Steve & Johnnie Schedule - Oct. 5-9

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Also, as you plan your Halloween party for the kids, remember our Halloween Poem is now available for downloading.

OK, take a deep breath and remember that 2016 WILL happen in Chicago ... just without the Olympics. So, as we pick ourselves up and move forward, here's part of what's in store for us as we journey through the coming week.

SUNDAY NIGHT/MONDAY MORNING:

Our New Music Monday Magic Laser lands on "The Sun Came Out" as we highlight the official U.S. release of this double album from 7 Worlds Collide. 7 Worlds Collide is the brainchild of singer/songwriter Neil Finn (Crowded House, Split Enz) which brings together talented performers such as KT Tunstall, Jeff Tweedy (Wilco), Johnny Marr (The Smiths), Phil Selway (Radiohead) and more to benefit Oxfam International. BTW, for you "vinyl junkies," "The Sun Came Out" will also have a vinyl release later this month.

MONDAY NIGHT/TUESDAY MORNING:

Looking for some rest and relaxation via the movie Couples Retreat? Or maybe some thrills and chills in honor of Halloween by watching the new horror remake The Stepfather? Perhaps you'll want to take flight with the latest biopic Amelia.

We'll preview all of these and more movies for the month of October with Hank Sartin, Film Editor for Time Out Chicago.

And with a very special review of the Roller Derby movie Whip It we're happy to welcome back Barbara Dolan aka Queen B of Roller Derby Lite

PLUS

For many years, as our Monday night segued into the wee hours of Tuesday morning, we'd check redhotred.com to see who our friend Les Paul had been jamming with at the Iridium Jazz Club, in New York. Now and then Les would surprise us with a call after his show. Once again, tonight we'll take a few minutes and remember the amazing Les Paul and his legacy as we revisit part of an interview, a story, a laugh or, most importantly, his music and listen to "A Little More Les."

TUESDAY NIGHT/WEDNESDAY MORNING:

Those of you who have been with us for a while know that we REALLY enjoy the month of October and all the "frights" it brings. Tonight, we 're joined by a man who, along with his rubber chicken's, has been escaping from the mean streets of BERWYN and hiding in plain sight on the other side of your TV screeens for many frighteningly successful years, Rich Koz a/k/a Svengoolie!!

Here's a picture of Sven with Elvira.

PLUS

This week on our Radio Road Test we'll get some real world feedback from one of our long term radio road testers.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT/THURSDAY MORNING:

It's Website Wednesday Night and we'll try to solve your computer problems with the "World Famous" Cybersquad!

Patrick Crispen

Educational Program Designer for the Center For Scholarly Technology at the University Of Southern California, co-founder of The Internet Tourbus and webmaster of Netsquirrel.com.

Mike DiMichele

Computer Consultant, webmaster of SaveMyButt.com and creator of mysitebuddy.com .

Nic Rotondo

Digital artist, Mac evangelist & high priest of the ever-expanding, ever-changing, web neighborhood that is Optiflux.com/The Scroll. You can read Nic's Website Wednesday Night Show Site blog here.

PLUS

You think our Halloween poem is scary? Buckle up for the truly strange as we check in with our own late night showbiz guru, Gino Salomone, for the latest behind the scenes scoops from behind the big and small screens. 

THURSDAY NIGHT/FRIDAY MORNING:

We're more than happy to announce a return visit and in-studio performance from one of our favorite singer/guitarists, Joel Paterson, of Joel Paterson and The Modern Sounds.

PLUS

Unanswered questions or unspoken comments from this week's shows? We do our best to get to it all in our 3 AM Unfinished Bidnezz Hour.

PLUS

You've got a Friday, Saturday and Sunday to plan. What's to do? We highlight some of the best options in our 4 AM hour as we present The Weekend!

Per usual, expect a LOT of additions as we go through the week. So, don't forget to point your browser back here to see what they are.

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