Question of the Day

Question of the Day: Maybe its Maybelline?

by Morning Show

Happy 64th birthday, Ozzy Osbourne! That's right, today is Ozzy Osbourne's birthday, and we can only imagine how he's going to dress to celebrate. So with that in mind, today to we ask you for songs by men who wear mascara.

Here's today's playlist:

"Good Golly Miss Molly" - Little Richard

"Walk on the Wild Side" - Lou Reed

"It's All Over Now, Baby Blue" (The Rolling Thunder Revue) - Bob Dylan

"Close to Me" - The Cure

Question of the Day: Tis the Season to be...Sick

by Morning Show

Well, it's that's time of year again, and no, we're not referring to the Holidays. It's flu season. Have you gotten your flu shot yet, or do you cringe at the thought of a needle? The Centers for Disease Control reccomends the shot for just about everyone. So, send us your song suggestions about being sick. Leave a comment in the section below or email us at morning@wfuv.org.

Here's today's playlist

1. "Rockin Pnuemonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu" - Johnny Rivers

Question of the Day: Trees

by Morning Show

The Rockefeller Tree will be lit right before 9:00pm this evening. This year the tree is an 80-foot tall Norway Spruce from New Jersey that survived Sandy; over 30,000 LED lights will help spread the Christmas cheer this evening. So, today's question is about trees. Are you a tree lover? Or are you not even able to tell the difference between a maple and an oak? Post a comment below or send us an email at morning@wfuv.org.

Here's today's Question of the Day:

1. "Feed The Tree" - Belly

2. "Sugar Magnolia" - The Grateful Dead

Question of the Day: Songs About Shoppping

by Morning Show

Black Friday has come and gone, but there's still hope if you're looking for a deal. Today marks Cyber Monday, so for our Question of the Day we want to hear your songs about shopping. Do you love it? Hate it? Give us your opinion of shopping for today's Question of the Day, either by emailing us at morning@wfuv.org or leaving a post below.

What we played:

Question of the Day: Cat Friday

by Morning Show

Black Friday? Who cares about that when it's Cat Friday? Yep, that's right! Today is Cat Friday here in NYC. Are cats too cute for you to resist, or do you much prefer to stray away from the furry felines? Tell us in today's Question of the Day.

Here's today's playlist:

1. "Lovecats" - The Cure

2. "Cool for Cats" - Squeeze

3. "Cats Under the Stars" - Jerry Garcia

4. "Stray Cat Strut" - Stray Cats

 

Question of the Day: The Teenage Years

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Last night  Justin Bieber won big at the American Music Awards, taking home the top prize (artist of the year) and the awards for the other two categories he was nominated for. And he's only 18. With that in mind, today's Question of the Day is what is your favorite recording by a teenager?

1. "Teenager in Love" - Dion

2. "Gimme Some Lovin" - Steve Winwood

3. "Good Morning Little School Girl" - Johnny Lang

4. "Chasing Pavements" - Adele

Question of the Day: Who?

by Morning Show

Lucinda Williams is headling this year's FUV Holiday Cheer. But who else is performing? Well, you'll have to stay tuned to find out as we make the announcement later this morning. So today's question of the day is about songs that ask the question, "Who?" And in case you miss the big announcement, subscribe to our enewsletter to receive all updates about FUV and Holiday Cheer! Here's what we played:

Men at Work - "Who Can It Be Now?"

Bo Diddley - "Who Do You Love?"

Question of the Day: Songs About Obsessions

by Morning Show

 

Herman Melville's famous novel Moby Dick; Or, The Whale was first published on this day in 1851, and we think it's safe to say that Captain Ahab was obsessed with Moby Dick. To celebrate this, today's Question of The Day is all about obsession. Let us know your favorite songs about obsessions by emailing us at morning@wfuv.org or leaving a comment below.

What we played:

Question of the Day: Veteran's Day Observed

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Baltimore Sun

Today is Veteran's Day (observed), honoring all the men and women who have served our country. So we ask you, what song would you send out to the men and women who have or still are serving in the military?

Here is the playlist for today's Question of the Day:

1) "Born in the USA" - Richard Shindell

2) "Heroes" - David Bowie

3) "I Thank You" - Sam and Dave

4) "Kind and Generous" - Natalie Merchant