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Graveyard Radio, WU's biggest hit sensation is coming at ya Live THURSDAY NIGHTS at Midnight EST 11:00PM central.  Hosted by King Outlaw, Queen Stephers, and  Dr Pain, you never know what they might dig up. 
 
Tonight we honor the memory of one taken far too soon from us.  Shannon Hoon (September 26, 1967 – October 21, 1995) was an American singer-songwriter and musician. He was the frontman and lead singer of the band Blind Melon until his death from a cocaine overdose in 1995.  Blind Melon is mainly known for their hit No Rain, but had several other singles as well...  Tones of Home, I Wonder, Dear Ol Dad, Change, and Galaxie.  They appeared on a rock compilation for School House Rock, performing Three is a magic Number and were on a Led Zeppelin Tribute Album, performing Out on the Tiles.  They performed all around the world opening for Soundgarden, John Mellencamp and Neil Young to name just a couple and even played at Woodstock ‘94.  Shannon can also be heard on the Guns N Roses track Don’t Cry and is even in the video.  Hoon was buried in under an epitah drawn from the lyyrics of his first song, ‘Change:' "I know we can't all stay here forever, so I want to write my words on the face of today. And they'll paint it."   He is buried in Dayton Cemetery in Dayton Indiana
 
Take part in our "How Well Do You Know Your Hosts?" Game.  Which hosts picked which song for our show?  If you guess correctly you will win 100K.  We will also have a few other of your favorite segments.
 
Do you have what it takes to dethrone our GraveYard Radio Champion?  Come out and see who has the balls to take on Judgement this week.  You never know what we might unearth at the dead man's party, so be sure you tune in to find out

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