I grew up with mom and dad, who was also in radio, exposing me to the likes of Barry Manilow, Bread, Melissa Manchester and other 70's soft rock staples. Hey, I can appreciate the good in any genre of music but that was a lot of work. I do love Neil Diamond, especially because he has an album called "Velvet Gloves and Spit". I was in the 7th grade at Washington Junior High School when my life would change. A kid at school, name Lee Burger, had a cassette of Van Halen's "Fair Warning" that he had to get rid of. He told me it had swearing on it and his mom wouldn't let him have it. Sold! I believe I gave him $2 and a lunch ticket for my first Van Halen cassette and it was the best money I ever spent. I would listen to that all the time, and then would save money so that I could buy even more Van Halen music, listening very closely to it all on my shiny new Sony Walkman. Realizing there's a whole new world out there, all my money and every birthday wish list would go towards music. Van Halen led to Led Zepplin, then the likes of Aerosmith, Kiss, AC/DC, Rush, Journey, and on and on. This was the 80's and the MTV Generation so I also got into the likes of Ratt, Dokken, Skid Row, Poison, Whitesnake and all the other bands that sang about parties and had hot girls in their videos. Hey, I was a chubby kid with a mullet so I had to live vicariously through these guys. Bottom line I loved music as a kid and that has never changed. I love the rock that we play everyday on Sasquatch 106-5 and I thank you for joining us for the party. Let us know what you want to hear and what you want to see at SquatchRocks.com. If you want a t-shirt, make sure to "Like" us on Facebook -- you never know who we'll surprise.
Hockey Night In Superior Is February 7
The City Of Superior in encouraging all residents to get out and skate at neighborhood rinks on Wednesday, February 7.
Saturday Travel Tips For Xcel Energy Center and Saint Paul RiverCentre
There are a lot of activities going on in Saint Paul Saturday surrounding Super Bowl LII. Here are are the activities you can enjoy and transportation tips, courtesy of the Xcel Energy Center and Minnesota Wild.
Laskiainen Finnish Sliding Festival Is This Weekend in Minnesota
Palo, Minnesota is only about an hour north of the Twin Ports and it'll be worth the trip this weekend for the Laskiainen Finnish Sliding Festival.
Paul Molitor Accepts AL Manager Of The Year Award [VIDEO]
Paul Molitor was named AL Manager Of The Year at the end of the 2017 Major League Baseball season. Monday night, the Twins skipper accepted the honor.
Free Concerts Available Super Bowl Weekend In Minneapolis
If you're heading to Minneapolis to experience the Super Bowl insanity, but don't want to break the bank, there are free concerts each day on Nicollet Mall.
Learn To Turkey Hunt Through the Minnesota DNR
If you want to learn to hunt turkeys, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has a great opportunity coming this spring.
Panera Bread Recalls Select Cream Cheese Products
Panera Bread announced that they are conducting a nationwide preemptive, voluntary recall of all 2 oz. and 8 oz. cream cheese products sold in its U.S. bakery-cafes.
St. Scholastica Grad to Appear on “Jeopardy!” Tuesday
Make sure to watch "Jeopardy" this Tuesday, January 30, so you can cheer on Emily Lewis who is a 2011 alum of The College of St. Scholastica.
Vikings Love Boat Scandal Made Into Must-See Documentary [VIDEO]
The Minnesota Vikings have had their share of headlines over the years, but there wasn't a more infamous incident than the 2005 Love Boat Scandal. Now, key players are talking in this documentary.
Lake Superior Writers Announces 2018 Writing Contest Theme
It's time for Northland writers to get inspired. Lake Superior Writers announced that its 2018 Writing Contest will have "Rescue" as the theme.