Commemorating a 35th anniversary on this week's Mosen Explosion

First of all, a quick song for out times…”Take, me out to the ball, game, take, me out to the crowd…”. Oh, wait, wrong ball game. I dunno what to sing for the soup bowl actually.

Never mind, The Mosen Explosion inexorably rolls on for another week. Sadly, on 4 February 1983, Karen Carpenter died aged just 32. In collaboration with her brother Richard, she produced some outstanding music. Amazing use of multitracked harmonies, lush arrangements, and that full, rich, unmistakable voice. The Carpenters are our featured artists on this week’s show to honour her legacy.

As Mosen Towers fills with Alexa devices, Bonnie is here with another bulletin, we’ll look back at this day in history throughout the show, we’ll gladly receive your emails, phone calls and tweets, and of course we’ll be glad to talk about the big game if you’re a stop start fan.

It’s four hours of friendly conversation, great music, and unpredictable live radio. That’s how we roll on the Mosen Explosion, Sunday at 2 Pm Eastern, 7 PM in the UK, 8 AM on Monday here in New Zealand, only on Mushroom FM.