I was told by the station's webmaster to write two sentences about my life. Uh oh, I think I've wasted my two sentences.
#1 question most asked by fans: You're the last person in line, right?
Three songs that sound great together: Actually, I like playing them one at a time.
At the bar; beer, wine or mixer: Water, no ice. And LOTS of free beer nuts.
Favorite restaurant: Any place that recognizes me and gives me a free meal which still hasn't happened yet.
I'm famous... in the minds of all my friends who DON'T live in Madison.
Although she swears she is not a morning person, Kitty has been helping you wake up for nearly two decades on 105.5 Triple M. Putting to good use everything she learned in journalism classes at UW-Stevens Point, Kitty likes to delve into the important issues, like stuff spilled on the highway and rampaging animal stories.
#1 most asked question by fans is...What time do you have to get up every morning? (Around 4 or 4:30)
Three songs that sound great together... Bluebird by the Buffalo Springfield, Blue by the Jayhawks, For You Blue, by the Beatles
At the bar; beer, wine or mixer?... Beer, preferably a local microbrew that's not overly hoppy.
Favorite restaurant in Madison...It's a tie between Sprecher's and Old Chicago. It probably has a lot to do with the beer selection.
I'm famous for...my ability to recite the entire "Calgon, ancient Chinese secret" commercial from memory.
#1 most asked question by fans is... Oh, so that’s what you look like? But, when fans say that, does it mean it’s a good or a bad thing they’re asking me?
Three songs that sound great together...You mean all three songs played at the very same time? Probably not, so how about, Stephen Stills, Love the One You’re With. Eleanor Rigby, The Beatles. And, The Moody Blues, Nights in White Satin.
At the bar; beer, wine or mixer?... All of the above!
Favorite restaurant in Madison...Years ago, it was: THE ABBEY. That bring back any memories, a restaurant in an old church as I never lost my religion because the food was sooo good. Now: La Baguette here on the west side of Madison, right by Triple M. I like it because it is simple and nice and the food reminds me of when I lived in all places, France.
I'm famous for...being famous by not doing anything famous.
I’m a music freak who has worked in radio my whole life. I have no kids, but instead, 2 cats, a houseful of books, CD’s and records. I live with my best friend and husband, Tim.
#1 most asked question by fans is...Are you from new York?
Three songs that sound great together ...Ray Lamontange “ Trouble”, Al Green “ Love and Happiness” Brett Dennon “ Make You Crazy”
Remember when we were headed for the 90s..and grooving to the Escape Club?
This band from London scored a number 1 hit in 1988 with the song "Wild Wild West." It's probably the only song you remember from that band--but they weren't a...
With Father's Day coming up, we thought we'd choose one of the greatest dad songs of all time. But since that song wasn't on the iPod, we decided to go with "Daddy Don't You Walk So Fast" by Wayne Newton.
This song made...
Today was another busy day at Bonnaroo. We started the day off by seeing Shakey Graves. I missed his show in Madison earlier this year so he was a must see on my list. Loved him!
Right as he ended, a press conference with Ed Helms, Abigail...
Saturday was a very busy day! So many Triple M bands to see! So many concerts were back to back, so we did a lot of walking back and forth from the stages to the media compound. If you're ever in need of getting more steps in during the day,...
Day 2 is upon us! Despite being up fairly late and not sleeping super well (first time camping...I'll get used to it I'm sure), I was hoping to sleep in just a little bit, but my body had other plans. It woke me up at 5:45am for the hell of it. I...
Hey all! It's your Bonnaroo Backstage Blogger Kellie here! I finally have some down time to write about my experiences.
My sister and I left for Bonnaroo at about 5:30am on Thrusday morning with quite a full car. Both the back seat and the...
One of the great things about radio in the 60s and 70s is the variety of music that made it onto the radio. A rock song by Led Zeppelin could be followed up by Paul Anka or Andy Williams. A polka could make it to top 40 right alongside a disco song...
With the big concert with the Avett Brothers and Brett Dennen coming up at Breese Stevens Field in October, I did a little digging to find out more about the facility that was just put on the National Register of Historic Places last year.
1. I always...