Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Modern day Houdini? How does this even happen?? See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day!" 👇


Playlist for Wednesday, May 1, 2019

5a Hour

  • Lessons In Love - Level 42
  • Get Me Some of That - Thomas Rhett
  • Youngblood - Five Seconds of Summer
  • I Cannot Believe It's True - Phil Collins
  • Runnin Down A Dream - Tom Petty
  • Backwater - Meat Puppets
  • Once In A Lifetime - Talking Heads
  • One In Every Crowd - Montgomery Gentry
  • Give Me Back My Hometown - Eric Church

6a Hour

  • Point of No Return - Expose
  • Mountain At My Gates - Foals
  • My Hero - Foo Fighters
  • Look What God Gave Her - Thomas Rhett
  • Making Me Dance - Wild Youth
  • I Need (Wilkinson Remix) - Wilkinson
  • Just Got Paid - Sigala, Ella Eyre, Meghan Trainor French Montana
  • Run Like Hell - Pink Floyd

7a Hour

  • Outshined - Soundgarden
  • Back To Life (However Do You Want Me) - Soul II Soul
  • For The Love of Money - Queen Latifah
  • Drinks After Work - Toby Keith
  • Wrong Way - Sublime
  • The Look - Roxette
  • Here Comes The Hotstepper - Ini Kamozi
  • Hey Ya! - Outkast
  • Lucky Ones - Loverboy

8a Hour

  • New Sensation - Inxs
  • Some Kind of Wonderful - Grand Funk Railroad
  • Shotgun - George Ezra
  • Sideways - Dierks Bentley

Take a walk back 70 years ago this week with Paul Rogers and another Kentucky Derby memory!


Venezuela's Opposition leader calls it the final phase of the plan to oust President Nicolas Maduro. Does Maduro still have the backing of the military? What are U.S. officials saying? NBC News Radio Correspondent Bill Zimpfer has the latest with Tony on this potentially volatile situation from the Foreign Desk.


The Grey One: Tacitus. Jody Demling takes a look!


The Attorney General is reconsidering his offer to testify before House Democrats on Thursday. Why is Barr reconsidering? Will he still testify to the Senate today? What have Democrats said about the threat from AG Barr? NBC News Radio's Michael Bower joins Tony.


After a great turn out last night on the waterfront for Cameo, another full day of Kentucky Derby Festival events are taking place today. Joining Tony is Kentucky Derby Festival President Mike Berry!


The Federal Open Market Committee is meeting with press release scheduled for today along with a press conference. The steady drumbeat of interest rate hikes, particularly over the past two years, is now on hiatus. Joining Tony is Chief Financial Analyst Mark Hamrick.


A wealthy California couple is expected to plead guilty to conspiracy charges Wednesday morning in Boston federal court for allegedly paying more than $600,000 in bribes to get their daughters accepted into college. Bruce and Davina Isackson, of Hillsborough, California, would become the first parents in the nation's college admissions cheating scandal to plead guilty in court. A dozen additional parents, including actress Felicity Huffman, have signed plea agreements with the Justice Department but await court dates later this month. ABC's Aaron Katersky joins Tony with the latest.


Louisville is no stranger to big events and police protection, but there's always lessons to be learned. What did authorities learn last year? How are they applying that to this year? LMPD Chief Conrad joins Tony on the backside.


Mary Baker, Brittany (BeeBee) Patillo, Elizabeth Seewer, of Louisville along with Allison Spears, of Catlettsburg and Kelsey Sutton of Brandenburg make up the 2019 Kentucky Derby Royal Court and they stop by the backside to share what they do away from the Derby.

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