We're bringing back our popular Valentine's Day promotion once again in conjunction with Jensen Jewelers in the Gallatin Valley Mall. Head on in to Jensen's and get yourself AND your significant other registered to win daily prizes...along with a $1,000 grand prize to be awarded during the Eagle midday show with Keith and Kim live from Jensen's on February 13th! Be sure and tell your significant other that you registered, because we just may be calling him or her during the Eagle midday show starting January 29th and asking, "Who loves ya baby?" GET REGISTERED TODAY!
"Floydian Slip" is our new one-hour, weekly radio journey through the history of the rock band Pink Floyd. Host Craig Bailey works classic Floyd songs, deep album cuts and Floyd’s unique brand of ambient segues into a seamless blend of music and sound best described as a listening experience. Accented with succinct and thoughtful commentary, Floydian Slip is programming that becomes a new weekly destination for classic rock fans on the Eagle.
At the end of 2017, Craig had produced over 1,130 hour-long shows dating back to his college days in the late 80s, making him a de facto expert on Pink Floyd.
BRIAN ZEPP became the third-ever host of the Eagle Morning Show on the Monday after Thanksgiving. He took over the reins from Good Time Charlie who had occupied the early morning seat since 2011. Zepp came to Bozeman from Minneapolis-St. Paul where he was a mainstay on legendary rocker KQ-92 for nearly 20 years. From his new home in Billings, Charlie maintains his association with the Eagle as fill-in host when Zepp is away.
Up and at 'em...with Zepp on Montana's Superstation!
One of the founding members of the bipartisan "Gang of Six" on immigration says the group will exist no longer -- replaced by efforts to build a much larger coalition.
The Russian spy ship, the Viktor Leonov was spotted 100 miles south east of Wilmington, NC in international waters, according to a US military official, just days after the vessel was seen leaving the capital of Trinidad and Tobago, Port of Spain.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders says President Trump has not lost confidence in Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross after Ross reportedly drew the President's ire for falling asleep in meetings.
On the third day, the Democrats punted.