Friday, October 16, 2009

The things I miss about Fernando and Greg

Right before Curt and I went on vacation my favorite radio station 92.7 Energy went off the air and became 92.7 The Revolution. The Revolution is just any other radio station. And recently they got some morning DJs and they are horrible. They were playing farting noises during a song. Good Lord.
I found out today that Fernando and Greg are coming back to the airwaves next week. No details.
I hope those two are exactly the same and play the same kind of great dance music I need to hear while driving to work in the mornings. (I used to time my drive to work so I could hear Sassy Sports between 8:10 and 8:20.)
But since those two have been off the air the drive to work in the mornings kinda sucks. I rarely laugh and the music is just OK.
Here is what I miss from Fernando and Greg and hope it all returns next week:
  • Sassy Sports with Greg the Gay Sportscaster
  • Updates on those annoying Jon & Kate ...
  • What's happening on the Tyra Banks show
  • Homo vs. Hetero
  • Fernando and Greg picking on Jason, the producer
  • Jason saying, Jerk!
  • Their interview with Heidi Montag
  • The Uroclub
  • Real Housewives updates
  • Interviews with Gavin Newsom
  • Whitney Houston's "Crack is whack" audio
  • Whitney Houston's "Kiss my ass" audio
  • Joan Rivers interviews
  • Angelah Johnson visits
  • Talking with comedian John Heffron about guys hanging out naked way too long at the gym
  • Ed Hardy lameness displayed by Jon from Jon & Kate ...
  • Talk about Jason's sweater
  • Greg's family in Texas
  • Reminiscing about the Golden Girls and Designing Women

If you are a regular reader of my blog and a fan of Fernando and Greg let me know what you miss and what you hope returns when they return to the airwaves next week.


Blogger Akilah Bolden-Monfa said...

For Immediate Release November 6, 2009
The Duo Will Debut Thursday, Nov. 12
San Francisco, CA (November 6, 2009) – CBS RADIO San Francisco is pleased to announce the addition of Fernando and Greg to Movin’ 99.7 (KMVQ) in the mornings beginning on Thursday, November 12.
Fernando and Greg will be heard on Movin’ 99.7’s airwaves, online at, and through a variety of mobile devices weekdays from 5am to 9:30am.

"First, Levi Johnston agrees to pose nude and now Fernando and Greg land at Movin' 99.7. I'm not sure I could be any happier. Can't wait to wake up the Bay...again!" said Fernando Ventura.
“It is fantastic to be back on the air in the Bay Area and with Movin’ 99.7. After 5 years, I am excited to have the opportunity to finally get a chance on a big signal!” added Greg Sherrell.

“Fernando and Greg have a unique sound that is funny, topical and custom tailored for the Bay Area. I can’t wait for them to hit our airwaves!!” added Michael Martin CBS Radio San Francisco VP of Programming and PD of Movin’ 99.7

I’m going to hide under my desk and not answer the phone” added Doug Harvill, CBS Radio San Francisco Sr. VP and Market Manager.

Fernando and Greg got their start in radio on Energy 92.7 (KNGY) from 2005 until September 2009. Last year they received the Fall Honors award from northern California chapter of the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association. In 2007 they were named to OUT Magazine’s Top 100 most influential people in gay culture.

CBS RADIO, one of the largest major-market operators and the No. 1 online radio service in the United States, with stations covering news, sports, talk, rock, oldies, country, adult contemporary and urban formats, among others, offers audiences an enhanced and customized listening experience through the combination of on-air, online and new media platforms. CBS RADIO operates 130 radio stations throughout the nation’s top 50 markets and broadcasts play by play coverage of more than two dozen of the country’s leading professional sports franchises. CBS RADIO also has embraced interactive programming through the use of streaming, HD Radio, podcasts and mobile messaging. The division maintains an exclusive agreement with both AOL Radio and Yahoo! Music Radio through which CBS RADIO powers AOL Radio and Yahoo! Music Radio and distributes their stations to its network of listeners. Home to the nation’s most listened to news (1010 WINS), sports (WFAN-AM), rock (KROQ-FM) and country (WUSN-FM) stations, CBS RADIO is a division of CBS Corporation. For more information on CBS RADIO, please visit
Media Contact: Akilah Bolden-Monifa (415) 765-8842, (415) 760 0688 (cell)

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