Jacob Hinkson

Congratulations to Jacob Hinkson from Jerseyville, IL, our “Listener of the Day”


KSHE Court: Prop D (Gas Tax)

Today’s BURNING issue is one that will be on the November 6 ballot in Missouri. “Should Prop D, Gas Tax, pass?” THE KSHE COURT HAS SPOKEN!

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Roger Daltrey maintains The Who is still going strong

Roger Daltrey insists that The Who is still going strong — but admits that he’ll be the first one to pack it in the moment they’re not. Daltrey’s autobiography, Thanks A Lot Mr. Kibblewhite: My Story, is set for publication in the U.S. on October 23rd and chronicles his colorful life and career from his…

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Gene Simmons hates ‘I Was Made For Lovin’ You’

Gene Simmons makes no bones about the fact that he loathes KISS’ 1979 hit, “I Was Made For Lovin’ You.” The song, which hit Number 11, was the lead single from their seventh album Dynasty, and although immensely popular, tainted the New York City rockers for jumping on the then-ultra commercial disco bandwagon. Blabbermouth reported…

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Dave Grohl to debut 23-minute ‘Play’ live

Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl will debut his innovative 23-minute song “Play” as a live performance piece with “friends” on December 8th at Warren Haynes Presents: Christmas Jam 30. The event takes place at US Cellular Center in Asheville, North Carolina and will also feature appearances from Eric Church, Gov’t Mule, Jim James, Joe Bonamassa…

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Ciara Coleman

Congratulations to Ciara Coleman from Highland, IL, our “Listener of the Day”

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7th Day: Rocktober 21, 2018

This week on the 7th Day we feature albums by Lynyrd Skynyrd, Pearl Jam, Dave Mason, INXS, Foreigner, and The Moody Blues


KSHE Court: National Boss’ Day

Today’s BURNING question has to do with today being National Boss’ Day, and how we would treat them. ‘Should you kiss your boss’ ass today because it’s National Boss’ Day?’  THE KSHE COURT HAS SPOKEN!

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Steve Perry back in the top ten with comeback

As expected, Steve Perry’s first album in over two decades, Traces, is making a major mark on the Billboard charts. The album, which is the former-Journey frontman’s first Top 10 solo debut, entered the Billboard 200 Albums Chart at Number Six “with over 73,000 total copies in sales and consumption.” The album entered the Billboard…

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Elton John eyeing smaller deep cut shows for die-hard fans

Elton John’s longtime guitarist and musical director Davey Johnstone says that Elton is considering fitting in a few deep cut rarities shows for the die-hard fans. Johnstone, who joined the original Elton John Band in time for the 1971 Madman Across the Water sessions, told us that what the uber-fans want is different from what…

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Flashback: Creedence Clearwater Revival breaks up

It was 46 years ago today (October 16th, 1972) that Creedence Clearwater Revival (CCR) officially disbanded. CCR was one of most successful acts of the late-1960’s and early-’70s, racking up 11 Top 20 hits in under four years. Seeds of the band’s demise came when co-founder Tom Fogerty left the previous year. Tom had been…

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John Phillips

Congratulations to John Phillips from St. Charles, MO, our “Listener of the Day”

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KSHE Court: Speeding Tickets

Today’s BURNING question is from listener, Glenn who asked this: ‘Should fines be more expensive if people get pulled over with kids in the car?’ THE KSHE COURT HAS SPOKEN!


Weekend Update: October 15th, 2018

Uman’s Weekend: Friday I played pickleball for the 3rd day in a row and didn’t play as well as I normally can. Don’t know why. Saturday morning I did a full body workout and then went to Foo Fighters concert with Mark Imo. Left before the encore as my daughter called to ask me to…