Rover's Morning Glory – abbreviated RMG – is a syndicated hot-talk/comedy radio show airing weekday mornings on Cleveland rock station WMMS (100.7 FM). Hosted by radio personality Rover (Shane French), the show first began at cross-town rival WXTM (92.3 FM) in 2003, quickly becoming one of the top-rated shows in the Cleveland radio market. The show briefly moved to Chicago in 2006 to serve as a regional replacement for The Howard Stern Show, mostly in Midwestern markets, following Stern's move to Sirius Satellite Radio.
Since the move to WMMS in 2008, the show has been syndicated via Clear Channel Communications. Rover's Morning Glory is contracted to air on WMMS through 2017.
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“Towards him they bend
With awful reverence prone; and as a God
Extoll him equal to the highest in Heavn:
Nor faild they to express how much they praisd,
That for the general safety he despisd
His own: for neither do the Spirits damnd
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Thir specious deeds on earth, which glory excites,
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