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Lake Bluff, IL. March 23, 2019 SRN Broadcasting announces the addition of seven more radio stations to it’s InternetFM lineup of streaming radio, bringing the total to 32. The addition of two stations from Los Angeles and four from the Netherlands increases the InternetFM footprint from coast to coast, Canada, and now Europe. Southern California […]
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former Pink Floyd drummer brings his Saucerful of Secrets tour to North America “I got tired of waiting after twenty years for David (Gilmour) or Roger (Waters) to ring me up, so put my own band together,” explains the seventy-five year-old founding member of Pink Floyd. The ensemble includes long-time Pink Floyd and David Gilmour […]
In a continuation of last year’s trend of “go see Rock’n’Roll Hall of Famers on their One Last Go-round tour”, I took the whole family to Fleetwood Mac. All in all a really good show, probably better than I expected. I had never seen Fleetwood Mac, in spite of being somewhat of a fan, particularly […]
‘m your Uncle Marty, this is chapter 478 of The 3D RadioActivity, with an adventure we’re going to call “ORDINARY JOES” on Steve C’s recommendation for some. Similar to how we did “A Show Called Bob” or “You Don’t Know Jack“, here’s several Joes you know and a few I’d like to introduce to you. Our […]
1968, During a European tour, Pink Floyd played two shows at the Piper Club, in Rome, Italy. 1969, Lulu married Bee Gee Maurice Gibb, Brother Barry was the best man. The couple split in 1973. 1969, Jimi Hendrix performed at Ellis Auditorium in … [Read More...]
1965, Bob Dylan"s debut album The Freewheelin" Bob Dylan was at No.1 on the album chart. 1965, Paul McCartney spent the day shopping for furniture in Portobello Road, London disguised in a cloth cap, moustache, glasses and overcoat. 1966, The … [Read More...]
This one comes from a Record Store Day release “Flaming Lips And Heady Fwends.” The limited edition double album was released on two “hand-thrown” colored discs, and each one is uniquely colored. The album was also released in two versions defined by a version of this song. The more desirable version features a “Cybermen” sample from the BBC TV series “Dr. Who,” the other more common version has Henry Rollins approximating the sample with his own voice. Like many Flaming Lips records, “Heady Fwends” is a mixed bag of truly inspired … [Read More...]
Emanating from San Francisco (Greg Saunier & John Dieterich) by way of Japan (Satomi Matsuzaki), Deerhoof have released 12 albums of unpredictable music with a sound that would have made Yoko Ono proud and John Lennon jump for joy. It has finally come to pass that the ingredients of Yoko Ono’s recordings circa “Double Fantasy” that were championed by John Lennon have somewhat reached the mainstream with Deerhoof and their brand new release “Breakup Song.” Part electro-crunch, part sing-song melodies, part twee vocals and … [Read More...]
with Packer Dave and Steve Leventhal Chicago Cubs Manager Joe Maddon Joining us this month are Dionne Miller of ABC7 Chicago, just back from Arizona, to talk Spring Training and a some Bears football. Jeff Rich chimes in on NBA hoops, and Adam Lucas, UNC beat … [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...]
'm your Uncle Marty, this is chapter 478 of The 3D RadioActivity, with an adventure we're going to call "ORDINARY JOES" on Steve C's recommendation for some. Similar to how we did "A Show Called Bob" or "You Don't Know Jack", here's several Joes you know and a few I'd like to introduce to you. Download here:https://archive.org/download/The3dRadioactivity/3dradio_20190414-OrdinaryJoes.mp3 Or click to … [Read More...]
It is an understatement to say that Chicago Bears running back and kick returner Tarik Cohen has a chip on his shoulder. Despite excelling in both football and track & field, Cohen's size hampered his ability to land a college scholarship. … [Read More...]
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