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Tom Petty Laid to Rest in Private California CeremonyThe musician's funeral was held at the Self-Realization Fellowship Lake Shrine, where late Beatle and Petty collaborator George Harrison was laid to rest in 2001.
Pete Recaps his Trip to Texas with a Fat Guy Moment!Pete is fresh off his trip from Texas to catch a college football game with some friends and started off complaining about how the airline he used sent some of his golf clubs home on another flight while he was waiting at luggage for it.
Call You Baby Senseless SurveyYou’ll have to hear how Kevin finally got him to hang up and regarded a name. Take a listen.
Carter Alan's Rock 'n' Roll Diary: October 17 in Classic Rock HistoryDavid Bowie’s single “Fame” sold it’s millionth copy on this day in 1975. He didn’t keep all the songwriting royalties from that single, however. Who co-wrote the track with him?
Boston Emissions 10/15/17: Test Meat, The Del Fuegos, Phenomenal Sun, Long Time, Strangeways, Pale Mosters, The Velvet Ants, Local Songs of the WeekThe Rock of Boston. Sunday nights at 10. Hosted by Anngelle Wood.
Johnny Cash Bike Trail Christened in Folsom CaliforniaIt's the second phase of a larger project to honor the late country legend.
Courtney Love Warned Actresses About Harvey Weinstein Back in 2005“If Harvey Weinstein invites you to a private party in the Four Seasons, don’t go.”
Kevin is Fed Up with Trash Thrown Near His HouseKevin put on some gloves and went to work Saturday to clean up all the trash dumped near his house off the road ranging from vodka bottles to tires to yard waste.
The Metal Intro SurveyA listener claiming to be Mark sent in a metal version of the Senseless Survey intro which Heather like but Kevin thought it was too much.
Carter Alan's Rock 'n' Roll Diary: October 16 in Classic Rock HistoryHappy birthday to Flea of Red hot Chili Peppers, a world class bass-player who sometimes keeps his clothes on. What was his primary instrument before he distinguished himself on bass?
Sunday Morning Blues: October 15th, 2017
Carter Alan's Rock 'n' Roll Diary: October 15 in Classic Rock HistoryBlue Oyster Cult was at the Music Hall on this night in 1976. Even though the band had crossed over into the mainstream with that year’s “Agents of Fortune” album, they had had a studio album go ‘Gold” before that. Which one?

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