MGK's Ray Koob rocks your nights, weekdays from 7pm to Midnight. He "Gets the Led Out" by playing 3 Zeppelin songs in a row Monday through Thursday at 8pm + satisfies your "Jones For the Stones" at 10pm.



REVIEW: AC/DC - ROCK OR BUST

Posted 2/20/2015 12:55:00 PM

It’s been a strange stretch of highway for AC/DC. After an extended break following their release of Black Ice, and the tour that followed, word got around that AC/DC was working on a new album. Somewhere between that good news, and final production of what became Rock Or Bust, word got out that something was amiss in the ranks of The Thunder From Down Under.

Even in the digital age, it sometimes takes time to get your ears around a new album these days. Just got this one, and love it so much that I’m compelled to add my voice to the heaps of praise for Brian, Angus and the boys latest effort!

During the time between albums, founding brother, Malcolm Young had developed dementia (as we later learned) which was keeping him from being able to perform. He’d been able to work with his brother Angus on writing the ...



WARREN HAYNES TALKS ENDING THE ALLMANS, GOVT MULE AND MORE!

Posted 12/19/2014 8:41:00 PM

One of the busiest, and coolest, people in the music biz, Warren Haynes checked in this week. His band Govt Mule plays The Tower January 2nd and 3rd, tickets on sale now. We also discuss the end of the Allman Brothers Band, solo stuff, and his annual Christmas Jam!



I KILLED PINK FLOYD'S PIG, 2: MORE WITH BEAU PHILLIPS!

Posted 12/19/2014 8:30:00 PM

Just caught up with Beau Phillips for a follow-up conversation with the author of "I Killed Pink Floyd's Pig," a great book about life in the radio fast lane. Our chat discusses the current affairs of a few of our faves like Zeppelin, Floyd and AC/DC!



RIP, BOBBY!!! MY INTERVIEW WITH BOBBY KEYS TALKING ABOUT STONES AND SUFFERING BASTARDS

Posted 12/2/2014 12:30:00 PM

THIS INTERVIEW ORIGINALLY POSTED IN FEBRUARY 2012, WHEN THE SUFFERING BASTARDS WERE COMING TO TOWN. HAVING HAD NO TIME TO REVIEW IT AFTER HEARING WORD OF BOBBY KEYS' PASSING TODAY, I APOLOGIZE FOR ANYTHING THAT'S NOT ACCURATE OR TIMELY. I AM GONNA MISS THAT MAN ON STAGE WITH OUR BOYS...

 

 

Bobby Keys & The Suffering Bastards are coming to our area, March 10th at The Kesick Theater. So, given a shot to talk with the man who drives songs like "Brown Sugar" and "Live With Me," I jumped at the chance.Thanks to Jennifer Muscatello for hooking us up!

From his early days recording with Elvis Presley and Dion DiMucci, through his storied recording career with The Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, and Joe Cocker, as well as Beatles solo outings, Bobby Keys has been (and is) one of the premier sax players in the world! He even gives a ...



CINNAMINSON COMMUNITY CHORUS PRESENTS ANNUAL HOLIDAY CONCERT!

Posted 12/2/2014 9:11:00 AM

Cinnaminson Community Chorus

Presents

A Time to Cherish

Come join us to celebrate the Holiday Season with the Cinnaminson Community Chorus

Alan Blackford Accompanist and director

Friday, December 5, 2014

At 8:00 p.m.

Cinnaminson High School Auditorium

Riverton Road

Cinnaminson, NJ

Tickets are sold at the door Adults $7.00 Seniors and Students $5.00 children under 12 free. For more information contact Irene French at (856)428-6448



 
 
 
 

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