Have you ever tried surfing? We're going to give you a surfing sensation on 'Your Sunday Brunch' to get ready for a box set coming out this Tuesday.

Also listen to 101.9 KING FM between 7 and 10 a.m. for rock news, birthday celebrations, concert listings, an album side and all sorts of music you haven't heard in a long time. Here's a peek at what's coming up.

'Your Sunday Brunch' Menu for August 25, 2013

Appetizer: 'Going Up The Country'-Canned Heat (playing the Snowy Range Music Festival in Laramie on Friday, 8-30)

Rock News: 'Poor Poor Pitiful Me'-Linda Ronstadt (diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease)

'That Girl Could Sing'-Jackson Browne

New Releases: 'Alive'-Kenny Wayne Shepherd (a member of The Rides)

'Long Time Gone'-Crosby, Stills & Nash (Stephen Stills, Barry Goldberg and Shepherd's band, The Rides, release their debut album 'Can't Get Enough' on 8-27)

'Good Vibrations'-The Beach Boys ('Made in California' box set out 8-27)

'Wipeout'-The Surfaris (part of our surf tribute to The Beach Boys)

'Album Side Sunday'-'The Joshua Tree'-U2 (beginning at 8 a.m.)

'Brain Damage/Eclipse'-Pink Floyd (by request for Bones)

Musical Birthdays: 'God of Thunder'-KISS (Gene Simmons born Chaim Witz 64 years ago)

'Video Killed The Radio Star'-The Buggles (Geoff Downes turns 61, also with Yes and Asia)

'Watching The Detectives'-Elvis Costello (born Declan MacManus 59 years ago)

'Two Steps Behind'-Def Leppard (Vivian Campbell born in Belfast 51 years ago)

'Parental Guidance'-Judas Priest (lead singer Rob Halford turns 62)

Dessert: 'All Day and All of the Night'-The Kinks (Yummy!)

Thanks for waking up early to join me on 'Your Sunday Brunch' between 7 and 10 a.m.-Grateful Mike