Are you ready for a musical ride on 'Your Sunday Brunch' between 7 and 10 on the morning of January 20th?

We have some selections to celebrate the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, rock birthdays, new music releases and a couple unusual concert pairings. We'll also remember two special ladies who passed away last week.'Your Sunday Brunch' Menu for January 20, 2013

Appetizers: 'If You Want To Get To Heaven'-Ozark Mountain Daredevils

'Take Me To The River'-Annie Lennox (off her 'Medusa' release)

Martin Luther King, Jr. Songs: 'Pride (In The Name of Love)' Live-U2

'Black and White'-Three Dog Night

'Abraham, Martin and John'-Dion (about 4 American assassinations)

Concert Combinations: 'Civil War'-Guns N' Roses (touring Australia)

'I'm Bad, I'm Nationwide'-ZZ Top (opening for G N' R down under)

'Fortunate Son'-Bob Seger (playing at the Pepsi Center 4-2)

'Only God Knows Why'-Kid Rock (joining Seger in MN and ND)

Lance Armstrong tunes: 'Bicycle Race'-Queen

'The Confessor'-Joe Walsh (title track to his 1985 album)

'A Change Would Do You Good'-Sheryl Crow (engaged to Lance in 2005)

New Releases 1-22: 'She's Got A Way'-Billy Joel ('Love Songs' compilation)

'Pinball Wizard'-Elton John ('Rock of the Westies' 1975 remastered)

Rock Birthdays: 'Hard Luck Woman'-KISS (Paul Stanley born Stanley Eisen in 1952)

'Crazy Love'-Poco (drummer George Grantham turns 66)

'What I've Done'-Linkin Park (drummer Rob Bourdon is 34)

For Elizabeth Tolerton: 'Come Dancing'-The Kinks

'Dance, Dance, Dance'-Steve Miller Band

'Dear Abby'-John Prine (Pauline Phillips died 1-16 at 94, as Abigail Van Buran she started her advice column in 1956)

Dessert: 'The House is Rockin''-Stevie Ray Vaughan

'Can't You Hear Me Knocking'-Rolling Stones

Thanks for listening to 'Your Sunday Brunch,' if you have any music suggestions, leave them below-Grateful Mike