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Peter Cetera has announced he will perform with his former band mates at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Join me and a few guest hosts as we take your calls about Chicago's induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the band performing together again.
April 18, 2013 the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame welcomes the following inductees:
HEART, Lou Alder, Quincy Jones, Albert King, Public Enemy, Randy Newman, Rush and Donna Summer.
I talk to Alan White of the legendary band YES about going to the Hall of Fame ceramony to support his friends HEART and I talk to Roger Fisher of HEART about being in the class of 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Roger is spending a lot of money taking friends and family to this once in a lifetime event....find out how much it costs to be a rockstar!
in Rock Music
Celebrate the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of fame Class of 2015. Amy Beth pays tribute to:
Ringo Starr, The 5 Royales, Lou Reed, The Paul Butterfiel Blues Band, Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, Green Day, Bill Withers and Joan Jett & The Blackhearts.
We also serve up our For Your Consideration Wish List for 2016.From Carly Simon to America, The Steve Miller Band to Joe Cocker, some classic artists have yet to be inducted into Rock’s hallowed hall. Have a favorite who’s been snubbed?
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On this episode we discuss the hiring of Phil Jackson as the president of the Knicks. The Browns signed running back Ben Tate, I'll tell you why I'm not in love with it and Gene Simmons lead singer of rock group Kiss says non rock artist should'nt be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Text us at 216 200 8685, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Subscribe to the show on Itunes and catch us on Sticher Radio.
On March 15th, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will induct its class of 2010. Every year there are deafening complaints from rock fans about the bands that receive this recognition, many of whom are critical favorites that didn't get much fan support, while so many legendary bands that fans actually like get passed over year after year. So this year, to mark the occasion, we at Long Live Rock took a poll in which real rock fans - not elitist New York critics - voted for the bands they wish would get inducted. On the night before the induction ceremony we will be counting down our Top 10, along with commentary from some music industry insiders, and interviews with some of the band members of our Top 10 as to how the nomination and voting process works, and why it tends to exclude popular success. We'll also be taking listener calls, so call in and celebrate or debate the bands our listeners have chosen!
With the release of the next Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Nominees, the Timmons Brothers reveal a list of names that could be labeled a Who’s Who in Rock ‘n’ Roll and all the artists share a common bond of not being inducted into its Hall of Fame. Although the number of artists not inducted is too numerous to give them their due in one show, the two rock historians (David and John) will explore voting patterns, possible biases (and some may be surprising), the philosophy of defining a Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame, and other music related hall of fames. The artists being ignored span four decades and include Paul Anka, Connie Francis, the Moody Blues, Paul Revere and the Raiders, Chicago, Grand Funk Railroad , Jethro Tull, ELO, Kool and the Gang, and you are encouraged to call in with others. While the topic stirs debate, this program will be a catalyst to continue the discussion.
It's peace, love and rock & roll as we celebrate the history of rock and contemporary music on Thursday, May 31 from 9-10 pm EST on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show! We're joined by Rock And Roll Hall of Fame Curatorial Director Howard Kramer for an hour of fascinating discourse on the museum's new Grateful Dead exhibit and, of course, the legendary monument to culture that is the rock genre. Ever wondered who found the handwritten lyrics to the Beach Boy's God Only Knows? Curious as to the difference between a game show contestant and someone who lives on PB&J and a solid beat? Join us for all this and more on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds.
It's peace, love and rock & roll as we celebrate the history of rock and contemporary music on Wednesday, May 30th from 3-4 pm EST and Thursday, May 31 from 9-10 pm on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show! We're joined by Rock And Roll Hall of Fame Curatorial Director Howard Kramer for an hour of fascinating discourse on the museum's new Grateful Dead exhibit and, of course, the legendary monument to culture that is the rock genre. Ever wondered who found the handwritten lyrics to the Beach Boy's God Only Knows? Curious as to the difference between a game show contestant and someone who lives on PB&J and a solid beat? Join us for all this and more on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds.
The Allah Team Radio presents: “The History of the FOI Series”
"An Interview with NOI Pioneer and Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Bro. Norman (Thrasher) Muhammad"
Norman Muhammad grew up in Detroit 1930's as the nephew of Jessie X Thrasher the FOI Drill Instructor under NOI Founders Master Fard Muhammad and the Hon. Elijah Muhammad.
His early Detroit friendships included the likes of Malcolm X, Yusef Shah and his next door neighbor was Barry Gordy the future founder of Motown.
In the 1950s Norman was part of the Doo Wop scene and managed and eventually joined Hank Ballard & the Midnighters who created the monster hit and dance craze "The Twist".
In this interview, Mr. Muhammad will reveal the Nation of Islam and his relationship ties to Sam Cooke, Etta James, Nat King Cole, Joe Louis, Little Richard James Brown, Joe Tex and many others including Martin Luther King and Muhammad Ali, as well as his becoming a Record Executive and charting the success of acts such as Barry White, Melba Moore and Ramsey Lewis…and much much more including his relationships with the Hon. Elijah Muhammad, Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali, Imam W.D. Mohammed and the Hon. Min. Louis Farrakhan.
Norman Thrasher was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2012 alongside his fellow Muslim Brother and Midnighter Bro. Captain Abdul Bin-Asad (Lawson Smith) who became the Southern Regional Captain of the Nation of Islam in the 1960s/70s.
Prepare to take a ride through memory lane with this Great Pioneer! Join us!
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Travel Brigade rolls into Cleveland for a visit to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum on the shores of Lake Erie. We’ll also stop by The Cleveland Museum of Art where admission to the world-class collection is always free. Other highlights included the Great Lakes Science Center, various neighborhoods throughout the city and the Christmas Story House where Ralphie nearly shot his eye out. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @TravelBrigade.
On this episode of Speak On It, B. Chad will discuss the huge impact hip hop has had in the Black community in the last three decades and the role it now has in the continued struggle for social justice! He will also honor the legacies of rap icons such as N.W.A. who will be the fourth rap group to be inducted into the Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame this year and Run-D.M.C. who will be the first rappers to receive the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award this year! Listen in, call in, and speak on it!
in Pop Culture
While earning a degree in economics at the University of Michigan, Jesse Frohman picked up a camera and never put it down. When he returned home to New York, he had no formal training or experience, but he did have a portfolio of platinum prints, which caught the interest of legendary photographer Irving Penn, who hired Jesse to manage his studio.Jesse has photographed countless celebrities and still lifes.His work is also in many private collections. Jesse lives and works in New York. And whilst he may have shot everyone from James Brown to Woody Allen, The Stroke to Diane Von Furstenberg for Vogue, Vanity Fair and Rolling Stone, it’s his iconic portraits of Kurt Cobain, shot in New York in 93 that linger longest in the memory. One of Kurt’s last ever photoshoots before his untimely passing. It’s now being commemorated by ONETSHIRT for a new capsule collection On the 20th anniversary of his death, a powerful portrait of Kurt Cobain and Nirvana including many previously unpublished image taken during their last formal photo shoot . In August 1993, when Nirvana was in New York to perform at the legendary Roseland Ballroom, Jesse Frohman photographed them for the London Observer’s Sunday magazine Over the course of ninety photographs, Cobain seems an almost feral creature, by turns gentle, playful, defiant, suffering, or absorbed in his music. There’s a diverse range of shots of Cobain with fellow band members Krist Novoselic and Dave Grohl and on his own, posing, performing, and greeting fans. Jon Savage’s original interview, which appeared with Frohman’s photographs in the Observer is also reproduced, giving us Cobain in his own words. The book is a touching tribute to Cobain twenty years after his tragic demise, and following Nirvana’s recent induction in to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The book contains 90 illustrations, 25 in color.
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