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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Lake Bluff, IL: June 25, 2018 SRN Broadcasting is pleased to announce the release of version 1.01 of the InternetFM mobile app. The InternetFM app provides streaming audio from 23 carefully selected streaming rock stations in the US and Canada. The app gives the listeners a clean easy to use platform, devoid […]
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Every year it’s a race against time to attempt to watch all the movies nominated for the Best Picture Oscar. 2019 was another terrific year for motion pictures, and I not only watched all eight, I also viewed “The Wife,” which earned Glenn Close a well deserved Best Actress nomination. Here is my own personal […]
Pro golfer Bryson DeChambeau probably has as much in common with Bill Nye the Science Guy as he does with fellow golfer Bill Hass. He majored in Physics at Southern Methodist University, and thus takes a very scientific approach to the game of golf. The most noticeable way DeChambeau has put his intellect to use, […]
1965, Filming began on The Beatles follow up to A Hard Days Night on location in the Bahamas with the working title of Eight Arms To Hold You. 1966, During an 11-date tour of Australia and New Zealand The Rolling Stones played the first of four … [Read More...]
1967, The Beatles record the piano chord used on "A Day in the Life." David Crosby pops by Abbey Road studios for a visit. 1968, The Who appeared at the Fillmore West in San Francisco. 1968, Genesis releases its first single, “The Silent Sun.” … [Read More...]
I always thought the greatest Neil Young impression was National Lampoon's spot on song parody "Old Maid (Southern California Brings Me Down)" by Tony Scheuren from the 1975 Lampoon album "Goodbye Pop," until this one came along by Jimmy Fallon. It was originally performed on his TV show "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" and now it has surfaced on his just released second album called "Blow Your Pants Off." The new record also features another Neil parody (with special guest the real Bruce Springsteen) doing the song "Whip My Hair," plus … [Read More...]
She’s the same Maria Muldaur of “Midnight At The Oasis” fame but most people don’t know much about her before she sent her camel to bed. Muldaur’s maiden name was Maria D’Amato and she got her start performing as a member of the Even Dozen Jug Band alongside future Lovin’ Spoonful member John Sebastian, David Grisman and Stefan Grossman. The Jug Band was part of the same Greenwich Village folk scene that spawned Fred Neil, Phil Ochs and Bob Dylan. D’Amato then went on to join the Jim Kweskin Jug Band where she met her future husband … [Read More...]
with Packer Dave, Steve Leventhal, and John Poulter Join us for a Super Bowl LIII (aren't these Roman numerals getting lame by now?) preview, plus final thoughts on the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers' seasons. Steve highlights the top teams in college … [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...]
I'm your Uncle Marty, on the 470th adventure of The 3D RadioActivity! This time what we're doing simply won't make a difference if you listen to it on a hot Saturday night, or a cool rainy morning, and no matter whether you are on the farm, big city or in a foreign land, we have something good for all beings that walk, crawl, swim, swing or slither! Download … [Read More...]
with Packer Dave, Steve Leventhal, and John Poulter Join us for a Super Bowl LIII (aren't these Roman numerals getting lame by now?) preview, plus final thoughts on the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers' seasons. Steve highlights the top … [Read More...]
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