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Dan Barreiro grew up on 21 January, 1955 in Gary, Indiana, US, is a sports radio talk-show host on KFAN 100.3-FM. Find Dan Barreiro’s Bio details, How old?, How tall, Physical Stats, Romance/Affairs, Family and career upbeen in a relationship with?s. Know net worth is He in this year and how He do with money?? Know how He earned most of networth at the age of 65 years of age.
|Business||sports radio talk-show host on KFAN 100.3-FM|
|How old?||66 years of age.|
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|Birthplace||Gary, Indiana, US|
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Gerbschmidt is a fictional character. The voice of Carl Gerbschmidt has not been confirmed and Barreiro has never admitted he is fictional. Through 18 years he has never made a public appearance. Barreiro has mentioned on his show that he has frequently heard from listeners who believe ESPN football analyst Kevin Seifert, a frequent guest on the show, provides the voice of Gerbschmidt. Barreiro and Seifert attempted to put that rumor to rest by having Seiftert in studio talking to Gerbschmidt while he called in on the phone. According to Paul Lambert (Meatsauce) at the 2016 Minnesota State Fair, Carl Gerbschmidt is voiced by Chad Abbott, but Lambert has named over nine members of the KFAN staff as doing Carl’s voice. Gerbschmidt once drove to the Minnesota State Fair in his RV to prove his existence, but after not being able to find a parking spot for his large RV he decided to turn around and go home.
After a brief run on KLTK Barreiro returned to Sunday Sermons in 2010. He is no longer on KLTK unless it is as a fill in for one of their regulars.
He normally discusses professional football on the show, especially the Packers and the Minnesota Vikings. Gerbschmidt started a blog which can be read on Barreiro’s page on KFAN’s website but it has not been upbeen in a relationship with? since 2010. An Eau Claire, Wisconsin newspaper contained an article with Gerbschmidt as its featured subject and questioned his very existence. Gerbschmidt used to run an Ice Bowl exhibit and a Packers wax museum (now closed) at his house in Elk Mound. Gerbschmidt is married to Mrs. Gerbschmidt, who works in biophysics. The Gerbschmidts also have a daughter who played strong safety and punter. Gerbschmidt’s hobbies include drinking beer, clog dancing, Kool & the Gang memorobilia, and Star Trek. Gerbschmidt moved to the Milwaukee suburb of Oconomowoc where he worked for the Wisconsin DOT. Gerbschmidt lived in West Baraboo until 2012, but moved home to Elk Mound when he was promoted to Supervisor by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
He recently purchased Brett Favre’s truck on EBay, and possibly out-bid himself while doing so. However, after Favre signed with the Vikings on August 18, 2009, Gerbschmidt claimed that he lit the truck on fire. That was part of a memorable rant with Barreiro on the day Favre signed with the Vikings in which Barreiro allegedly called Gerbschmidt, who was at a bar in Chippewa Falls with his brother Randy after leaving work early the morning that the Favre news broke. Admittedly drunk, Gerbschmidt spent nearly 10 minutes fuming, and at times nearly crying, over Favre’s signing, saying he was sad “for the children of Wisconsin who worshiped him”, and saying Favre “best watch himself” when he comes back to Wisconsin.
The Sunday Sermons program ended April 6, 2008; the following Saturday, April 12, Barreiro began a new two-hour Saturday morning show (10 a.m. to noon) on KTLK-FM 100.3. Barreiro’s new show is “almost exclusively non-sports,” and is similar to the past Sunday morning show. Barreiro remains on KFAN weekday afternoons.
On November 8, 2007, rumors were surfacing in local Twin Cities newspapers regarding a potential move down the dial for Barreiro to AM 1500 KSTP. However, Barreiro had been in contract talks with Clear Channel regarding a long term extension at KFAN, and he did acknowledge the situation by stating “We’re letting the process play out, I’ll just leave it at that.” Barrerio’s offer from KSTP was finally matched by Clear Channel on November 28, and Dan decided to stay with KFAN for the long term.
In 2005, Barreiro also began airing a show called Sunday Sermons that airs Sunday mornings. Justin Gaard also does a Sunday show called “Cake Show”.
Dan Barreiro is a sports radio talk-show host on KFAN 100.3-FM in the twin cities of Minneapolis-St. Paul. Born in Gary, Indiana, Barreiro was a sports columnist at the Star Tribune for 17 years after previously working for the Dallas Morning News . Barreiro left the Star Tribune in March 2004.
He was introduced on KFAN in August 2001 under the guise that a tornado had blown over his property and left the remains of a damaged building situated in a manner that looked like the goal line formation of popular 1967 Ice Bowl between the Green Bay Packers and the Dallas Cowboys. Gerbschmidt was reportedly born as Starr crossed the goal line.
Dan is known as “The Big Ticket” on KFAN due to his high ratings. He is also known as “Hi-Fi” because he spends a large amount of his disposable income on stereo equipment. Producer of the show is Minnesota Golden Gophers football sideline reporter and Edina High School tennis star Justin Gaard. Barreiro began his career at KFAN in 1992 partnered on-air with Chad Hartman, who is the son of longtime Star Tribune columnist Sid Hartman. The duo was selected as the “Best Sports Talk Radio Hosts” in 2000 by local weekly City Pages. In 2001, the pair broke up, with Hartman hosting the show leading into Barreiro’s. Hartman was let go due to Clear Channel budget cuts in 2009. On his own, Barreiro earned the title “Best Sports Talk Radio Host” from City Pages in 2005 and 2006.