Yee Haw! Are you ready to head 'em up and move 'em out?

The annual cattle drive to usher in Cheyenne Frontier Days starts about 7:45 a.m., July 15, so we'll play some music to watch it by on 'Your Sunday Brunch.'

We also have some songs to honor the Summer heat, rock birthdays and concerts this week.

Check out the menu for 'Your Sunday Brunch.'

                                                          'Your Sunday Brunch' Menu for July 15, 2012

Appetizers: 'In The Flesh'-Pink Floyd (Roger Waters' 'The Wall Live' tour2012 highest concert gross)

                         'Radio Nowhere'-Bruce Springsteen (2nd highest grossing tour this year)

Main Course: 'Summer In The City'-Styx (covering the Lovin' Spoonful song)

                            'Hot Fun In The Summertime'-Sly and the Family Stone

                             'Ice Cream Man'-Van Halen (July 15th is Ice Cream Day)

                             'Sunshine'-Aerosmith (off 'Just Push Play' album)

                              'Hot Child In The City'-Nick Gilder

                                'Hot In The City'-Billy Idol

Cattle Drive Songs: 'Wild Horses'-Flying Burrito Brothers (Rolling Stones' song)

                                         'Far Away Eyes'-Rolling Stones

                                          'Rawhide'-Riders in the Sky

                                          'Ghost Riders in the Sky'-The Outlaws

Concerts: 'Song For America'-Kansas (at Hudson Gardens Events Center 7/15)

                     'Old Days'-Chicago (at Red Rocks on July 17 with Doobies)

                      'Another Park, Another Sunday'-Doobie Brothers

Birthdays: 'Poor, Poor Pitiful Me'-Linda Ronstadt (born in Tucsan, AZ 66 years ago)

                       'Tuesday's Gone'-Lynyrd Skynyrd (drummer Artimus Pyle turns 64)

                         'Blitzkrieg Bop'-The Ramones (last surviving member Marky is 56)

                         'Summer Song'-Joe Satriani (Chickenfoot guitarist is also 56)

Dessert: 'Back in the Saddle'-Aerosmith (Steven Tylers quits 'American Idol')

                  'Hot Rod Lincoln'-Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen

                   'Uneasy Rider'-Charlie Daniels Band

Join me seven until ten for 'Your Sunday Brunch,' it's worth waking up for.-Grateful Mike