Your mornings are going to be filled with Chaos! Chris Chaos, Ashley, and Dr. Dave will ROCK you with a little Morning Chaos every weekday morning from 5:00 A.M. – 10:00 A.M..
Nuts If Ya Listen, Nuts If Ya Don’t!
Chris Chaos is a little unruly!
He works it fast to slow, in and out and all around… and that’s just the first ten minutes of his Morning Chaos Show. He can go all day (and all night 😉).
Hold on to your coffee because Chaos is going to take you on a trip each morning. He rides an energetic edge of raunchy humor, a little sexy banter and let’s fly some crazy behind-the-scenes stories of your favorite rock bands and pop culture icons.
Chris Chaos is a bit bad boy who isn’t afraid to dip into his dorky side. Even with his rock exterior, Chaos cares. He fights for the underdog and is a charitable figure in every community he shows up in.
Right now, you need to know CHAOS CAN ROCK!
Join the ride. Rules optional.
Sound checks 5-6am
Best Of Sat 6-10am
Terms of endearment frequently used by the Morning Chaos Show Key:
45 = POTUS
X1 = First wife
X2 = X2 or Satan’s Mistress
Version 1.0 = Son 1
Version 2.0 = Son 2
Version 3.0 = Son 3
Version 4.0 = Son 4
Version 1.1 = Sons Fiancee/Wife
GTS = Google That *Stuff
DSL’s = Delicious, Sultry Lips
Hank & The Twins = His junk
Barnes & Noble = Hers
Round A bout Willy = Change of Direction
One, Two, Buckle My Shoe = Doing the Naughty, Naughty
Styked = Stoked & Syked
Sneak Out = A Louder Form of Silent But Deadly
Anal Anxiety = Pooping
10 Questions with Dr. Dave:
- If I could turn any activity into an Olympic sport, the event I would have a good chance of winning a medal for would be for?
Newspaper speed reading on the toilet
- Whats the best single day on the calendar?
Christmas Eve. It’s great to see everyone in such wild anticipation for ultimate disappointment.
- What age do you want to live to?
I’m already 2 weeks beyond my FDA expiration date.
- What songs do I have completely memorized?
Every TV commercial jingle from the 60’s through the 80’s.
- If I asked you at age 5 what you wanted to be when you grew up, what would you say?
A toss up between a bank robber or utility infielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates.
- If you were given a choice of your manner of death, what would it be?
Holding Kate Winslet’s hand in freezing water while the strains of Celine Dion reminded me that “My heart will go on.”
- Name one song they will play at your funeral.
Celebration by Kool and the Gang.
- Describe your first kiss.
Boy was I nervous. I was all by myself.
- What is something I think everyone should do in their lives?
Parasailing with someone over 80. You’ll be surprised how calm you’ll be when the person next to you doesn’t give a sh–t if their harness lets go.
- If I could have any animal as a pet, what would it be and why?
A big colorful Parrot so I could finally top off all the pirate ensembles in my closet.
Dave McClung first started on WCLG in 1989 as a part time reporter while attending graduate school at West Virginia University. He became News Director in 1991 and during his tenure here has worked on three morning shows, now as part of a three team Morning Chaos Radio Show with Chris Chaos, 6-10 am. During his two decade plus career, Dave has covered some of the biggest news stories affecting the area and has interviewed a diverse range of celebrities ranging from musicians like David Lee Roth and Randy Newman to actors Vin Diesel and Natalie Portman and politicians including Dick Cheney and former President Bill Clinton. His broadcast news and sports stories have also appeared on ABC Radio, CBS, NPR and in print in the Washington Post. He is also the host of the WCLG college football pregame show, Countdown to Kickoff. Dave is a lifelong resident of West Virginia and is a veteran of the United States Navy.
5 Questions with Ashley:
- Where are you from originally?
Born and raised in North Central Dub V, but I can’t tell you where, because it isn’t on a map…I’m from a place without a name…wait, is that a country song?
- What was the best concert you ever went to?
Tool in Pittsburgh when they were touring around Lateralus, the stage theatrics were amaze balls!
- Name your most memorable experience as a DJ.
The first time someone asked me for my autograph…obviously no one told him I’m not that cool.
- What artist(s) have influenced you the most when you were young?
Maynard James Keenan has always been an influence, because he is brilliant! I love intelligent people!
- At what point in your life did you know that you wanted to be a DJ?
When I was about 7 years old I figured out how to record radio on cassette tape (remember those?) and I would turn down the DJ and use my little mic to put my voice in place of the DJ. I have been hooked ever since!
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