WBOB's flagship program, The Cafe, returns to the air Tuesday, October 13, following more than a one year absence. Originally aired on Providence's 990WALE, The Cafe is an entertainment combustion of audio enjoyment. Hosted by two-time Providence Phoenix Radio Personality of The Year nominee, Adam "Pal" Palazio welcomes a pair of new sidekicks, WBOB Senior Editor Kevin Aherne (Nuff Said, Cobblestone Press), and resident "WBOB sexpert," Mya Destinee (Under the Covers).
The show will air Tuesdays at 9:00 pm, and will touch on topics ranging from pop culture and current events to sports and sexual health.
"We've assembled an all-star cast for the relaunch of The Cafe," says Palazio. "Kevin, Mya, and myself are radio veterans who intend on keeping our audience entertained, and informed -- we will put on a show that features the guests and celebrities they want to hear from. We will keep their feet tapping, and fingers snapping."
In past episodes of The Cafe, Palazio has welcomed dozens of big named celebrities, musicians, and politicians such as Scott Wilson (Walking Dead), Billy Dee Williams (Star Wars), Phil Lamar (Family Guy), Jake The Snake Roberts (WWE), and many more.
Tuesday's episode will skip no beats, as the trio welcome Brooklyn-based rock group Le Rug, led by Ray Weiss, to discuss their wild ride through the music industry.
The Cafe also will tap into the sexual energy of Under The Covers' host Mya Destinee, who will share her sexy and fun takes on Halloween. Plus, WBOB Senior Editor Kevin will talk about how he pissed off a Rhode Island icon, the Dancing Cop, leading the group into a discussion of the 5 Most Iconic Cops of all time.
Be sure to tune into the premiere episode Tuesday, October 13 at 9:00 pm. The Cafe will be available on demand every Thursday morning.