Tag Archives: Paul McCartney

NEW KEYWORD FOR DESERT TRIP IN PLAY ‘TIL 3PM!

Photo Credit – en.wikipedia.org Classic Rock fans take heed!  The latest keyword for the Desert Trip to the Empire Polo Club to see Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, Neil Young, Paul McCartney, The Who & Roger Waters is in play until 3PM!  Text it to 77000 to qualify for round-trip airfare for two to Los Angeles, hotel, weekend G.A. passes ... Read More »

KEYWORD IN PLAY RIGHT NOW ‘TIL 3PM FOR DESERT TRIP IN CA.!

Photo Credit – en.wikipedia.org Hey KSLX Faithful!   The latest keyword for the Desert Trip to the Empire Polo Club to see Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, Neil Young, Paul McCartney, The Who & Roger Waters is in play until 3PM!  Text it to 77000 to qualify for round-trip airfare for two to Los Angeles, hotel, weekend G.A. passes for ... Read More »

LAST QUALIFICATION FOR PAUL McCARTNEY GOING OUT IN THE………

Photo Credit – en.wikipedia.org Ladies & gentlemen your very LAST chance to qualify for the latest KSLX Classic Rock Flyaway to see Paul McCartney in New York (sponsored by Big Two Toyota of Chandler) is coming IN THE 5PM HOUR TODAY!!!!  The trip is round-trip airfare from Phoenix to New York for two, a 2-night stay in Manhattan & tickets ... Read More »

NEXT QUALIFICATION FOR PAUL MCCARTNEY IN NEW YORK GOING OUT WITHIN THE HOUR!

Photo Credit – en.wikipedia.org Yes!  With only TWO DAYS to go in our KSLX Classic Rock Flyaway to get you qualified to see Paul McCartney in New York, your NEXT CHANCE TO QUALIFY WILL BE ABOUT 4:20PM!  If you’re caller 7 when I ask you to call in at 602 260 1007 you’ll score a cool “BEATLES ONE” CD courtesy ... Read More »

THE BEATLES ON TODAY’S “LEGENDS OF ROCK”!

Photo Credit – www.flickr.com A true Beatles classic, “A Day In The Life” is featured on today’s “Legends of Rock”!  This was perhaps one of the greatest examples of how Paul McCartney & John Lennon’s songwriting styles were able to compliment each other.  Legendary Beatles producer, the late George Martin explains how it all came together on today’s “Legends of ... Read More »

NEXT QUALIFICATION FOR PAUL MCCARTNEY IN NEW YORK GOING OUT THIS HOUR!!

Photo Credit – en.wikipedia.org That’s right!  Crank up your radio & get ready to qualify for the latest KSLX Classic Rock Flyaway: Paul McCartney in New York!  Be listening for my cue to call & if you’re caller seven at 602 260 1007, you’ll score a copy of “Beatles One” on CD courtesy of Zia records.  And more importantly, you’ll ... Read More »

MACCA FINDS HIS EVENTUAL REPLACEMENT IN ARGENTINA

Photo Credit – en.wikipedia.org I always love it when an artist invites an audience member on-stage for a life-changing moment.  Sometimes the guest is TOTALLY up for the task as was the case with this 10-year-old from Argentina at a recent Paul McCartney show.  It’s worth a click ESPECIALLY if you’re a parent.  You’ll get it. http://mashable.com/2016/05/19/paul-mccartney-bass-duet/#4GPec8IsJmq9 SOURCE: ^^^^ Read More »

DREAM LINE-UP FOR COACHELLA IN OCTOBER!!

Photo Credit – en.wikipedia.org The dream line-up has been announced!  They’re calling it the Desert Trip.  The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Neil Young, Roger Waters & The Who!!!!  Who’d’ve ever thought this could ever be a reality?  But the greatest Classic Rock line-up since Woodstock is officially happening in Indio, CA October 7th, 8th & 9th.  I’ve seen ... Read More »

PAYING TRIBUTE TO THE LATE SIR GEORGE MARTIN – THE 5th BEATLE – ON TODAY’S “LEGENDS OF ROCK”

Photo Credit – wikipedia.org Legendary producer & arranger Sir George Henry Martin died peacefully at home yesterday according to his management company.  He was 90 years old.  Although his career spanned seven decades & he worked with countless artists, he will forever be defined by the seven years he spent with those four lads from Liverpool: The Beatles.  We’ll pay ... Read More »

WHAT GREAT BANDS ARE NEAR THE END?

Photo Credit – musictimes.com Photo Credit – heyreverb.com Photo Credit – Randy Johnson It is an interesting time to be a fan of Classic Rock.  I’ve been enjoying this music ever since I could operate a phonograph or cassette player. And it seems as though as a lot of our most cherished artists are slowly either pulling away from massive ... Read More »