|01/05/2018||01:07:30||On this grab bag, Johnny B is coming to WCKG ! He calls in as the "mystery guest," and talks about his contract. Then Don Ho's in studio. Steve tries to keep things moving, but Don really isn't helping any! Then Johnny B calls in on the request line.||Robert Feder, WCKG, Bruce Wolf, Don Ho, Jonathin Brandmeier, biggest jumping bean, the package, heave ho, Hawaiian night|
|04/02/2016||54:08||Play Ball! On part 1 of this 1986 show-some theater of the mind as S&G fake broadcast from Comiskey Park for the Sox home opener. Things were all set to do a live broadcast & then WMAQ-AM (a country music station) put a stop to that.||Budweiser, Academy Awards, World Series, Bruce Wolf, Milwaukee Brewers, Smokey Joe’s, Cangelosi, Ozzie Gullien|
On part 2 of this 1986 full show, the Bears aren’t playing well. Steve wants all media banned from the locker room. Bruce Wolf defends them. Pat Dahl wants to marry a Vogue model. Soul Cola seems a bit exclusionary, & Stan Lawrence on interracial dating
|Chicago Bears, Pat Dahl, Stan Lawrence, Bruce Wolf, Vogue model, Soul Cola, interracial dating, Freddy's Ribs|
On WCKG in 2007 Bruce Wolf fills in for Spike Manton, and is the first time he & Steve have worked together since WMVP. There is a bit of tension between them at first. Bruce talks about his Princess Diana parody song, and does some coach Dave Wannstedt.
|Michael Jordan, Dave Wannstedt, Detroit airport, Bruce Wolf, WMVP, Paparazzi flashed, Jamaican villa, Princess Di|
|12/24/2013||00:00||This is part one of the Steve & Garry radio play of “A Christmas Carol”, live from the Broadcast Museum on WLUP AM 1000 in 1988. A cast of thousands (including Roger Ebert) brings to life their rendition of this holiday classic. "A Merry Christmas to us all; God bless us, every one!"||Roger Ebert, Tony Fitzpatrick, Stan Lawrence, Janet Davies, Joan Esposito, Leslie Keiling, Michael Sneed, Bruce Wolf, Pat Foley, Mike Tomczak, Rick Kaempfer, Gary Fencik, Michael Maggio, Sandy Stahl|
On part 2 of this full show (5-18-87, WLUP-AM/FM Simulblast), Boston sells out at Alpine Valley, there's a new WGN radio lineup, Paul Steve and Paul Garry, Kevin gets a verbal beat down in studio, and much more. Enjoy!
|Steve Dahl, Kevin Matthews, Garry Meier, The Steve Dahl Podcast Network, Boston, Paul Steve, Bruce Wolf, Joan Rivers, Alpine Valley, Genesis, Gary Dotson, WLUP AM1000, Greek Parade, James Caan, Paul Garry, Tammy Bakker, vegetarianism|
As promised, it's part two of a full Steve & Garry Show from June 3, 1987, when we were broadcasting on WLUP AM1000. Lots of great topics discussed, including Mr. T., Gary Dotson, Teenage Radiation, and much more. Enjoy!
|Steve Dahl, Disco Demolition!, Kevin Matthews, Mr. T, Garry Meier, Jay Leno, White Sox, The Steve Dahl Podcast Network, Teenage Radiation, Bruce Wolf, Gary Dotson, AIDS, AM radio, White Hen Pantry, zebras|
It's St. Patrick's Day, 1986 with Steve, Garry, Chet Coppock, Carrie Cochran, Lane Closure and more, including a drunken call from Teresa the nanny. Hold on tight.
|Steve Dahl, Kevin Matthews, Chet Coppock, Garry Meier, The Steve Dahl Podcast Network, Drinking, Carrie Cochran, Lane Closure, St. Patrick's Day, Bruce Wolf, WLUP AM1000, 1986, green pee|
|11/24/2012||00:00||Steve and Garry welcome Rick Telander to their AM1000 studio in 1989 to promote his book “The One Hundred Yard Lie,” about corruption in college sports. Bruce Wolf is on hand to add his two cents. Rick talks about his run-ins with Bo Schembechler, Dexter Manley and other experiences surrounding the college game. Former Bears QB Mike Tomczak is on the phone to listen to the conversation and S&G also take some calls for Rick about Michigan State and Tony Mandarich.||Steve Dahl, Garry Meier, The Steve Dahl Podcast Network, Sports Illustrated, AM1000, Bruce Wolf, Rick Telander, Mike Tomczak, corruption in college sports, The Hundred Yard Lie|
|09/15/2012||00:00||In honor of the ten year anniversary of Bob Greene’s firing from The Chicago Tribune…this week’s Descent features the columnist in studio with Steve and Garry. It’s 1987 and Bob is promoting his book “Be True To Your School.” He tells S&G that the first printing had his name misspelled on the cover. Garry points out that the book is full of typos. Steve asks about the first girl that Bob felt up and wonders what kind of guy would keep a diary in high school. Bob says his diary inspired his book, serving as a portal into the mind of 17-year-old Bob Greene. Steve thinks he made up some sex stuff to look like less of a nerd. Bruce Wolf handles the sports for S&G…and he gets into it with Bob Greene. Bruce didn’t like Bob’s column about Ohio State legend Woody Hayes. Bob says he heard Bruce had been bashing him. Bruce can’t understand how Bob could respect Woody Hayes.||Steve Dahl, Garry Meier, The Steve Dahl Podcast Network, travel, WLUP, Chicago Tribune, Bruce Wolf, high school, Woody Hayes, Bob Greene, The Steve Dahl Archives, newspaper reporting|