About Steve
I have been the host of the Indiana 105 Dawn Patrol for the Last 15 years. I originally hail from Louisiana, but have lived in Indiana since 1983. So at this point I think it is safe to say I'm a Hoosier. However I will always be a New Orleans Saints Fan, no matter what kind of trouble they may get into. My man cave is called the Voodoo Lounge Deux. The Original Voodoo Lounge was taken out by what was left of Hurricane Ike a few years back. The center piece of the Voodoo Lounge Deux is my hot sauce collection. Some people collect coffee mugs on vacation, I collect Hot Sauce. The Sauce of choice right now is brewed in Northwest Indiana by the Scoffeld Brothers. Be very careful with the Heavy Metal Sauce. However my favorite is a sauce from Barbados called Delish Bajan Sauce. Very hard to find. If you are going to Barbados and can hook a brother up......

My wife Colleen and I were married in 2000. Her grandmother used to own Ma Cole's dinner for all you old timers. And yes we met on the the radio. She was my first winner with Movie trivia 15 years ago. We have helped to for a new Theatre Company that raises money for charity. The Valparaiso Theatrical Company give 60% of every ticket sold back to a 501C3 charity. We have two sons and 4 grand children.

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The next time you're holding a dollar bill, it might be worth looking further than the big number one - you could get more bang from your buck than you expected.  Ordinary low denomination bills are raking in thousands of dollars in an online trend that is centered on the eight-digit serial number which appears on each U.S. banknote. “Unusual” bills are being bought, sold and hunted on the website CoolSerialNumbers.com, with low serial numbers, from 00000001 to 00000100, being particularly sought after, a $1 bill with the serial number 00000002 going for $2,500.  The U.S.-based site lists all the different notes that collectors are looking out for and allows serial number fans to get in touch with one another.  There are categories such as “solids” (where the digits repeat eight times), “ladders” (12345678), “radars” (01133110 - where the number reads the same left-to-right as right-to-left) and “repeaters” (20012001 - the second half is the same as the first half).  Then there are “radar repeaters” (12211221), “super radars” (20000002 - all the internal digits are the same) and “super repeaters” (where the first two digits are repeated four times, such as 63636363).  Dave Undis, the a Nashville musician and currency collector who runs the site, is happy to include some criteria that might go unnoticed to the untrained eye - such as a “pi note” with the number 31415927.  A $5 bill with the number 33333333 is currently up for sale for $13,000, while a set of nine $20 bills running from 00000010 through to 00000090 can be bought for $1,800. A Google+ link on the site allows you to scroll through a full catalogue of unusual serial numbers. 


$1 E 99999995 A                                   $1,500

$1 B 00000002 J                                   $2,500

$1 P 00000004 E                                   $1,250

$1 B 00000004 J                                   $1,000

$1 S 00000003 D                                   $1,000

Set of four notes                                 $5,000 99999993-99999996


Today in Country Music History September 19th

Country Music History

2007 Brooks & Dunn nab a platinum album for "The Greatest Hits Collection II"

2006 The Wreckers' "Stand Still, Look Pretty" album is certified gold

2003 One week after his death, Johnny Cash wins three trophies at the Americana Music Awards in Nashville


Happy Birthday!!!!

Country Music History

1964 Trisha Yearwood is born in Monticello, Georgia. A powerful vocalist in the vein of her idol Linda Ronstadt, she wins a Grammy for her 1997 recording of "How Do I Live" and becomes one of the most revered country acts of the 1990s


Voodoo Lounge Hot Sauce of the Week!!!

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This is a rare Hot Sauce.  And as you can see it is very empty.  It comes from Glady's Cafe on the Island of St. Thomas.  No trip to the island is complete for me till I stop in for Peas and rice and stock up!!!




#1 Song for September 18th

Country Music History

1999 Kenny Chesney croons his way to #1 on the Billboard country chart with "You Had Me From Hello"


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