Debbi Calton here. When I was at the Grammy's four years ago, Whitney Houston died the day before the main event and it was incredible how the Grammy producers pulled together a tribute that would air live just 24 hours later.
It might be Valentine's Day, but it's also the release date of one our favorite movies... Wayne's World. The classic SNL spin-off was first released in theaters on February 14, 1992. To commemorate the occasion, we're taking a look at some of the classic rock songs that were featured in the movie.
At 6:20 - "The Question from Hell" for Villanova vs. Georgetown basketball tickets At 7:40 - How The Grammys Get It Wrong At 8:10 - Musicologist Chris Epting on You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet and at 8:35 - "The Single Second Challenge" for Comfort Food Fest passes
What if Valentine's Day text messages were all classic rock lyrics? With the day of love upon us, we've thought of a few scenarios where classic rock would make or break some text messages on Valentine's Day.
Tonight, The Boss returns to the 'Streets of Philadelphia' to perform 'The River' album. To get you pumped up for the show, we take a look back at some of Springsteen's past performances off the album.
Here's the best segments from the past week of radio.... The Weekly Podcast has landed! Everyone stay warm this weekend, enjoy the Bruce Springsteen show if you're lucky enough to have a ticket, and we'll chat again on Monday!
Yesterday we received a funny Brightside message that said "What if Springsteen's The River Tour is just him tour guiding the Delaware?" Which got the wheels turning as to what exactly that would sound like. Enter Dave Springsteen...
Today would have been Ray Manzarek’s 77th birthday, and while the legendary keyboardist and founding member of The Doors may be gone, he’s certainly not forgotten and neither are those crazy tales of The Doors coming up through the 60s L.A. rock scene.