Led Zeppelin, Pearl Jam and many other acts trended on Twitter as a result of a survey asking people who their five favorite bands in high school were. Randi Scott 100.7 KSLX Read More »
Ronnie Wood‘s first performance with The Rolling Stones was 45 years ago, on May 1st, 1975, when the band announced their Tour of the Americas from the back of a moving flatbed truck in New York City. (Ronnie’s first full concert with the Stones took place on June 1st, 1975 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, which was also his 28th birthday.) Ronnie Wood on ... Read More »
Mark & NeanderPaul have been giving out “Front Line Hero” yard signs, as at ’thank you’ to those who are putting themselves in harm’s way to keep things running. The response has been huge, and heartwarming. Mark & NeanderPaul even did some personal delivery of signs, as you’ll see in the video. Read More »
Pete talks with Aerosmith’s keyboardist/back-up singer, Buck Johnson! Read More »
His new album “Magic Window” is available for download starting on Doug’s birthday, April 24th! Read More »
OPERATION AMERICA STRONG: Air Shows Will Honor Healthcare Heroes as I play the National Anthem at 12pm weekdays on KSLX!
The United States Pentagon plans several flyovers by the Blue Angels and Thunderbirds to recognize our frontline healthcare workers. Joint air shows are scheduled for New York City, Atlanta, Houston and Austin, Philadelphia, Newark, Baltimore and Washington D.C. The Blue Angels and Thunderbirds will fly separately in several more cities. President Donald Trump announced “Operation America Strong” at Wednesday’s press briefing. ... Read More »