Hungry for some sweet rock and roll?

We have some coming up on 'Your Sunday Brunch' on this last weekend of July.

It's an 'Album Side Sunday' featuring the band created by Tom Scholz, we'll mark the end of Cheyenne Frontier Days, get you ready for another great week of concerts and celebrate some rock birthdays.

                                                     'Your Sunday Brunch' Menu for July 29, 2012

Appetizers: 'The End'-The Doors (Cheyenne Frontier Days' final day)

                         'It All Over Now'-Rolling Stones (written by Bobby Womack)

                          'End of the Line'-Traveling Wilburys

Music News: 'Dance Dance Dance'-Steve Miller Band

                          'Dance With Me'-Orleans (founding member Larry Hoppen died 7-24)

Concerts Part One: 'Save Me'-Shinedown (Playing Casper Events Center 7-31)

                                         'Pink'-Aerosmith (at the Pepsi Center on 8-1, win tix at kingfm.com)

                                          'Don't Be Cruel'-Cheap Trick (opening for Aerosmith Wednesday)

'Album Side Sunday': 'Boston'-Boston's debut album from 1976-Side One

London Olympics: 'While My Guitar Gently Weeps'-The Beatles (featuring Eric Clapton)

                                        'How Many More Times'-Led Zeppelin

                                        'The Real Me'-The Who (performing 'Quadrophenia' 2-12-13 at Pepsi Ctr)

Concerts Part Two: 'Fire On The Mountain'-Marshall Tucker Band (at Beartrap Festival 8-4)

                                         'My My Hey Hey'-Neil Young & Crazy Horse (Red Rocks 8-5 + 6)

                                         'Cisco Kid'-War (headline Fridayfest in Sturgis 8-3)

Rock Birthdays: 'Don't Let Him Go'-REO Speedwagon (keyboardist Neal Doughty is 66)

                                  'One Step Up'-Bruce Springsteen (his wife Patti Scialfa's birthday)

                                   'The Pass'-Rush (singer & bassist Geddy Lee turns 59)

Dessert: 'I Just Want To Celebrate'-Rare Earth (one of Motown's only white acts)

Please join me between seven and ten a.m. for 'Your Sunday Brunch'-Grateful Mike