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We take your imput on what you'd like to hear on Sunday mornings between 7 and 10 on 'Your Sunday Brunch.' Tell us next time you see us out with our sandwich boards or leave a comment under this story.

On this first weekend of June we'll honor the students starting Summer break, pay tribute to the Queen, hear music from bands with new releases coming out and we'll play tunes from some groups performing this week in our area.

Turn the page to look at this week's menu.

                                                                             'Your Sunday Brunch' Menu

                                                                                             June 3, 2012

Appetizers: 'How Far We've Come'-Matchbox 20

                            'My Old School'-Steely Day (songs for students starting Summer vacation)

Main Course: 'Strawberry Fields'-The Beatles

                              'Sweet Dreams (are made of these)'-Eurythmics 

(Annie Lennox, Paul McCartney and Elton John are scheduled to perform at the Queen of England's 60th Diamond Jubilee on Monday)

New Releases: 'Cult of Personality'-Living Color

(Vernon Reid and Jack Bruce's super group Spectrum Road's debut)

                               'Time Out'-Joe Walsh ('Analogue Man' comes out on Tuesday)

                                'Heard It On The X'-ZZ Top (4 song EP 'Texicali' released on June 5)

Concerts: 'If Today Was Your Last Day'-Nickelback (win tickets to the June 10 show at Pepsi Center)

                       'No Time'-Guess Who (at Hudson Gardens Events Center, Littleton, CO on June 3)

                      'Wrap It Up'-Fabulous Thunderbirds (Jimmie Vaughan plays at Greeley Blues Jam)

                       'Pinch Me'-Barenaked Ladies (opening for Big Head Todd at Red Rocks on June 9)

Salute to London Olympics: 'Substitute'-The Who

                                                                     'Out On The Tiles'-Led Zeppelin

                                                                      'Tired Of Waiting'-The Kinks

Dessert: 'Joy To The World'-Three Dog Night (written by Hoyt Axton)

                   ('Jeremiah was a bullfrog, was a good friend of mine')