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with Packer Dave, Steve Leventhal, and John Poulter On the Sports Report this week, Dave and Steve discuss the hiring of a new Green Bay Packers coach, and the surprising end of the Chicago Bears season. Plus, we preview the NFC and AFC Divisional games this weekend. In the second segment, John joins us to […]
The Chicago Bears fell to the Philadelphia Eagles in the 2019 Wild Card that will be remembered in infamy. Mitch Trubisky took over for the Bears’ offense at his own 42 with a chance to extend the Bears’ season and further silence his critics. His counterpart Nick Foles had just orchestrated what appeared to be […]
I must start today’s post with full disclosure: approximately 90% of the time, I have no idea of the rock’n’roll trivia aspects of these songs, I just know I like them, then when researching the history of them I find out the bass player was in such-and-such a band, the keyboard player went on the […]
1964, The Dave Clark Five were at number one on the singles chart with "Glad All Over," the group's only chart topper. 1964, The Beatles played two shows at the Olympia Theatre, Paris, France, the first of an 18-night engagement. The first show … [Read More...]
1965, The Who released their first single "I Can't Explain," with Jimmy Page on guitar and The Ivy League on backing vocals. It went on to reach number eight on the singles chart. 1966, The Who play at The Two Puddings Club in Stratford and the … [Read More...]
The story of Genesis was a tale of two bands. One was led by Peter Gabriel, and created some of the finest and most challenging progressive rock of the early seventies. Once Gabriel left after their 1974 magnum opus The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway, drummer Phil Collins stepped up to front the band leading them in a more pop-oriented direction leaving chart-topping hits and multi-platinum albums in his wake. Fans of the Gabriel version of Genesis were not necessarily fans of the Collins-led band, yet if you listen to the first few … [Read More...]
Chris Whitley’s short, restless career encompassed folk, noise rock, jazz, country, mainstream rock and the blues. He was discovered by producer Daniel Lanois who helped him score a major label record deal with Columbia Records in 1988. His first album, “Living With The Law” was a mainstream rock affair with good songs that gave him radio exposure, but it wasn’t until his second album and third albums, “Din Of Ecstasy” and “Terra Incognita” that Whitley came into his own with great songs ensconced in noise. After being dropped by … [Read More...]
with Packer Dave, Steve Leventhal, and John Poulter On the Sports Report this week, Dave and Steve discuss the hiring of a new Green Bay Packers coach, and the surprising end of the Chicago Bears season. Plus, we preview the NFC and AFC Divisional games this … [Read More...]
2018: We have kept our costs as low as possible. And thanks to listeners who continue to donate, we have avoided polluting our signal with annoying ads. We can still use your help. Please see the links below how your contribution of any … [Read More...]
The First Cut Is The Deepest, and it is for several reasons as The 3D RadioActivity's 464th installment, also marks the start of your eleventh year with your Uncle Marty, as we bring you music every week that we have not presented before with every track being a FIRST. Download herehttps://archive.org/download/The3dRadioactivity/3dradio_20190106-TheFirstRadioactiveElement.mp3 That's our … [Read More...]
with Packer Dave, Steve Leventhal, and John Poulter On the Sports Report this week, Dave and Steve discuss the hiring of a new Green Bay Packers coach, and the surprising end of the Chicago Bears season. Plus, we preview the NFC and AFC … [Read More...]
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