Mike O’Brian, Carla Rea: Remembering Queen Elizabeth
Late yesterday morning, Queen Elizabeth had passes away surrounded by her family at the age of 96. She had been the Queen of England for over 70 years and The Mike & Carla Morning Show wanted to remember her in their own initiable style. Featuring a montage of public announcements beginning with her as a young girl in 1940.
She also made this radio address during the blitz, as the Royal Family stayed in London despite nightly bombing raids by the Nazis. Then in 2020, her comments to England, and the world, about fighting coronavirus. (Notice in both she says “every one of us”.)
Carla Rea also tracked down a list of the Queen’s favorite songs that The M&C Morning Show actually played this morning…a bit outdate for the show, but thought it would be a nice tribute. Also aired comments from, of all people, Snoop Dogg who turned out to be a huge fan of the Queen. Although others in the country were trying to get Snoop thrown out of England, he says that only one person stood up for him…The Queen!
One young man called in from Henderson this morning talking about his connection to the Royal Family and how some of his family members actually had tea with The Queen! Truly a sad day for our friends across the pond as well for all those around the world.
It was quite the tribute this morning, including a clip from The Beatles that one fan brought up as The Fab Four played for The Queen, that at the time, was a risky statement made by John Lennon during the performance. But known for having a great sense of humor and a huge fan of the boys from Liverpool, she had to laugh with everyone else.
All that and more as The M&C Morning Show remember Queen Elizabeth, passing away at the age of 96!
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