Lowdown Radio: February 16, 2010

The Lowdown was on the air once again for that bi-weekly half-hour of hilarity they call a radio show. For the second time in three episodes, Steve was paired with The Enge for the show. The episode starts with a USC Presidential Election inspired look at the worst of cover music. There’s a lot of Canadian content in that feature including a few music legends and a couple USC Presidential candidates. After that was the news which dealt with sex, drugs, and rock & roll. Entertainment featured a new song (and a new intro) for The Worst of Music and a good cover song for It Came From YouTube. Sports takes you home after the break with a look back at the talk about hockey violence on the previous edition of The Lowdown Extra. The show ends with the third edition of Florida Panthers’ play-by-play announcer Randy Moller’s best goal calls. It’s 28 minutes of that classic Lowdown that you know and love.

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On the Extra, it’s 26 minutes more of the action that you love. There’s more talk and more jokes in the worst of cover music segment. The USC presidential recap is extended with behind the scenes info. The news features another story and Steve recalling some of his more memorable moments as a CHRW newscaster. Entertainment has a look at the best Super Bowl ads from this year. Sports has a longer clip from the last Extra and more goal calls by Randy Moller.

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