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FLASHBACK: BOSTON’S DEBUT ALBUM GOES TOP FIVE

It was 41 years ago today (December 4th, 1976), that Boston‘s self-titled debut album peaked at Number Three on the Billboard 200 albums chart, where it stayed for five weeks. Since then, nearly every song from the album continues to receive heavy airplay on classic rock radio — most notably the album’s lead single, “More Than […]

On This Day in History

1926, the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) debuted with a radio network of 24 stations. 1939, President Franklin Roosevelt laid the cornerstone of the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C. 1956 Elvis Presley‘s first movie, Love Me Tender, is released. 1969 Janis Joplin is arrested in Tampa, Florida, on charges of using “vulgar and indecent language” while performing. According to witnesses, the incident […]

BOB SEGER POSTS NEW ALBUM TEASER, RESCHEDULING POSTPONED GIGS

Bob Seger has posted a video teaser to his new album, I Knew You When, which will be released on Friday (November 17th). Seger is recovering after back surgery and was forced last month to postpone the final 18 dates of his “Runaway Train Tour.” Seger acted on his doctor’s orders to attend to “an […]

SUPER DELUXE VERSION OF ‘MORE OF THE MONKEES’ COMING NEXT MONTH

Coming on December 15th is the latest Monkees box set — More Of The Monkees: Super Deluxe Edition. The collection, which commemorated the 50th anniversary of the group’s most successful album, has been expanded into a triple-disc set featuring 55 previously unreleased tracks, including newly discovered concert recordings from 1967 that are the band’s earliest-known […]

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