TEXARKANA'S CLASSIC ROCK STATION
Classic Rock Will Rule ‘the Cloud’
Judging from the results of a recent poll, many Americans still have no idea how cloud computing actually works — but once they figure out how to use it, they plan on listening to a whole bunch of classic rock.
Steve Vai Talks ‘Eat ‘Em and Smile,’ Van Halen Reunion, and More
It’s hard to believe, but David Lee Roth‘s ‘Eat ‘Em and Smile’ is more than 25 years old — and although Diamond Dave is back with Van Halen promoting the band’s latest album, ‘A Different Kind of Truth,’ plenty of fans still have fond memories of Roth’s full-length solo debut. One such fan is guitar…
Paul McCartney Joins the Isley Brothers at Apollo Theater Benefit
There aren’t many concerts that are worth $5,000 a ticket, but the one Paul McCartney played last Saturday (Aug. 11) just might have justified its eyebrow-raising cost of admission.
Alice Cooper Reportedly Recording Covers Album
From Paul McCartney to Ozzy Osbourne, pretty much every artist gets around to releasing an album of covers at some point — and it sounds like Alice Cooper is getting ready to join the list with his next LP.
Honda Summer Clearance ‘Family Comedy’ Commercial – What’s the Song?
What do Jesus Christ and Honda have in common? Probably not much, admittedly, but they do share at least one thing: The approved use of a classic cut from the Pete Townshend songbook.
Rolling Stones Release ‘Live at the Tokyo Dome’ Live Bootleg
Twenty-two years after the tour, the Rolling Stones have finally gotten around to releasing a live document of their 1990 stand at the Tokyo Dome — and all 24 tracks will cost you less than five bucks.
Fender Projects Post-IPO Value of $395 Million
The iconic Fender logo may need to be upgraded to include a few dollar signs thanks to a healthy IPO — Initial Public (Stock) Offering — that looks to raise as much as $160.5 million, putting the venerable guitar maker’s value in the neighborhood of $395 million.
Jack Black Helps the Protomen Cover Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’
If there’s any film star/recording artist you could conceivably expect to see onstage belting out background vocals on a Queen song being covered by a band dedicated to releasing concept albums inspired by the ‘Mega Man’ video game franchise, it’…
Ted Nugent Rails Against Political Enemies at Texas Concert
Say what you will about his music, but few things are more entertaining than Ted Nugent when he has a bee in his camouflage bonnet — and lately, he’s been more irate than usual, campaigning in his own special way for Republican candidates during an election year. His show last Friday (June 8th) offe…
Bob Dylan Responds to Levon Helm’s Passing
Levon Helm‘s death yesterday (April 19) at the age of 71 sent waves of grief through the musical community, prompting eloquent tributes and emotional remembrances from some of the many fans and fellow artists the drummer touched during his career. Levon’s friend and former boss…
Slash on the Alienation of Rock – ‘I Feel I Really Have to Hold the Flag’
Slash is a pretty busy guy these days, between filming commercials with Betty White and responding to rumors of a Guns N’ Roses reunion at this year’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony — but that isn’t enough to keep him from preparing to unleash his new album ‘Apocalyptic Love’ on a rock-starved …