Chris Carter and America's longest-running Sunday morning Beatles show roared back to the radio this morning and into the afternoon, as its found a new home just in time for us to have some car radio listening to get the Love soundtrack out of our heads.
Breakfast with The Beatles is back as expected after being kicked off the crappy talk radio station that replaced Howard Stern with the moronic lummox Adam Carolla and his nails-on-a-blackboard team of dullards back in August. As we reported exclusively back then, talks were immediately underway to get the show onto the classic rock station KLOS (95.5), where it made its way today and where it's a better fit than the paid informercials and cynical sexist "talk" shows that fill the rest of that talk station schedule.
Carter was surely enthused as he came back with a six-hour marathon that included Love (which, sorry, doesn't stand alone apart from the Las Vegas dance spectacle) but also an ass-kicking set that included Rock and Roll Music-Bad Boy-Long Tall Sally/Roll Over Beethoven set and right about now a salute to george, who died five years ago this Wednesday in the house of Love-- a Beverly Hills mansion once owned by Courtney Love. The show moves into its new regular slot-- 9 a.m. to noon-- next Sunday.