What is the name of your show? Mosh Pit Rodeo
Is there a story behind your on air name? DJ BDomz. I've never really had any nicknames that were more creative than pieces of my actual name. The first time I actually talked on air was my Freshman 1 term on your Weekly Dose of Rock. When the Doc asked me what to call myself, I said "just call me Dombrow". From then on, he called me BDomz.
What's your show about and when does it air? Sometimes, I think it's more one part music show, one part talk show. Between DJ Roboduck and I, we play a spectrum covering Country to Hard Rock and Metal, with a whole lot in between. With our personalities, though, we end up debating and arguing with each other on air most of the times when we take a break from the music. For awhile, I tried to minimize it and get back to the music as quickly as possible, but I've learned to embrace the bickering as part of the show. Fridays from 10 am to noon
How long has your show been on the air? Our show debuted in April 2012, and we're currently in our 5th B-section term on air.
What do you like to do in your spare time? I like games. Board games, card games, video games, you name it! Lately, I've been into a lot of Rooster Teeth web series, and I also love action adventure movies.
Tell us about a funny incident that happened during your show. Oh man. Our first term on air, we were pretty bad at everything. One time, I was doing the weather, and then the Duck and I had a bit of discussion about something or other, and we introed the next song and put it on. As I went to turn the mics off, I realized, to my horror, that I'd forgotten to turn them on! Oh, and let's not forget the time during a song block when DJ Roboduck managed to tip her chair over backward in the smallest confined space possible.
Have you gotten any strange requests during your show? There was one caller last fall term who called in a few times on the same show, and kept requesting songs with far too much profanity to play on air. We check these songs before we play them, people.
If you knew you were going to be stranded on a desert island and could choose only 10 songs, what would they be? I know I'd eventually figure out better choices, but:
1. Thnks Fr Th Mmrs - Fall Out Boy
2. New Perspective - Panic! At The Disco
3. Rocket Man - Elton John
4. Don't Stop Believin' - Journey
5. Bullets in the Gun - Toby Keith
6. El Cerrito Place - Kenny Chesney
7. American Pie - Don McLean
8. We Weren't Born To Follow - Bon Jovi
9. Shoot to Thrill - AC/DC
10. Piano Man - Billy Joel
What is one of your most memorable concert experiences? I was at the Downtown Hoedown in Detroit, maybe 5 or 6 years ago, when my shoe came untied. I sat down to tie it, and some random drunk guy came strode up and started showing me how to do it "right".
Tell us something about yourself that people might find surprising. Although my playlists nowadays tend to be more rock than country, I was almost all country before I came to Kettering. A lot of my current musical tastes, I acquired guest DJing on your Weekly Dose of Rock.
In the movie "WKUF: The Untold Story", who would you cast as yourself? Robin Williams