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Old 03-16-2004, 05:11 PM   #61
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On this date in 1991, seven members of Reba McEntire's band and her road manager were among 10 people who died when their private jet crashed in California just north of the Mexican border. McEntire, who had given a private concert in San Diego for IBM employees the night before, was not on the plane.
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One year ago, today.

Harry Harrison says goodbye to CBS-FM for the last time as New York's Morning Mayor. If you like to listen to Harry's last broadcast. Listen to it in 4 parts:

Part 1:
http://musicradio.computer.net/image...t3-19-03-1.ram

Part 2:
http://musicradio.computer.net/image...t3-19-03-2.ram

Part 3:
http://musicradio.computer.net/image...t3-19-03-3.ram

Part 4:
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Thirty-five years ago today, March 20, John Lennon married Yoko Ono in Gibraltar. (Paul McCartney married Linda Eastman eight days earlier.)
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Let's go all the way back to 49 years ago, today. March 23th, 1955:

Alan Freed was the first Disc Jockey hosted his show on 1010 WINS since Rock & Roll began to fill the airwaves. This is a rare classic. Go to the link and listen to this:
http://www.reelradio.com/lw/index.html#afwins032355

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On this day in 1958, March 24, Elvis Presley was drafted.
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Old 03-28-2004, 10:15 PM   #66
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On this day in 1969, March 28, Dwight D. Eisenhower died.

What does this have to do with music? Ike's death pushed Janis Joplin off the cover of Time magazine. "He had to die on my week," Janis said of Ike. "My week!"

Oh well. . . .
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Cool Mad Dogs and Englishmen!

On this day in 1970, March 28, Joe Cocker and his touring band Mad Dogs and Englishmen, led by Leon Russell and Chris Stainton, played the second of a two-night engagement at New York's fabled Fillmore East. The Easter weekend shows (Easter fell on March 29 in 1970) were recorded, producing the Mad Dogs and Englishmen soundtrack album for the tour documentary film of the same name.

The Mad Dogs and Englishmen concerts were among rock's most exciting shows.
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30 years ago, this week, 1974:

WWDJ which was the only Top 40 station in Hackensack, New Jersey. Steve Clark doing his last show on the dail at 970. By April 1st, WWDJ which is become an inspirational station. Today, WWDJ will joined by these two stations like WMCA. If you like to listen to this, go to the link and click "Steve Clark and Last Days, 1974". Go to this site:

http://www.reelradio.com/wwdj/index.html#wwdjend

here is the website for two stations, WWDJ and WMCA:

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I forgot to go back to yesterday. It was April 1st, 1984:

As I mentioned before that Marvin Gaye was shot to death by his father, Marvin Gaye Sr. in Los Angeles. His most successful hit was "Sexual Healing" along with other big hits including a monster hit "I Heard It Through the Grapevine", "I'll Be Doggone", "What's Going On", "Let's Get It On", "How Sweet It Is", "Got to Give It Up" and others along with Tammi Terrell on "Ain't No Mountain High Enough", "You're All I Need to Get By", "I Could Built My Whole World Around You" and "Your Precious Love".
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This week in history - 1967:

WABC was on strike. If you want to hear the WABC strike that it happened 37 years ago, listen to it at:
http://musicradio.computer.net/images/stikebound.ram
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On this day in 1920 (April 8), jazz singer Carmen McRae was born. (She died in November 1994.)
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Ten years ago today, April 8, Nirvana's Kurt Cobain was found dead at his home in Seattle after having shot himself. He was 27. The grunge revolt collapsed, bland corporate pop took over the charts again, and popular music has sucked ever since.

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On this day in 1969 (April 8), the British rock band Family played therir first U.S. gig at New York's Filmore East, opening for Ten Years After. Family frontman Roger Chapman was marking his 27th birthday on this date, but he was hardly in any mood to celebrate it. The gig itself was a disaster; bassist Rick Grech, who was already planning to leave to join Blind Faith, was thoroughly stoned, the rest of the band was in a bad mood, and they were not going down well with the audience. In disgust, Chapman threw his microphone stand, unintentionally hitting Fillmore East impresario Bill Graham. Family never really recovered from this fiasco, as they never were to do any big business in the U.S. . . .or Canada, for that matter. But some North American fans (like me) help keep Family's legacy alive!

And yes, Roger Chapman turns 62 today!

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Cool A happo to Chappo!

Happy birthday to Roger Chapman, born April 8, 1942 - 62 years old and still going strong!



"Chappo" in 1970, during his days with Family.




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A Family reunion! Chappo with former Family drummer Rob Townsend, now with the Blues Band.
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On this day in 1979, April 9, Newark, N.J.'s jazz station WBGO-FM went on the air for the first time. It is the only jazz station in the greater New York City area!
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