Every Friday at 6:00 p.m. you can host your hour on I-Rock 93.5 with our "I-Host" presented by Analog Pizza and Arcade. 

You choose the playlist.  Then you come to the Rock & Roll Mansion and talk about the songs.  All you need to do is sign up here and then watch your email.


 Who Are You?

Rylee Reichwein

Why Do You Love Hard Rock?

My big brother and my mom listened to it all the time and I loved it! We always go to concerts together and have so much fun.

Who Is Your Favorite Band?

My favorite artist isn't hard rock, but they're called Waterparks. My favorite rock band is definitely Breaking Benjamin.

What Is The Best Concert You've Seen?

The best concert I ever went to was Breaking Benjamin and Skillet. My mom and I got on stage during The Diary of Jane and it was the coolest experience ever.

My Playlist:

  1. Blow Me Away - Breaking Benjamin
  2. Shoots and Ladders - Korn
  3. Are You Tired? - Scene Queen
  4. Breath - Breaking Benjamin
  5. Hold on to Memories - Disturbed
  6. Blind - Korn
  7. Psycho - Puddle of Mudd
  8. From Can to Can't - Corey Taylor, Dave Grohl, Rick Nielsen, Scott Reeder
  9. Blood - In This Moment
  10. I'm So Sick - Flyleaf
  11. Snuff - Slipknot
  12. Given Up - Linkin Park
  13. Just Pretend - Bad Omens

Are You QC AF? Take The Test.

If you are from the Quad Cities, there are certain things you do and say that folks from outside the area might not understand. Weather you’ve lived here your entire life, or just a couple years, it’s time to put your QC to the test to find out if you are “QC AF”.
Below are 25 questions to test your knowledge and life experience of the Quad Cities. Keep track and see where you rank. Then share it, if you aren’t ashamed, to show how QC you are.

25-20 points – You are QC AF!
19-15 points – Reppin’ the QC strong.
15-10 points – Average. You put the “C” in the QC.
10-5 points – Do you even QC bro.
5-0 points – Move back to Chicago.

LOOK: Groceries that dropped in price in the Midwest last month

Stacker used Bureau of Labor Statistics data to find the grocery items that saw the largest price decreases from August to September in the Midwest.

Gallery Credit: Stacker

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