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We've Got a Sneaky Saint this Week on Come by the Hills!

Well alright, so Andrew isn't actually sneaky, but his day kind of crept up on me this year. It's a good thing that I already had some Scottish tunes in the playlist this week, so I can pretend that I had planned for St. Andrew's Day, which is November 30 and a day for Scottish culture everywhere, all along. so yes. We have some Scottish tunes for andrew, a "Celtic Cover" featuring Jethro Tull, and of course our other usual things like "Me Music" and "Fiddlin' Around." You shan't be disappointed if you tune in!

This week on The Mosen Explosion, shall we, or shan't we?

Give us chocolate fish at once, after all, how often do you see the word “shan’t” written down these days?

On Sunday at 2 Pm Eastern, 7 PM in the UK, that’s on a Monday morning at 8 AM in New Zealand, The Mosen Explosion is back to bring you a programme of unprecedented goodies.

Talking About Queen and Adam Lambert on Only the 80s!

Hello Listeners

I would love it if you could join me, Anne Cosgrove on Saturday at 4 pm eastern, that’s 9 pm in the UK for Only the 80s on www.mushroomfm.com

There will be plenty of great 80s music and also, you can hear a 12 inch mix in the first hour. In the second hour, we’ll take a look at the UK and the US Billboard Charts, this week, we’ll be featuring 1987

You can contact me in the following ways:

Email, anne at mushroomfm dot com
Or send a wee Tweet, @Irish_2009

Roy Brown this week on The Juke In The Back

The Juke In The Back” focuses on the “soul that came before rock n’ roll,” the records that inspired Elvis, Buddy Holly, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and countless others.

Not having a Cuppa this week

Hi everyone, you may have noticed that Bonnie and I haven’t been doing our regular week-day shows over the last couple of days. We’re with my family at present as my Mum is seriously ill in the high dependency unit in hospital.

Roy Brown this week on The Juke In The Back

The Juke In The Back” focuses on the “soul that came before rock n’ roll,” the records that inspired Elvis, Buddy Holly, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and countless others.

Mushroom Munch still on Hiatus, but Whacky Wednesday still prevails!

We have been hard at work this Thanks Giving week setting up our Cedar Park studios ready for some new and exciting live shows. While we are finalizing our studio upgrades and preparing this exciting news for later next month, Join Jeff Molzow for an encore presentation of The Mushroom Munch Whacky Wednesday show from October 18th. Some of these stories were so funny the first time, we couldn't resist sharing them again. Don't worry, your favorite Mushroomie treat will be back in force on Monday.

It's a flashback to pay it forward on Monday's Mushroom Munch!

We've been undergoing some major upgrades in our Cedar Park studios this weekend, and sadly, "Murphy" has played a major role in these changes, and they are not quite finished. But, worry not, you won't miss your favorite Mushroomie treat, because you will get a 2nd helping of one of our favorite shows. Join Jeff Molzow as we flash back to one of our favorite encore presentations - Pay It Forward. We've got some great stories about how much joy we can bring into people's lives, some of them total strangers, with just some random acts of kindness.

The best variety of 50s and 60s music on The Early Years

When Jonathan says "goodbye" for another week at 6 PM Eastern on Sunday, or the Mushroom Pot relinquishes control to me on Wednesday morning at 7 AM Eastern, don't touch your internet device and stay tuned for The Early Years on Mushroom FM, the
home of the fun guys. Enjoy a wide variety of music from the 50s and 60s including the pre-rock era from 1951-55.
I have several version comparisons that I think you'll find interesting, one in particular that couldn't be more different. You may

Paying tribute to Rich Cavallaro, @Richcav, on this week's Mosen Explosion

Having taken a much-needed recharge day away from social media, it was only as I sat down to write a post about this week’s Mosen Explosion that I learned of the death of Rich Cavallaro due to complications relating to pneumonia. He was just 28. To say I’m numbed and shocked to the core doesn’t cover it.

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