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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!
Credit: Ross HalfinMetallica has announced a second round of COVID-19 relief grants through the band’s All Within My Hands charity foundation. The metal legends will give a total of $295,000 across five organizations: Feeding America, Direct Relief, Crew Nation, the Bartender Emergency Assistance Program through the USBG National Charity Foundation, and MusiCares. Metallica previously donated…read more »
Taylor Hill/FilmMagic(LOS ANGELES) — ABC has committed to the pilot production for The Wonder Years, with award-winning filmmaker Lee Daniels as executive producer. The new half-hour comedy series will explore the perspective of a Black middle-class family in Montgomery, Alabama in the turbulent late 1960s, the same era as the original series, set between 1968 and 1973. The…read more »
Obscured Pictures(LOS ANGELES) — Character actor Steven Ogg is well known for playing not-so-nice guys in TV shows like The Walking Dead, in which he played Negan’s one-time right hand man, Simon, or in the blockbuster video game Grand Theft Auto V, where he voices the gangster Trevor Philips. In the new independent film The Short History of the Long…read more »
Watch Peter Frampton, Dave Stewart, Peter Jackson and more stars deliver birthday wishes to Ringo Starr
Credit: Scott Robert RitchieRingo Starr celebrated his 80th birthday on Tuesday by hosting a star-studded special called Ringo’s Big Birthday Show that aired on his YouTube channel and the AXS TV network. In addition to the show, a variety of Starr’s celebrity friends and musical collaborators sent the former Beatles drummer birthday wishes via video…read more »