Don’t ask this guy for a hug in front of his house. Everything you wanted to know about Barnes’ trip to France. Changing the sound of artificial intelligence. A very expensive balloon ride. What past musical performance do you wish you could have seen?
Bert Weiss from The Bert Show continues his week-long residency. A woman got her tonsils out and experienced a truly bizarre side effect. Barnes dishes on his trip to France, plus fun-facts about this prominent religious figure. A pop star gets asked for a hug and he’s forced to school his pesky fans. The sound of artificial intelligence now has some options. The most expensive balloon ride ever. If you could travel in time to any musical performance, who would you see? The gang relives the best private shows they've ever had the privilege to attend.
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Executive Producer: Steve Barnes
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Bert Weiss, host of the nationally syndicated radio show, 'The Bert Show', has been an influential figure in radio for many years. In 2001, Weiss joined Atlanta's Q100 and launched 'The Bert Show' after enjoying stints on air in San Diego, D.C. and Dallas. The Bert Show, a community driven show, has increased its listenership steadily to become a fixture atop morning ratings in the market. Weiss and his team are known for being outspoken for a cause and leaders in mobilizing listeners to make an impact. From their annual trip called Bert’s Big Adventure in which the morning show escorts children with chronic and terminal illnesses to Walt Disney World to annually collecting hand written letters of thanks for every U.S. service person deployed outside The United States during the holidays, The Bert Show continues to makes a difference. Bert himself has been recognized for both his outstanding career and philanthropy with awards such as the NBC 11 Alive Community Service Award, Best Morning DJ and the Top 100 Most Influential Atlantans. In recent years, the show has grown to include stations in Indianapolis, Nashville, Fort Wayne, Charleston and many others.