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The Good Morning Guys Bring Back The Habajeeba Show to the UCCC Stage

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Former K99 radio hosts and entertainers, The Good Morning Guys, return to Greeley’s Union Colony Civic Center (UCCC) stage with their popular Habajeeba show, featuring a night of comedy and country music, at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 28 at 651 10th Ave.

The award-winning team, including Brian Gary, Todd Harding, and Susan Moore, invite long-time fans and country music enthusiasts to a night of improv, games, standup comedy, and performances from Northern Colorado country band, Bob Purcell and the Outriders, and Nashville-based singer-songwriter, George Birge.

Northern Colorado Radio Legends
For more than 30 years, The Guys joined early risers, commuters, and country music fans from 5 to 10 a.m. every weekday on 99.1 FM. Back in 1988, when the show began with Gary and Harding, K99 was QUAD99, “the power station,” providing listeners with rock and Top 40 hits.

After a decade on-air, Gary and Harding welcomed Moore as a co-host, and in 2017, the Country Radio Hall of Fame inducted the trio. After more than 8,000 shows during their 30-year run, The Good Morning Guys said goodbye, ending the show in 2019.

From Country Songwriter to TikTok SensationFor years, Birge cultivated his songwriting experience, penning music for artists like neo-traditionalist Clay Walker and country rapper Colt Ford. He recently experienced viral success on the platform TikTok, after taking the phrase “Beer Beer, Truck Truck,” and writing a country anthem about missing the one you love and wooing them to come back. Two weeks after posting the song, it received nearly three million views.

Now signed to the label RECORDS Nashville, Birge is gearing up to release his debut EP. To learn more, visit georgebirge.com.

The King of Colorado CountryPurcell is a well-known figure in the Northern Colorado music scene, playing venues like the Cow Palace in Fort Collins and events such as the Greeley Stampede for more than 30 years. Purcell returns once again as part of the Habajeeba show lineup, bringing his unique sound and beloved country hits to the UCCC stage.

2022 Sponsors
The Union Colony Civic Center staff is deeply grateful to the Spring 2022 sponsors, whose generous support allows the UCCC to continue in its mission of providing the community with world-class entertainment. The Spring 2022 Semester Sponsors include:

  • McDonald Toyota
  • Double Tree Greeley at Lincoln Park
  • Pioneer Press
  • UCHealth,
  • Banner Health
  • Women's Clinic of Northern Colorado
  • Orthopedic and Spine Center of the Rockies

To become a sponsor, please contact Celeste McCorvey at celeste.mccorvey@greeleygov.com or 970-350-9878.

The UCCC, 701 10th Ave., is Northern Colorado's premier performing arts venue, owned and operated by the City of Greeley. With more than 100 events held per year, the UCCC offers various Broadway musicals, concerts, comedy shows, and many local dance and school performances. Additional Spring 2022 performances and the Fall 2022 lineup will be announced in the coming months.


Visit ucstars.com for more information and to purchase tickets. Connect with the UCCC at facebook.com/UnionColonyCivicCenter.

Release Date:
Jan 19, 2022

For more information, media representatives should contact:
Jason Evenson, manager of cultural affairs
970-350-9482
jason.evenson@greeleygov.com

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