Rambo

RamboLoves: beer, burgers, pizza, movies, motorcycles, sports, and of course music.

Rambo grew up all over the place (literally). Born in Fargo, ND and lived in San Diego, CA & Japan before landing in NE Kansas. However, both of Rambo’s parents grew up in Rapid City, so the Black Hills has always been his home away from home and spent several Thanksgiving & Christmas holidays in the Hills with family.

Rambo started in radio while he was in college, starting with some stations in Lawrence, KS. He’s also worked in Topeka, KS before coming to the Black Hills and 95.1 KSKY. When he’s not working, he’s doing his best to not upset his wife or drive their dog crazy (at least not too much).

You can listen to Rambo and his geek & movie knowledge weekdays from 9am-2pm.

Breaking Bad Movie

Rumors have swirled for years about a Breaking Bad movie, and now we know when & where to watch it. Netflix will release El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie on October 11th. Check out the first preview

Disney+ Trailer

If you’re like me, you have no problem spending $7 a month on the upcoming Disney+ streaming service (there’ll also be an option to buy an annual membership for $70/year–saves you $14 a year if you look

The Mandalorian Trailer

You have to wait until November for Disney’s new streaming service, Disney+, but at their D23 Expo over the weekend, they’ve released a bunch of trailers an announcements that should get you excited for the new shows

Top Gun: Maverick Trailer

Tom Cruise surprised Comic Con attendees yesterday when he not only showed up (he wasn’t on the schedule for appearances), but also debuted the first trailer for Top Gun: Maverick. The sequel hits theaters June 26, 2020 (my

Listen to New Motley Crue Songs

Motley Crue’s biopic, The Dirt, is available now on Netflix. As the movie was being announced, Motley Crue said they were recording 4 new songs for the soundtrack. If you haven’t had a chance to watch the

New Motley Crue Music

Motley Crue’s biopic, The Dirt, hits Netflix on March 22nd. They’ve released one of the 4 new songs they recorded for the movie, which is the title track. The song features rapper Machine Gun Kelly, who also plays

Star Wars: Always

Topher Grace (yeah, the dude from “That 70’s Show”) has an interesting way of unwinding after completing an acting project: he works on another project. He’s previously edited the Star Wars prequels into one 85-minute movie. He’s

Buckcherry’s “Bent” Video

Buckcherry released the music video for the new song “Bent,” which they filmed while they were touring in the UK (the video is of them exploring London). “Bent” will be on their new album, Warpaint, which comes out