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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!
Netflix(NEW YORK) — It looks like we’re all still going to be self-isolating this time next month. The good news: Netflix has just given us something to look forward to. The streamer will will release the latest Jerry Seinfeld stand-up special on May 5, called Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours to Kill. The hour-long special was filmed at the historic…read more »
Disney(LOS ANGELES) — Josh Gad, Michael Buble, and other celebs are among the stars taking part in The Disney Family Singalong, a new hour-long special airing next week. The TV event, hosted by Ryan Seacrest, will feature celebrities and their families as they sing their favorite Disney songs from home. On-screen lyrics will be included so everyone…read more »
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the day U.K. newspaper The Daily Mirror announced that Paul McCartney had split with The Beatles, based on comments in a press release he’d issued promoting his forthcoming self-titled debut solo album. The press release took the form of a Q&A that included answers to several questions about his…read more »
Iggy Pop announces ‘The Bowie Years’ box set featuring remastered ‘The Idiot’ and ‘Lust for Life’ albums
UMeIggy Pop has announced a new box set documenting his collaborative period with David Bowie in the mid-to-late ’70s. The seven-disc collection, dubbed The Bowie Years, is due out May 29. It includes remastered versions of the Godfather of Punk’s 1977 solo albums The Idiot and Lust for Life — both of which were written and produced with Bowie — as well as the live album TV…read more »