Gunther Guests - March 16 - 20

Gunther Guests – Week March 16th

Monday, March 16th

·5:10am – Retired, Senior INS Agent Michael Cutler – Why are we worried about stopping a virus, when we’re not worried about stopping the people that could be bringing it... he’ll discuss this and more, Monday Morning! |

·9:10am – Don Trumble, Author, Former President for an Air Carrier and now he heads up a company that helps with catastrophic threats called the ‘Safe State Project’ – His specialty is how we prepare for an Electro Magnetic Pulse (EMP), he’ll talk about that but he’ll also tell us how it also applies to pandemics like we are facing today!|

·9:40am – Former Congressman Bob BarrTalking about the Coronavirus; And he’ll also discussthe Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and how parts of it abuse American’s civil liberties. | and

Tuesday, March 17th -

·5:10am – Bob Barr

·9:10am – Dr. Mark Bruce, Emergency Room Physician and Ambassador with the American College of Emergency Physicians, and Author of ‘Jackie, A Boy and A Dog: a Warm Cold War Story’ – He’ll talk about his book, but he’ll also discuss is the world overreacting or under reacting to the Coronavirus Outbreak. | No Website

·9:40am – State Representative Seth Grove – Talking about Pennsylvania’s Rainy Day Fund & other funds that are going unused – they total over a Billion Dollars! Why isn’t PA using them? And he’ll talk about PA ranking 48th in the Country for Taxes. |

Wednesday, March 18th

·5:10am – Dr. Mark Bruce

·9:10am – U.S. Congressman Dan Meuser – from PA’s 9th Congressional District – He will talk about what’s going on in Washington with the Coronavirus... he’ll also give insight into some of his meetings with President Trump and more! | Meuser.House.Gov

·9:40am – Ken LaCorte – Founder of LaCorte News –He’ll talk about the CoronaVirus, Joe Biden’s Screaming Episodes and more! |

Thursday, March 19th

·5:10am – Dan Meuser

·9:10am – Michael Busler –He is a Policy Analyst, Economics Expert and Professor of Finance at Stockton University, he also writes for NewsMax and – He’ll discuss what he thinks are the long term financial impacts of the Coronavirus. |

·9:40am - Sam Rohrer - President of the American Pastors Network and Pennsylvania Pastors Network - We have another virus in our country, and it’s one that’s killing faith and religion in this country... he’ll discuss this, the Coronavirus and more with Gunther Thursday! |

Friday, March 20th

·5:10am – Michael Busler

·9:10am – Lowman Henry with the Lincoln Institute and he’s also with the PA Leadership Conference – He’ll talk about this year’s Leadership Conference coming to Harrisburg at the end of this month | and


Winners WILL be contacted by Mandy Schnell or Jeff Warner – once proper prize paperwork is received, prizes will be mailed. Questions: Call Mandy 610-841-7216 or email!


- Mr. Bill’s Shopping Spree Gift Certs – Each gift cert is good for 1 package Smoked Turkey Kielbasa, 1 pound of Turkey or Chicken Sausage and 1 pound of Marinated Chicken

- Win a $25 Gift Card for Link Beverage in Coopersburg!

- Win tickets for the Million Dollar Quartet - Sunday, May 3rd at the Wind Creek Event Center in Bethlehem - Tickets on sale now at! 

About the Show (if needed): Around Christmas time in 1956, Carl Perkins was in a post-“Blue Suede Shoes” funk. He booked a recording session on Dec. 4th with producer Sam Phillips. along with Jerry Lee Lewis, Perkins and his band recorded a number of songs including one of Perkins’ best-known records, “Matchbox.” Details from the rest of that day are still questioned, but this is what is known: Perkins and Lewis were later joined by Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash, and the foursome held an impromptu jam session. A newspaper wrote, “This quartet could sell a million.” Shortly after they were known as “The Million Dollar Quartet.” The recording session retains its historical significance as a landmark event in the age of Rock n’ Roll, and a milestone for the genre in the ever-changing world of the 20th century popular culture and mass media. In the decades that ensued, The Million Dollar Quartet in 1956 has often been referred to as the “Mount Rushmore of Rock n’ Roll.” Million Dollar Quartet captures the contagious spirit, freewheeling excitement, and thrilling sounds of the once-in-a-life-time event where four of music’s best talents came together.