I will be joining my pals Jim Sheahan and Mike Houlihan on the "Skinny and Houli Show" tomorrow night on Avenue 950 AM Radio.
"Skinny and Houli Show" brings radio back to life with their distinctly Chicago Voices talking about people who make positive differences in this great City and its suburbs.
I will talk about the people who support Leo High School and provide a quality Catholic college preparatory high school education for young men from Chicago's toughest and most under served neighborhoods. The Leo Alumni Association represents the thousands of men who formed their lives at 7901 S. Sangamon Street and continue to financially, spiritually and socially support the young men of Leo.
Here's but a very few
* Frank Considine: Retired CEO of National American Can Co.
* Thomas Fitzgerald: Justice, Illinois Supreme Court.
* Bill Koloseike - CEO -Bill Kay Chrysler
* Dick Landis - CEO of Landis Plastics
* Michael Thompson - CEO Fair Oaks Farm Food, Inc.
* Donald Flynn: Member, board of directors, Waste Management Inc.
* Bishop John Gorman: Former president, St. Mary of the Lake.
* Jim Hallberg: President, Insure One.
* Jason Jefferson: NFL player, Buffalo Bills.
* Edward Joyce: President, Chicago Options Exchange.
* James T. Joyce: Former Chicago fire commissioner.
* Ed Koloseike: CEO, Bill Kay Chrysler & Dodge.
* Dan McGrath: Sports writer and editor, Chicago News Coop - New York Times.
* Andrew McKenna: President and CEO, Schwarz Paper Co.; former chairman of the board of the Cubs, Sox; board of directors, Chicago Bears.
* Lt. Gen. George Muellner, USAF: Retired president of Boeing Corporation's Strategic Defense Systems Division & Phantom Works.
* Tom Owens: Chairman of the board, XL Datacom.
* Dr. William Payne: Photonic Switching Architectural Group, Bell Laboratories.
* Joseph Power: Partner, Power, Rogers & Smith.
* Robert Sheehy: President, Sheehy & Sons Funeral Home.
Call in and join the fun. The "Skinny and Houli Show phone lines can be reached at 312-329-0950.
A couple of Chicago rascals are debuting their highly anticipated radio program through Avenue 950 Timeless Cool, a product of Sovereign City Radio Services, called The Skinny & Houli Show, on Wednesday nights from 6-8PM beginning January 20.
Mr. Skinny Sheahan and company!
James "Skinny" Sheahan, former Director of the Mayor's Office of Special Events and Mike "Houli" Houlihan, columnist for the Irish American News and former features columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times, introduce listeners to the quirky characters and stories that give our city its unique charm.
This two hour, freewheeling talk radio dialogue features two of Chicago's most irrepressible personalities, discussing what's happening in the city each week. The hosts will dissect the news, politics, sports, and entertainment scene with their trademark wit and introduce a variety of community activists and neighborhood heroes.
The Skinny & Houli Show, in partnership with Special Olympics Chicago, will feature guests who are making a positive impact on the lives of Chicagoans plus a "Special Olympics Spotlight" on an athlete, coach or volunteer for outstanding achievement.
Tune in to Avenue 950 and hear a show that will make you proud to live in Chicago.
This Wed. Night, 6-8PM. 950 AM
Call-in during the show, light up our phone lines: 312-329-0950.
The Avenue950 is heard every evening from 6pm to 5am in Chicago on WNTD 950 AM. Established in 1922, 950 AM is one of Chicago's oldest stations. Everything old is new again as many of those same artists join contemporary artists to form Chicago’s new format that we call "The Avenue". The Avenue950 is heard every evening from 6pm to 5am in Chicago on WNTD 950 AM.
Established in 1922, 950 AM is one of Chicago’s oldest stations. Over the decades, the greats of Jazz became a part of the station’s heritage. Everything old is new again as many of those same artists join contemporary artists to form Chicago’s new format that we call "The Avenue".
The Avenue is a multi-genre mix featuring a balanced blend of classic and contemporary cool that you won’t hear anywhere else. Period. We call it “Timeless Cool”. Its music that matters presented in a way that radio has never tried before. It’s easy to listen to, but NOT easy listening. It’s classic. Its current. It’s timeless cool for a timelessly cool city.