Will you be watching any of the cattle drive this morning? We have the soundtrack to help usher in Cheyenne Frontier Days on the 'KING FM Sunday Brunch.'

Join Grateful Mike from 7 to 10 a.m. for a dose of cowboy, horse and rider songs, birthday celebrations, music news, concerts coming and plenty more to fill up on, check the menu.

'KING FM Sunday Brunch' for July 13, 2014

Appetizers: 'Wild Horses'-Rolling Stones

'Rawhide'-Riders in the Sky ('Roll 'em, roll 'em, 'roll 'em, keep those doggies rollin'')

Cattle Drive Songs: 'Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses'-U2

'Cowboy Song'-Thin Lizzy (Wow, western tunes by 2 band from Dublin, Ireland)

'Black Horse and The Cherry Tree'-KT Tunstall

'Ghost Riders in the Sky'-The Outlaws

Music Losses: 'I Wanna Be Sedated'-The Ramones (Tommy Ramone dies at 62)

'Since You've Been Gone'-The Outfield (guitarist John Spinks died at 60)

New Release 7-15: 'Something to Talk About'-Bonnie Raitt ('Nick of Time' 25th Anniversary Edition)

Beatle News: 'All Those Years Ago'-George Harrison

'I Saw Her Standing There'-The Beatles (Paul McCartney releases 'Early Days' video)

Concerts: 'Mercury Blues'-Steve Miller Band (playing the Pepsi Center on 7-16)

'Be Good to Yourself'-Journey (on tour with the Steve Miller Band)

'Your Life is Now'-John Mellencamp (opening CFD on 7-18)

Rock Birthdays: 'Whammer Jammer'-J. Geils Band (drummer Stephen Jo Bladd is 72)

'It's Alright Ma'-Roger McGuinn (also turning 72, covering the Bob Dylan song from 'Easy Rider')

Desserts: 'Road to Nowhere'-Talking Heads

'Ventura Highway'-America ('Happy Trails to You')