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Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show brings you comedy, sports, music and all things Pittsburg. Hosted by veteran radio personality, Randy Baumann, this classic morning drive time radio show will make you laugh every time. Full of local Pittsburg info, Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show broadcast from the Steel City daily. If you're looking for a 'normal' morning show, this isn't the one. If you like a wacky variety of comedy, sports, and local news, tune in every morning. Randy interviews a variety of celebrity guests and local personalities all while entertaining you with his own, unique brand of humor. Wake up everyday with Randy and the DVE Morning crew.
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Billy Gardell joins us LIVE from Los Angeles as his jazz vinyl collection grows and grows. Plus, James Cameron's complaint about binge watching Netflix, Pittsburgh's televised fireworks shows, and more.
Happy 4th July Weekend! We take a look back at some the best interviews from the past few years, including some conversations from monumental comics we lost (Bob Saget and Louie Anderson). Plus, Bootsy Collins, Steve Buscemi, Sebastian Maniscalco, Dee Snider, Alan Zweibel, Patton Oswalt, and Ahmet Zappa
John Cole is Anthrocon's official Public Outreach and PR Director, and he has many a furry persona, too. And everything you need to know about Anthrocon 2022 returning to downtown Pittsburgh. Plus, Bill ranks his five favorite American Movies for the Fourth of July Weekend. And Stan Savran is open to the idea of the Penguins moving on completely from Evgeni Malkin and Kris Letang.
Phil Bourque recalls seeing Ulf Samuelsson getting a gruesome injection during the '91 Cup Final to numb his broken hand, Ray Zawodni is running out of a wardrobe, Mr. Wednesday Jeff Konkle is back from a blowaht with some childhood friends, and Mark Madden doesn't think Aerosmith will tour again.
Bill Crawford takes in all the Biltmore Estate has to offer, Billy Gardell's vinyl collection keeps growing and growing. Plus - a wedding dress to die for, and the doo-doo's and doo don'ts when you're outta TP.
A list of the best music festivals of all time from Watkins Glen to Newport Folk Fest and more. Plus, remembering legendary Who bassist John Entwistle on the twentieth anniversary of his death, and the new Netflix show that is completely necessary and not at all invasive or weird (sarcasm).
Sean Casey looks back on his prom night at Upper Saint Clair, and what's impressed him most from O'Neil Cruz this week. Plus, Sean Collier reviews the new Elvis biopic and a Esquire just published a list of Will Ferrell's best movies, but not without controversy. Also, a review of Bar 11's Rain Party and more
Even Big Cat was taken aback by O'Neil Cruz's impressive debut against his Cubbies the other night. Plus, why Daniel Snyder will probably never be dethroned as Commanders Owner. Comedian Paul Virzi has his very own Netflix Special - Nocturnal Admissions out TODAY! Plus, Rob Grentz highlights one of the most unique bars in Pittsburgh - Bar 11 - on the day of their Summer Solstice party. And the Godfather Stan Savran reacts to Mike Tomlin's tell all interview with Ryan Clark, Fred Taylor, and Channing Crowder.
Scott Blasey didn't find his voice until well into his singing career, Mr. Wednesday Jeff Konkle is a white knuckle driver who relies on his wife's passive aggressive warnings about other cars, Mark Madden is not buying Chase Claypool's "top 3 receiver in the NFL comments" in the slightest.
Comedian Mike Zydel had a great time with his dadchelor winner Jim Lucas, Tim Benz comments on Chase Claypool's remarks about being a top three receiver in the league, and why parents our skipping out on having the birds and the bees conversation with their kids these days.
Full show from Friday featuring The Dadchelor, our quest to find a father figure for comedian and Greenfield's Finest Pod host Mike Zydell, a double-feature in the virtual coffeehouse with Slam band and Sam (at Club Cafe TONIGHT) and the Damaged Pies (Go and Get Your Girl film debut at Tull Family Theater on Sunday), plus Val's News, Mike's Sports and more.
PFT Commenter prefers the chaos that comes with being a Washington Commanders fan over the stability of the Steelers, Stan Savran thinks the Steelers have plenty of bricks in place (especially on defense) but are in need of some mortar to hold everything together.
Mark Madden likes Tampa in the Cup and is fine with international money influencing American sports whether it be between China and the NBA or Saudi Arabia and LIV Golf. Marilyn Monroe's dress is apparently in disrepair after Kim Kardashian wore it at the MET Gala, Bill goes to traffic court, and more
Meg Burkardt teamed up with Minkah Fitzpatrick against TJ Watt and Alex Highsmith on Sunday after challenging the Steeler linebackers to a game of doubles pickleball. Billy Gardell returns live from Los Angeles
Meg Burkardt frequents pickleball courts in the North Hills and on Sunday, she was just looking for an open court or a game looking for a fourth when she stumbled upon Alex Highsmith, Minkah Fitzpatrick, and TJ Watt. Well, Meg joined in and alongside Minkah dominated the two linebackers for a few sets. And thus a Yinzer legend is born.
Bottlerocket Social Hall in Allentown is a 1970's time machine: TV's chained to the ceiling playing Steelers highlights, vinyl walls, vintage Iron City decor - the works. Chris Copen highlights some upcoming events at Bottlerocket you won't want to miss!
Chris Copen is co-owner of Bottlerocket Social Hall, Pittsburgh's newest comedy club and vintage 70s bar located in Allentown. Aaron Rodgers has a new girlfriend and she's a witch! Cool! Plus, looking back at the no-hitter from Dock Ellis in San Diego, and the Dadchelor field is almost set!
Neal Schon's bay area journey around between two guitar legends, Sean Collier is not a fan of the newest installment in the Jurassic Park series, and PA Medical Kushy has all your legal weed reviews on YouTube.
Steve Blass joins the Morning Show crew for a trip down memory lane from coming into the league among Hall of Famers, winning a World Series, and becoming a spokesperson for sports psychology.
Big Cat thinks fans should keep it clean at matinee baseball games, but all bets are off during the post season in any sport at any arena, and he also thinks the Warriors may regret their whining behavior after last night's Game 3 loss. Steve Blass recalls the immense support he received from family and teammates alike towards the tail end of his career, and Stan Savran doesn't see how the PGA has any move other than to suspend those who jump ship for LIV Golf.
Photographer Chancellor Humphrey runs Keep Pittsburgh Dope on Instagram, a gallery fully dedicated to capturing Pittsburghers in the wild, in their purest form. Mr. Wednesday Jeff Konkle loses it while working on the house over the weekend, and we tip our cap to a Yacht Rock legend - Jim Seals.
Mike Westhoff feels he created the coordinator position for Special Teams coaches, and rattles off a few underrated coaches and players he's come across in his career while describing his new book, "Figure It Out: My Thirty-Two-Year Journey While Revolutionizing Pro-Football Special Teams." Plus, a Disney wedding gone wrong, and more
Matt Light caught up with AB after his performance at Enclave in South Side on Friday night where he played the same song four times, a comprehensive list on how to endure music festivals, a throwback to the Pittsburgh Power Ballad Challenge's salute to pierogis
Inside Edition producers did the dirty work around Sin City to find out whats floating around the pools at some of the world's classiest resorts. Sean Casey recalls seeing a subway rat beneath the bowels of Shea Stadium, Matt Light follows AB's performance at the Enclave in Southside this weekend, plus comedian Steve Trevino, Stan Savran on the Steelers 2022 Ring of Honor Class and more
PFT Commenter considers Genie Bouchard the Kyler Murray of tennis after she scrubbed her profile of Mason pics, Mike Z is looking for a dad and has a few qualifications, hopefully you can help! Plus, Mark Kaboly has a rebuttal to the cornball comments casted on from Najee Harris.
Mr. Wednesday Jeff Konkle is in the middle of remodeling his bathroom and is finding it harder to do than the YouTube tutorials may claim. Mark Madden wants even more scoring in the NHL, Sweden is not known for it's hospitality, and more.
Weird Paul recaps a wild Memorial Day 500 that did not included Rock n Roll by Led Zeppelin, but did crown an unlikely champion. Plus, the new an improved way to eat a hot dog if you're outta buns, and a tip of the cap to the one and only Ronnie Hawkins.
Kelly Carlin's new documentary George Carlin's American Dream is out now on HBO. She discussed her father's sense of humor and dealing with his celebrity as well as the evolution of his career. Plus, Vincent Pastore of the Sopranos remembers working with Ray Liotta on the big screen, and how he his Sopranos cast members have remained friends through the years. Weird Paul previews the Memorial Day 500 and some of his favorites through the years. Also a few Coffeehouses from Jack Swing and Dan Stylsinger and Steve Monteleone and Beau Bechtel of It's About the Warrior remind us about the true meaning of Memorial Day.
Kelly Carlin (daughter of legendary comedian George Carlin) joined Randy Baumann to discuss her father's legacy, sense of humor, and path to stardom, as depicted in the new documentary out now on HBO: George Carlin's American Dream.
Big Cat breaks down the do's and don'ts of check out line etiquette, Stan Savran in favor of the hires made in the Steelers Front Office, Limousine Beach blow us away in the virtual coffeehouse, and more.
Paul Myers (brother of Mike Myers) recounts the history of Kids in the Hall amidst their resurgence thanks to the new Amazon Prime series, and how they took their punk rock attitude of comedy to the small screen. The Commonheart have new album coming out in September and are hitting Stage AE Saturday for a show thats been two-plus years in the making, Mr. Wednesday Jeff Konkle hates taking requests at the grill, and Mark Madden has a change of plans in Las Vegas
We honor the life of Charles Jacques, Jr. who was made famous by Rick Sebak's Kennywood memories and has even given the Morning Show a tag line or two of the years. Plus, Bill Deasy breaks down this year's Allegheny Summer Concert series happening every Friday and Sunday evening at South Park Amphitheater and Hartwood Acres
Steve Byrne and Josh Adam Meyers preview tonight's Comedy Jam at the Carnegie Library of Homestead - some tickets still remain for the Late Show! Plus, Bill Gardell reveals what he WOULD sing if he ever makes the lineup, Sean Collier reviews the new Downtown Abby flick, and more
PFT Commenter loses a bet and has to wear a bikini top to a Caps Game. Mike and Jack from Greenfield's Finest return with an all new edition of Gear Grinders. Steve Byrne's son has some hilarious one-liners. Stan Savran isn't sure if Ron Hextall returns as Penguins GM. Paul Bossong has the scoop on this weekend's Millvale Music Festival, which is coming back bigger and better than ever before, and much more.
PFT Commenter from Pardon My Take Podcast returns after letting it all hang out at Capitol One Arena last week. Plus, butchering some athletes names thanks to Billy Football's failed attempt at pronouncing Jack Nicklaus.
Mike and Jack from Greenfield's Finest podcast return for another edition of Gear Grinders. This week, Mike broadcasts LIVE from a Co-Go's break room to share his annoyance with side dads. Jack heads to a doctors office inside a Long John Silver's.
The Ol' 29er thinks Geno deserves to be paid what he's worth, but that Pens probably can't front the bill - plus, a serious warning to phone scammers out there. Mark Madden doesn't see Fenway Sports Group "blowing it up" this offseason, and disputes any claims that Sid was forced to sit out despite being healthy enough to play in Game 6. Tall Cathy fills in for Val, plus Mr. Wednesday, how to talk to your kids about the playoff loss and more
Matt Huff - our resident Marvel Comic Universe movie critic and Radiothon '17 Alumnus- reviews the newest installment into the MCU: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness starring Benedict Cumberbatch.
Billy Gardell returns LIVE from Los Angeles and disputes what his favorite color might say about his music taste, Joe Bartnick wraps up the final Soft Dump of the season, Abby is in for News, and the new saga that's hitting Netflix soon - the Yinzer Swindler - PGH singles look aht.
Joe Bartnick returns for the final Soft Dump of the season, and it's a sad one. After the Pens failed to vanquish the Rangers in Game 7, surrendering yet another lead and blowing a 3-1 SERIES lead. Crosby's injury in Game 5 was definitely the turning point, but the Pens inability to add insurance goals, and taking dumb penalties, as well as Dumo's absence proved to be too much. So, what's in store for 2022-23, and who will still be in a Pens sweater come the fall.
Paul Steigerwald and Colby Armstrong recap last night's Game 7 in what ended up being a whirlwind of a series full of excitement and disappoints, Tim Benz highlights the Crosby injury as the turning point in the series, and more
Phil Bourque took matters into his own hands following Adam Graves' nasty slash of Mario Lemieux in 1992. Plus, how the Pens can ultimately get back at Jacob Trouba and the Rangers, and avoid a meltdown tonight in Game 6
Phil Bourque weighs in on the Trouba hit that knocked Sid outta Game 5, plus when we might see Tristan Jarry back in net, and why the Pens have to avoid a meltdown tonight. Plus, Gwyneth Paltrow's latest Goop product, Sean Collier's movie reviews and more.
Big Cat from Pardon My Take broke bread with Steelers first round draft pick Kenny Pickett recently, and also wants the Pens to seek some vengeance for the dirty hit Jacob Troube landed on Sidney Crosby last night in Game 5 at the Garden
Brian Metzer of the Penguins Radio Network thinks last night's third period was possibly the Pens worst of the series, following the loss of Sidney Crosby after a high hit delivered by Jacob Trouba in the second period. How can the Pens bounce back in Game 6? It all starts with Geno