Join Steve Ocean every morning on The Tiger from 6 to 10am. Oshe combines hilarious stories with up to date news on what’s going on around the country. Get the latest news in sports, your Bedtime Story, Question of the Day, the Daily Horoscope, and more. Steve also has a chance for you to win free food and CDs every morning. It’s Steve Ocean, world famous, but locally unknown, every morning right here on The Tiger!
Weekdays at noon, Will hosts an hour of the very best new wave, retro, grunge, modern rock, and one-hit-wonders from the 70s, 80s, and 90s. It’s the songs you remember or the ones you missed the first time around.
From 10 until 3, hang out with Will as he brings you the Offbeat Online, Late Night TV Check, Sports Subversion, Art-official Intelligence, That’s Original, The Flashback Lunch, Music Knowledge, The Vault, The Tiger New Release Schedule, and more. And watch out his Sunkist-lust. Warning: 10% more sarcastic than other afternoon shows. Keep out of reach of small children.
Every weekday from 4 to 6, listen in for the Auburn area’s number one sports-talk show, SportsCall. Hosted by Bill Cameron and featuring regular appearances from Chuck Furlow, Bryan Matthews, Phillip Marshall, and others, SportsCall is where you can be heard by calling in at 887-3401 or toll-free at 1-888-9TIGER9.
Hosted by Greg Glover, The Bottom Forty contains a great sampling of both newer and older alternative music. You never know what Greg might find to play, but it is never anything less than interesting. The Bottom Forty airs Friday nights from 10 PM to midnight.
Hang out with Jed the Fish Saturday nights from 10 to midnight and Sundays from noon to 2 to catch the top 20 songs of the past week in no particular order!
Sunday nights from 7 to 9, The Tiger gives you the chance to blow off some steam and check out the extreme side of The Tiger as Lou Brutus hosts Harddrive. There are guest interviews, live performances, plus every show ends with a look at what’s in Lou’s Mp3 player. As long as HardDrive is on the air, U.S. citizens are assured inflation will remain low, American prestige will remain high, and extreme rock music will always have a home.