Schedule

Weekdays

The Free Beer & Hot Wings Show began as an afternoon show in Omaha, NE at non-commercial radio station KIWR in March of 1997. The Show, comprised of former Central Michigan University roommates Gregg Daniels and Chris Michels, eventually moved to mornings several months later where they remained until the summer of 2000. At that time, they moved on to WBON in Knoxville, TN. In June of 2002, The Show moved to New Jersey, where they were simulcast on WTHK in Trenton and WCHR on the Jersey Shore. The Free Beer & Hot Wings Show began full syndication in 2004 with the addition of WGRD in Grand Rapids, MI. Joe joined the show in 2005, followed by Steve in 2009 and Justin in 2016. The show is now heard on radio stations in 26 different states.

Stimpy 10a to 3p

Stimpy’s mother was a rocker and rumor has it that he was conceived at the Monterey Pop Festival in 1967. Rumors still circulate on just whom the father might be, Hendrix, Townsend, Garcia, that guy selling acid in the parking lot. The possible suspects are aplenty. Either way, from an early age, Stimpy found himself drawn to live rock music and the magic that it brings. His love of it led to him to pursue a career in rock radio and he’s been at it in Nor Cal since 1987. Check out Stimpy every weekday from 10am to 3pm on Chico’s Rock Station, 939 The Hippo! 

Learn More About Stimpy Here!

Wheezal Dogg 3p to 7p

Brent “Wheezal Dogg” Gallagher started in radio in 2001. During that time, he has rocked 93.9 The Hippo Chico’s Rock Station from 3pm to 7pm and he has hosted numerous comedy shows. Some have said that Wheez is a walking encyclopedia of music trivia. A music man if you will. It helps that he plays guitar drums and bass. He was always involved in music even at an early age. Wheez started singing in the school choir in first grade and continued throughout his academic years. It came in handy when he accidentally sang in front of one of his vocal idols during a LIVE in studio interview. One of (as he says) his most embarrassing moment in his radio career. An avid pool player and a live music junkie, Wheez in just a plain simple term… Likes to rock!!!! 

Lou Brutus is a true renaissance man…  he is the award-winning host of the nationally syndicated radio programs “hardDrive” which airs on weekends and is in its 20th year on the air, and “hardDrive XL” which is broadcast 5-nights a week and is now in its 10th year.   Between those two shows, Lou is heard in nearly 120 markets nationwide.    He was chosen to be the host of hardDrive because his interview skills were good enough to keep the likes of Maynard Keenan of tool and the legendary Frank Zappa talking up a storm on live radio!   He’s an accomplished photographer of both rock bands and of Major League Baseball… He’s also working on some books, is a voting member of NARAS  for the Grammys, but most of all he’s got radio in his bloodstream… he is the one and only Lou Brutus! 

Saturday

The Free Beer & Hot Wings Show began as an afternoon show in Omaha, NE at non-commercial radio station KIWR in March of 1997. The Show, comprised of former Central Michigan University roommates Gregg Daniels and Chris Michels, eventually moved to mornings several months later where they remained until the summer of 2000. At that time, they moved on to WBON in Knoxville, TN. In June of 2002, The Show moved to New Jersey, where they were simulcast on WTHK in Trenton and WCHR on the Jersey Shore. The Free Beer & Hot Wings Show began full syndication in 2004 with the addition of WGRD in Grand Rapids, MI. Joe joined the show in 2005, followed by Steve in 2009 and Justin in 2016. The show is now heard on radio stations in 26 different states.

Clark 10a to 3p

Clark has been in radio for 31 years most of it spent in Northern California.  He’s got a wife,  2 daughters and a 3 year old grandson who’s already a rock n’ roll scholar.  He’s a Rush fanatic (the Canadian power trio not the talk radio host), his favorite movie is Blue Velvet and his best friend is a tuxedo cat named Bootchie.  So yeah…he’s a crazy cat lady.

Big Jim 3p to 9p

Big Jim has been in the radio industry since 1990. He has been married since 1997 and has two boys. He is a local from Nor Cal who likes to play the guitar and write songs. His other interests are baseball, A’s, Raiders, and Star Wars. 

House of Hair with Dee Snider 9p to 12a

Best known as the lead singer of the acclaimed rock band, Twisted Sister, Dee Snider is a radio personality, television host, author, screenplay writer, actor, doting husband of over three decades, father of four children, and a grandfather too.

Join Dee Snider every week for a two-hour ride into headbangin’ heaven! Bang your head with your fellow metalheads and check out all your ’80’s big hair band favorites – from AC/DC to Zebra, with the Scorpions, Metallica, Bon Jovi, Poison and Ozzy Osbourne thrown in too!

It’s all of The House of Hair goodness, packed into one tight little show! Every weekday, Dee spins a different classic heavy metal tune – and throws in his commentary on all things metal! Don’t miss it – it’s your Daily House of HairCut!

Sunday

Abbey 8a to 12p

Abbey moved to Nor Cal from the birthplace of grunge – Seattle. Home to artists like Jimi Hendrix, Nirvana, Alice in Chains, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Candlebox, The Murder City Devils and so many more- she quickly found her calling in the Rock Radio scene and developed a serious addiction to live music. This led the way to a career in radio, where she’s been producing audio, directing music, interviewing bands, giving out sweet swag and sitting behind the mic for the better part of 12 years. In her free time you can catch her hiking one of the various trails in the north state, kayaking on Lake Oroville, or rocking out to the latest show at the Senator.

Likes: Music suggestions, pineapple on pizza, whiskey

Dislikes: Hipsters, Natalie Portman, Cable TV

Clark 12p to 4p

Clark in the Dark has been in radio for 31 years most of it spent in Northern California. He's got a wife, 2 daughters and a 3 year old grandson who's already a rock n' roll scholar. He's a Rush fanatic (the Canadian power trio not the talk radio host), his favorite movie is Blue Velvet and his best friend is a tuxedo cat named Bootchie. So yeah...he's a crazy cat lady.

Big Jim 4p to 9p

Big Jim has been in the radio industry since 1990. He has been married since 1997 and has two boys. He is a local from Nor Cal who likes to play the guitar and write songs. His other interests are baseball, A’s, Raiders, and Star Wars. 

Lou Brutus is a true renaissance man…  he is the award-winning host of the nationally syndicated radio programs “hardDrive” which airs on weekends and is in its 20th year on the air, and “hardDrive XL” which is broadcast 5-nights a week and is now in its 10th year.   Between those two shows, Lou is heard in nearly 120 markets nationwide.    He was chosen to be the host of hardDrive because his interview skills were good enough to keep the likes of Maynard Keenan of tool and the legendary Frank Zappa talking up a storm on live radio!   He’s an accomplished photographer of both rock bands and of Major League Baseball… He’s also working on some books, is a voting member of NARAS  for the Grammys, but most of all he’s got radio in his bloodstream… he is the one and only Lou Brutus! 

 

 

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