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“I maintained my focus just knowing that we’ll get something figured and I was confident that we would,” stated Chicago Bears rookie linebacker Roquan Smith. The former Georgia Bulldog was the last of the first round draft picks to sign with his team, returning to practice Tuesday, August 14th. Beyond that, he kept pretty mum […]
Finally, the discussion at 2018 Chicago Bears training camp wasn’t about linebacker Roquan Smith. Sure there were some queries about the MIA first round draft pick, but the chatter and questions were about last year’s top draft pick, Mitch Trubisky, and his progress in coach Matt Nagy’s run/pass option offense. Nagy also confirmed that Trubisky […]
Gone At Last describes how some listeners have been eagerly awaiting this feature on our series of Summertime Seconds where we return to an earlier focus because there were too many great tunes to play the first time we visited this musical idea. I’m Uncle Marty, this is The 3D RadioActivity number four four two, as our music […]
1965, The Byrds were forced to cancel a concert during their UK tour at The Guildhall, Portsmouth when only 250 of the 4,000 tickets had been sold. 1966, During a North American tour The Beatles played two shows at Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, … [Read More...]
1938, American blues musician Robert Johnson died, likely poisoned by a jealous husband, at the age of 27 at a country crossroads near Greenwood, Mississippi. His recordings from 1936 -1937 have influenced generations of musicians including Muddy … [Read More...]
Song of the Day by Eric Berman – “Year of the Cat” by Al Stewart So, 2015 is not the year of the cat…it’s the year of the goat (or sheep), but that’s just the hook that led me to choose this fine tune as the first Song of the Day by Eric Berman of a new year. Besides, the Chinese New Year is still a few months off in the distance…so, Happy Rosh Hashanah everyone…but I digress. While most people remember Al Stewart for a clutch of radio-friendly pop tunes from the late 1970s including “Time Passages,” “On The Border” and today’s … [Read More...]
Song of the Day by Eric Berman – “Golden Gate Gospel Train” by The Golden Gate Quartet Today’s Song of the Day by Eric Berman shines a spotlight on what I like to call holy rollin’ prehistoric Doo Wop, which is better known as Gospel Jubilee. The Golden Gate Quartet started out as a Barbershop Quartet in Virginia back in the early 1930s comprised of two friends from the Booker Washington High School glee club, the barber and a one-legged bass singer. By the time the group began to perform for audiences during the late 1930s, the … [Read More...]
with Packer Dave, Steve Leventhal, and John Poulter On the August 2018 Sports Report, our special guest, Chicago Tribune Chicago Cubs beat writer Mark Gonzales, discusses the Northsiders' battle for control of the National League Central division. John covers the rest … [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 s … [Read More...]
Gone At Last describes how some listeners have been eagerly awaiting this feature on our series of Summertime Seconds where we return to an earlier focus because there were too many great tunes to play the first time we visited this musical idea. I'm Uncle Marty, this is The 3D RadioActivity number four four two, as our music tells the tale of who is unavailable and it can reflect the end of exhilaration and time wh … [Read More...]
"I maintained my focus just knowing that we'll get something figured and I was confident that we would," stated Chicago Bears rookie linebacker Roquan Smith. The former Georgia Bulldog was the last of the first round draft picks to sign with his … [Read More...]
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