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The Final Score Saturday Mornings 10-11AM
KRVL 94.3 Rev FM: Mon.-Fri., 6-9am. KERV 1230 AM: Sat., 7:30-8am. KMBL 1450 AM: Mon.-Fri., 2-6pm.
Harley David Belew
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Weekday mornings 6:20, 7:20, 8:20 & Saturday Sports Wrap-Up - 10-11am
A Pennsylvania judge just ruled that it's an "unreasonable burden" to require voters to present a photo ID when voting. I have even heard people refer to Voter ID Laws as "racist". Well, I have a few questions:
1. Is it racist to be required to show a voter ID to cash a check?
2. Is it an unreasonable burden to require a photo ID when purchasing alcohol?
3. Are you disenfranchised when you're asked for a photo ID to rent a car or get a video rental membership?
4. Don't most voting age adults already have a driver's license with a photo of them on it?
5. Non-driver's photo IDs are offered free through the DMV so, how much of a burden can it be?
Just as the US Postal Service was about to release a new stamp series entitled, "Just Move", featuring images of kids having fun, someone decided that the activities depicted on the stamps were too dangerous. What kinds of stuff are we talking about? "Skate boarding", "Cannonballing", "Head standing", "Cartwheeling", playing baseball, soccer, basketball, and other typical childhood activities. This recall, which wasted millions of dollars, shows how silly and wasteful our government is. Do the DC bureaucrats really believe that kids get their ideas for play from POSTAGE STAMPS?
THE MOST LISTENED TO AFTERNOON SHOW IN THE TEXAS HILL COUNTRY
- A LIVE D.J.!
- Cue the needle for an Album-side at 3 o’clock.
- Time~Warp blasts you back to what happened on this day in the past
- The 5@5:00 features 5 songs in a row with a common thread such as songs from the same year, songs about cars, songs with rockin’ piano, harmonica, or drum solos, songs about colors, songs featuring some of the 5 best guitarists (Jimi Hendrix/Purple Haze, SRV/Couldn’t Stand The Weather, ACDC/Back In Black, Van Halen/Running With The Devil, & Eric Clapton/The Core), or songs that rock you into the weekend… THE SKY IS THE LIMIT!!!
- Cary Burgess is in at 5:50 with an extended weather summary that keeps our listeners ahead of the curve on the weather situation in our area.
- At 6:20, It’s our old friend Dee Snyder of Twisted Sister with our daily house of hair cut (SEE LINK BELOW)
- Then it’s the Half Hour Metal Hour from 6:30 to 7. Twice the power in half the hour!
DENNIS HOF’S BIRTHDAY BASH!!!!
A Couple of Celebrities at Dennis Hof’s Birthday Bash at The Bunny Ranch….
Joey Buttafuoco Ron Jeremy
Send Me Your E quest!
Unlike corporate rock stations, we want to play the stuff you wanna hear! Live and local is not just a slogan, it’s the only way we operate!
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The Things in My Head
WAKE UP!!! We’re being systematically robbed, raped and murdered by a criminal organization that’s infiltrated every part of our lives and its called The United States Government. And like any other criminal, we need to take these crooks down. So, wake up! Stand up! Its time to take what’s rightfully ours in the name of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness; whatever that may be for YOU!
Mike McBeasty used to sit on his couch every Saturday. After eating ribs and leftover hamburgers off of his roundish belly as it grew, Mike thought that all there was to life was being lazy, playing Grand Theft Auto on the XBOX and yelling at family to get out of the way of his 65 inch TV. He was sitting on the couch one Saturday, this time watching Monty Python And The Holy Grail and eating moldy bagels, and a thought came to mind... "GET OFF OF THE COUCH AND GO DO SOMETHING!!!".
After numerous tries, Mike pried himself off of the couch, managed to get out to his car, and took a drive around the Hill Country.. As he was driving, he looked around and saw people actually living life and doing more than just sitting on the couch. They were enjoying themselves at different events like fairs, festivals, concerts, live music and benefits... Mike realized that going into BEAST MODE wasn't only for video games... It was for real life too.. Mike has seen the light and is now on a mission...
Mike McBeasty brings you "Operation Get Off The Couch". A 3 hour weekly show that informs you about every event going on in the Texas Hill Country... If your favorite band is playing in town, you'll know about it... If there is a fair, festival, biker rally or any other large event, you will be informed about it... Mike's favorite thing to talk about on air is benefits. Mike firmly believes that helping other people is our sole purpose in life. If you know anyone having a benefit, or you would like to submit an event for him to talk about, just fill out the contact form below.
Mike has his own website. Here is the link... www.mcbeasty.com
Shinedown - Simple Man, Five Finger Death Punch - Never Enough, Papa Roach - Last Resort, Beastie Boys - Girls, Nirvana - Lithium, Sick Puppies - You’re Going Down, Ozzy Osbourne - Bark At The Moon, Green Jelly - Three Little Pigs, Hollywood Undead - Everywhere I go.
Born in Kerrville, Texas, raised in Bandera, with a healthy appetite for music (as well as chicken fried steaks),I have largely gravitated toward A.O.R.(album oriented rock).I have always been a rocker, even though my radio career has taken me to numerous country and americanna formats. I am happy to say that I learned from some of the best "old school" jocks in Texas. Co- workers like Steve Coffman and Ron Houston (may they rest in peace) taught me how to be a personable radio host, rather than a run of the mill "liner jock" that permiate most of todays airwaves. I was also heavily influenced by Joe Anthony, "The Godfather of Rock and Roll", mainly because of his passion for the music he loved and promoted across the San Antonio airwaves. I also have to give a nod to the legendary Wolfman Jack and W.K.R.P. in Cincinati for getting me interested in this crazy business. God knows it has not always been an easy road to travel, but here I am, finally getting a chance to do what I feel I was born to do...program the music for a rock station! I Hope you will tune in, not only for my show, but anytime you need a shot of classic rock that really rocks! I know you have a choice, so I pride myself in programming Rev FM from a music lovers stanpoint, rather than from a cold corporate boardroom. Tune in and taste the difference!
Anything by ZZ-TOP, SCORPIONS, AC/DC, BEATLES, TESLA, UFO, DOORS, RUSH, TRIUMPH, STEELY DAN, on and on…
Check out this broadcast of Triumph during US Festival 1983!
When you listen to Tivy Sports Events Walter Reed is the guy that keeps it fun! He is also co-host of the Final Score Saturday Mornings 10-11AM on RevFM. Always energetic and fun-loving Walter's light shines everywhere he goes. He loves people of all ages but, has a special place in his heart for kids. His day job is Clinical Director at Heart of the Hills Osteoporosis Center but, sports is his passion. He was a dedicated student athlete. As an adult he's a sports fanatic. In fact, in 1971 Walter was named the Piston's Fan of the Year. He served as Press Boy for the Detroit Tigers and was in the stands when Hank Aaron broke Babe Ruth's Home Run record. Walter once got to walk around in a pair of his hero, Coach Bo Schembechler's boots- courtesy of the Dallas Cowboys! By the way, Walter also loves horse racing and he's fond of chickens. (His wife Annette's chicken Parmesan, that is.) Speaking of food, Walter is anxious to try Prairie Jack rabbit stew but, he hasn't been able to catch one yet. (He's not as fast as he used to be.) With Walter Reed there's never a dull moment!
As far as we know, Cary Burgess is the only Meteorologist who is native to Kerrville. Cary is the Weatherman for the entire Revolution Broadcasting 6 station Network. His day starts early and on bad weather days he works late into the night tracking fronts and dramatic changes in our area weather. He works tirelessly so you'll know what to expect from our constantly changing Texas weather. He's more than earned the title; "Dr. Doppler". His forecasts are also carried in the Kerrville newspaper and on TV in Lubbock! Cary Burgess is the most respected Meteorologist in the Hill Country and West Texas.
Stormy Weather, Texas Flood, Rain, Good Day Sunshine, Hazy Shade of Winter, Like a Hurricane, Let It Rain, Summer Rain, Couldn’t Stand the Weather, Sunny Afternoon, Uncloudy Day, Who’ll Stop the Rain?
Seth Belew was born in Houston, TX, and although he lived in both North Carolina and New York, he grew up right here in the Texas Hill Country. He graduated from Grace Christian School in Kerrville in 2005, and while attending college he met his wife Brandy Blevins.
Having always been around radio since day one, Seth inevitably ended up there himself. Starting off running the boards for football games, then to station remotes, he finally moved up to being on air. In the early mornings Seth works alongside his father, on The Harley Show, and in the afternoons he hosts his own show at Rev's sister station KMBL 1450 AM.
You can listen in every Saturday morning at 7:30 am, to Tune & Tweet, on KERV 1230 AM. He talks sports, news, entertainment, media, automotive, or whatever. Chime in and voice your opinion by Tweeting Seth during his show. You never know... you might choose his next topic!
Working on both a Classic Rock station and a Country station, you would think I prefer bands like The Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Bob Seger. But I prefer The Traveling Wilburys, Led Zeppelin, ZZ Top, Hank Williams, and Billy Joe Shaver. It could be the simplicity of their styles or just my quirky taste. Either way, when I hear great music, I crank it all the way up to #11. That’s why I can enjoy the newer bands like Boots Electric, Wolfmother, Jamiroquai, The Eagles of Death Metal, and The White Stripes. They might not be classic rock, but even the Rolling Stones were brand new at some point!
If you ask me…there can only be ONE, number one super-group!
Harley David Belew’s first taste of rock was when his kid brother hit him in the head with one. For several days Harley could hear a low volume Jim Morrison soliloquy in his head. Once his Mom removed the headphones from his ears that cleared right up. But, it made him realize that, when plugged in, his headphones took him to his happy place. He was intent on finding a line of work where he could wear headphones and go to his happy place daily. Which he does on Classic Rock 94.3 RevFM. That rock to the head explains a lot about his show. See if you agree.
I have so many favorites I could go on for days but, no matter how many times I hear these songs I never get tired of them: Any Time At All- Beatles, Everything Is Coming Our Way- Santana, Melissa- Allman Brothers, Rockaria- ELO, This Is Love- George Harrison, Theme To An Imaginary Western- Mountain, Wild Horses- Rolling Stones, Lonely Boy- Iron Butterfly, Who Do You Love- Quicksilver, Like A Rolling Stone- Bob Dylan
Mark Keller is a sports reporter and Play-By-Play announcer for Tivy Athletics. He is often referred to as "The Voice of the Tivy Antlers". Sports is in the Keller blood. Mark and his brother John are both coaches. His son is a rising tennis champion.
Away from the station I am a PE teacher and coach for Notre Dame Catholic School. I love Friday nights (especially when it turns cooler) and calling Tivy Antler football. My color analyst (Walter Reed) and I have been together for 10+ years. We hope you enjoy the broadcast and if you have any suggestions feel free to drop me an email.
We are the champions - Queen
Yea, thats right, get ya some!!!!