Blackhawks Active Towes, Sharp from IR

The Chicago Blackhawks have activated forwards Jonathan Toews and Patrick Sharp from Injured Reserve. Toews, 23, shares second in the NHL with 27 goals, and ranks second on the Blackhawks with 50 points (27G, 23A) in 49 games this season. The Winnipeg, Manitoba, native was honored as a National League All-Star this year for the […]

Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – “I Turned You On” by The Isley Brothers

From gossamer to “grit-tay”…yesterday I featured a track by the smooth soul group, The Delfonics…today we’re going gritty with this funky 1969 track by The Isley Brothers. They were one of the longest running R’n’B groups of all time forming in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1959 and recording and touring together in some form through 2010. […]

Vinyl Schminyl Radio Classic Deep Cut 1-31-12

The Doctors are in the house today with a classic by them. Click the pic to play! The history of the Spin Doctors can be traced back to the late 1980s in New York City, originally as a band called Trucking Company, which included Canadian guitarist Eric Schenkman, John Popper, and later Chris Barron, who […]


This Week on 3D RadioActivity

Angels, in a variety of religions, are regarded as spiritual beings. They are often depicted as messengers of God in the Hebrew and Christian Bibles and the Quran.  Other roles of angels include protecting and guiding human beings, and carrying out God’s tasks.  One author claimed that 10% of all popular songs from the 50’s […]

Matthew Broderick Reprises Ferris Bueller for Super Bowl

Here it is. The commercial people have been talking about all weekend. Actor Broderick spoofs his own “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” in the ad for Honda that will appear in the Super Bowl.  The extended version has a ton of references to scenes from the movie.  Enjoy!

Vinyl Schminyl Radio Mystery Tune

Every once in a while we play a song with no clues or identification other than the fact that we call it a Mystery Tune.  This is our 19th one and it’s a great one. Please click the pic to listen.


Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – “Somebody Loves You” by The Delfonics

Before there was TSOP (The Sound Of Philadelphia) there was Philly Groove and the deep soul sound of The Delfonics featuring the songwriting of legendary producer Thom Bell and the group’s lead singer William Hart. The Delfonics classic blend of Hart’s soulful falsetto floating above a bed of gossamer harmonies courtesy of Wilbert Hart and […]

Vinyl Schminyl Radio Hour 1-29-12

The best Classic Rock on “The Rock”- One hour of some pretty cool stuff today.  One of our best.  Please click the logo to play.


Song of the Day by Eric Berman – “Little Cloud” by The Incredible String Band

Albums didn’t come more psychedelic than the third offering from The Incredible String Band from 1967 called “The 5000 Spirits or the Layers of the Onion.” Robin Williamson and Mike Heron offered their special blend of acoustic guitars, madrigal inspired songs and sitar layered music to create a brew that was of another time and […]

Weekend Sports Report – 1/28/12

with Les Grobstein, Steve Leventhal, and Alison Moran Don Guzan from the D-Plantman show joins us for the last ever (for now) show on WKRS.  He’s filling in for Packer Dave, who still in hiding two weeks after the Green Bay loss in the playoffs.  We have a discussion of the White Sox, on the […]

Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – “On The Road To Find Out” by Cat Stevens

“Tea For The Tillerman” is one of the greatest albums ever made. Hands down…no arguments! It’s been a part of my life since it came out in 1971 and I just revisited it tonight for the first time in a while and it still speaks to me. From 1970’s “Mona Bone Jakon” album through 1976’s […]

Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – “The OtherSide” by The Roots feat. Bilal Oliver and Greg Porn

They are much more than just the house band for “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” on TV every night. The Roots crew from Philadelphia was formed by vocalist Tariq “Black Thought” Trotter and drummer Ahmire “Questlove” Thompson in 1987. For over 25 years they’ve been providing their own brand of soul-infused jazz and hip-hop to […]

Vinyl Schminyl Radio Classic “Car Tune” 1-27-12

It’s a great one from Aretha Franklin..Please check out her and some sax by the late Clarence Clemons on this one. Click the album cover to play. Aretha Louise Franklin (born March 25, 1942) is an American singer, songwriter, and pianist. Although known for her soul recordings and referred to as The Queen of Soul, […]


Time Warp Song of the Day: The Who (as The High Numbers) – I’m the Face

The High Numbers was a name The Who used for five months in 1964. The was a single issued on the Fontana label. The B-side to “Zoot Suit.” Click to hear

Dorf On Sports – 1/25/12

with Andy Dorf and Fred Wallin The Dorfman and Fred talk about tennis and the Australian Open. Then they move into the matchup for Super Bowl XLVI and spent the rest  of the show talking about it. They take calls from listeners as well. To be part of the show listen online at Wednesday […]