.... And that was My Last Words by Megadeth. Keeping it spicy with the Taco Flavored kisses, the night can only get spicier from here on out. Prepare the grills, and hold a glass in the air, cause here comes Smooth by Santana....
Sweet. Radio WAYDRN featuring the Clapton show.
It's nice to listen for a change.
.... And that was Breaking the Girl by the Red Hot Chili Peppers. We make a quick shutout here to our fellow host Lawdog, letting him know although he's out snooping the streets for treats, we here at WAYDRN Radio enjoy the delicious jams of the sixties. With that in mind, lets drift away with The Zombies with Shes Not There....
I won movie tickets from Esurance. I like free stuff.
I won those tickets too. I gave them to my brother cause I don't care about Star Trek.
Tubbs has a new home
The new one (Well, the last one, haven't seen the new new one) was fun.
.... And that was Burn It To The Ground by Nickelback, which helps demonstrate why you should always keep your friends close, and your enemies closer. Our theory here is that if the schools would replace recorders for Didgeridoos in music class, then we could finally achieve world peace. Who could be upset with the calls of nature soothing your soul, or at least making some bad ass music. Back to the table, lets take this time to polish off this dust and start playing the new music these kids are wanting to bust a jiggy too. Here's I've Got Your Number, Son by She & Him, straight off their recent release....
.... And that was Live & Die by The Avett Brothers, one song to help tide over the banjo enthusiasts that lurk these channels. We are all the same, excluding the Galloping Gazelle. He is in his own world, upon which he protects. That will do it for me for the night, this is Clapton signing out, and be sure to check in next weekend for your dose of WAYDRN Radio.
Ate some guacamole, which I'm allergic too yet usually say screw it and eat anyway.
Dry heaves aren't s fun as they sound.