Author Archives: Randi Scott


Now that Def Leppard are back with Universal Music, why not make the most of it and put out some box sets? Def Leppard – The Collection Volume One: The Eighties will be released on June 1st as a six-CD set or seven vinyl discs. It’s the first of four planned volumes, which will cover the band’s complete recorded output ... Read More »

RANDI’S #1@1 ~ KSLX ~ Jefferson Starship

In less than 15 minutes we’re flashinback to 1974 when this legendary San Francisco band went thru several changes after a string of gold and platinum records! I’ve got a track that resonates success comin up on your 1@1 thanks to my friends at ZIA Records!  Jefferson Starship with “Freedom at Point Zero” ~  “Jane” rocks the valley’s classic rock ... Read More »

1st Day of Spring…

TODAY’S TV PREMIERES: Love and Hip-Hop: Atlanta (VH1), Epic Warrior Women (Smithsonian) Tomorrow is the first day of #spring. Are you ready? On this day in 1931 Alka Seltzer first hit US stores. What gets you reaching for the plop, plop, fizz, fizz? On this day in 1931 Nevada legalized gambling. Ever win big in Vegas? It’s National Poultry Day! ... Read More »

KISS: If It’s the End, No One Is Saying

Last month, KISS filed a trademark application for the phrase “The End of the Road” with regard to “live performances by a musical band.” Not surprisingly, this led fans to speculate that their next tour will be their last. Paul Stanley was asked about this by journalist Michael Cavacini, and he said, “I thought it was a terrific name, and I was ... Read More »

RANDI’S This Week in Rock…

Moody Blues drummer Graeme Edge was given a shoutout by Pittsburgh Pirates announcer Steve Blass during Friday’s spring training game against the Atlanta Braves. Blass was talking about the Bradenton (Florida) Country Club, where Edge is a member, and said he is a great guy, and, if given a few cocktails, the drummer will tell some great stories about his ... Read More »

Rock n Roll Hall of Famers ~ Queen ~

Queen were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on March 19th, 2001. So let’s take a closer look at “Killer Queen”.  Brian May says their breakthrough hit “Killer Queen” may not have rocked all that hard, but, boy, was it put together well from, Sheer Heart Attack, 1974.  When Queen released their third album, Sheer Heart Attack, in ... Read More »

EAGLES: Off and Flying

The Eagles, with Vince Gill and Deacon Frey in tow, are off on their first tour following a handful of “test the water” dates last year. Gill tells the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, “I’m not patting myself on the back, but the way I sing and play is right in their wheelhouse. And we like a lot of the same songs, same artists, ... Read More »

JENNIFER LOPEZ: Reveals #MeToo Moment

Jennifer Lopez has revealed her #MeToo moment. She’d never talked publicly about it, but now JLo is sharing her story in Harper’s Bazaar. During an audition for one of her early movies she says, “I was told by the director to take off my shirt and show my boobs. But did I do it? No, I did not.” She defied the director, which terrified ... Read More »

HBD Nancy Wilson~#1@1~ KSLX “Barracuda”

Heart guitarist Nancy Wilson celebrates her 63rd birthday today so let’s celebrate with your 1@1 as we flashback with “Barracuda”! Despite its fishy title, it makes Nancy Wilson think of riding a horse, from Little Queen, 1977.  Although its title may be a dangerous fish, Heart guitarist Nancy Wilson says that’s not the first thing she thinks of when “Barracuda” ... Read More »

HBD Nancy Wilson~ Even It Up

As we celebrate Heart guitarist Nancy Wilson 64th birthday today let’s take a closer look at Heart’s “Even It Up”, a garage rocker sparked by Ann and Nancy’s frustration at the time with the men in their world. From, Bebe le Strange, 1980 “Even It Up” is the product of a songwriting session by Ann and Nancy Wilson and their ... Read More »