Former Black Crowes drummer Steve Gorman

For 27 years Steve Gorman was the driving force behind the most rock ‘n’ roll band in rock music The Black Crowes. They just happen to be Ken’s all... See More

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Former Black Crowes drummer Steve Gorman Former Black Crowes drummer Steve Gorman

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For 27 years Steve Gorman was the driving force behind the most rock ‘n’ roll band in rock music The Black Crowes. They just happen to be Ken’s all time favorite band. His book “Hard To Handle: The Life and Death of The Black Crowes, A Memoir” is out in paperback form May 26th. Steve and Ken talk about their love of music and sports. Find out how Steve missed out on betting a 50-1 long shot winner Mine That Bird in the 2009 Kentucky Derby, how he played in a band named after a Kentucky Derby & Belmont Stakes winner and, why in 1998 he felt like he might die one night onstage with The Black Crowes in Sacramento, Ca. His new band Trigger Hippy is waiting out the COVID-19 pandemic and looking to get back to rocking out on the road.

Plus, guest handicapper Barry Spears checks in with a sure shot betting selection in “Long Shot Longe”.

For 27 years Steve Gorman was the driving force behind the most rock ‘n’ roll band in rock music The Black Crowes. They just happen to be Ken’s all time favorite band. His book “Hard To Handle: The Life and Death of The Black Crowes, A Memoir” is out in paperback form May 26th. Steve and Ken talk about their love of music and sports. Find out how Steve missed out on betting a 50-1 long shot winner Mine That Bird in the 2009 Kentucky Derby, how he played in a band named after a Kentucky Derby & Belmont Stakes winner and, why in 1998 he felt like he might die one night onstage with The Black Crowes in Sacramento, Ca. His new band Trigger Hippy is waiting out the COVID-19 pandemic and looking to get back to rocking out on the road.

Plus, guest handicapper Barry Spears checks in with a sure shot betting selection in “Long Shot Longe”.

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Ken Rudulph

Ken Rudúlph is a television host and reporter for TVG, America’s horse racing network.  He is known around the world for successfully picking long shots at the horse racing track starting with 2005 Kentucky Derby winner Giacomo at 50-1 odds to win. Ken did it again by selecting  2019 Kentucky Derby winner Country House at 65-1 to win.

A veteran TV & Radio news anchor, host, and reporter, with expertise in sports, entertainment, and culture. He spent 8 years as the lead anchor of Good Day Sacramento, one of the most successful brands in morning television, and as the main morning news anchor for CBS 13 Sacramento. For 12 years, he was a lead anchor for TVG, the nation’s first interactive horse racing network. He was also one of the original cast members on Best Damn Sports Show Period for Fox Sports Net. A graduate of the Groundlings Theatre & School, Ken has appeared in more than two dozen TV series and films, including S.W.A.T., Bruce Almighty, The Onion News Network, and HBO’s True Blood. Ken is also a prolific musician and songwriter, recording and publishing more than 50 songs released under the name “Mama’s Gravy” and sold to film and TV productions. Ken currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife and son.