Here’s PK giving the results of the contest and some info on their next move.
Now we’ve always wanted to be the ones to break huge news, and we were hoping that would be the case when we had PK on the show today to give us an update on the Rolling Stones top unsigned bands competition. But alas, wahhh wahhhhhhh, they got the thumbs down. And to be honest, it kinda sounds like a crock of sh*t. They were in the top 5 out of the 16 bands in fan voting, but apparently only the top 4 are automatically in. In PK’s case, Rolling Stone made the decision to keep the genres diverse by kicking out the next top rock band (PK) and putting in a rap group.
While this injustice shouldn’t stand, it’s not necessarily a bad things for the boys from Templeton. They can keep kicking ass with their independent releases and DIY tours, only with a little more prestige behind them. Wish ‘em luck, and go see them on Thursday night at Muddy Waters in Santa Barbara!
Here’s Gregg Sullivan from ABC Bonding giving us the inside scoop on the life of a bail bondsman.
Today we had Gregg Sullivan, one of our main sponsors for March Mayhem, from ABC Bonding in the studio to talk a little bit about his job and the NCAA tournament. Before we got into bracket-ology talk, he gave us a run down of a day in the life of a bail bondsman, which with all the tasers and mace, sounds pretty damn interesting. We got a pretty crazy phone call from a lady who’s ex-fiancee still owes Gregg money from many years ago. I wish we had video, because he started taking notes and getting into business mode immediately and, well, let’s just say the man’s a professional. If your St. Patty’s Day celebration gets outta hand, give Gregg a call at 544-1000 or visit his website at www.bailbondsabc.com.
Here’s caller Liz letting Gregg know that her ex-fiance still owes him some serious cash.
Check out our conversation with J. Wilson, beer guy extrordanaire.
Today we had J. Wilson on the program to talk about his crazy sacrifice for Lent: the guy’s giving up solid food and living off of only beer and water. Apparently he’s doing this as a historical study as opposed to Jeff who did the same thing in college with 40’s of Old English. While J. has had some headaches and hunger pains, all in all he says he feels great and has a ton of energy. We’ll see how the next thirty days go on that front… What do you guys think? Could you survive on beer and beer alone?