John Riley & Nancy Flagg


John Riley is a 23-year radio veteran, musician, comedian, frazzled father of four and host of the Morning Drive on 93.3 The Drive (5:30 am to 9 am Monday through Friday). Named Local Radio Personality of the Year four times by the Illinois Broadcasters Association, Riley is a family-friendly entertainer using music, games, phone calls and his unique perspective to help listeners get their days started on the right foot. Riley is joined by long time market news voice Nancy Flagg. A busy, constantly on-the-run mother of three, Nancy keeps Central Illinois up on the latest news, lifestyle choices and gossip, and tries to keep John in line. Be sure to play along with "Who Are You?" at 6:10, Question Impossible at 7:10 (win $50 cash!), and "The Game" at 8:10! 

What you learned on TODAY's show .. and other stuff.

Question Impossible:
You will own almost 180 of these over the course of your lifetime. What are they? 
Answer: Jeans

Congrats to Tim W. from Lockport. He knew the answer and won a whopping $150! 

BUZZ : The new TV season is getting underway. "The Voice" begins tonight with new coaches Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani ... along with returning coaches Adam Levine and Blake Shelton.

A long-lost track featuring Queen and Michael Jackson will finally see the light of day. Queen singer Freddie Mercury wrote "There Must Be More To Life Than This" during the 1981 "Hot Space" sessions. The band recorded a backing track, and Mercury recorded with Jackson at his home, but the track was never finished. Queen revisited it during the 1984 "The Works" sessions but again didn't finish it. Mercury did his own version for his "Mr. Bad Guy" solo record in 1985. Producer William Orbit has mixed the track, and it will be included in the "Queen Forever" album. It comes out November 10 and also features two other previously unreleased Queen songs.

 A new batch of stolen nude celebrity photos leaked over the weekend.  The victims this time include:  Jennifer LawrenceKim KardashianRihannaVanessa HudgensHope SoloGabrielle UnionEmily Ratajkowski from the "Blurred Lines" video,Kaley CuocoAmber HeardKate UptonKate BosworthLake BellAubrey PlazaHayden Panettiere and Leelee Sobieski.  

CLAY AIKEN has a pretty harsh stance on celebrities who have their nude photos stolen and released.  He says, quote, "Anybody who takes inappropriate pictures of themselves deserves exactly what they get."  Although, he adds that whoever stole and released the pictures should be "hogtied."


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