To celebrate a decade of marriage this Valentine’s Day, provocative radio personality Erich “Mancow” Muller and wife Sandy Ferrando are renewing their vows live
Provocative Radio Personality Erich “Mancow” Muller Renews Wedding Vows On Air
(Chicago, Ill.)–Feb. 11, 2013–To celebrate a decade of marriage this Valentine’s Day, provocative radio personality Erich “Mancow” Muller and wife Sandy Ferrando are renewing their vows live on his popular morning show The Mancow Radio Experience–a nationally syndicated program that airs weekdays from 5 a.m. – 8 a.m. (CST) via Talk Radio Network. Muller, who is widely known for his politically incorrect topics, welcomes his friends, family and loyal fan base to the event which will take place at 6 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 14 at his studio inside Fox Studios located at 205 N Michigan Ave. in downtown Chicago. Sharing this personal and intimate moment with friends, family and fans is Mancow’s way of showing his appreciation of their loyalty and dedication throughout his tumultuous career. There will also be a live music video taping for the renowned rock band out of New Orleans, Cowboy Mouth.
“Renewing our vows on our 10-year anniversary is something we’ve looked forward to for a long time,” said Muller. “I thought what better way to celebrate this personal moment than with family, friends and my dedicated fans who I owe much of my success to.”
Special guests in attendance range from local radio personality Aly Bockler to politician Scott Lee Cohen. Various local Chicago businesses are also contributing to the event.
The event is free and all media and general public are welcome to attend. To be part of the audience, sign up at www.mancowevents.com
About Erich “Mancow” Muller
Erich “Mancow” Muller is a United States radio and television personality. He is best known as the host of The Mancow Radio Experience, a Chicago-based radio show that is syndicated across the U.S. to fifty markets. He is perennially listed in the top ten of most influential radio personalities in the nation. His career in radio began on the morning show, Holy Moly & Maxx, for station KMOK in Kansas City. In 1993, Mancow made national headlines while working for radio station KYLD-FM in California. At the time, former President Clinton had tied up traffic on an LAX runway for over an hour because of a haircut on Air Force One. Mancow staged a parody of this incident on the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge during rush hour. He used vans to block the westbound lanes of the bridge while his sidekick got a haircut. After leaving California, Muller came to Chicago, where he created his now-famous radio show in 1994. Currently, he is heard from 5:30-9am (CST) in fifty nationwide radio markets. The show is broadcast from the legendary WLS 89 in downtown Chicago, directly across the famous State Street from the iconic Chicago Theatre, and is syndicated by Talk Radio Network, the industry leader in providing independent radio talent. For more information visit www.mancow.com.