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Video: Neon Tree's Tyler Glenn Gets Personal Corey O'Brien |
07/23/2014 | Filed In: Neon Trees | Tyler Glenn | Person2Person | Shauna Lake | KUTV | Bill Allred

Video: Neon Tree's Tyler Glenn Gets Personal

Tyler Glenn of Neon Trees sat down on a Channel 2's "Person 2 Person" with Shauna Lake in two parts to talk about Neon Tree's roots, why he doesn't have a driver's licence, coming out in Utah and the new album, "Pop Psychology."

If anything watch to see news anchors say, "Sleeping with a Friend." Then think of all the uncomfortable things you would like to watch news anchors say.

Also, I have no idea why one is big and one is small. I failed programmer's school.

 

If you want to see Bill Allred's "Person 2 Person" you can watch it here.

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Battle of the Records Richie T |
06/16/2014 | Filed In: Radio From Hell | Kerry Jackson | Bill Allred | Gina Barberi | Battle of the Records | DEVO | Johnny Paycheck | The Kinks

Battle of the Records

Battle of the Records Recap

Theme: Songs that make you cry because you hate your job

Bill's Pick for Battle of the Records: "Working In A Coalmine" - DEVO

 

Gina's Pick for Battle of the Records: "You Can Take This Job and Shove It" - Johnny Paycheck

 

Kerry's pick for Battle of the Records: "Do It Again" - The Kinks

 

You can vote for which one is your favorite on our Facebook page. Just "like" the video that you want to win! The winner will be played as the intro song for Tuesday's show

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The Dead Don't Deserve Groceries Richie T |
06/10/2014 | Filed In: Radio From Hell | Kerry Jackson | Bill Allred | Gina Barberi | Jack in the Box | George Will | Stolen Groceries | Boner of the Day

The Dead Don't Deserve Groceries

It’s now time for Boner of the Day (Tuesday recap). 3 news stories -- examples of bad, stupid, or funny human behavior. You will decide with your vote who is the worst, most deserving, of the award no one wants to win: the Boner of the Day. Boner: it means mistake.

Boner Candidate #1 - You Will Take Me To A Jumbo Jack and A Barq's Root Beer, Now!

A Los Angeles teacher allegedly drunkenly pulled a knife on students in their car Saturday night and demanded they take him to the fast food chain Jack in the Box. Read More

Boner Candidate #2 - Congrats On Your Coveted Status As A Sexual Assault Victim

Fox News contributor and Washington Post columnist George Will derided efforts on college campuses to combat the sexual assault epidemic as a ploy to "make victimhood a coveted status that confers privilege." Read More 

Boner Candidate #3 - She Wasn't Gonna Need Those Groceries

Thieves stole groceries from the decimated SUV of a Houston woman who was killed in a car crash while driving her two young sons on Wednesday. Read More

 It was another close race today, but boner candidate #3, "She Wasn't Gonna Need Those Groceries," won with only a handful of votes and was awarded the "coveted" award of Boner of the Day.

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Boner of the Week Richie T |
05/30/2014 | Filed In: Radio From Hell | Kerry Jackson | Bill Allred | Gina Barberi | Homosexuals | Joe the Plumber | Modesty | Isla Vista Shootings | Gays | Gay | Elliot Rodger | Gun | Guns | Richie T Steadman | Salt Lake City | Boners | Boner of the Week

Boner of the Week

Monday (Memorial Day)

Tuesday – Killer Homo Impulses Fox News’ Jeanine Pirro discussed on air with Dr. Robi Ludwig the idea that Elliot Rodger (the UCSB Killer) went on a rampage because he was gay. (Read Full Story Here)

Wednesday – Your dead kids don’t trump my constitutional rights Samuel Wurzelbacher, better known as Joe the Plumber, insisted the deaths of innocent people "don't trump" his constitutional rights to a gun. (Read Full Story Here)

Thursday – Modest is Hottest A group of female high school students in Wasatch County say their school took "modesty" standards too far when their yearbook photos were digitally altered to cover up skin, without their knowledge or permission. (Read Full Story Here)

Friday - Isla Vista shootings? I blame the gays. In a discussion with Tony Perkins, president of the hate group Family Research Council, FRC senior fellow Ken Blackwell blamed gays and the acceptance of them for Elliot Rodger's mass shooting. (Read Full Story Here)  

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Bill Allred Dives Into Ogden's Music History in the New Issue of "Revolv" cobrien |
04/23/2014 | Filed In: Bill Allred | Radio From Hell | RFH | Revolv | Joe McQueen | Ogden | Music

Bill Allred Dives Into Ogden's Music History in the New Issue of

Bill Allred looks into Ogden's music history in the new issue of Salt Lake's "Revolv" magazine.  "Revolv" covers fashion, music, art, food and people in and out of our state.  Read an expect of Bill's article about a man who made Odgen his home and after many decade is still performing:

"If you grew up in Ogden Utah, or spend any amount of time there you’ll begin to feel the vibrations of a city that is bathed in history. From it’s early roots in American fur trade, to it’s rise to prominence as a major railroad hub in the 40’s and 50’s, Ogden holds its fair share of ghosts. They can be rough, loud and dangerous or full of laughter and wicked fun. The City itself seems alive with these specters of the past, and you will certainly hear echoes of their stories on 25th Street where, thankfully, some of their old haunts still stand.

The railroad station, which is the origin of so much Ogden history, still stands at the west end of old 25th. To the east, on either side of what the locals call ‘Two Bit Street,’ are stately hotels, restaurants and nightclubs, some of which have a shadier past as opium dens and houses of ill repute. The venerable brick facades and red pavers in the sidewalk perfectly complement the vintage signs and colorful awnings that line the street and give you a true sense of an era gone by. Of course, building names have changed over the years, as have their purpose, but echoes of the ghosts of Ogden’s history are still present..." Click here to read the full article and see more pictures of Joe McQueen.

You can find "Revolv" in bookstores around Salt Lake and Unhinged in Sugarhouse.

Content used with permission from "Revolv." 

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