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Paul McCartney Adds New Solo Album McCartney 111

Source: RTT Music News Beatles legend Paul McCartney has revealed the title and official release date of his new solo album. Titled McCartney III, the new collection will be a follow-up to McCartney II, released in 1980. The album was recorded in Sussex, England, over the past several months, as McCartney, like others, has been forced to quarantine himself due to the ongoing COvID-19 pandemic. "I was living lockdown life on my farm with my family and I would go to my studio every day," the 78-year-old singer shared in a statement. "I had to do a little bit of work on some film music and that turned into the opening track. And then when it was done, I thought, 'What will I do next?

The Debate, Fox Lies and Coming Out of Hell

I watched the debates last night with tightness in my chest. In my opinion the format of this debate was much better than the previous debate but the contention was up full throttle! Trump was fact checked and it was proven that almost every single word he uttered was an outright lie. Biden did a great job and showed empathy and understanding as well as outlined specific plans and a vision for the country. Trump offered nothing for the future and he is the reason we are in the midst of the worst pandemic and worst economy is a hundred years. Biden made a few mistakes but nothing in comparison to Trumps constant lies. All networks indicated that Biden clearly won the debate except FOX -- who

Elton John Settles Dispute with Ex Wife Renate Blauel

Here's the latest from RTT Music News. Elton John and his ex-wife Renate Blauel have resolved their legal dispute over Elton's autobiography and the film Rocketman. Blauel had sued Sir Elton in June, claiming he'd broken the terms of their divorce deal by discussing their four-year marriage, which ended in 1988. He made "repeated and flagrant" breaches of their divorce agreement in both his book and the Oscar-winning biopic, she alleged. In addition to seeking an injunction to prevent future disclosures, she also claimed damages and cost to the tune of £3.9 million. Blauel's lawyers said the disclosures caused her "depression and anxiety" and her condition was "exacerbated by press


Over the weekend, I watched the MSNBC special outlining President Obama's photographer Pete Souza's experience while at the White House. This was a sobering special showing a Presidents deep emotions such as worry, compassion, frustration, happiness, empathy and deep concern about American Citizens. This is a stark contrast of what we are experiencing today. We were bombarded with scandals, lies, deception, mockery, ignorance, diversion, division, conspiracy theories, white supremacy, racism and I could go on and on. We have been taken down to the depths of hell. The soul of America has been darkened and this dark cloud needs to be cleared before it sucks our democracy right out from under

The Weekend is Buzzing with Oldies

It's another weekend on Edgewater Gold Radio. It's a 60s and 70s weekend every weekend, all the time. Tonight at 5pm it's the 70's Party Train. Upbeat 70's music, great memories of that decade. Hop on board from 5pm - 9pm. If you remember those disco days of the mid 70s and early 80s, you'll love our classic disco show - Dance Fever 54 tonight from 9pm - 12 mid. All classic disco with no other dance music mixed in. Other stations dilute the disco sound but not at Edgewater Gold Radio -- only disco from 9pm - 12mid every Saturday. On Sunday's it's the Musical History tour with Ronnie Sevean. A little different from the music we usually play but a great free form rock show and Ronnie brings l

Rod Stewart Reveals How Scared He Was At His First US Show

Rod Stewart reveals the fear he had before his first U.S. show back in 1968 . Here's the latest from RTT Music News. Legendary British singer-songwriter Rod Stewart has recalled how frightened he was before his first U.S. show in a new episode of the "How to Wow" podcast. In February 1967, Stewart joined the Jeff Beck Group, guitarist Jeff Beck's new post-Yardbirds venture, as vocalist and sometime songwriter. During their first American show in 1968, Stewart says he hid behind the Grateful Dead's wall of amplifiers for fear of being branded a "fake" by the audience. "I was so nervous," he said of the show. "I always tried to sound like Sam Cooke, sound like a black singer, all my life.

Tik Tok Star's Impact on Fleetwood Mac's Dreams

Here's the latest from RTT news on the Tik Tok star that gave Fleetwood Mac's Dreams new life. Fleetwood Mac founder Mick Fleetwood appeared on a BBC interview on Zoom on Thursday (October 9) to thank TikTok star Nathan Apodaca (AKA @420doggface208) for making "Dreams" go viral. The video made a significant impact on "Dreams," earning the song its biggest ever week on streaming services. "One, we owe you," Mick told the Idaho native, whose serene TikTok video of himself lip-syncing to the iconic 1977 hit while riding a skateboard and drinking straight from a big carton of Ocean Spray cranberry juice, went viral and had been viewed over 34 million times on the platform. "It's such a cele

Internet Radio Operation Requires Work!

There are so many options when it comes to listening to music today. Thousands of selections and as Internet Radio and digital broadcasting continues to grow, broadcasters are faced with the daunting task of acquiring listeners. Don't expect a massive audience but rather work to gain a dedicated audience who will come back to your station and listen for a long time. I'm talking about at least an hour or longer. In addition to all of the promotion an operator needs to work into their schedule, operators must constantly provide interesting content, and make sure their systems are operating properly. I'll give you a look at what goes on behind the scenes here at Edgewater Gold Radio. The first

Musical Tribute to RBG

Here's an article by RTT Music News regarding a musical tribute to RBG. Michael Stipe, Hayley Williams, Phoebe Bridgers, Kesha, Margo Price, John Batiste, Kathleen Hanna and The Resistance Revival Chorus are all teaming up for a rally in tribute to late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The event, called Honor Her Wish, will be a virtual rally to "honor the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's life and legacy and demand the Senate honor her dying wish that her seat be filled by a new president." The event is scheduled for October 12 at 8 p.m. ET. It will coincide with the first day of Republican hearings to confirm Donald Trump's nominee to replace the legal and feminist icon o

Overcrowded Internet or Something Else?

Over the past several weeks, I've noticed that my stations Edgewater Gold Radio will periodically drop out for a second or two a few times throughout the day. There are no problems with the server, no problems with the system and really no problems with our cable system. So what's been causing this? My theory is this. The pandemic has forced millions of people to work from home and millions of kids to learn virtually. This is the only answer I could think of. I've noted the times that this mostly occurs. It's during the 9am hour, Noon hour and 4:00 hour. These are hours that seem to be have the most internet activity. There's more signing on and signing off and millions on the internet at t

Paul McCartney to Release a New Picture Disc

Paul McCartney to release picure disc later this year. Here's the story from RTT Music news. To mark the centenary of DreamWorks Animation/Classic Media's Rupert The Bear later this year, Paul McCartney will release a remastered version of his iconic 1984 Rupert-inspired song "We All Stand Together" on vinyl picture disc. Congratulating Rupert on his 100th birthday, McCartney said the great thing is he never looks a day older. "Having been a fan of his since my early days in Liverpool, I know what he means to generations of young and old kids. In his character and attitudes to the world, he sums up the best of British tradition and reminds us of an innocence we would all love to cheris

Heart Announces a First Ever Solo Album

Here's a story from RTT Music news regarding Heart's Nancy Wilson's first ever solo album. Heart's Nancy Wilson has announced that her first-ever solo album will be released next year. "Excited to announce that I will be releasing my first ever solo album in early 2021 on my new label, Carry On Music," Wilson said on Twitter, referring to her global label partner with whom she signed a contract this year. She added, "The journey starts with the release of my rendition of Bruce Springsteen's 'The Risin'" on October 23." "There have been so many times I was asked about when I would ever put out a solo album. Well, the time is now. Having been unable to tour and having spent so much time

Welcoming the Month of October

October is my favorite month of the year. Other than the fact that I was born in October, I love the change of seasons. Crisp Fall air, changing leaves, pumpkin, apple cider and a big relief that the hot sticky humid air is behind us. I enjoy the warmth from the fire place and being cozy and comfy at home. This week Edgewater Gold Radio is welcoming Fall by playing songs that were popular during the month of October during the 1970s. Our 70's Party Train Show will feature only October songs during the first hour from 5pm - 6pm. The rest of the show will feature all of the great music of the 1970's. Enjoy tomorrow's show and remember some of the great times of Fall during the 1970s. Edgewater

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