It's a cold weekend, how about some hot rock and roll?

We're serving up a wide variety of music Sunday morning from 7 to 10 on 'Your Sunday Brunch.'

We'll be featuring a Christmas song from 1958 and we have brand new music from a band celebrating their 50th anniversary of performing.

There are lots of concerts this week to get you ready for, rock birthdays to acknowledge and we'll remember a couple losses last week in the world of music.'Your Sunday Brunch' Menu for December 9, 2012

Appetizer: 'Sunshine of Your Love'-Cream (for your first cup of coffee)

Holiday Songs: 'The Hannukah Song'-Adam Sandler (Sunday's the 1st day of Hannukah)

'Run Rudolph Run'-Chuck Berry (recorded in 1958)

In Memory of: 'Take Five'-Dave Brubeck Quartet (Brubeck died 12-5 at 91)

'Mr Skin'-Spirit (drummer Ed Cassidy passed away 12-6 at age 89)

Concerts: 'It's Not Over'-Daughtry (opening for 3 Doors Down 12-11)

'The Road I'm On'-3 Doors Down (playing Tuesday at 1st Bank Center)

'Walk On Water'-Eddie Money (part of a triple bill 12-14 at the Ogden Theatre)

'Frankenstein'-Edgar Winter Group (along with John Cafferty on Friday)

'New Speedway Boogie'-Grateful Dead (Bob Weir plays the Paramount Theatre 12-13)

Rock Birthdays: 'Three Marlenas'-The Wallflowers (Jakob Dylan turns 43)

'21 Guns'-Green Day (drummer Tre Cool born Frank Edwin Wright III 40 years ago)

'Buddy Holly'-Weezer (guitarist Brian Bell born in Iowa City, Iowa 44 years ago)

Dessert: 'Low Budget'-The Kinks (for all those surviving the holiday on a low budget)

'Doom and Gloom'-Rolling Stones (new song included on 'GRRR!' hits collection)

Please join me 7 until 10 on 'Your Sunday Brunch' for lots more surprises-Grateful Mike