The Dave Glover Show

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The Dave Glover Show has been driving St. Louis home for over 14 years. Unafraid to discuss virtually any topic, you'll hear Dave and crew's unique perspective on current events, news and politics, and anything and everything in between.

Time after time, you'll find yourself laughing your way through drivetime traffic, nodding your head in aggreement with Dave, Max, Mark , or Tony, and feeling like you finally have a crew you can relate to ready and waiting to start yet another gut-busting conversation at 3pm each day. 

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