Song of the Day by Eric Berman
January 28, 2015 By Eric Berman
Song of the Day by Eric Berman – “Eli’s Comin’” by Maynard Ferguson He was considered one of the top “screech” trumpeters in Jazz, a style that was typified by a proclivity to spend an unfathomable amount of time playing in the upper registers of his instrument. But Maynard Ferguson was much more than just a screech trumpeter; he was also an educator and perhaps the most popular big band leader of the 1970s. While touring the concert halls of the world, he also took time out to perform hundreds of shows in high school and … [Read More...]
January 22, 2015 By Mark Meyers
I took advantage of some frequent flyer miles and a break in my schedule to head east to North Carolina and visit some hallowed hoops ground down on Tobacco Road. The UNC Tar Heels and Duke Blue Devils had back-to-back home basketball games … [Read More...]
Today in Rock History
January 28, 2015 By Mitch Michaels
1965, The Moody Blues were at No.1 on the singles chart with "Go Now!" 1965, The Who made their first appearance on UK TV show Ready Steady Go! To project the desired image, the hand-picked audience consisted only of teens dressed in the current Mod … [Read More...]
with Dave Rusch and Steve Leventhal ....Steve can only sit by helplessly as Packer Dave uses the radio show to crawl out of that deep dark pit of despair, by ranting and raving, following the Packer loss to Seattle in the NFC Championship game. Not withstanding the … [Read More...]
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Song of the Day by Eric Berman – “Eli’s Comin’” by Maynard Ferguson He was considered one of the top “screech” trumpeters in Jazz, a style that was … [Read More...]
1965, The Moody Blues were at No.1 on the singles chart with "Go Now!" 1965, The Who made their first appearance on UK TV show Ready Steady Go! To … [Read More...]
Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – “Kill Your Sons” by Lou Reed After the huge success of the Transformer album and its top-twenty single “Walk On … [Read More...]
1962, The Beatles appeared at Aintree Institute in Aintree, Liverpool. The group had played here many times before but this was their last performance … [Read More...]
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