
  13. Pat Benatar, Hit Me With Your Best Shot [Request]
  14. Pat Benatar, Shadows Of The Night
  15. Sheryl Crow, Steve McQueen [Request]
  16. Tyler Childers, The Harvest [Request]
  17. KT Tunstall, Black Horse & The Cherry Tree [Request]
  18. Buddy Miller, Does My Ring Burn Your Finger
  19. Lee Ann Womack, Does My Ring Burn Your Finger
  20. Third Day, Let There Be Light
  21. Third Day, Devotion
  22. Danny Gokey, Stronger Than We Think
  23. Danny Gokey, Hope in Front of Me
  24. Kesha, Let ‘Em Talk (feat. Eagles of Death Metal)
  25. Kesha, Hunt You Down
  26. Hinder, The Reign
  27. Hinder, Too Late
  28. Sir Mix-A-Lot, Monsta Mack [Request]
  29. Sir Mix-A-Lot, Posse On Broadway
  30. Metal Church, Gods Of Second Chance
  31. The Presidents of the United States of America, Peaches
  32. Candlebox, Far Behind
  33. Lindsay Ell, Waiting On You
  34. Rascal Flatts, Back to Us
  35. Zac Brown Band, Roots
  36. Brett Eldredge, Love Someone
  37. Brett Young, Like I Loved You
  38. Jon Pardi, Can’t Turn You Down
  39. Old Crow Medicine Show, Wagon Wheel
  40. John Schneider, I’ve Been Around Enough To Know
  41. Cross Canadian Ragweed, Fightin’ For
  42. Randy Rogers & Wade Bowen, In My Arms Instead [Live]
  43. Ufo, Rock bottom
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Episode 002: Generations With Megan And Rebekah 08/08/2017

Welcome to the second edition of Generations with Megan and Rebekah. Listen live every Tuesday at 7:00 PM East on XTFM.

It was a great mix of music and conversation. Some of the songs had a particular theme throughout the night. Listen, and see if you can figure it out. Also, listen for Megan’s big reveal regarding a life decision she’s made. Thanks to all who listened and made requests. We had the one-hit wonder feature, and lots of other good stuff on this week’s show. Enjoy!

Playlist

  1. Glen Campbell, Wichita Lineman [Request]
  2. Glen Campbell, I Love My Truck
  3. Alessia Cara, Scars To Your Beautiful
  4. Aretha Franklin, I Say A Little Prayer For You
  5. TLC, No Scrubs
  6. One Direction, Best Song Ever [Request]
  7. The Fray, You Found Me
  8. Luke Bryan, Play It Again
  9. Taylor Swift, Our Song
  10. Rachel Platten, Fight Song
  11. Lauren Alaina, Road Less Traveled
  12. Sam Hunt, Take Your Time [Request]
  13. The Vines, Get Free
  14. Katy Perry, Firework
  15. Ryan Follese, Put A Label On It
  16. Meghan Trainor, All About That Bass
  17. Justin Bieber, Sorry [Request]
  18. Adele, Someone Like You [Request]
  19. Fall Out Boy, Pretty In Punk [Request]
  20. ray jr, nozebleedz (remix) ft fabolous & ripp flamez
  21. David Nail, Night’s On Fire [Request]
  22. Calvin Harris, This Is What You Came For (feat. Rihanna)
  23. Tim McGraw, Humble and Kind
  24. Thomas Rhett, Die A Happy Man
  25. Maroon 5, Maps
  26. Katy Perry, I Kissed A Girl [Request]
  27. Twenty One Pilots, Ride
  28. Lady Antebellum, Need You Now
  29. Little Big Town, Better Man
  30. Thompson Square, Are You Gonna Kiss Me Or Not
  31. Kevin Bloody Wilson, Absolute Cunt Of A Day
  32. Dead Kennedys, Take This Job And Shove It
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Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 08/06/2017: All Over The Musical Spectrum

Tonight on the Meltdown we were truly all over the place. The Cover Comparison put Joe Nichols up against Sir Mix A Lot. We had lots of requests, and good conversation. Toward the end, the disclaimer was definitely necessary. Parts of the show are not suitable for the kids or the easily offended. We had a mix of everything from Sinatra to Steel Panther, and everything in between. We also had new music from Theory of A Deadman, BBrett Eldredge, and more!

Playlist

  1. Rhino Bucket, One Night Stand
  2. 311, All Mixed Up
  3. Frank Zappa, Why Does it Hurt When I Pee [Request]
  4. Incubus, Make Yourself [Request]
  5. Dierks Bentley, Somewhere on a Beach [Request]
  6. Twenty One Pilots, Heathens [Request]
  7. Charlie Daniels, Drinkin My Baby Goodbye [Request]
  8. Theory of a Deadman, Rx
  9. Theory of A Deadman, Make Up Your Mind
  10. Joe Jackson, Is She Really Going Out With Him
  11. Frank Sinatra, Fly Me To The Moon
  12. The Beach Boys, I Get Around
  13. Don McLean, Vincent
  14. Huey Lewis & The News, Heart and Soul
  15. Joe Diffie, So Help Me Girl
  16. Bread, Baby I’m A Want You
  17. Aaron Tippin, Whole Lotta Love On The Line
  18. Sir Mix a Lot, Baby Got Back
  19. Joe Nichols, Baby Got Back
  20. Brett Eldredge, Haven’t Met You
  21. Brett Eldredge, Castaway
  22. Aaron Lewis, Folded Flag
  23. Brett Young, Mercy
  24. Sammy Kershaw, Love Of My Life
  25. Ronnie Milsap, It Was Almost Like a Song [Request]
  26. Gene Watson, You’re Out Doing What I’m Here Doing Without
  27. John Anderson, Wild And Blue
  28. Gary Morris, Velvet Chains
  29. Don Williams, You’re My Best Friend
  30. Gary Stewart, Out of Hand
  31. Phil Vassar, In A Real Love
  32. Dylan Scott, My Girl
  33. Dead Hot Workshop, E Minor
  34. The Refreshments, Banditos
  35. Gin Blossoms, Mrs. Rita
  36. Icon, Two for the Road
  37. URIAH HEEP, STEALIN’
  38. Diamond Head, Waited Too Long
  39. Y & T, Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark
  40. Steel Panther, Weenie Ride [Request]
  41. Steel Panther, Poontang Boomerang
  42. Dropkick Murphys, Kiss Me I’m Shitfaced [Request]
  43. Tom Lehrer, Poisoning Pigeons In The Park
  44. Triumph the Insult Comic Dog, Who
  45. Triumph the Insult Comic Dog, I Keed
  46. Kevin Bloody Wilson, Kev’s Love Song (Dinkum ’bout Ya Da
  47. Kevin Bloody Wilson, Absolute Cunt Of A Day
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Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 07/30/2017: Music, Conversation, and Good Times

This week on the Meltdown, we brought you new music from Parmalee, Byzantine, Last Bullet, and much more. Cover Comparison pitted Willie Nelson up against Chris Stapleton, and the results were a little surprising. We also paid musical tribute to the late Chester Bennington of Linkin Park and singer/songwriter Michael Johnson.

We had a great conversation on-air between myself and Megan, who will be starting her XTFM Show with Rebekah on Tuesday at 7:00 PM East. We discussed this article about a restaurant in New York. Some people agree with their policy, many do not. The discussion in the chat room on the topic was great as well, and we read some of the comments on-air. On a sidenote, I did post the article to my Facebook, and noticed something in the comments section. Those of us with Conservative and libertarian viewpoints tended to be opposed to the policy on several grounds. Those who tend to think the restaurant is doing the right thing tended to be more left-leaning, which helps confirm the beliefs of myself and many others about our left-leaning people in the US. More on that on a future show or blog post, I’m sure.

Playlist

  1. Third Day, Revival
  2. Skillet, Awake And Alive
  3. Tourniquet, Twilight
  4. Casting Crowns, If We Are The Body
  5. Linkin Park, One Step Closer
  6. Linkin Park, Numb
  7. Linkin Park, Breaking The Habit
  8. Linkin Park, New Divide
  9. Eagles of Death Metal, Chase the Devil [Request]
  10. Dead Kennedys, Dog Bite [Request]
  11. P!NK, Just Like Fire (From ‘Alice Through the Looking Glass’) [Request]
  12. Sabrina Carpenter, Can’t Blame a Girl for Trying [Request]
  13. Meghan Trainor, Lips Are Movin [Request]
  14. Magic!, Rude [Request]
  15. Brett Eldredge, Mean To Me [Request]
  16. Dylan Scott, My Girl [Request]
  17. Willie Nelson, Last Thing I Needed First Thing This Morning
  18. Chris Stapleton, Last Thing I Needed, First Thing This Morning
  19. Dierks Bentley, Somewhere On A Beach [Request]
  20. Matchbox Twenty, Bent [Request]
  21. Queen, Bohemian Rhapsody [Request]
  22. Frank Zappa, Don’t Eat the Yellow Snow [Request]
  23. Michael Johnson, This Night Won’t Last Forever
  24. Michael Johnson, I Will Whisper Your Name
  25. Michael Johnson, Give Me Wings
  26. Shaman’s Harvest, The Come Up
  27. Last Bullet, Sin
  28. Byzantine, Vile Maxim
  29. Byzantine, Dead As Autumn Leaves
  30. Midland, Drinkin’ Problem
  31. Parmalee, Like a Photograph
  32. Parmalee, Barrel of a Shot Glass
  33. Jackyl, The Lumberjack
  34. Jackyl, Secret of the Bottle
  35. Y&T, summertime girls
  36. Giant, I’ll See You in My Dreams
  37. Steelheart, I’ll Never Let You Go (Angel Eyes)
  38. Da Vinci’s Notebook, Another Irish Drinking Song
  39. Garfunkel & Oates, Happy Birthday To My Loose Acquaintance
  40. Garfunkel and Oates, Fuck You
  41. Afroman, Because I Got High (Extended Version) [Request]
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