Tag Archives: music

Bob’s Birthday Bash

Dylan Fest at the Warwick Valley Winery Continue reading

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Red Rocks: Where the Venue Itself in the Show

The Beatles played here on their first American tour in 1964. Continue reading

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Nashville’s Legacy

The clothes they wore, the strings they plucked Continue reading

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What’s On My Radio Dial

I don’t believe advertisers are going to support the kind of radio I like to listen to. Continue reading

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History of Radio: How the Radio Changed My Life

The radio was my connection to a whole new world that wasn’t apparent in my home, in my town or in my school. Continue reading

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History of Radio: The Enemies of Good Radio

Radio has been a victim of big data long before anyone used that term. Continue reading

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History of Radio: Video Didn’t Kill the Radio Star After All

How radio reinvented itself and built new audiences. Continue reading

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History of Radio: More Big Voices

DJs who pioneered rock ‘n’ roll, freeform and microbroadcasting. Continue reading

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History of Radio: Thursday, Sept. 29, 1932

Rin Tin Tin, the Mills Brothers and Amos ‘n’ Andy Continue reading

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History of Radio: Music, Sports, News and More Music

When FDR made his 1941 ‘Day of Infamy” speech, 79% of American homes listened on radio. Continue reading

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