On 'Your Sunday Brunch' we are paying tribute to a legendary bass player, Donald 'Duck' Dunn.

He died in his sleep last Sunday, May 13, while on tour in Tokyo with Steve Cropper and Eddie Floyd.

We also have some 'Sweet' rock for you and a 'surf band' from San Diego.

Van Halen postponed Summer gigs, but luckily not the Thursday, May 24, show at the Pepsi Center. Mick Jagger hosted 'SNL' so we'll play something from his new super group. There are some birthdays to celebrate over the weekend including ZZ Top's bass player, the 'Sheffield Soul Shouter' and you'll have to guess 'Who' else.

We'll even throw in some Beatles and another Apple Records band.

Take a look at what's on this week's menu:

                                                             'Your Sunday Brunch' Menu for May 20, 2012

Appetizers: 'Little Willy'-Sweet

                         'Meant To Live'-Switchfoot

New Music Releases: 'Everybody's Talkin''-Nilsson (theme to 'Midnight Cowboy')

                                            'School's Out'-Alice Cooper (1979 concert DVD out Tuesday)

                                            (Congratulations to all of the graduating classes of 2012)

Tribute to Donald 'Duck' Dunn: 'Soul Man'-Sam and Dave

                                                                'Mustang Sally'-Wilson Pickett

                                                                 'Green Onions'-Booker T. & The MG's

Main Coarse: 'Ice Cream Man'-Van Halen (they play the Pepsi Center May 24)

                             'No Matter What'-Def Leppard (covering a Badfinger song)

                            'Come and Get It'-Badfinger (covering a Paul McCartney song)

                            'Got To Get You Into My Life'-The Beatles

May 20th Birthdays: 'You Can Leave Your Hat On'-Joe Cocker (68)

Leftovers from May 19th: 'Baba O'Riley'-The Who (Pete Townshend-67)

                                                     'Waiting on the Bus/Jesus Just Left Chicago'-ZZ Top

                                                      (bassist Dusty Hill turned 63 on Saturday)

Dessert: 'Roll Over Beethoven'-Electric Light Orchestra (written by Chuck Berry)

                  'Nobody's Child'-Traveling Wilburys

Please join me from seven until ten for 'Your Sunday Brunch'-Grateful Mike