Mmmm....do you love waffles?

This is National Waffle Week so grab your syrup and get to ironing some waffles!

It's also a Labor Day weekend, so on 'Your Sunday Brunch' from 7-10 a.m. we'll be playing some working songs, getting ready for some of the great shows in the area and celebrating Friday's Blue Moon.                   

 

     'Your Sunday Brunch' Menu for September 2, 2012

Appetizers: 'Workin''-Lynyrd Skynyrd

                        'Working in a Coal Mine'-Lee Dorsey

Richest Rock Drummers: 'Come Together'-The Beatles (Ringo Starr)

                                                    'I Can't Dance'-Genesis (Phil Collins)

                                                      'Sunset Grill'-Don Henley (Eagle's drummer)

                                                      'DOA'-Foo Fighters (Dave Grohl)

Other Great Rock Drummers: 'Four Sticks'-Led Zeppelin (John Bonham)

                                                              'Working On A Dream'-Bruce Springsteen (Max Wienberg)

                                                              'Devils Got a New Disguise'-Aerosmth (Joey Kramer)

                                                               'One Tree Hill'-U2 (Larry Mullen, Jr.)

                                                                'The Last Time'-Rolling Stones (Charlie Watts)

Concerts: 'Never Been Any Reason'-Head East (playing at 'A Taste of Colorado' at 1 p.m.)

                     'Fire'-The Pointer Sisters (at Denver's Civic Center Park at 7:30 p.m.)

                     'Workin' For a Living'-Huey Lewis & The News (Snowy Range Music Festival 9-2)

                     'Chuck E's in Love'-Rickie Lee Jones (playing Chautaqua Auditorium, Boulder 9-3)

Blue Moon on Friday: 'Blue Moon'-The Marcels

                                              'Blue Sky Mine'-Midnight Oil

                                              'Blue Tip'-The Cars (off 'Move Like This' 2011)

Labor Day Songs: 'Working Class Hero'-Green Day (covering John Lennon)

                                     'Whippin' Post'-Allman Brothers Band

                                     'Get a Haircut (and get a real job)'-George Thorogood

Dessert: 'Crimson & Clover'-Joan Jett & The Black Hearts