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Superbowl Sunday and Justin Timberlake told to Keep Things Clean

Everyone's getting excited over the big game on Sunday. Many people watch just to see the commercials and entertainment. This year Justin Timberlake will be headlining the half time show. Officials at the Parents Television Council have written an open letter to Justin Timberlake urging him to keep Sunday's (04Feb18) Super Bowl Half-Time show clean for family viewers. As most of us remember, Justin was part of the 2004 fiasco where he ripped open headliner Janet Jackson’s top to expose a bare breast and TV watchdog groups don't want a repeat of that - or anything like it. So enjoy the Superbowl and the half time show!

Roger Daltrey to Perform The Who's Tommy on Summer Tour

This from Rolling Stone: Roger Daltrey will perform the Who's Tommy in its entirety on a 10-city summer tour, with the singer teaming with a local orchestra to play the classic 1969 album at each stop.The month-long, 10-city trek begins June 8th in Bethel, New York, where Daltrey will perform alongside the Hudson Valley Philharmonic. At each stop along the way, Daltrey and his band – guitarist/backup singer Simon Townshend, guitarist Frank Simes, keyboardist Loren Gold, bassist Jon Button and drummer Scott Devour – will perform alongside a renowned local orchestra, including the Boston Pops Orchestra in Lenox, Massachusetts on June 15th and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra on July 5th.In 2017,

2018 Grammy's Tonight on CBS

The 60th Annual Grammy Awards will be broadcast tonight on CBS at 7:00pm ET. The awards will be held at Madison Square Garden in New York City. It's the first time in 15 years that the Grammy's will be held in NYC. The show is hosted by James Corden, host of the Late Late Show. Corden replaced LL Cool J last year as host of the Grammy's. The acts taking the stage this year to deliver memorable performances include Lady Gaga, Pink, Kendrick Lamar, Bruno Mars with Cardi B, Childish Gambino, Rihanna with DJ Khaled and Bryson Tiller, Kesha, Sam Smith, Elton John with Miley Cyrus, Little Big Town, U2 and more.


About 46 years ago I walked into Hobart Hall at William Paterson University. I was anxious because my goal was to get onto the college radio station WPSC which at that time was a carrier current station that only covered the campus and dorms. As soon as I walked in that door, and up those stairs, I knew that my life would change! I auditioned (and was awful) but was given a show and met some of the best people of my life! I then worked for over 25 years in radio and now run this station Edgewater Gold Radio. All thanks to the people and experience that I got at my first gig WPSC AM 590. Today WPSC is a premier FM college station serving northern New Jersey on 88.7FM and the world on the int

Elton John's Farewell Tour

The Grammy award winner is set to kick off his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour after 50 years in show business!

Don Imus Retiring

Don Imus announced that he will be retiring from his syndicated radio show on March 29. Imus now 77 years old said on his radio show that the bankruptcy of Cumulus Media which syndicates Imus in the Morning had required a change of plans. Imus came to New York in 1971 where he worked at WNBC. I had the opportunity of driving "Mr. Imus" to his car when he visited our college radio station WPSC back in 1973. I had a clunkity old 1966 Chevy Impala. Imus was parked in one of the distant parking lots across campus. He got in my car and the car stalled for the entire trip across campus. Imus remarked " you should get rid of this piece of shit." I guess that should be considered a compliment by the

Neil Diamond Diagnosed With Parkinson's Disease

I am sad to say the Neil Diamond has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease and has canceled the last leg of his 50th anniversary tour. The tour was set to extend to Australia and New Zealand in March. It was revealed on Neil Diamond's website that "the onset of the disease has made it difficult to travel and perform on a large scale basis." Tickets purchased will be refunded. Diamond is turning 77 today and the recording industry will honor him with it's lifetime achievement award on the Grammy's the Sunday.

Today in 70's Music History

Music in the seventies took on many different twists and turns. Here are a few music events that took place this date in the seventies. 1970, Steel Mill, (featuring Bruce Springsteen) opened for The Elvin Bishop Band at The Matrix in San Francisco, California. Steel Mill were paid only $5 for the gig, The Elvin Bishop Band received $90 as headliner. 1972, David Bowie 'came out' as bisexual during an interview in the British music weekly Melody Maker. 1972, Don McLean's album 'American Pie' started a seven week run at No.1 in the US album chart. 1977, Paul McCartney went to No.1 on the US album chart with 'Wings Over America', Paul McCartney's sixth US No.1 after The Beatles. Enjoy your Monda

Listening to Internet Radio is Getting Easier

Nowadays, listening to online radio is getting easier and the best thing is that you don't have to only listen on a desktop or laptop. Of course apps such as Tunein contain thousands of internet radio stations but you can now buy an internet radio from many places such as Getting the radio to play is not as easy as plugging it in. You have to read the instructions. Each radio is bit different. You must first connect your radio to your Wi Fi, then either download an app such as Tunein, Live 365 etc. After your're connected, your app is downloaded, you then have to select the station you want to listen to. You may preset several stations so the next time you turn your radio on, all

Tom Petty's Death Ruled an Accidental Overdose

According to a statement from the Los Angeles County Department Medical Examiner, Tom Petty died of an accidental overdose. The Hall of Fame musician had taken several pain medications, including Fentanyl (including acetylfentanyl and despropionyl fentanyl), oxycodone and generic Xanax. Other medications included generic Restoril (a sleep aid) and generic Celexa (which treats depression). The Medical Examiner reported the cause as multi-system organ failure. TMZ reported that he had been prescribed the drugs to treat emphysema, knee issues and a fractured hip. The latter had been causing him problems during his last tour which may have prompted him to take extra medication.

What's Your Favorite Decade for Music?

Sometimes, I'm asked what's my favorite decade for music. Being a baby boomer, I quickly answer the 1960's. If asked what decade brings back the most memories, I must add the 1970's as well. In the 1960's, the music was very diverse. You had the early girl groups, crooners like Sinatra, Bobby Darin and Steve Lawrence on the charts with the Beatles, Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan. It was the decade for the British Invasion, flower power, protest songs, folk songs along with some novelty tunes. In the 1960's, I became very interested in radio. I loved listening to the pop stations playing music that I loved and hearing voices that made me believe that the world was a good place and fun place. Th

Jan. 17th - On This Day In Music

Here are a few things that happened in the music industry on Jan 17th. **1964, The Rolling Stones released their first EP, which included, ‘You Better Move On’, ‘Poison Ivy’, ‘Bye Bye Johnny’ and ‘Money’. It peaked at No.15 on the UK chart. **1966, NBC-TV in the US bought The Monkees series, placing it on their 1966 autumn schedule. The series centered on the adventures of The Monkees, a struggling rock band from Los Angeles, California and introduced a number of innovative new-wave film techniques to television. 1970, The Doors played the first of four shows at the Felt Forum in New York City. The shows were recorded for the bands forthcoming 'Absolutely Live' album.

Internet Radio is Becoming Mainstream

Here's an interesting article from Edison Research.Com regarding the increase and popularity of internet radio. The article in called "The Infinite Dial 2016." The title is so appropriate since there really is an infinite number of internet radio stations and an infinite variety of music to choose from. This is a good and bad thing. It's difficult to compartmentalize your radio station since your signal reaches the world as opposed to a particular area. Here's the article---ENJOY! Half of Americans Listen to Online Radio Weekly; Podcast Consumption Surges Powered in part by the ever-expanding proliferation of smartphones, digital audio behaviors such as listening to online radio and podcasts

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