Hey guys its Theo again telling you about Music & Mayhem. This week we are playing songs from like "Anna Molly" from Incubus or "Gods Gonna Cut You Dowm " one of the last songs Johnny Cash made before his death. We also have Matisyahu, Pearl Jam, White Stripes, Three Days Grace, Smashing Pumpkins, Tenacious D and many more. So listen in Monday at 5 o'clock.
Nathan and Valerie will be back.

Happy New Year y'all. Tonight I'm playing mostly Alternative including Nine Black Alps, H.I.M., Yeah Yeah Yeahs and more. Been playing a few oldies too including Cheap Trick and Mott The Hoople-All the Young Dudes. Dudes was a song written by David Bowie and sounding like Bowie but played by Mott the Hoople. Ending off tonight with some Linkin Park nu-metal and k-os, a really spiritual hip hop band from Canada.

I switch each week between alternate/eclectic or dance. The Show is Fridays 9PM-10PM. Next week is Dance and who knows what I'll play. All I can tell you is it won't be polka, it wont be waltz and it won't be quiet!

To be played at maximum volume.

David Bowie These sets are brought to you by Lance Morrison who showed me the light on Ziggy Stardust. Outhaus drummer, orange hair and all, dear Lance, who put the meta in metaphor and the leap in leap of faith.

Josh Young was out of town last weekend, so Mr. Bowie has been tapped to fill in. So what if the president is getting rid of his generals on the ground in Iraq and putting an admiral in charge of two land wars. Reminds me of the old Roy Buchanan song "Drowning on Dry Land", written by Al Jackson, I believe. So much for his oft-repeated dictum about listening to his generals. Maybe if we dig a deep enough hole, all the missteps will be swallowed up, eh? Do you ever get the feeling you're in the belly of a whale?

Greetings everyone, and welcome to my first blog. The empty page can be such a daunting sight to see, yet also a very inviting one. First, happy new years to everyone listening and/or contributing to KRUU. 2006 has been quite a remarkable year! Let's hope that 2007 continues to see the happiness and growth of our wonderful--albeit, quirky--station.

Second, an apology for the lack of content posted to this website. 2k6 has been busy, but I promise the content will come! Just be a little patient for a little while longer ;-)

 

I have some great music for you tonight--new year, old music, but I thought tonight that I'd bring you some of the first songs that sprang into the public's awareness, and into their ears.

Every Monday at 5pm.



Happie New Year to everyone, everywhere. Tonite's show is dedicated to the spirit of innovation, creativity, and hope; and to the people that embody that spirit.

If you're travelling tonite, via a private chartered bus perhaps, or just in your favorite armchair, it is my prayer that you enjoy the evening and the coming new year.

Happy 2007!

-Matt Ahearn

Obvious World

Just wanted to wish everyone a happy and prosperous 2007.

It has been a pleasure, privilege, pandemonium and pile of work getting the KRUU mothership off the ground but we are pleased to be up and running and looking forward to a whole slew of fun in the new year.

All the best from the whole KRUU!!!

Hey everyone hopefully(if i can get the cash together) I'm going to be selling Music & Mayhem T Shirts. Mens shirts, girls shirts, long sleeve shirts, and more. Any money that we get from selling these T Shirts will be donated to KRUU FM. The shirts will be anywhere from 5 to 15 dollars. So add a comment about it, or call the station and ask for Theo Shier. There will be a Music & Mayhem website up soon and they will be sold on the website and on artwalks. Hopefully we will have some in stock in the summer. Thanks and listen Mondays @ 5 to hear me and nathan on Music & Mayhem.

Via Satellite and through KRUU Radio waves Obvious World will be getting digital this Sunday night, December 31st, from 10pm to 1am.

Hey guys it's Theo of Music & Mayhem and we are going to have an explosive show Monday. We are starting of with 3 songs from Black Stone Cherry a new band out of Kentucky and we will be talking more about them on the show. Nathan like always will be my co-host and we will have some audience members in the studio so it should be a good time so listen in on Monday at 5 o'clock. Peace.

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