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.

Nirvana Reunited Over The Weekend

Former members of Nirvana did indeed reunite Saturday night at the Cal Jam festival in San Bernardino, CA over the weekend. Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear, along with Joan Jett teamed up for a six-song set to close out the festival.  Check

Final Fantastic Beasts 2 Trailer

With less than 2 months until Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald hits theaters, they’ve released the final trailer for it. The movie hits theaters on November 16th. Check out the final preview for it:

Perfect Air Drums

Have you seen this video from the Bills-Ravens game last weekend? Dude air drums like a pro & nails every beat to Rush’s “Tom Sawyer.” Turns out he’s a member of the Ravens’ marching band, so he probably

Rambo’s MN Vaca Pix

I got to spend a long Labor Day weekend in the Minneapolis area visiting friends and checking out local breweries and the Minnesota State Fair. If you’ve never had a chance to go to it, I highly

New Music from Steve Perry

Steve Perry just released his first new music in decades. Below, you can watch “No Erasin”–the first single from his upcoming album, Traces, which will be available on October 5th. Here’s the tracklist: 1. “No Erasin’” 2. “We’re

Watch Dave Grohl’s Doc “Play”

Dave Grohl’s new solo project Play, a 23-minute solo track on which the Foo Fighters frontman plays every instrument, is now live. Dave directed the video, which is a two-part documentary that details the inspiration, writing and