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Keeler Show Notes for Wednesday, Sept. 4th

Today is Wednesday, September 4th, 2013

TODAY IN HISTORY

  • 1982 “Valley Girl,” becomes a top-40 hit for Frank and Moon Unit Zappa. Frank Zappa earned his first and only top-40 hit with the satirical record “Valley Girl,” conceived by and featuring the voice of his 14-year-old daughter, Moon Unit.
  • 2002 Kelly Clarkson wins first American Idol. Kelly Clarkson, a 20-year-old cocktail waitress from Texas, wins Season One ofAmerican Idol in a live television broadcast from Hollywood’s Kodak Theater.Clarkson came out on top in the amateur singing contest over 23-year-old runner-up Justin Guarini after millions of viewers cast their votes for her by phone. She was awarded a recording contract and went on to sell millions of albums and establish a successful music career.

This Day in History:  click here

Keeler’s Gripe of the Day:  Easy Way Out

Ariel Castro killed himself in prison.

Leon Etienne and Romy Low had an amazing performance from last night on America’s Got Talent.  Matt Episcopo, another local magician and friend, came on to give a recap of last night’s show.  Let’s hope he makes it through.  The results are tonight…we’ll be at Tony’s in Washington Mills starting at 8.

Peter Franklin, the Gabby Cabby

Peter was on talking about his true tales of New York City.

Ilion Resident Challenging Attorney’s Fees Paid in Ilion

Todd Gookins is riling things up in the village of Ilion

Local Man Robbed by a Woman Who Spent the Night

A local man met a woman and had her spend the night.  He claims, in the middle of the night, as he slept, she burglarized his home.  He claims she sole a safe and his vehicle.  Now, he can’t seem to get police to act on his charge.  What do you think.

Brian, was on the air briefly this morning, he’ll be in-studio on Thursday ay 8am to discuss the whole story.

 

Leon and Romy Performed last night on AGT on NBC/Results Viewing Party 8pm Tonight at Tony’s in Washington Mills

Leon Etienne and Romy Low are on the radio this morning to discuss tonights big performance.  6 of tonight’s 13 acts will advance but we need to vote.  Here’s how to vote:

CLICK HERE!  A personal message for YOU from Leon and Romy!

Don Shipman from WKTV was in NYC last night, he was on the air this morning with an update.

Fantasy Football Player Insurance.  Are you Kidding?  This is Awesome!

Joe Lagalia’s a great guest.  Have fun w/ him and ask
about the Top Players this year.  Thanks for having him on.
We good?Here is the website
http://www.fantasyplayerprotect.com/

Obama and Syria is the topic:

Professor Robert Kraynak of Colgate University is on
the air to dig into the topic.

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