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Steve & Johnnie Show Schedule April 20

We may have a couple late starts this week due to the Blackhawks playoff games but, that's OK with us because THE BLACKHAWKS ARE IN THE PLAYOFFS!! 

Whew!  That felt good.  OK, so what else is on the schedule for this week?

Well, it looks like this ....

SUNDAY NIGHT/MONDAY MORNING:

Our New Music Monday magic laser lands on a sneak preview of "More Like Me," the latest album from Webb Wilder.  It's not out till this Tuesday but, you get to sample it tonight.

MONDAY NIGHT/TUESDAY MORNING:

Having trouble trying to get those great Spring pictures?  You came to the right place.  It's our monthly visit with the man who has the answers to your photography questions and some new camera suggestions, Will Crockett of ShootSmarter.com

Here's a link to a special page of camera information Will created just for our listeners

Remember, you can E-mail Will anytime at AskWill@BogenCafe.com and he'll get back to you ASAP!

TUESDAY NIGHT/WEDNESDAY MORNING:

Wondering if this is a good time to be looking for a new or used car?  Again, you've come to the right place.  Tonight Consumer Guide's Associate Publisher, Tom Appel and Online Managing Editor, Jennifer Geiger, join us.  They'll bring us up to date on the new cars they’ve been testing and answer your new and used car questions. 

If you call in with a VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) for that used car you're thinking about buying, you'll get a free vehicle history report so you'll know the car's condition before you sign on the dotted line.

Don't forget, if you want to do even more research before you buy, you can always check out our Radio Road Test audio archives.

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Will Milwaukee's Danny Gokey be one of the TWO finalists this week to leave American Idol?  We'll get the latest in our weekly American Idol Update with Tim Cuprisin, Media Columnist for the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT/THURSDAY MORNING:

Got a virus?  Too much spam?  A ton of spyware on your computer?  Fear not because it's Website Wednesday Night and, once again, we'll try to solve your computer problems with the world famous Cybersquad.

Patrick Crispen 

Educational Program Designer for the Center For Scholarly Technology at the University Of Southern California, co-founder of The Internet Tourbus and webmaster of Netsquirrel.com.

Mike DiMichele 

Computer Consultant, creator of mysitebuddy.com and webmaster of SaveMyButt.com.

Nic Rotondo 

Digital artist, Mac evangelist & high priest of the ever-expanding web empire that is Optiflux.com.  You can read Nic's Website Wednesday Night Show Site blog here

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All the latest poop from behind the big and small screens from our own late night showbiz guru, Gino Salomone.

THURSDAY NIGHT/FRIDAY MORNING:

It's a return visit from one of the most popular actresses from the world of soaps, Colleen Zenk Pinter, who plays Barbara Ryan on "As The World Turns."  Colleen is in town for the Gus Giordano Day Commemoration.

We'll also talk with Colleen about her battle with oral cancer and her subsequent partnership with the Oral Cancer Foundation.

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We're treated to another in-studio performance from the lady who's blues blew us all away on our New Year's Eve show, Jamie Holesha.  Joining Jamie will be guitarist Pete Galanis.  Also joining Jamie on guitar will be her father, Big Jim Allen.

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One of our cyberguys, Mike Reid, of Elusive Technologies, is also a Nascar race enthusiast and joins us on his way to "The Big One," at the Talladega Super Speedway

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If you're a Roller Derby fan you know the name Queen B.  We know her as Barbara Dolan and she skates into our show with information on the Friends & Family Skate and Fundraiser.

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Got an unasked question or unspoken thought from our show this week?  Now's the time to get it done in our 3 AM Unfinished Bidnezz Hour.

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We take a look at the best bets for your entertainment dollars in our 4 AM hour as we present THE WEEKEND!!!

As always, don't forget to check back in this blog post for more as we know it.

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