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I grew up with rock and roll in my veins. I can remember seeing the Stones performing on the Ed Sullivan Show and finally seeing them without imagining who played what in the band ( I went on to see the Stones perform so many times after that including their last tour in Chicago) Rockin’ out to Zeppelin II after dropping my paper route money I saved to buy it. Or hearing my cousin BLASTING CCR’s Cosmo’s Factory out his bedroom window and just being blown away by it. There are so many other events and times we can all share that music played in our lives and I am glad I get to do that weekends and on the WGLX Road Show for you my Rock and Roll friends! More great tunage and memories still to come and I thank you for Rocking to Classic Rock 103.3 WGLX!
Peter Frampton to be honored for his advocacy work for the rare-disease community; debuts new live video
Credit: Austin LordPeter Frampton has been chosen as one of the National Organization for Rare Disorders’ 2020 Rare Impact Award honorees. The awards salute individuals and organizations for outstanding work supporting the rare disease community. The legendary guitarist, who revealed last year that he’d been diagnosed with a rare degenerative muscular disease called inclusion body…read more »
Reprise/Warner RecordsGreen Day’s new album Father of All… has debuted at number one on the on the U.K.’s Official Album Chart. That gives the punk trio their fourth number-one record across the pond, following American Idiot, 21st Century Breakdown and 2016’s Revolution Radio. In the U.S., Father of All… is on pace for a top-10…read more »
Courtesy of Bruce SpringsteenBruce Springsteen has no shortage of his own songs to choose from when he plays live, but The Boss also likes to cover tunes by other artists he admires in his concerts. A new archival live compilation gathering together 15 interesting covers Springsteen played with The E Street Band over the years…read more »
Credit: Paul BrownKickstart your Valentine’s Day with Mötley Crüe. The ’80s metallers have premiered a new lyric video for their 1989 classic, “Kickstart My Heart.” The fresh clip, which you can watch now on YouTube, features footage from the Crüe’s 2014-2015 “final” tour. Of course, we now know the “Dr. Feelgood” rockers weren’t calling it…read more »