The WTTS Morning Show

Paul

Join Paul Mendenhall weekday mornings for the WTTS Morning Show. Start your morning with lots of “world class” rock  including a 92 minute music set that starts at 8:30 and Paul has information about shows, artists and pertinent local news and events.

At 7:35am, play the Morning Music Mindbender. Test your musical knowledge for a daily prize.

Week of August 14

This  win tickets to Donald Fagen and the Nightflyers and the Bean (Bean Blossom Blues Fest) on the Morning Music Mindbender.

 

 

Past Mindbender music trivia questions:

Monday Aug 14th

Kevin Cadogen was a founding member of a popular band of the 90s and even today but ended up suing his band in court for wrongful termination…he’d beed sacked for not accepting a deal that would give the band a million dollars but, he thought,  his co founder total ownership of the band. Earlier this summer Cadogen passed through town with a new version of his old band which also still tours. What is the name of Cadogne’s current band?

XEB (Third Eye Blind)

 
Tuesday Aug 15th
The Beatles played Shea stadium in front of a new concert record 55,600 fans this day in 1965 but 26 years later, Aug 15, 1991, a solo artist blasted that total out of the park with a crowd of 750,000 in attendance at Central Park. Who bested the Beatles?

 Paul Simon
Wednesday Aug 9th

Two musicians survived attacks this week in music history, one in 2005 is shot in the head in a carjacking in Denver, the other suffered a concussion and a broken nose after being attacked by a group of men as he walked alone in New York City. Name one of the two artists who were victims of violence.

 Marc Cohn, Gavin DeGraw

Thursday Aug 10th

An artist associated with James bond songs once had to be rescued by ” her majesty’s royal navy.” Who was stuck under the hull of his boat “Drum” when it overturned while racing off the English Coast?

Simon LeBon

Friday Aug 11th

Musician Joe Jackson turns 63 today. Joe swims against the current of public opinion in regard to a social issue so much so that he relocated from New York to Germany in the mid 2000s over his opposition to what?

 

Smoking Bans