Goose grew up in the Quad Cities listening to 97X. After high school he joined the Army (Parachute Rigger for the 82nd Airborne) and is a 1991 Gulf War Vet. After his 4 years of service he returned to the Quad Cities and began an internship with 97X. He climbed the “radio ladder” and went from weekend dj, to overnights, nights, and mid-days. In the fall of 2008, he was hired as the Morning Show Producer of the Dwyer and Michaels Morning Show. You can hear Goose with the 2Dorks in the morning or tune in weekdays from 10am-1pm as he gets to host a show on the very station he loved while growing up.
An Evening Remembering Legendary QC Musician Nate Nicholson
The Quad Cities lost a musical legend when lymphoma took Nate Nicholson from us in August of 2018.
Starting a New Hobby? Here’s How Much It’ll Cost You
Enjoy your painting or cooking or deep sea diving now, cause it probably won't last.
Clouds of Spiders Are Raining Down on Brazil
Arachnophobes may want to avoid Brazil for a while.
The Ten Things You’re Most Likely to Die From
We're all going to die one day. Odds are it won't be in a super cool way like leaping from a burning building to attempt to stop a runaway train.
New Website Lets You Buy Beer For Out-Of-Work Federal Workers
With the government being shutdown for nearly a month, 800,000 federal employees are affected and looking to take the edge off.
Winter Wine Experience Happens at River Music Experience This Saturday
The River Music Experience's biggest fundraiser of the year happens this weekend and helps support some great educational programs in the Quad Cities.
Too Old to Exercise? Here Are Some Leisurely Ways to Burn Calories
I can't wait to hit the age where it's socially acceptable for me to do "old people exercises" like chair aerobics.
Driver’s 130 MPH Police Chase Fulfilled His “Lifelong Dream”
Here's one way to peak in life.
Sing-Along Version of “Bohemian Rhapsody” Comes to Cinemark Davenport
Have you been waiting to see "Bohemian Rhapsody" until you had a chance to sing-along with a theater full of strangers? If so, today's your day.
Driver Blames Mötley Crüe For His Speeding Ticket
We all have that special song that when it comes on the radio, we crank it up and turn into speed demons.