Keeler Show Notes for Tuesday, September 15th, 2015
Tuesday, September 15th, 2015
6 AM Hour
Caitlyn Jenner is against gay marriage? Plus, Trump is winning so much it's getting boring...
Keeler has a new favorite TV show. It may surprise you.
REO Speedwagon Gary Richrath has died. And, a wants to be the record holder for crushing watermelon's with her thighs.
Syracuse Bishop Robert Cunningham with some shocking comments about child molestation. We're joined by a man who was abused by a priest, Kevin Braney, who is now calling for Cunningham to step down.
7 AM Hour
Jerry Kraus, executive director at the Stanley, says the passing of Gary Richrath, the original drummer from REO Speedwagon, will not affect next month's show in Utica. Jerry is also a big Mets fan, that's why we like him...
Meghan Fraser of the Utica Chamber on tomorrow's Business Expo.
We're reconnecting with Jeff Spilka. He used to work with Keeler, is now in the Philippines and is trying to raise money to come back to the US.
Danielle Cummings of the Syracuse Diocese talks about Bishop Cunningham's comments on molestation. Cummings says Cunningham has written a letter to clearly state that molestation is wrong and no child is responsible or to blame for that.
8 AM Hour
Utica Comets Fan Face-Off: What the heck is it? Dave Behr and Jennifer Gagnon have details.
Andrew Lunetta - A Tiny Home For Good. He's building small homes for the homeless in Syracuse.
From one end of the spectrum to the other. Small homes, custom designed for big bucks in the North Country. Bill Rockhill of Bear Creek Carpentry Company is in studio.
Andrew has another contestant for our FREE Gas Contest