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1968, Deep Purple made their live debut at a gig in Tastrup, Denmark. Formally known as Roundabout, guitarist Ritchie Blackmore suggested a new name, Deep Purple, after his grandmother's favorite song. "Deep Purple" had been a hit for Peter De Rose. … [Read More...]
1965, The film T.A.M.I. (Teen-Age Music International) Show featuring The Rolling Stones, Supremes Four Tops, James Brown, The Beach Boys and Smokey Robinson & The Miracles opened in London, England under the title Teenage Command … [Read More...]
I had my iPod at the New Year's Eve party I attended this evening and at one point we played the XTC album "Black Sea." Now I was fortunate to see them on tour in 1980 behind that album and little did I know at the time that it would be their last tour ever due to Andy Partridge’s stage fright. While spinning "Black Sea" at the party we decided that this song from the 1979 album "Drums And Wires" would be an appropriate song to start off 2012 since it looks to the future and concerns making plans. We're all making plans...not for N … [Read More...]
Denny Zager and Rick Evans met in college in Nebraska in the early 1960s and began playing music together. They recorded this song in 1968 and it reached the top of the charts during the summer of '69 in time for man’s first steps on the moon. It stayed atop the charts while man continued to make history at the Woodstock Music and Arts Festival. While the duo was never able to follow this hit up with anything substantial on the charts, they still remain involved in music to this day. Zager makes custom guitars and Evans continues to p … [Read More...]
on The Sports Report with Packer Dave, Steve Leventhal, John Poulter, and Jeff Rich Rory Spears of GolfersOnGolf.com joins us with his thoughts on the upcoming 2018 Masters. Will Tiger have an impact? What role with the big three, Dustin Johnson, Justin Thomas, and … [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...]
We have built this theme from the dead of the Lonesome winter as we then visited visited Pride, Jealousy, Envy, Desire, Doubt, Lazy, Gospel, and Forgiveness, so let's start anew with a fresh slate as it is time to work the lessons we have learned and look to the future as #426 helps us overlook the shortcomings of .me.not you, and others. Our aim here is to ensure that YOU Don't Forget.me.not The 3D … [Read More...]
Basketball royalty once again descended upon Chicago. Unlike college football, which rarely had early season matchups between elite programs, college basketball delights in titanic clashes in November and December. The 2017 State Farm Champions … [Read More...]
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