50 Years Ago Today The Who make their first appearance on Britain's Ready Steady Go! T-V show.

My Gawd!  The quality is horrible, but the Who's performance on Britain's TV Show "Ready Steady Go!" was merely a glimpse in to the future.  Check out Keith Moon's incredible drum skills at the age of 19!  "Anyway, Anyhow , Anywhere" remains one of my faves from the WHO.   Read more...

Can't decide which team to root for on Super Bowl Sunday?

You can base your decision on which team's logo makes a better pancake!? Thanks to artist Nathan Shields.  Click here for more. Read more...

Eddie Van Halen - 60 years old!

Simply put one of the very best!  The Van Halen guitarist redefined the sound and style of rock guitar. Read more...

NBA Looking in to Charges That Pistons' Head Coach Stan Van Gundy is Wearing "Deflated Pants"

Jaques Vaughn (Orlando Head Coach) figured it out Wednesday night following the Magic loss to the Pistons.  "IT" is Stan Van Gundy's pants.  "It's not the release of Josh Smith, it turns out he's wearing "Deflated Pants"!  It happened during a late time-out against San Antonio when SVG told the team to "Build a F***ing Wall". The team obliged and Stan deflated his trousers.  NBA Commissioner Adam Silver is reviewing the tape from the Detroit v San Antonio game.  Read more...

We Lost Wolfman Jack (Robert Smith) 20 Years Ago

When I heard tthe news it was like a punch in the gut. Wolfman Jack gone? His gravelly voice and wild antics, heard on high-powered stations from just south of the Mexican border, earned the American DJ a loyal following that included a young George Lucas, who later incorporated his radio patter into American Graffiti. That led to him becoming host of NBC's Midnight Special. He died of a heart attack July 1st, 1995 at 57. Read more...

Happy Birthday To Paul Stanley

Happy birthday to Paul Stanley of KISS. The singer-guitarist, who was born Stanley Eisen, turns 63 today (Tuesday). (Premier) Read more...

NFL Reportedly Investigating if Patriots Used "Deflated Balls" in AFC Championship Game

(FOX News) No sooner did the New England Patriots clinch a trip to the Super Bowl than fresh allegations of cheating emerged against the franchise late Sunday, this time involving deflated footballs. Read more...

BOB DYLAN'S: "SHADOWS IN THE NIGHT" New Album Out February 3rd.

Maybe I need to hear to hear the entire album.  I'm talking about Dylan's pending release of "Shadows In The Night" Read more...

GRATEFUL DEAD: Farewell to the Core Four

Bob Weir says the Grateful Dead's 50th anniversary reunion shows on July 3rd, 4th and 5th at Soldier Field in Chicago will mark the end for the band's "core four" -- Weir, Phil Lesh, Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart. He says, "These will be the last shows with the four of us together."

Weir adds that they thought of numerous ways to bring the Dead to an end. "We had to sort through a number of options. Were we going to do a festival-style event or go back to our classic mode of an evening with the band? We narrowed it down to: Let's just do it simple and clean."

Promoters were all over the band with offers. One had them staging in Indio, California, sight of Coachella; another was for $3 million to headline Bonnaroo. Chicago won out because not only was it where Jerry Garcia did his last shows with the band in 1995, but because it is centrally located. And as for it being held over the July 4th weekend, Jerry's daughter, Trixie, says, "This is an amazing American rock band being celebrated on America's birthday." (Premier)

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Well, Gimme Some Water! EDDIE MONEY Bio Musical Opens Tonight on Long Island

Built around his classic hits -- and seven songs written specifically for the show -- Money's journey from police officer to rock and roll powerhouse is certainly unique. So is the loyalty of his fans. Read more...
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