Bob Steele

Bob Steele

Yes that’s me, Bob Steele, the guy you see walking around in 20 degree weather.

I love to walk and ride bicycle and LOVE to be outside. I love music. I think the first thing I ever owned was a record with a pacifier attached to it. My collection of CDs and records (yes, I love vinyl!) is huge, could be about 5000! I truly live the lifestyle and collect anything mid century.

At the end of my day, whether it’s working at WOWY 97.1 or toying with my other passion, Volkswagens ( I have 2 hippie buses and a beetle), is to curl up on the couch with one or two records on the player or a classic movie from my collection, my cats Tang and Kitty-poo, and sometimes, a nice can of cheap beer.

Life is groovy.

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This Day in History! (11/05/18)

This Day in History! (11/05/18)

1911 Actor-musician Roy Rogers is born. He dies in 1998. 1911, Calbraith P. Rodgers arrived in Pasadena, California, completing the first transcontinental airplane trip in 49 days. 1913 Actress Vivien Leigh (Gone With The Wind, A Streetcar Named Desire) is born. She dies in 1967. 1935, the Parker Brothers launched the game “Monopoly.” 1940, Franklin D. Roosevelt was re-elected president for an unprecedented third term. 1946, […]
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN RELEASING ‘SPRINGSTEEN ON BROADWAY’ LIVE ALBUM

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN RELEASING ‘SPRINGSTEEN ON BROADWAY’ LIVE ALBUM

Set for release on December 14th is the official soundtrack to Bruce Springsteen‘s Springsteen On Broadway production now running at Manhattan’s Walter Kerr Theatre. The official press release for the set reads in part, “Featuring the songs and stories from Tony Award winner Bruce Springsteen’s historic 236-show run (The album consists) of the complete audio from the upcoming Springsteen […]
FLASHBACK: SIMON & GARFUNKEL REUNITE IN CENTRAL PARK

FLASHBACK: SIMON & GARFUNKEL REUNITE IN CENTRAL PARK

It was 37 years ago tonight (September 19th, 1981) that Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel reunited in front of a reported 500,000 fans for a free concert in New York’s Central Park. Although the duo had performed together several times after their 1970 break up — most notably at a fundraiser in 1972 for Democratic […]
BOB SEGER ANNOUNCES FAREWELL TOUR

BOB SEGER ANNOUNCES FAREWELL TOUR

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PAUL McCARTNEY’S PARTYING DAYS A THING OF THE PAST

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Today (August 27th) marks the 51st anniversary of the death of the Beatles‘ manager Brian Epstein. Epstein, who died of an accidental drug overdose at the age of 34, literally groomed the group from a scruffy, leather clad, bar band into the most successful and influential musicians of their time. In April 2014, Epstein was […]