Kick-off the summer the right way with three songs in a row from your favorite artists.

Summer is finally here and we are ready to celebrate! Join us all weekend long for our Memorial Day Weekend 'Three Day Three Way' presented by our friends at Ruggero's and Vic's Pit Stop on Corunna Road. Starting on Friday, May 28th at 3 pm, get ready to hear blocks of songs from your favorite artists. Each hour we will hook you up with three songs in a row from your favorite artists like Foo Fighters, AC/DC, Stone Temple Pilots, Linkin Park, Metallica, and more!

Don't worry if you are heading out of town this weekend, we have got you covered there too! Just download the Banana 101.5 app and listen to us anywhere you go! The app is free in your app store so download it now before you hit the road.

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You can also hang with us all weekend right from home. Tune in from the basement, the backyard, the garage, or anywhere in your home through the Alexa platform. If you are near one of your Alexa devices, just tell her to turn us on and turn us up!

No matter what you do this weekend, I hope you have a blast! This is the best time of the year if you ask me. I have so many plans and trips to make this summer with my family. We're going to hit the road several times and also check out as many campgrounds as possible. With everything starting to open back up again in Michigan, this summer is going to be amazing!

Have a great weekend! Cheers!

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