Holiday Shows: 4th July Weekend

abc 3holidayKMAS will be airing the following shows over the Holiday weekend. Car Crazy, Red White & BBQ and Second Tour: Military Vets Making a Difference. The three shows will be broadcast (one hour each) at the following times: July 3, 6-9PM; July 4 9AM-Noon and again at noon-3PM & July 5, 7-10AM.





abc carcrazyFrom pickups to compacts, gas guzzlers to green vehicles, Americans love their cars. The average cost to own an auto is creeping higher, but there are still great deals to be had on models with top scores in safety, performance, and fuel-economy. Drivers are hitting the highway in record numbers, which means increased safety concerns, but we’ll tell you how to keep your family and vehicle out of harm’s way. Hosted by ABC’s Alex Stone, ABC News Radio's "Car Crazy: America’s Love Affair With Cars,” brings listeners the latest trends, tips and technology on everything auto.

abc rwbbqHeat up that grill, turn up those tunes, and bring on the barbecue! Throw the best barbecue of the summer with the help from our grilling gurus and foodie fanatics. You’ll hear about everything from meats, marinades, sides, and of course, desserts! Vegetarians, we got you covered too, so you can enjoy a full plate and a good time with family and friends. Hosted by ABC's Scott Goldberg, ABC News Radio's "Red White & BBQ," tells you everything you need to know to be the ultimate BBQ boss.

abc secondtourBob Nevins served in Vietnam as a medevac pilot for the 101st Airborne and was wounded in action in 1971. Today, he helps veterans struggling with PTSD heal through horses. Dale Beatty lost both legs in Operation Iraqi Freedom and today he retrofits homes for other injured vets. These are just two of out of the hundreds of stories about vets helping other vets and giving back to their community despite their own challenges. Hosted by ABC’s Aaron Katersky, ABC News Radio's "Second Tour: Military Vets Making a Difference," is a one-hour special telling stories of sacrifice, compassion and generosity among veterans of war. vJune 30, 2014/KMAS Radio