BLEEP

My two favorite Sirius/XM stations are, of course, channels 49, Soul Town, and channel 50, The Groove. But something odd: when they play The Isley Brothers “Fight The Power,” they bleep out the word “bullshit.” But in “The Bird” by The Time, they do not bleep out the word “fuck.” Don’t understand why they bleep one, but not the other (which is likely more “offensive”). And remember, this is the business that was built on…


48

Pretty much the most awesome birthday a guy could ever hope for! As much as I have loved Great Falls radio, it has fallen too far in the last couple of years, and I *needed* to have more options. To the rescue — my wife, with the AWESOME gift of a Sirius-XM radio for my car! Check out this action: I will still listen to Great Falls radio occasionally, but holy cow — having satellite…


KEIN and YPR

It’s been several months since I’ve heard anything but static on KEIN (1310 AM) – no more “Music Of Your Life,” no Frank Sinatra, no Peggy Lee, no Mel Torme, no Glenn Miller, no Steve and Eydie. KEIN has been off the air before, but I’ve got a strange feeling it ain’t coming back this time. Very sad. But there is something new on the Great Falls airwaves – Yellowstone Public Radio. They started broadcasting…


KEIN is back! (again)

After weeks of hearing nothing but static, I was pleasantly surprised to hear KEIN back on the air this morning! 1310 on your AM dial. Don’t know why they were off the air – maybe another dispute – it’s good to be able to listen to the classics again.


Voices Of Montana in GF

Aaron Flint hosted his weekday “Voices Of Montana” radio program from The Daily Grind in downtown Great Falls today – very cool. Among his guests were Ed Buttrey, who talked about UAVs/drones, and James Parker Shield, who talked about the possibility of a tourist center on Hill 57. Aaron’s show airs M-F on AM 1450 KQDI in Great Falls. Good stuff.


IncomeAtHome.com

I listen to a lot of radio as I’m driving around town – flipping between KEIN for some classic tunes (Sinatra!), some NPR and 102.7 for news, 92.9 and 93.7 for rock and pop…and plenty of 1400 for talk radio. Lots of the talkers frequently push the “Income At Home” website, and I always figured it was some sort of referral website that would connect people with work-at-home prospects based on interests and abilities. I…


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