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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.
PFT Commenter had to move to Chicago and had no problems dealing with sleazy salesmen in his efforts to buy a new car in his new city. Since the COVID-19 pandemic started, it could only be none other than The Clarks as the first live and in-studio guest to perform on the Morning Show. Aries Spears also makes his return to the show to flex once again his ridiculously accurate Tony Soprano impression.
Mr Wednesday Jeff Konkle empathizes with Randy who spent more time in the car getting to and from the Dead and Co show than actually watching the show. Mark Madden is worried for the future of all sports after the PGA is the first domino to fall after the merger with Saudi owned LIV Golf.
How far are you willing to go to enjoy a meal while stuck in a car for hours and hours. Most everyone loves having a pet, but how much time are you willing to commit to making sure you and your future pet will be compatible before committing to each other. Billy Gardell shares some of his most beloved amusement park memories.
David Gans has been following the Grateful Dead and Dead and Co for decades and he joins the show today ahead of Dead and Co's appearance tonight at the Pavilion at Star Lake. Over the week, the Pittsburgh police scanner Twitter account blew up on social media.
Sean Collier reviews Across the Spider-Verse, the new Stephen King movie The Boogeyman, and has a retro pick. Both Paul Steigerwakd and Josh Yohe join the show to share their thoughts on the Penguins decision to hire Kyle Dubas as the team's new president of hockey operations. Chip and the Charge Ups in for a virtual coffeehouse.
Kyle Kinane is headlining the DVE Comedy Fest next month and this morning he joins the show to preview what you could see if you buy your tickets. Big Cat had a big night last night as he crushed 20+ pieces of bread at dinner. Ben Soltesz promotes the Northside Music Festival coming next month. Brian Seese of The Redlines is in for a virtual coffeehouse. Stan Savran was extremely relieved to see the Pirates did not go the entire month of May without winning a single series.
Kyle Kinane is headlining the DVE Comedy Fest next month and this morning he joins the show to preview what you could see if you buy your tickets.
Mr Wednesday Jeff Konkle studies the origins of some odd sounding bodily terms. Mark Madden won't reveal his sources but he reported that the Penguins are on the verge of hiring Kyle Dubas as the new GM for the team.
Shawn Wayans joins the show to share what it was like growing up the ninth of ten siblings and having so many members of his family being just as comedically talented as he is. LeVeon Bell revealed he would smoke weed only moments before kickoff for Steelers games.
Mike and Jack from Greenfield's Finest return for another edition of Gear Grinders. PFT Commenter always keeps it simple when he's drinking wine. the band Sweat will be having an album release party tomorrow at Spirit in Lawrenceville, and today they join us for a virtual coffeehouse. Stan Savran thinks even if the Pirates continue to slump, if they finish close to .500 the season should still be considered a success.
Mr Wednesday Jeff Konkle just wants to have normal sex and doesn't need meth to be a part of the kinky experience. Bill Bellamy is the father of the term 'booty call.' Mark Madden saw Foreigner last night and is reporting live from Johnstown, PA.
Rob Rossi has been diving deep into whom the Pens may hire as their next General Manager and team President. Billy Gardell joins the final hour of the show and sheds some light on the current situation Hollywood finds itself with its writers.
Big Ben told Kenny Pickett that he was rooting against the rookie because he didn't want Pittsburgh to forget about his time serving as QB, but once Ben realized how legit Kenny was #7 has become #8's biggest fan. Randy thought he stumbled upon a steal to buy a piano for his childhood home, until he realized almost too late it was all a scam.
Sean Collier reviews Fast X, the White Man Can't Jump remake, and has a retro pick. Paul Bossing joins the show to promote the Millvale Music Festival this weekend. Ry Zawodni likes his pizza just plain, and loves watching the Sister Act franchise. Sean Casey is back in studio.
Bugsy Ryan Malone returns to the show to promote his event happening tonight the 'Black and Gold, Breaking the Mold' which advocates for mental health awareness. Big Cat doesn't want AI to ruin live sports for him. The Godfather Stan Savran thinks the Pirates can hold steady, and shares his opinions on what the Penguins should do with new leadership.
Randy saw Martha Stewart on the new SI Swimsuit cover and he doesn't care how old she is, he thinks she's still hot. There is a lot of controversy surrounding Guitar Pick Reviews' list of the top eight guitar solos of all time. Mark Madden praises his good friend Pat McAfee for his show's new deal with ESPN.
John Pergal returns to the show to promote a huge show for Watkins Glen Revival coming up. Mark Kaboly had little interest in the Steelers rookie mini camp from this past weekend.
Rob King is amazed by how well the Pirates new ace Mitch Keller has been pitching but feel let down by the rest of the team who barely does just enough to help him earn the win. Eddie Ifft is in town for his homecoming show this Friday and he reminisces on some of his favorite Pittsburgh memories.
PFT Commenter will tell you you're wrong if you try to tell him there's an NFL offseason and he'll happily point you in the direction of everyone paying attention to today's schedule release. Jon Bindley and the Bindley Hardware Co are performing tonight at the Thunderbird Cafe. Stan Savran won't take any solace in the Bucs remaining in first place in the NL Central because of how bad the team has played in nine of the last ten games.
Mr Wednesday Jeff Konkle recounts on this past weekend when he had to make his way from the South Hills to Oakmont to make a gig during rush hour and he's still fuming from dumb Pittsburgh drivers and construction. Bill Deasy returns to the show to share what concerts you need to mark on your calendar for this summer in the Burgh.
Ryan Peters is a local Pittsburgh who has captured the attention of millions of fans across several social media platforms for his adventures with pasta making, including his most recent video which featured making a batch of pasta with 4096 eggs. The Pirates ended their seven game losing streak in a big way thanks to Mitch Keller's complete game shut out performance.
Val talks about a hotel manager who got caught sucking on a guest's toes, and a river in New Jersey that not only had water flowing through it but tons and tons of pasta. Only a short time ago everyone was cheering on the Bucs who were winners of seven straight, but all of that seems like the distant past after they lost their seventh straight game Sunday afternoon.
Sean Collier reviews Guardians of the Galaxy 3 and has a retro pick. Sean Casey is feeling extremely deflated after the Pirates were swept in a three game series by the Rays. Edzo returns is reporting live from Churchill Downs to preview the 149th running of the greatest two minutes in sports, The Kentucky Derby.
Edzo returns is reporting live from Churchill Downs to preview the 149th running of the greatest two minutes in sports, The Kentucky Derby.
Even though his Bears gave up the 32nd overall pick to our Steelers in exchange for Chase Claypool, Big Ct is still happy with how the Bears handled the draft and he never shies away from an opportunity to throw Aaron Rodgers under the bus. Stan Savran isn't that concerned that the Pirates are have lost two games to the Rays who's the best team in baseball, but he thinks it's extremely important to avoid the series sweep.
Mr Wednesday Jeff Konkle thinks weddings are overdone at this point with new trends, but he thinks there are still some old traditions that can be done away with. Mike and Jack from Greenfield's Finest return for another episode of Gear Grinders. Omar Khan joins the show to share what it was like to handle the NFL Draft for the first time as the Steelers GM. Mark Madden liked the Steelers draft class but thinks there are still too many teams in the AFC standing in the way.
Omar Khan joins the Morning Show to share what it was like orchestrating what many are calling the best draft class across the league in only his first season as the GM of the Steelers.
Only Fans seems like just about anyone can make money no matter how old you are, or even if all you're selling is farts in a bag. Every band has songs or even specific lyrics that they wish they could take back and our crew has found one often used line to be the most interesting.
The Steelers emerged after the draft was over as one of the tams with the best classes. All three locals Tim Benz, Mark Kaboloy, and Bob Labriola agree it was a great job done by Omar Khan and company, and they all add that what matters most is what the new rookies can actually do on the field.
Sean Collier reviews Big George Foreman, Peter Pan & Wendy, and has a retro pick. Sean Casey is in studio because like the rest of Pittsburgh he has a massive case of Pirates fever. The Godfather Stan Savran is back for a second consecutive day to talk about the Steelers first round draft pick Broderick Jones and to predict what the team will do tonight in the second and third rounds.
PFT Commenter couldn't be happier that Aaron Rodgers who looks like Kid Rock with a business degree will now have to deal with the New York media. Tim Benz thinks the writing has been on the wall for so long that it's impossible to deny the Steelers draft pick tonight will be none other than Joey Porter Jr. Stan Savran loves the Pirates roster and thinks the team can last the season, and he takes some time to reflect on the Pittsburgh legend Dick Groat.
Mr Wednesday Jeff Konkle would much rather drive go karts than play golf as the way to meet clients out of the office. Gerry Dulac is intrigued by what Mike Tomlin and Omar Khan will do with the 17th and 32nd overall picks in the NFL Draft. Mark Madden is shocked that the Pirates offered Bryan Reynolds his major deal, but he won't let it cloud Bob Nutting's history as an owner.
Jim Wexell thinks he did the best job of reading between the lines yesterday during Tomlin and Omar Khan's press conference to predict what they'll do in the draft this week. Chris Porter hasn't had all the luck with the ladies but thinks he can still help the single guys out with some words of wisdom. Billy Gardell returns to the show.
Rob King doesn't think the Pirates hot start to the season is any kind of fluke and therefore believes Derek Shelton is deserving of his new contract extension. Mark Kaboly loves that he's almost done with all the mock drafts with the real thing coming up this Thursday.
Fran Caliendo takes over the DVE studios for the entire show today. Sean Collier reviews Evil Dead Rise, Beau is Afraid featuring Joaquin Phoenix, and has a retro pick.
The incomparable Stan Savran returns to the show to talk about the Bucs strong start to the season. Stan also gives us an update on how his health is doing.
Gareth Reynolds is pumped for Prince Charles' coronation. Big Cat shares his favorite weed movie and there's no way you'll ever guess what it is. Greg Warren is currently one of the biggest comics on the rise. The incomparable Stan Savran comes on the show to share with us an update on his health.
Cara Sapida is now a nationwide best selling author after sharing her story about her battle with breast cancer.
Cara Sapida is now a nationwide best selling author after telling her story about her battle with breast cancer, Phil Bourque is at a loss of which direction the Pens will take moving forward. Mark Madden thinks the leadership at the front office and the in game coaching management were absolutely to blame for this season's collapse.
The final Soft Dumps with Joe Bartnick of the season. DVE Mario calls in to the show to clear the air about the alleged beef between him and the Fenway Sports Group.
Paul Steigerwald thinks Ron Hextall's leadership and management of the Penguins was clearly not meant to last any longer after this season's disappointing result. Colby Armstrong returns for his season's-end recap and is uncertain what new leadership will do for the Pens moving forward.
Matt Braunger will be in Pittsburgh this summer for Comedy Fest, but he also takes time today to sit down to talk about some of his most memorable moments on tour. Dan Soder is in town performing at the PIttsburgh Improv this weekend and shares some of his most steadfast NFL opinions.
Big Cat thinks back on some of his favorite moments when he would go to BYOB sushi restaurants with some friends and a 30-rack. Chat GPT has been taking over a lot of jobs, and script writing for morning talk show could be the next victim.
Mr Wednesday Jeff Konkle hates how much time he's already planning on dedicating to his lawn. Phil Bourque willingly accepts how bad the Pens are after their loss to the Blackhawks last night. Mark Madden can't wait for Pens fans to root for Montreal over the Islanders tonight to keep the playoff chances alive.
The Dalai Lama apparently loves sucking tongue and we can't get enough of that story. Rob King doesn't have much hope for the Pirates after losing Oneil Cruz but thinks the pace of the game will keep fans coming to games. ESPN got caught with some hot mics and we did some digging and apparently the Morning Show is also guilty of leaving some microphones on.
Colby Armstrong likes the Pens chances to win out, but is far more concerned about what the Panthers and Islanders are doing in the final week of this season. Gerry Dulac loved being back at the Masters for the first time in four years.
We play back some of our favorite moments from when we took a tour at the Clemente Museum led by the legendary Steve Blass. Addi Twigg of The Telephone Line in for a virtual cofffeehouse. Sean Collier reviews Super Mario Bros, Air, and has a retro pick. Sean Casey can't wait to see what the Bucs do this year. AJ Burnett is in town to throw the opening pitch for the home opener today. Rich Vos has no problem doing a thankless job and being married to a bigger star than he is himself.
Soft Dumps with Joe Bartnick, Mike and Jack from Greenfield's Finest return for another episode of Gear Grinders, Gerry Dulac is live from Augusta for his first Masters since 2019. PFT is going to enjoy a peaceful weekend watching the Masters after a maddening month of college basketball.
Mr Wednesday Jeff Konkle always fears the process of his family getting ready for church. Phil Bourque has stayed hopeful all season long but after the Pens 5-1 loss last night to the Devils, he can't see the Penguins being worthy of the final wild card spot. Mark Madden knew the day would finally come when the Pens would no longer have a hold on a wild card spot and he hopes some changes will be made after this season's collapse.
An Australian woman with doubled genitalia has made a career pivot, to Only Fans. Last night was the men's basketball national championship and Randy took it upon himself to research the origins of the song One Shining Moment. Ticket prices won't be getting any cheaper any time soon so what can you do at concerts to make the experience as enjoyable as possible for everyone.
Kris Letang played in his 1000th career game with the Penguins yesterday against the Flyer and Paul Steigerwald remembers some of his favorite watching from the broadcast booth. Colby Armstrong is ready for the Pens to battle all the way to the end of the season with only five games remaining on the schedule.