Paul Keels, the "Voice of the Buckeyes" discusses some of the notable Ohio State draft-eligible players for our Know Your Prospect segment,
The Board of Directors had their meetings this morning and Tim Stried from the OHSAA spoke with Sam and Brad to talk about some of the divisional breakdowns and competitive balance in boys and girls basketball.
Also Tim discussed the proposal passed during the meeting to extend the baseball season in high school athletics by one week.
NBA writer Sam Amico from Amico Hoops.net spoke with Sam and Brad Thursday to talk about the Cavaliers as they get ready for the Indiana Pacers on Sunday.
He also offered his thoughts on who needs to step up for the Wine and Gold during the second season.
Fox Sports Ohio Golf Analyst Jimmy Hanlin talked a little golf with Sam and Brad Thursday including the news of the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational moving from the South Course to Memphis in 2019.
He also discussed Masters winner Patrick Reed and what's next for him.
Radio Voice of the Oklahoma Sooners football program Toby Rowland spoke with Sam and Brad to talk about Baker Mayfield for our Know Your Prospect segment.
For this week's edition of the Coaches Spotlight, we headed over to Stow-Munroe Falls High School to catch up with head baseball coach Aaron DeBord.
For this week's edition of our Know Your Prospect interview, we went just north of 303 to speak with Jeff Fox, the head coach of the Nordonia Knights to talk shoutdown cornerback Denzel Ward.
The NFL Draft is less than three weeks away, and Ward is making a name for himself at some local combines and workouts.
Tribe broadcaster Jim Rosenhaus joined the Sam and Brad Show Monday to talk about the Indians, the cold, and their early homestand.
Indians and Tigers play tonight at 6:10pm.
WONE Guitarfest is coming to the Summit County Fairgrounds on April, 29th 2018 from 10am-3pm. Admission is $5 and tables for the show are $60 each.
Buy, sell, trade guitar/bass instruments, amps, pedals, and accessories. Let's not forget vinyl and cool memorabilia. It's all here. New, used, vintage. We have you covered. Individual sellers, dealers, retailers, collectors, and manufacturers will all be there. Will you?
We will also be hosting free Guitar Clinics - Learn a new technique to expand your playing and learn how to get the most out of your instrument. Pros will be there to share and answer questions. Special technique clinics from YouTube guitar star Robert Baker and session player/instructor Freddy DeMarco. Reverend Guitars CEO Ken Haas will also share information on Reverend's newest models and participate in a Q&A session. Information is power!
For more information click HERE.
April Job Fair & Career Fair
Friday, April 20th – Saturday, April 21st
At the former Macy’s Department Store – Akron Chapel Hill Mall
10am - 4pm
500+ Booths are Available.
The Cleveland Indians are getting ready for their Opening Day game against the Kansas City Royals at the corner of Carneige and Ontario
Communications Coordinator Curtis Danburg spoke with Jasen Sokol, Sam Bourquin, and Brad Russell about the promotions schedule and his views on Opening Day.
Chef Todd Brazile stopped by as well to talk about the latest ballpark food coming to Progressive Field this season.
Former Indians pitcher Chad Ogea also joined the program talking about his memories of Opening Day and his thoughts on the current Indians ballclub.
U.S. Senator and lifelong Tribe fan Sherrod Brown also spoke with the gentlemen in Booth 6 to talk about his memories of Opening Day and his thoughts on this year's team.
Voice of the Tribe Tom Hamilton spoke with the fellas as well about some of his favorite Opening Day memories.
Tribe writer Zack Meisel spoke as well about the team's start and the return of Michael Brantley to the lineup.
A staple in the world of is making his jump from classic rock radio to reality television. And he is taking his family with him.
Eddie Money called into the Ray Horner Morning Show, guest-hosted by Tony Mazur, to promote his new reality show, Real Money, which debuts April 8th on AXS-TV. Real Money follows the Money family around, which includes his wife, Laurie, five kids, and eight animals. Click this link to view a two-minute trailer for the new show.
In addition to the new show, Money also talked about his love of the Dodgers, whom he has followed since his days of living in Brooklyn. The 69-year-old singer also chatted about the comeback of vinyl records, his adoration for performing in Northeast Ohio, and a look back at his hit songs, which are still in heavy rotation on rock radio.