Greg Dwyer and Bill Michaels hate to throw around the word, “heroic” too often, but that’s the word that best fits their incredible impact on radio during their 30 years of the Dwyer and Michaels Morning Show. Listen to what one of their idols, Alec Baldwin may or may not have said about them: “You’re a selfish little pig.” Heartfelt words from one of the greatest actors of our time. White Goodman who once said, “Oh, so now you’re a philosophizer,” not about Dwyer and Michaels but in an unrelated movie scene, pretty much captures the essence of the show. Tune in and you’ll discover a big, fat double cheeseburger of a show with something for everyone. Unless you don’t eat meat, or are lactose intolerant. We think that about covers it.
Dwyer & Michaels
Man Slaps The Absolute Crap Out of A Bear To Protect His Dogs and Girlfriend
He let the bear know who was in charge.
Snoop Dogg Gave The Most Hilariously Wrong Answers on Wheel of Fortune
He tried his best and failed hysterically.
Apparently, The Guy From The Barney Suit Is Running A Tantric Sex Business Now
This is quite the career change, isn't it?
Jim Cantore Smacked By Stray Tree Branch, And Other Viral Hurricane Clips
Hurricane Ian made landfall in Florida yesterday, and there's a few clips from the news and other sources that have gone viral.
Dwyer & Michaels Learn How To play the Ukulele in 20 minutes
We learned how to play the ukulele in 20 minutes!
Couple Battles Porch Pirates With Box of Old Diapers, Pirates Respond By Spreading Manure
These Package Pirates are ruthless
Fox News Meteorologist Draws A Giant Dong On Screen During Hurricane Coverage
I'm sure they talk about this stuff in meteorologist school.
We Have Your Tickets to Joe Bonamassa At The Adler Theatre
Joe Bonamassa is one of today's top live performers, and he's coming to the Quad Cities!
Batmobile Garage Owner’s Charges Dropped in California Sheriff’s Office Case
Congrats, Mark. You deserve it!
WATCH: ‘Up For Grabs’ The Comedy Documentary About Barry Bonds’ Homerun Ball
Up For Grabs is a 2004 comedic documentary about two men who fought over Barry Bonds' record-setting 73rd homerun. Watch the whole thing here: