I was born and raised in Lubbock, Texas. I began my Country Radio career at KLLL in Lubbock, TX. Some of the places I have lived and played Country music on the radio include Kansas City, Louisville, Nashville and many other ports over the years. I have programmed some legendary stations: WDAF, Kansas City, WHN, New York City; WSM, Nashville and KVOO, Tulsa. None has been as much fun as WBKR right here in Owensboro. I enjoy fine scotch and wine. I love Major League Baseball and my team of choice is the New York Yankees. I exercise regularly at Health Park and listen to my music collection while doing so. My wife, Debra and I watch some Bravo TV shows and from time to time i make her watch an old Sopranos DVD or an episode of Mad Men.
Kirk Kirkpatrick Interviews Moon the Week of Moon’s Retirement
Joe Lowe was a guy both Kirk Kirkpatrick and I admired. Joe and I talked about retirement on several occasions. And, on the occasion of my retirement this week I'd like to dedicate this interview to Joe's memory and our friendship. Kirk spoke with me in the WOMI studio, soon to be renamed in Joe's honor, and I'd like you to hear it if you please.
NASCAR Preview and Jeremy Mayfield Speaks Out on Drug Accusations
NASCAR heads north to Michigan International Speedway Sunday for the Quicken Loans 400. We will have coverage right here on WBKR 92.5 at 11 a.m.
Man’s Tribute to Celine Dion in Las Vegas Airport is Hilarious [Video]
Richard Dunn is a clever man. Stranded alone at 2 a.m. in the Las Vegas airport, he whips out his smart phone and shoots a video lip-syncing Celine Dion's 'All By Myself'. Watch. This is brilliant. After she saw the tribute Celine sent Richard this You Tube message...
Moon is Shaped by Faith, Too – Theresa Rowe Interviews Him Upon His Retirement [Podcast]
As my retirement date looms this Wednesday, I thought it might be of interest to those of you that are, like Theresa Rowe, Shaped By Faith. And, you might be surprised to know that naughty Moon is, too. So, Theresa interview me for her WOMI Radio Show and we have included those interview segments here for you to hear if you so desire.
Boogie Woogie is Our Sparky Pet of the Week
Let's Boogie Woogie! Get your paws on the floor and dance to the music. It's WBKR's Sparky Rescue Pet of the Week time. She will join the WBKR Waking Crew at 8:20 Thursday morning. Here are some details on this cutie.
Moon Googles Himself and It Sends Him to eBay
Have you ever Googled yourself? I recently did it and of course, it led me to wbkr.com. Then, I thought, "Let's Google 'Neal' Mullins". So, I searched for me under my real name and lo and behold someone was selling something on eBay that was very meaningful to me. Here I'll show you.
Moon Finds Another Treasure on eBay [Video]
I have written before about great little gems you can find on eBay. I have found magazines, High School yearbooks, pictures of meaningful locations and more. One of my more favorite things to search for are out of print, obscure records. Recently, I discovered a 45 rpm tune that has so many quirks to it.
NASCAR Goes to the Poconos
Wikipedia tells us this about the Pocono Race Track: Pocono Raceway, a major automobile racetrack, is home to an Indy Car race, the Pocono 400, and two NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. The Pocono 400 this weekend and the Pennsylvania 400 in August. It also serves as a racing school and motorcycle track.
D-Day, 70 Years Ago Today [Audio]
It was before I was born, too. D-Day. The 'Longest Day'. June 6, 1944, the day the allied troops of WW II landed on Normandy's beaches and saved the world from a sure tyranny.There was no TV then. Only radio. We have some audio to share.
Don Zimmer – Legendary Baseball Man Remembered by Moon
It was around 2000 I met Don Zimmer by a total fluke. I was in Kansas City where I lived twice, 1966-69 and 1978-85. At the time I Director of Programming for Journal Broadcast Group and I was based in Wichita, KS. I was taking two other gentlemen to lunch and trying to find a restaurant in North Kansas City that back in my day was the Italian Restaurant to go to. It was Jenny's and somewhat famou