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Elton John Pushes for Accurate Portrayal of Sex and Drug Abuse in The Movie Rocketman

Rocketman will be coming to theaters very soon. Here's a look at what he said about the handling of sex and drugs in the movie. This is the actual RTT news article! Music legend Elton John says he pushed producers of his biopic Rocketman for an honest portrayal of his sex life and drug abuse. "Some studios wanted to tone down the sex and drugs so the film would get a PG-13 rating. But I just haven't led a PG-13 rated life," Elton wrote in a article for The Guardian. He added, "I didn't want a film packed with drugs and sex, but equally, everyone knows I had quite a lot of both during the '70s and '80s, so there didn't seem to be much point in making a movie that implied that after every gig,

Extended 60s and 70s Weekend

The Memorial Day weekend is here and that means the start of the Summer season, (Unofficially). Here in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.The parking meters go into affect tomorrow Friday, May 24th. (UGH!!) Edgewater Gold Radio is adding an extra day to our 60s and 70s weekend. We'll be playing all 60s and 70s Saturday, Sunday and Monday, Memorial Day this week. I will also be taking a day off on Monday so enjoy the music. I'll be back bright and early with weather, ferry schedules, music news and trivia on Tuesday, May 28th at 8:00am eastern time. So relax, enjoy your holiday weekend with Edgewater Gold Radio!

Edgewater Gold Radio offering Underwriting

Edgewater Gold Radio has been on the air for over 17 years playing the best variety of oldies from the 50s through the 80s. We have a worldwide reach and our audience continues to grow day by day. We would like to offer our audience a chance to promote their business on our station. We will be offering underwriting announcements beginning on June 1, 2019. Businesses will be able to sponsor an hour of broadcasting during our prime listening hours. We are offering great weekly and monthly rates with the option to include a banner ad for your business on our website. Email: murphmac@aol.com and we'll send you a rate sheet.

We Want To Be Your Summer Station

Summer is at our doorstep and music always provides a soundtrack during this time. Summer means vacations, time with family and friends and a time to be yourself! As you strolled along the beach in the 60s and 70s, you heard radio's blaring everywhere! Some of our favorite memories are those of Summertime. Today, we don't hear radios blaring on the beach anymore. In fact, the beach can be a very quiet place. We access music much differently than in the "good ole days!" Edgewater Gold Radio wants to preserve all of the great memories of Summer with the music we play and our presentation. We are asking listeners to submit their favorite Summer songs. We'll be playing them all Summer long! Sub

Doris Day Dies at 97

American actress Doris Day, whose wholesome screen presence stood for a time of innocence in '60s films, has died at the age of 97, her foundation has said. The Doris Day Animal Foundation confirmed the legendary Hollywood star died early on Monday at her Carmel Valley home in California. Day, who starred as Calamity Jane in the 1953 film, was surrounded by close friends and "had been in excellent physical health for her age, until recently contracting a serious case of pneumonia". She was known for her honey-voiced singer and actress whose film dramas, musicals and comedies made her a top star in the 1950s and '60s and among the most popular screen actresses in history. Day's lilting voice,

The Who's Tommy Orchestral' Album To Release Next Month

If you're a fan of The Who's Tommy, this may interest you. The 1969 rock opera became iconic! Re-live some of those moments through the release to The Who's Tommy Orchestral album. Here's the story from RTT news. The Who lead singer Roger Daltrey has announced the album, The Who's Tommy Orchestral, will be released on June 14. The album features Roger Daltrey performing the 1969 rock opera with members of The Who and an orchestra conducted by Keith Levenson. Recorded in Budapest and Bethel in upstate New York, the scene of the first Woodstock festival, the album was produced by Daltrey and Levenson. It features the core band of Simon Townshend - vocals & guitar, Frank Simes - guitar, Scott D

Problems Still Plaguing Woodstock 50

You know sometimes it's better to leave things as they are. The original Woodstock in my opinion was an event that could never be re-created. First of all we're in a totally different time period. The Iconic times of the late 60s can never be recreated. Music has radically changed and so has our culture. Why try to re-create it? Anyway this is my opinion ----some things just need to be left alone. . Here's the latest saga from RTT music news. Woodstock 50 co-founder Michael Lang has alleged that former investor Dentsu "illegally swept approximately $17 million from the festival bank account, leaving [the festival] in peril." Lang has sent a five-page note detailing the relationship with Ampl

Fun, Music and Memories

Edgewater Gold Radio plays the best variety of oldies that date back to the 50s and include the 60s 70s and 80's. Radio used to be fun to listen to. That's all but gone now. I strive to preserve those great radio memories from days gone by. Years ago, we didn't need visuals to keep us engaged. We used our imagination. When I listened to radio in the 60s and 70s, I wouldn't only enjoy the music. It always felt like the DJ's were having a great time. I imagined what was going on in the studio. I always felt positive and if I did feel down on a particular day, radio would be my pick me up! Radio would echo on the beaches, in the parks from the cars on the highways , everywhere! Even though ther

The Who Rehearing for New Tour

The Who are beginning rehearsals for their Moving On tour. Read the whole story plus see the schedule dates from RTT News. Rock icons The Who have begun rehearsals for their upcoming Moving On! Tour and have posted a video on their official YouTube channel showing them rehearsing for the trek. "Rehearsals for the 2019 Moving On! Tour have begun and Brian Kehew is on hand to record it all. Check out his Backstage Blog on The Who's official website http://thewho.com," the Who tweeted. In the two-and-a-half-minute video, Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend and others practice a few of the band's songs including, "5:15" and "The Punk and the Godfather" from Quadrophenia, and "See Me, Feel Me," from T

Join Us For The Music of The 60s and 70s Plus Classic Disco

We've been playing only 60s and 70s music on weekends for quite some time now and are thrilled with the response. Our weekend audience has increased significantly. These decades were "key" for baby boomers. I just discovered pop music in the early 60s. I remember going to the beach, out with my friends, to school on family outings with this great music as a backdrop. In the seventies, I recall great times with college friends and also discovered disco and how much I enjoyed going to the clubs and listening to that pulsating beat. Edgewater Gold Radio has added classic disco to our weekend lineup. Starting at 7pm every Saturday night it's pure disco until midnight! Lots of fun and memories ev

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