The only married morning duo in Mobile makes things a little more interesting, especially when disagreements happen.
Tim and Lee Ann Camp (get it ‘TLC in the Morning”) both had life-long passion for music and radio, so it would make perfect sense the two would end up together. Â They’ve been married nearly ten years and had their first kiss at Saints game in the New Orleans Superdome (the one where Joe Horn calls his Mom in the endzone).
Tim is originally from Mobile and has lived here most of his life. Of course there were the excursions to college, Birmingham, Atlanta, Detroit. But eventually he made his way back to Mobile and is now Operations Manager, co-owner, Director of Programming, Chief (and only) Engineer….. of Sports Radio WNSP and 92ZEW.
Lee Ann was raised in St. Clair County, MI. Made the move to Detroit metro for broadcast degree. Various jobs to survive including promotions/DJ at one of the area’s best known concert halls, The Ritz and a stint at radio station 102.7, ZRock. The beach called saying ‘Come on Down’ so she did. Plus her sister’s lived in Gulf Shoes for many years. She loves Mobile, the Beach, the History, Mardi Gras and of course, working at the best station in the world, 92ZEW.
Nope, iCow is nothing IoT or tech. Just good old-fashioned paint.
One of the worst malware attacks on Android thus far, Hummingbad, already infected 10 million users. Alibaba enters the connected transportation ring with its new ‘Internet Car’.
What We Learned: Here’s ten Intelligent-sounding insults to bewilder & confound, like when a cacafuego makes you feel like a ninnyhammer and you really want to bescumber him or her
What We Learned Today – Fashion might soon be more useful, with wireless chargers built inside! Just don’t charge your ‘hoverboard’ mkay?
British band Coldplay was announced as a headliner for Jay-Z’s Made in America Festival. But aren’t they “Made in England?’
What We Learned: Better E-Mails & Coffee According to Science -FB & Twitter’s New Ways to Target Ads
And a human-size lizard found in house trying to get out through the door! JWatch the video. Just some of what we learned today with TLC in the Morning.
X Ambassadors perform acoustically backstage Hangout Festival 2016 with 92ZEW and Hangout Radio.
Researchers find magic mushrooms might fight long-term depression. Accused squatters moves in, files restraining order against homeowner. Fireball lights up New England skies caught on camera. Watch it here.
Apparently Mike Tyson is a big fan of Eagles of Death Metal, LOL
Elaborate marketing campaign? Maybe, but Radiohead is back with new music and video and yes, they are posting again. Listen to ‘Burn the Witch’ here.
Listen to brand new single from Red Hot Chili Peppers, “Dark Necessities.” The new album, The Getaway, was produced by Danger Mouse & mixed by Nigel Goodrich and will be out in June.
Goldenvoice announces Bob Dylan, Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Neil Young, The Who & Rogers Waters to play new festival at Coachella site Oct. 7-9. But don’t call it Oldchella, Oldstock, or Oldapalooza. It’s Desert Trip Festival.
Billboard reports all postings on Radiohead’s Facebook and Twitter accounts were inexplicably deleted Sunday and its website also went blank.
Hangout Festival headliner, Lenny Kravitz, to premiere his concert documentary “Just Let Go” a week before the big festival on Showtime.
Read celeb reactions of Prince’s passing. Watch a wickedly insane guitar solo from Hall of Fame induction ceremonies where he joined other superstars to cover “While My Guitar Gently Weeps.”
Giants pitcher Jake Peavy investing in music in Mobile, meanwhile Jack White is investing in a new manufacturing company whose focus is baseball bat design & aesthetics. Maybe Jake & Jack ought to team up?
Mexican news site posted pic of meat with image of the horned devil (or a cat standing on its hindlegs). You decide: how much will it go for on ebay?
The Arcs covered Bobby Parker’s ‘Watch Your Step’ for the “Vinyl” series on HBO.
Baird will be with Mersey Beatles at Mobile Civic Center 2/26 selling & autographing copies of her new book Imagine This – Growing Up with John Lennon. “I had to set the record straight because after John died the stories got wild very very quickly.” Hear the interview about her book, how the Beatles started & more.