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Bob Marley's birthday is a national holiday in Jamaica, and we'll celebrate his life and music this Friday on 105.5 Triple M.
Marley, who died of cancer in 1981, would have been 71 years old on February 6th.
Here are some things you may not...
When the band Alice Cooper was formed, they made some pretty great rock and roll albums. But as the 1970s progressed, something happened to the former Vincent Furnier.
He started showing his softer, more vulnerable side. His early fans would say that...
Weren't the 1980s great?
The song "We Don't Have to Take Our Clothes Off" by Jermaine Stewart made it up to #5 on the US charts in 1986, and was also a dance hit.
The song also was featured on the best police show about cops who...
What could make you feel warmer on a cold winter day than a guy who's named Randy Van Warmer?
This sad little song, "Jus When I Needed You Most", made it to #4 on the singles chart in 1979, and despite its gloomy tone was a popular song...
Glenn Frey was just 67 when he died Monday of complications from rheumatoid arthritis, acute ulcerative colitis and pneumonia. He was one of the founding members of the Eagles and had a successful solo career in the 1980s.
Here are a few more things...
R.E.M., the Athens Georgia college rock band that hit it big, is our Friday feature this week--and I dug up a few fun facts about the band that you might enjoy.
1. Their debut album, Murmur, was named the best an album of 1983 by Rolling Stone...
We're in the midst of a cold snap here in Wisconsin, so some wise guy chose the 1987 Buster Poindexter song "Hot Hot Hot" to feature for the World's Worst iPod.
Although a lot of people desperately wanted NOT to hear it, we played...
The world was shocked Monday morning when we learned of the passing of David Bowie. According to his publicist, Bowie died Sunday after an 18 month battle with cancer.
Bowie was a master of reinventing himself, and his music. And he also had a way...