Tillie The Elder Emo

Come on into the Elder Emo Retirement Community. Let Tillie The Elder Emo guide you through the afternoon with throwbacks from the age of Emocore music: pop punk, screamo, emo rap, etc. This Moshpit Muse will capture you with her stories and quirkiness, all while delivering rock music from your early iPod days.

Atlanta Falcons Notebook: January 9

Falcons 2022 record: 7-10 (T-2nd in NFC South) Opponent: Tampa Bay Buccaneers Location: Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta, GA) Final: Falcons 30 – Buccaneers 17 Notable Falcons Performances: QB Desmond Ridder – 19/30 (63.3%) for 224 YDs, 2 TDs, 1 FUM RB Tyler Allgeier – 24 carries for 135 YDs WR Drake London – 6 REC for 120 YDs S Richie Grant – 7 tackles, 1 forced fumble Notable Buccaneers Performances: QB Tom Brady – 13/17 (76.5%) for 84 YDs, 1 TD WR Chris Godwin – 6 REC for 55 YDs, 1 FUM S Antoine Winfield Jr. – 13 tackles, 1 QB hit DE Akiem…

Flashback Lunch

Flashback Lunch sends you back in time to enjoy rock tunes of the past. Tune in for your daily dose of new wave and grunge music with Tillie The Elder Emo. Relish in nostalgia!


SportsCall began in 1995 when Bill Cameron, then of WMSP in Montgomery, got a call from John Rice in the Auburn area, saying that the area missed a sports-call in show. The two got together, came up with the name “SportsCall” to emphasize the callers, and started airing. The show began as a one-hour affair on August 1, 1995 with Bill Cameron as the sole host. From there, the show expanded. John Rice was contacted by Fred Randall Huey, the owner of Power 99 in nearby Tallassee (now 99.9 Kate FM), and he wanted to simulcast SportsCall. Quickly after the…
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