Bret Michaels will be here in Wichita at the Hartman Arena TOMORROW!! Thats right! Playing all his Poison Hits and songs from his Solo career. It will be up close and personal show. Tickets are still available at stage1tickets.com But why not just listen to Me for the rest of the day and try to get free ones. Every hour on the hour during my shift I will be giving them away. So be sure to be tuned into 104.5 The Fox between 10a-3p TODAY!! Thanks for Listenin !! Hope to see you at the show
David Gilmour will join Roger Waters at one show on the U.K. leg of The Wall tour. The elaborate show will play for six nights at London's O2 Arena in May and it will hit the Manchester MEN Arena on May 20 and 21. "I think it's beginning to look now as if he'll [Gilmour] do one gig," Waters said, according to NME. "He'll do 'Comfortably Numb' at one gig. It's a big secret when." In an interview with Sky News, Waters added that the tour, which sees a 240ft-wide and 35ft-tall wall being dismantled throughout the show, will most likely be the last time he does anything of a similar scale. "Constructing something like this indoors - I'll probably never do anything this big again, the technology of projection we've used in this show is breathtaking," he said.
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Paul McCartney has reportedly recorded guest vocals for actor Steve Martin's new Bluegrass album, according to NME. Martin's second album, Rare Bird Alert, is due in June. His first effort was The Crow: New Songs For The 5 String Banjo in 2009.
George Thorogood and The Destroyers will release a new album titled 2120 South Michigan Avenue on July 12. The album features Thorogood’s rocking turn on a number of Blues classics, including songs by Willie Dixon, Muddy Waters, Bo Diddley, Chuck Berry, Howlin' Wolf and Buddy Guy, as well as originals written by Thorogood, producer Tom Hambridge and Richard Fleming. The album's featured guests include Buddy Guy and Charlie Musselwhite.
Will The Kinks finally get back together after teasing a reunion for years? If Ray Davies is to be believed, it may happen very soon. "I’m seeing Dave next week," Ray Davies told Rolling Stone in a new interview. "I hear that Dave is saying stuff in the press like, 'I’ll do it, but Ray doesn’t want to do it.' This is me saying, 'Ray will do it if Dave does it.'" The Davies brothers were previously contemplating a tour back in 2004, but then Dave Davies was sidelined by a stroke, from which he has fully recovered. "Our plans always weave in and out of peoples' health trauma," Dave said. "A reunion is possible. There's nothing in the pipeline yet, but we'll see. It's possible."
John Lennon's handwritten lyrics for the song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" will soon be up for sale. Auction house Profiles In History said that it expects the draft lyric sheet to sell for more than $200,000 next month in Beverly Hills, according to a Reuters report. The sheet contains the opening lyrics for the song and a rough sketch of four people in a room with windows draped in curtains. The draft "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" lyrics will be sold on May 14 and 15 at the Saban Theater in Beverly Hills.
BOB SEGER DATES FOX LISTENERS! Event Venue Date/Time Bob Seger Bridgestone Arena (Formerly Sommet Center) Nashville, TN Thursday 4/21/2011 7:30 PM Bob Seger Greensboro Coliseum Greensboro, NC Saturday 4/23/2011 8:00 PM Bob Seger Verizon Arena (formerly Alltel Arena) North Little Rock, AR Tuesday 4/26/2011 7:30 PM Bob Seger Bank Of Oklahoma Center Tulsa, OK Thursday 4/28/2011 7:30 PM Bob Seger Toyota Center - TX Houston, TX Saturday 4/30/2011 8:00 PM Bob Seger New Orleans Arena New Orleans, LA Tuesday 5/3/2011 7:30 PM
A Willie Dixon blues song from 1961, this has been covered by John Hammond Jr. and Howlin' Wolf, among others. The Doors decided to cover this after their guitarist Robbie Krieger heard John Hammond Jr.'s version.