Hancock & Kelley – Monday, February 13, 2012

John and Michael reflect on the life of Grammy- and Emmy-Award-Winning Superstar Whitney Houston.

Denny Regan, President and CEO of The Muny in STL, talks about Whitney Houston’s 1986 concert at The Muny.

Whitney Houston Fan Monica Adams, host of the KMOX Health & Fitness Show, reminisces about attending the Whitney Houston concert at The Muny.

John and Michael talk about this past weekend’s CPAC convention in the nation’s capital and the future of Mitt Romney as the GOP Presidential candidate.

Tim Larson, Dir. of the STL Mardi Gras, and Johnny Daus, owner of Johnny’s Restaurant and Grill in Soulard, talking about the upcoming festivities.

Chris Molitor, President of the STL Firefighter’s Union, give us his take on the current state of the firefighters pensions.

Mo. State Sen. Mike Kehoe (R-Jeff City) gives his support to Missouri toll roads.

  • Ed Golterman

    In 1986 MUNY ran into late Sept. Houston nearly sold out. Three years later Civic Progress decided to kill MUNY and Kiel to protect the Fox. The rest is alarming decline of St. Louis as a city, and disappearance as a destination for music arts and culture. The Grammys just picked Kauffman Center in Kansas City, with no history in Blues, jazz or another other kind of music, for major collaborations in education. This should have been St. Louis.

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