Known as being temperamental, he couldn’t have been more cooperative and charming in this chat about the band that helped define a generation.
There’s more to sports than numbers and percentages, and that’s where the good stuff lives.
McGraw is a loudmouth blowhard…but he’s *our* loudmouth blowhard…
HOST WEEK! Day 3 – Martin Kilcoyne sets the goofy Noon hour aside, and lets Carney interview him for a change
Let’s crack open that weird and awkward exterior, see what Martin’s all about…
HOST WEEK!: Day 3 finds us sitting down with Farmer Dave Schumacher, to find out that yes indeed, he is a farmer
When the station started in a little cornfield in Belleville, it’s believed Dave came with the building, and despite several moves and many lineup changes, he’s been here the whole time.
Texas has a whorehouse in it….or, they used to, until Larry Conners as a young cub reporter out of Houston, blew up the story, and brought the house down….Poor Dolly…
Giftology author John Ruhlin explains the art of giving gifts, and why we’re probably doing it wrong
A company branded golf ball gift set gets lost in the rough…but a really nice set of knives gifted in the middle of March gets used in the kitchen forever….and grabs your client’s attention.
It’s HOST WEEK! on The John Carney Show: We start by sitting down with the legendary Frank O. Pinion
Is Frank O. Pinion as grumpy in real life as he appears on the radio? We ask the hard-hitting questions of our hosts this week, during HOST WEEK!
Carney Show: Charlie Weber from “How to Get Away With Murder” tells us how he got away from Jefferson City (he grew up in Mid-MO)
Host John Carney seems very interested in his role as “resident stud” on the hit ABC show
Kenneth C. Davis, author of the “Don’t Know Much About” series, is out with a new book shedding light on the history of slavery in America
Ken Davis is our go-to history expert, and he’s back again with a new book telling the truths about one of our darkest eras.