Hollywood film star Louise Lorriane Buying 'Candy Floss' or Cotton Candy (Hulton Archive/Getty)

What's your favorite Cheyenne Frontier Days food?

We had some Mitchell's BBQ, now on Capitol Avenue right down the street from the radio station, delicious!
There are some tasty treats coming up on 'Your Sunday Brunch.' We'll get you ready for Thursday's, July 26, rock concert at Frontier Park and some classic bands announced tour plans last week.
                                                       'Your Sunday Brunch' Cheyenne Frontier Days Menu
                                                                                              July 22, 2012
Appetizers: 'Wild Horses'-Rolling Stones
                          'Gone Gone Gone (Done Moved On)'-Robert Plant and Allison Krause off 'Raising Sand'
Concerts: 'Kid is Hot Tonight'-Loverboy (Opening for Journey and Pat Benatar on Thursday, July 26)
                     "Treat Me Right'-Pat Benatar
                      'Send Her My Love'-Journey
Tours Announced: 'Going Mobile'-The Who (Bringing their 'Quadrophenia and More' Tour to the Pepsi Center 2-12-13)
                                        'Industrial Disease'-Dire Straits (on tour with Bob Dylan for 2 dates in Colorado)
                                        'Someday Baby'-Bob Dylan (at the 1st Bank Center in Broomfield 10-29 and 30)
New Release: 'Games Without Frontiers'-Peter Gabriel ('Secret World' released on DVD 7-24)
Main Course: 'Ride My See Saw'-Moody Blues  (Tell us what's your favorite carnival ride?)
                             'Ride Captain Ride'-Blues Image            
                             'Highway Star'-Deep Purple (for keyboardist Jon Lord who died 7-16)                
                             'Learn To Fly'-Pink Floyd (Champ Bailey rides with Thunderbirds 7-23)
                             'Fly By Night'-Rush
                             'Flying High Again'-Ozzy Osbourne
Cheyenne Frontier Days: 'Tramp'-Steve Miller Band (off their 'Bingo' album, with Sonny Charles)
                                                                                                            (Thanks Vic,they played CFD in 2006)
                                                    'Hang 'Em High'-Van Halen (from 'Diver Down')
                                                    'The Magnificent Seven'-The Clash
                                                     'Hoedown'-Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Birthdays: 'Ol' 55'-Eagles (drummer Don Henley turns 65)
                      'Dreamer'-Supertramp (Rick Davies 68th birthday)
Dessert: 'Train Kept A Rollin' (Live)'-Aerosmith (playing  8-1 at Pepsi Center)
                  'Ain't That A Shame'-Cheap Trick (opening Global Warming Tour)         
                  'Steady As She Goes'-Raconteurs (featuring Jack White)
Join me for 'Your Sunday Brunch' from seven until ten a.m.-Grateful