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 question most asked by fans: Wait...I have fans? Are you Jonathan Suttin? or What happened?
Three songs that sound great together: Well, when I DJ...I've learned that if you play the "Chicken Dance," "Hokey Pokey," and "Beer Barrel Polka" at a wedding in Wisconsin, almost everybody gets up to dance (everybody else is too busy drinking).
At the bar; beer, wine or mixer: Mixer -- Old Fashions!
Favorite restaurant: Regionally? Probably Freshii's or the Green Vine (in Baraboo), although back in NY I loved Tim Horton's
I'm famous for: I have one of the documented cases of "Foot in Mouth" disease. Doctors said that I wouldn't make sense past the age of 5. The fact that I work in radio is a miracle really...everyday is a challenge. :)
#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.
#1 most asked question by fans is… What times are you normally on? Whoa! How do you do it? You must have to drink a lot of coffee to stay up all night.
Three songs that sound great together... Eleanor, Put Your Boots On – Franz Ferdinant, Fairies Wears Boots – Black Sabbath, and These Boots Are Made for Walkin’.
At the bar: beer, wine or mixer?... Yes please.
Favorite restaurant in Madison... Madison restaurants….! So many that are incredible. I’d have to say right now, Brasserie V on Monroe Street.
I'm famous for... Hand stands, my stainless steel .22 semi-automatic and making raspberry jam.
Our Friday feature this week is Sting and the Police, as the man formerly known as Gordon Sumner turns 64.
Here are some Sting facts you can use to amaze and amuse your friends!
1. His bass is named Brian.
2. Early on, he performed on cruise...
In honor of Blitzen Trapper coming in for a Live From Studio M recording session on Monday, October 5th, we've been given a download of their single "All Across This Land" from their new album! The new album drops on Friday, October...
Fall is here along with cooler crisper temperatures....but we tried to rekindle some of the summer glow with "Rub it in" by Billy "Crash" Craddock.
It was a number one country song and number 16 pop song back in 1974.
At first some...
When JJ Grey came to Madison to play for us in Studio M this summer, he brought along his own video crew.
Now we know why!
Even if you're not watching too closely, you'll notice us all over this video for the song "Light a...
Some people seemed quite surprised that the song "Jungle Love" by Morris Day and the Time made it onto the World's Worst iPod.
The song only made it to #20 on the charts in 1984-85, but a lot of people saw it on MTV..and it was also part...
Happy 66th birthday to Bruce Springsteen!
In honor of this esteemed occasion, the guy who really doesn't like being called "The Boss" is our Friday feature this week.
And here are a few things you may or may not have known about our...
I'm pretty sure the website change.org wasn't created for things like this. There's a petition to ask the National Football League to have the Grateful Dead play the Super Bowl 50 halftime show.
Now I get their reasoning--the Dead...
With Keith Richards' new album "Crosseyed Heart" coming out this week, we're celebrating by making Keith and the Stones our Friday feature.
Here are a few things you may not know about London's hitmakers.
1. Keith failed his...