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I have been fortunate to go to a lot of rock concerts in my lifetime. Considering what tickets cost today, those old ducats from the seventies and eighties turned out to be pretty good deals. Most of those ticket prices were under twenty bucks. The late seventies concerts were all under ten dollars. Compared to […]
1964, The Beatles arrived back from their first US trip at Heathrow Airport and were greeted by thousands of fans. Also on this day The Beatles scored their second chart topping album with The Beatles Second Album. It displaced Meet The Beatles! from … [Read More...]
1965, The Who's second single, "Anyway Anyhow Anywhere" backed with "Daddy Rolling Stone" is released in the UK on Brunswick. Derek Johnson in New Musical Express calls is "a wild racer, with just about every conceivable gimmick...it commands … [Read More...]
By the time this song had hit the charts in 1972, The Hollies were already on their second career having survived the setback of having two key members leaving the group. Throughout the sixties, they released indelible singles like "Bus Stop," "Stop Stop Stop," "Look Through Any Window," "Carrie Anne" and "Jennifer Eccles" before original member Graham Nash left to join David Crosby and Stephen Stills. By the time of this #2 single in 1972, the band changed record labels after original member Allan Clarke left. As was standard … [Read More...]
Although their name was inspired by another '60s group, The Animals, the similarities end there. The Critters were far more easy listening than their rough and tumble contemporaries. They formed in New Jersey in 1964 around singer/songwriter and guitarist Don Ciccone. Their three top forty hits included a cover of a John Sebastian song, "Younger Girl," "Don't Let The Rain Fall Down On Me" which charted at #39 in 1967 and this song, their signature slice of pop ennui, reaching #17 on the charts in 1966. After the original group's … [Read More...]
on The Sports Report with Packer Dave, Steve Leventhal, Jeff Rich, and John Poulter Joined by special guest Mark Grote, the newest member of the Chicago Bears radio broadcast team. He talks about his role as the sideline reporter. In addition, he helps us analyze the … [Read More...]
Winter 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 c … [Read More...]
This is the 430th gathering of The 3D RadioActivity, and this musical feature will give us musical snapshots, fruit, both edible and wearable, birds and time. Make no mistake about it, as we prepare to play plenty of phonetic Favored Favorites. [jwplayer mediaid="24264"] Download here: https://archive.org/download/The3dRadioactivity/3dradio_20180513-3DFavoredFavorites.mp3 Here at 3D Central, we are preparing … [Read More...]
Hope for the future is often what keeps fans interested in bad teams. When teams have the kind of seasons the White Sox are in the midst of, it can be hard to remain optimistic. Because of this, fans often look for bright spots they hope can … [Read More...]
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