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Sunday Morning Blues: August 20th, 2017This is Sunday Morning Blues show #936! And, since the first show occurred on August 22, 1999, we’re celebrating our 18th Anniversary today!!
Carter Alan's Rock 'n' Roll Diary: August 20 in Classic Rock HistoryIn 1992 U2 began the first of three sold-out concerts at Foxboro Stadium. Who did Bono duet with (virtually via a video) each night?
Carter Alan's Rock 'n' Roll Diary: August 19 in Classic Rock HistoryHappy birthday to Queen bassist John Deacon. What is he up to these days?
Carter Alan's Rock N' Roll Diary: August 18 in Classic Rock HistoryOn this day in 1966 the Beatles invaded Suffolk Downs Racetrack! What future lead singer told Carter Alan in an interview that he hopped the fence with some friends to see the show?
Family Says Johnny Cash 'Would Be Horrified' by Association with Neo-Nazi MovementThe Cash siblings call the “white supremacists and neo-Nazis who marched in Charlottesville” a “poison in our society,”
Foreigner's Original Lineup Mulling Possible Reunion"Oh, it's definitely crossed my mind," guitarist Mick Jones said. "I think it's something the fans would love."
Carter Alan's Rock N' Roll Diary: August 17 in Classic Rock HistoryThe Allman Brothers Band did a free show on the Boston Common on this day in 1971. How many albums did they have out at the time?
Elvis Presley Fans Now Have to Pay to Visit the Singer's GraveFor decades, fans would travel to Graceland to remember the King without paying. This year, however, things have changed.
Carter Alan's Rock N' Roll Diary: August 16 in Classic Rock HistoryIn 1972, the Doors played on Boston Common. Who handled lead vocals?
Boston Emissions 8/13/17: The Rupert Selection, Choke Up, No Small Children, Colbis The Creature, Carissa Johnson + Local Songs of the WeekThe Rock of Boston and New England. Sundays at 10pm on 100.7 WZLX. Hosted by Anngelle Wood.
David Crosby Says Ted Nugent 'Isn't Good Enough' For Rock Hall"The asshole just isn't good enough."
Graham Nash Extends 2017 North American TourFans can expect songs spanning Nash's 50-year career, from his early days in the Hollies, to Crosby, Stills & Nash, to tracks from his new solo album.

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