The Rocker Dude

Rocker Dude Saturdays 9am-2pm

The WGLX Road Show 9pm-Midnight 

Sundays 3pm-8pm

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!​

 

Kristen Stewart says the chance to bring the “gay Christmas rom-com” ‘Happiest Season’ to life was “so exciting”

Courtesy Sony Pictures(LOS ANGELES) — The Sony Pictures holiday romantic comedy Happiest Season is now streaming on Hulu. The film stars Kristen Stewart as Abby, who plans to propose to her girlfriend, Harper, played by Mackenzie Davis, during a trip home over the holidays. But things get complicated when Harper confesses she never came out to her conservative parents.  Stewart, who is…read more »

‘Stardust’ reveals the David Bowie none of us knew

IFC FilmsIt’s David Bowie as you’ve probably never seen him before: The biopic Stardust, which is out today on streaming rental, shows the legendary rocker’s origins, and follows his first U.S. tour in 1971, as well as his creation of his glam alter ego Ziggy Stardust. British musician Johnny Flynn plays Bowie in the movie,…read more »

Melissa Joan Hart says holiday films have a new importance: “This is the year we all need a happy ending”

“Dear Christmas” – Lifetime(LOS ANGELES) — For many people, 2020 has been a trying year.  For that reason, Melissa Joan Hart — a perennial staple in Christmas movies — says holiday flicks have found a new importance.  Speaking with E!’s Daily Pop on Tuesday, the Sabrina the Teenage Witch alum revealed why she completely endorses cheesy Christmas movies.  “I think this is the year we all need a happy ending,” Melissa…read more »