The Last I-Host Of The Year Is Ready To Finish Off 2023
We have reached the end of the year...almost. With the next two weeks being holidays we'll have a break from our I-Hosts. But, once 2024 starts we'll get back to letting you host your own hour on I-Rock 93.5 with our "I-Host" presented by Analog Pizza and Arcade.
All you need to do is sign up here and then watch your email.
For now, let's meet the last I-Host(s) of 2023. For the record, Becky was the winner and she brought her "sidekick", Jeff, with her.
Question one - Who are you?
Becky Jo Fiers (aka the Cool Becky) and Jeff Barnes
Question two - Why do you love hard rock?
Becky-Hard rock has always been an outlet for me when times have been tough. Jeff and I have a mutual love for music and the rock genre. Jeff likes the more rhythmic aspect, not the "rah, rah, rah" so much...lol. We have met many amazing people with that mutual love as well. You all know who you are!!!
Question three - Who is your favorite band/artist?
Becky-Mine is Breaking Benjamin and Jeff's is Papa Roach.
Question four - What is the best concert you've ever seen?
Becky-Mine was Iron Maiden last year at the United Center in Chicago. I did not expect such a theatrical production. So amazing! Jeff's was Papa Roach for the Who Do You Trust Tour at the Aragon Ballroom in 2019
The songs we chose are as follows:
- Breaking Benjamin-Lights Out
- Shiraz Lane-Broken Pieces
- Alborn-Learn To Live
- The Plot In You-Left Behind
- Non Grata-The Beast In Me
- Versus Me-Control
- The Violent-Follow Me
- Linkin Park-Burn It Down
- Electric Call Boy-Tekkno Train
- Puddle of Mudd-Psycho
- Papa Roach-Leave The Light On
Speaking of the last of 2023, if you missed the I-Rock 93.5 Concert Year in Review check it out here!
And if you really want to go down a rabbit hole...check out all the I-Hosts from the past year and see what people have been putting on their playlists when they rock an hour on I-Rock 93.5. We've got that for you here.
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