Matt Meyer (who is me, I'm the one writing this, the station doesn't employ a biographer) is a Central PA native. He's been on the radio in Harrisburg for some time, across a variety of formats. He lives with his sweetheart and three cats and enjoys rocking.
Matt (who is me, still the one writing) enjoys NFL football and LOVES to play fantasy football, which is why he hosts The TFP, a weekly football podcast found here. Matt also enjoys Phillies baseball, but chooses not to express that love in podcast form.
A fan of live comedy, Matt can occasionally be seen hosting local comedy shows around the area.
A fan of live music, Matt can often be found at shows or jamming with his homies in Project Awesome.
A fine of fine living, Matt cooks a mean omelette and knows what quinoa is.
I'm (I mean Matt is) glad you asked!!! You should start with Twitter and follow @theMattspace. Then click here to join MATTSPACE NATION on Facebook. For Matt Meyer completists, check out his Youtube Channel with videos he made for various radio stations, including a McRib video that has inexplicably been viewed over 5,000 times.
What are you looking for, underwear size?? All that stuff above isn't enough?? Fine. You can email me firstname.lastname@example.org. That's about it, until I write a book or something.
It's the most mesmerizing thing you'll see on the internet all day - HAND KARATE!!!
Tonight, Blake Shelton will host Healing The Heartland, a concert benefitting victims of the Oklahoma tornadoes. We'll be airing the concert tonight on BOB 94.9. Latest on the lineup:
With Blake headlining, the benefit concert promises performances byMiranda Lambert, Reba McEntire, Rascal Flatts, Darius Rucker, Luke Bryan, Usher and One Republic frontman Ryan Tedder. Proceeds from the event will support tornado relief efforts through the United Way of Central Oklahoma May Tornadoes Relief Fund.
Blake says, “Everyone has their way to help, and mine as an entertainer is to perform to help raise money and awareness for this tragedy. This is why I want to do this special and especially hold it in Oklahoma City, which is near ground zero.”
The telethon airs live tomorrow (Wednesday) at 9 p.m. ET on NBC, Style, G4, Bravo, E! and CMT.
For a band whose catalog is filled with ultra-serious lyrics about space priests and Ayn Rand philosophies, the members of Rush sure can act like a bunch of goofballs. Earlier this year, the Canadian trio was finally inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame. In his speech, guitarist Alex Lifeson treated the moment with all the gravity and reflection that one would expect for such a rare career milestone:
Hardcore Rush fans know the reference. (Full disclosure: Glenn Hamilton explained it to me) During concerts, you'll see Alex Lifeson approach Geddy Lee and say something, making both of them laugh. It's part of every show, and eventually fans figured out that it was all staged - all Alex was saying was 'Blah blah blah', and they'd both laugh like it was the funniest, most insightful joke in the world. They even began selling this T-shirt:
Hat tip to MY DAD! for sending me the link.
Last night, I ordered a pizza. The pizza place was right around the corner, so I opted to pick it up in-store rather than have it delivered. After watching this video, I do not regret my decision. Watch as a Russian delivery man opens up a customer's pizza and goes to town:
EEEEEEEEEEWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW. My favorite part is that he does this IMMEDIATELY after getting in the elevator. Dude must have been STARVING. According to Youtube comments (the world's most reliable source of accurate reporting) the man has been fired and prosecuted. I'm just glad he's all the way over in Russia.
MY pizza, by the way, was delicious.
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