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#WorkdayWrapUp – sports theme 4/8 & clucking “Ho Hey”

not sure how I missed this one til now, but the Jimmy Fallon & friends version of The Lumineers’ “Ho Hey” is a perfect ode to Easter eggs!

A bunch of new additions have been announced for the nTelos Wireless Pavilion this season!  Loretta Lynn and Bruce Hornsby w/ Railroad Earth were both announced today, as was the first half of the Fridays After Five lineup…

in honor of the NCAA men’s basketball title game tonight & a new song from the band Hockey at 6pm, we’ll go with a “sports” theme on the request lines…song title/band name/album title having anything to do with sports!

Every Weekday at 6pm, we do a request hour with a different theme, started by the New Song of the Day.  Here’s what actually got played among the requests tonight…

 

Workday Wrap Up 4/8/13 (sports theme)

 

Hockey – Love Is Strange

The Outfield – Your Love

Butthole Surfers – Pepper

Carl Douglas – Kung Fu Fighting

 

John Fogerty – Centerfield

The Baseball Project – Fair Weather Fans

Ben Gibbard – Ichiro’s Theme

Primus – Jerry Was A Race Car Driver

Cake – The Distance

Dropkick Murphys – Tessie

 

Babe Ruth – Private Number

G. Love & Special Sauce – I-76

Suicidal Tendencies – Go Skate! (Possessed To Skate ’97)

 

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