Fans who bought tickets can get refunds, but who wants THAT when you planned to see great Cher?
Earlier this week we debuted Kristin Bell and Straight No Chaser’s “Text Me Merry Christmas“. We are actually getting a lot of requests to play it too! Even though we sometimes get complaints, I think […]
I sure will miss David Letterman when he abandons me next year. More than words can say. And although I read a few weeks ago that Darlene Love is retiring her annual tradition with his retirement… well, it just now hit me while playing the song on KLUV and we won’t get that annual twenty-eight year treat. Sigh. I’m betting even Dave will shed a tear. She won’t move her annual singing of ‘Baby Please Come Home’ to another late night show, or to that of the Late Show replacement. Can’t blame her.
We know it’s coming. Each year it seems to get here a little earlier. So, to the big CBS bosses, feel free to start Christmas music at any time. However, you won’t be the first. […]
The Beatles were movie stars, too. They have five to their credit ranging from madcap comedies to animation to raw documentary. (oh and there was Magical Mystery Tour??) All five either spawned or featured huge hit songs that we still hear almost every day. At least ‘round here!
Girls loved the Beatles and the Beatles loved girls. And women. And their mommas. Wrote songs about all of them as well as unnamed girls: Norwegian Wood, She Loves You, Day Tripper and, um… Girl… to name a few.
Take a look at these. Between 1975 and 1987, Stevie Nicks took a slew of Polaroids after everyone else had gone to bed. “I stopped at sunrise – like a vampire.” Then called self-portraits, now called selfies, they’re on display at The Morrison Hotel gallery in Los Angeles
The BBC has been working on something new…the launch of BBC Music. It’s like Spotify meets radio meets music news. It’s pretty much everything for you music freaks. To kick off BBC Music’s launch, they’ve […]
A whole bunch of KLUV’s core artists are coming out with new material. People like Tom Petty, Neil Young, Barbra Streisand, Paul McCartney, Stevie Nicks, Alice Cooper, Prince and even the final song of The […]
Back in April we go the chance to interview & Oates (John Oates). So it seems only fair that we give & Garfunkel (Art Garfunkel) some equal time! Cue the gushing from none other than […]