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Saturday, January 31, 2009

The Rolling Stones on the next Vinyl Monday

Side One of It's Only Rock & Roll from '74:

If You Can't Rock Me

Ain't Too Proud To Beg

It's Only Rock & Roll (But I Like It)

Till The Next Goodbye

Time Waits For No One

Friday, January 30, 2009

Phriday Photo Phinish

SO: This is the brand new Tommie's Book Club bookmark.
Get 'em while you can at Hammes Notre Dame Bookstore in the Eck Center,
when you pick up February's Book Of The Month for 20% off!
Learn more at WAOR.COM

Shelby Fallin: Kid Reporter

Shelby's joining us this morning on the show.

Click here for her article from Scholastic!

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Pictures from the Book Discussion last night

BIG thanks to Hammes for being such gracious hosts.

And Then There Was One...

Lynyrd Skynyrd has lost another member. Piano player Billy Powell died yesterday morning at his home in a suburb of Jacksonville, Florida. He was 56. A survivor of the band's plane crash in 1977, Powell called 911 shortly before 1 am saying he was having difficulty breathing. His niece answered the door and had no idea why the paramedics were there until Powell called out from his bedroom. They performed CPR, but he was pronounced dead shortly before 2 am with the police saying he died of natural causes. Powell had an appointment with a cardiologist on Tuesday but never showed up. He underwent hip replacement surgery last May, and in the summer of 2006 he did a stint in rehab.
Skynyrd was scheduled to perform in Louisiana tomorrow night and Mississippi on Saturday, but those shows have been canceled.
Singer Johnny Van Zant told the Florida Times-Union, "You know, they say they've got one hell of a band up in heaven."
Gary Rossington, the last surviving member from the plane crash still with the band, has not issued a statement, but Van Zant says, "He's hurting. He was very sad and wondering why all us brothers are leaving him, why he's still here."
Skynyrd's tragic history started with the 1977 plane crash that killed singer Ronnie Van Zant, guitarist Steve Gaines and his sister, back-up singer Cassie Gaines. Guitarist Allen Collins died in 1990, bassist Leon Wilkerson in 2001 and guitarist Hughie Thomasson in 2007. Both Collins and Thomasson were out of the band when they died. Powell leaves behind a wife and four children.

Mrs. Lincoln: A Life

The author joins us this morning on the phone from Belfast, Northern Ireland at 830.

Tommie's Book Club at Hammes Notre Dame Book Store

It's a strange world when I'm considered a Special Guest...
A big thanks to Kristen, Julie, and the rest of the ladies at Hammes for putting on a great evening last night. Pictures coming soon.
And a reminder: February's book, "And Then We Came To The End" by Joshua Ferris, which is hilarious so far, is on sale for 20% off right now at Hammes, in the Eck Center on the ND Campus.
Give it a read and join us at the next discussion! And if you want to work ahead, March's book has already been selected, too!

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Taylor The Meijer Wednesday Weather Kid on WAOR

More than just adorable, Taylor did a fantastic job covering the weather for Gordy this morning as the Wednesday Weather Kid from Meijer and WAOR.

Hear her on the usPod - - - - >

If you'd like your kid to have a chance to win that Meijer Gift Card and do the weather for us one of these weeks, enter them at

Dart League, Week 3

Steve and Sherry were only toying with us, like cats with a couple of chubby mice.
We were lucky to steal the two wins we managed to get...
...which puts Team Tommie & The Bartender at 7-26 for the year.

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Tuesday Rock Roundup

Bruce Springsteen is back in stores today with his 16th studio album, Working on a Dream. He started recording the disc just as he was finishing 2007's Magic. Springsteen says that he had this song, 'What Love Can Do.' But the album was already sort of full and he said, 'This is one of those songs that sounds like the first song of the next record.' And Brendan O'Brien, the disc's producer said, 'Well, let's make another one.'" The album was recorded in bits-and-pieces during the Magic tour, and does feature the late E Street Band keyboardist Danny Federici, who died during that tour.

Paul McCartney is back in stores today with the CD version of a four-song live EP. Amoeba's Secret, previously released on vinyl, was recorded in June 2007 at LA's Amoeba Music store. The tracks are "That Was Me," "I Saw Her Standing There," "Only Mama Knows" and "C Moon." The show was one of three "secret" gigs McCartney did in June 2007 in support of his Memory Almost Full album.

In other Macca news, Paul says he hopes The Beatles can reach an agreement with Apple to make their songs available on iTunes, but it has to be a special deal. He tells Business 24-7, "It's the usual thing, when it's a Beatles deal. It's a big deal ­- it's not like we're just some new act. And when you're talking about iTunes, obviously we've got to get a great deal. I think we're right, because we're The Beatles!"

28 Metallica tracks (including "Fade to Black," "One" and "Sad But True") will be featured on Guitar Hero: Metallica due out on March 29th. And fans that downloaded the Death Magnetic album for Guitar Hero: World Tour for X-box and P-S-3 will be able play all 10 songs in the full game mode. Songs by other bands on Guitar Hero: Metallica include Alice In Chains' "No Excuses," Foo Fighters' "Stacked Actors," Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Tuesdays Gone," Queen's "Stone Cold Crazy" and System of a Down's "Toxicity."

Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason turns 65 today.

Cheap Trick has launched a YouTube channel featuring rare footage. The first clip is "Goodnight" filmed at the Budokan in Tokyo on their 1979 Dream Police tour. Access it at YouTube-dot-com-slash-CheapTrick.


Crosby, Stills & Nash Allies CD remastered reissue
Jefferson Starship Cavern Club, Liverpool, 2004 2 CDs
Marshall Tucker Band Love Songs CD
Paul McCartney Amoeba's Secret EP CD
Bruce Springsteen Working on a Dream CD
Brian Wilson That Lucky Old Sun DVD
Vicky Cristina Barcelona w/Penelope Cruz and Scarlett Johannson
Lakeview Terrace w/Ron Glass and Samuel L. Jackson DVD
Groundhog Day [Blu-ray]
The Bourne Trilogy is also on Blu-Ray now
Mary Poppins (45th Anniversary Special Edition) DVD
Open Season 2 DVD
The Love Boat - Season Two - Vol. 1 DVD
Cheers - The Final Season DVD

Monday, January 26, 2009

Previously on Lost...(I have to admit: I've never seen it, either...)

Heatherless Headlines

Friday, January 23, 2009

The Next Vinyl Monday: Genesis: Abacab, Side 1

Side One of Abacab, from 1981, will be spun Monday Morning at 9am:
No Reply At All
Me And Sarah Jane
Keep It Dark

Dave Mason Pics & Audio from his studio visit this morning...

Hear it on the usPod - - - - >
And see more pictures at our flickr page by clicking here.
Click here for Dave's cause, Work Vessels For Vets dot org
And click here for the website of his partner-in-crime, John Sambataro.

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Girl Scout PB Cookies Fine in Indiana

Heather @ MNC says:
You can go ahead and order your Tag-Alongs and Do-Si-Dos (doe-see-doe’s) from your favorite Girl Scout.

The bakers who provide the cookies for Indiana are assuring customers there is no concern with the peanut butter used in their products.

They say they don’t use peanut butter from the Peanut Corporation of America, which is at the center of a salmonella outbreak investigation.

My daughter, who sells them, will be happy to hear this...

David Letterman's Salute To Eloquence

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Author Richard M. Cohen on the show this morning

The husband of Meredith Viera, a well-respected and award-winning journalist, Mr. Cohen follows and details the lives of five people dealing with catastrohip illness, and their families.

You should read this book, it's an amazing story, told from the perspective of a reporter dealing with an illness of his own. Inspiring, and incredible. Read all about it at Tommie & Craig's Bookmobile. And hear our interview on the usPod - - - >

Dart League, Week 2

Last night was Night #2 of the WAOR/Press Box Dart League:
Our competition for the evening: Chris, Brenda, and the Amazing Pepto Darts!
The impossible game: I threw 280 points with my first six darts in the final game, which I eventually won (but it took forever after that)

The game that wouldn't end, Game 2

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

There's No One As Irish As Barack O'Bama

Can't embed it, so check it out here on YouTube...

Butch Morgan: Live From DC

Our 2nd District Democratic Party Chair spoke to us this morning, about 4 hours before the inauguration. Hear it on the usPod - - - >

Tuesday Rock Roundup

It was a Sunday, Happy Sunday for U2: Bono says their performance Sunday at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC as part of the inauguration celebration was "an unforgettable experience," adding that he'd love to play there every Monday night. U-2 did two songs -- "Pride (In the Name of Love)" and "City of Blinding Lights," which was one of the songs Barack Obama used during his campaign. The quartet's new single, "Get on Your Boots," was premiered on Dublin radio this morning, and is now available to hear on the band's website at
More than two decades after his tragic death in a Swedish bus accident, the life of Metallica bassist Cliff Burton will be memorialized in a book titled To Live Is to Die: The Life and Death of Metallica's Cliff Burton. Written by Joel McIver, the book will arrive on shelves in June. The foreword was written by Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett.
Former Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic was recently schooled by a child in a game of Rock Band Two. Novoselic says he tried to play Nirvana's "In Bloom" during a recent trip to a department store and couldn't keep up. He writes in his Seattle Weekly blog, "I knew the bass line to the song, of course, but I couldn't quite master this new, different way of playing it. The game reminded me of Space Invaders. I tried to hit the notes cascading down the screen, but could barely keep up." A frustrated Novoselic handed the controller to a kid who showed him how it was done. Novoselic says, "I handed it to him, and he proceeded to jam on the song and was really good. He had no idea that I was the musician he was emulating on the game, and I didn't tell him. Life goes on. I walked away."
Steve Van Zandt tells Esquire magazine that Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band have been asked to do the Super Bowl halftime show for "literally for 25 years -- since Born in the U-S-A. You can only do it once, I guess. You want to save some things." They will do it this year, February 1st in Tampa.
The Who "The Kids Are Alright" Special Edition DVD

Monday, January 19, 2009


Remember, but look forward...

Vinyl Monday: Rush, Moving Pictures, Side 1

The biggest album from my favorite band, who announced over the weekend that they'll have a third retrospective soon. Today, it's side 1 of Moving Pictures from Rush.
STILL not in the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame, which means it's STILL a joke to me...

Heatherless Headlines

Sunday, January 18, 2009

It was 20 below, but you came to Martin's. Thanks!

Click for pictures of some of the people who came out to try and get qualified for The Ultimate At Home Party For The Big Game, from Martin's, Pepsi Max (who provided free cans to enjoy) and WAOR!
MAN was it cold on Friday!!!

Friday, January 16, 2009

Phriday Photo Phinish

(fr. Gordon K.)

Mr. Science

School Closings

Click the bus for the list from our partners at WNDU.COM

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Churchill, Manitoba

As always, when the weather gets ugly here in South Bend, Indiana...I like to remind myself how much worse it could be. If I'd taken the job I'd had a chance at, at a radio station in Churchill, Manitoba. If I were still there a decade or so later...
Sunny. Wind northwest 40 km/h (25 mph) gusting to 60 km/h (37 mph) diminishing to 20 km/h (12 mph) this afternoon. High -29C(-20F). Wind chill -49.
Clear. Wind up to 15 km/h (9 mph). Low -33C(-27F). Wind chill -44.

Yep. I'll take our weather, thanks.


Pub-Corn is an Alcohol-Flavored Popcorn created by College Student & Entrepreneur Cary Silverman. Awesome. We thank him for joining us on the show this morning, which you can hear on the usPod - - - >
He's sending samples, so we'll be giving some away in the near future on WAOR!

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Presidential Inauguration Expert Book

Our thanks to author Jim Bendat for joining us this morning.
Hear him on the usPod
- - - >

Meijer Wednesday Weather Kid: Keithley

He was awesome! Hear him on the usPod - - - >
Visit WAOR.COM to find out how your kid can become the Wednesday Weather Kid on WAOR

R&R Hall Of Fame: Class Of 2009 (no Rush AGAIN!!!)

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame hasn't yet made its official announcement of the Class of 2009, but we've learned that Jeff Beck, Metallica, Run-D-M-C and Wanda Jackson have all gotten the call that they are in. And word on the street is that Little Anthony and the Imperials and Bobby Womack have also been elected. This will be Beck's second induction -- he went in as a member of The Yardbirds in 1992 and inducted Rod Stewart in 1994. He once told us he is not a fan of the hall, saying, "It's sort of a back-scratch mutual admiration society... I really don't see much sense in it. We don't need to be told how great somebody is and have them put in a museum." The induction ceremony will be held April 4th in Cleveland. This year's other nominees were Chic, The Stooges and War. --Sal Cirrincione, Premiere
Rush got snubbed again. Unfreakingbelievable...

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

The Dart League is BACK at The Press Box in Mishawaka...

...and here's Michelle and Corina, who handed our asses to us the first night back. Though it's worth noting that Craig won the first game of the night, and I even managed to eek one out too. So we sit at 2-9 for the season so far.

Come laugh at us, every Tuesday Night at 6 at The Press Box, 4th & Beiger, Mishawaka.

Pictures here.

Bonnie Raitt Tickets this week

All this week, play "Bonnie Raitt-ings" to win tickets closer and closer to the stage, leading up to another Front Row Friday with Tommie & The Bartender. We name two TV shows from a certain year, you tell us which had the higher ratings.

Bonnie's kicking off her North American Tour right here in South Bend on Friday, February 27th at 8pm. Tickets go on sale Friday at you're winning them before you can buy 'em this week. Registered members at WAOR.COM have a chance to be part of a special pre-sale on Thursday.

Tuesday Rock Roundup

Bruce Springsteen, Bono, John Mellencamp, James Taylor, Stevie Wonder and Sheryl Crow are among the musicians who will perform at the inauguration celebration concert for Barack Obama Sunday afternoon at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC. The president-elect and his family are expected to attend. HBO will air the show at 7 Eastern Sunday Night and will offer it free to non-subscribers.

Cars keyboardist Greg Hawkes has released an album of Beatles covers performed on ukulele called The Beatles Uke. Hawkes, who saw the Beatles in 1964 in Baltimore, tells the Boston Herald, "The ukulele is often remembered, and still regarded, as a jokey instrument at the top of the list. But I enjoyed Tiny Tim. He was very knowledgeable about the Tin Pan Alley composers and history of the songs."

Former Grand Funk Railroad singer and guitarist Mark Farner says he's now open to reuniting with the original members of the group after years of wanting to go at it as a solo artist. He says he's been trying to get drummer Don Brewer and bassist Mel Schacher to agree, but there has been no interest. Brewer tells us, "You know I would think if there was a huge dollar figure there for somebody by going that way I would think they'd come knocking on the door." Brewer and Schacher have been leading a new Grand Funk line-up since 2000 with former 38 Special singer Max Carl, former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick and keyboardist Tim Cashion. The original trio last worked together in the mid-'90s before Farner left to pursue his solo career.

Gene Simmons says KISS should have a new album out this summer. Paul Stanley will produce their first studio effort since Psycho Circus in 1998. In an interview with Canada's Sun Media, Simmons says they'll support the album with "a handful of shows just to keep in the game...maybe 10 (dates), some Canadian shows" followed by a full-scale tour that will keep them out for a year-and-a-half.


My Best Friend's Girl is new to DVD and Blu-Ray today. Dane Cook stars as a guy who rents himself out as a bad date to drive women back to their ex-boyfriends. Kate Hudson, Alec Baldwin and Jason Biggs co-star.

Mirrors stars Kiefer Sutherland as a security guard who is haunted by unexplained deaths at the hand of a demonic force.

The western Appaloosa stars Ed Harris and Viggo Mortensen as gunmen hired to protect a lawless town that's under the control of renegade rancher. Renee Zellweger and Jeremy Irons co-star.

A presidential election hinges on the vote of one apathetic guy in Swing Vote with Kevin Costner.

TV that's gone digital includes the second season of Matlock, the fifth season of Reba and the 10th season of Dallas.

Monday, January 12, 2009

Are you kidding me, San Diego?

THIS was your 3rd Quarter? You didn't deserve to beat the Colts...

Heatherless Headlines

Sunday, January 11, 2009

Led Zep Gets Physical on the next Vinyl Monday

The hard part was choosing which of the four sides we'd hear: by Physical Graffiti, Led Zep were already cemented as Legends. Spilling everything they had at the time into a double-studio-album made them Rock Gods.
I went with Side Two, so we'll get "Houses Of The Holy" (which was left of the previous album, though it still bore that name), "Trampled Underfoot" (one of my favorites), and "Kashmir" (which doesn't appear on Zep IV, despite what Fast Times At Ridgemont High tried to make us believe).
If you don't enjoy this, you're dead inside.

Friday, January 09, 2009

Phriday Photo Phinish

Thursday, January 08, 2009

Tommie's Science Corner: Mysterious Roar From Space

(story fr., Galactus from Some Dude's Blog)

Mystery Roar from Faraway Space Detected

No one's sure what causes it, but a team of astronomers has found a strange cosmic noise that booms six times louder than expected. The roar is from the distant cosmos.

Of course, sound waves can't travel in a vacuum (which is what most of space is), or at least they can't very efficiently. But radio waves can.

Radio waves are not sound waves, but they are still electromagnetic waves, situated on the low-frequency end of the light spectrum. Many objects in the universe, including stars and quasars, emit radio waves. Even our home galaxy, the Milky Way, emits a static hiss (first detected in 1931 by physicist Karl Jansky). Other galaxies also send out a background radio hiss.

But the newly detected signal, described here today at the 213th meeting of the American Astronomical Society, is far louder than astronomers expected.

They were initially looking for the faint hiss and heat measurements of some of the oldest stars, and were instead greeted by this loud roar from somewhere deep in space. Other radio galaxies also can't account for the noise – because there just aren't enough of them.

"We really don't know what it is,"said team member Michael Seiffert of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif. "This is what makes science so exciting. You start out on a path to measure something – in this case, the heat from the very first stars – but run into something else entirely, some unexplained."

Team Leader Alan Kogut of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. had the best comment: "The universe really threw us a curve," Kogut said. "Instead of the faint signal we hoped to find, here was this booming noise six times louder than anyone had predicted."

Wednesday, January 07, 2009

Pics from Spamalot and the Club Lasalle Roundtable Dinner


Lotsa calls this morning about Spamalot (a couple are on the usPod)...thanks for checking in about the show if you saw it.

If you didn't, it's here all week. Go.

Meijer Wednesday Weather Kid on WAOR - Alayna!

Alayna is 8 years old and she did a great job...check her out on the usPod - - - >

Tuesday, January 06, 2009

Christopher Gurr from Spamalot on the show today

Our sincere thanks to Sir Bedevere, Mrs. Galahad, and Concord for all joining us around 8:20 this morning.

Spamalot opens a limited engagement at the Morris TONIGHT, kicking off the 2009 Broadway Theater League season.


Hear the interview on the usPod - - - >

Read his interview with the SBTribune here.

Tuesday Rock Roundup

Birthday Boys: AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young is 56, Fabulous Thunderbirds singer-harmonica player Kim Wilson is 58 and Pink Floyd singer-guitarist Syd Barrett would have been 63 today.

Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson had a falling out when the Gloved One outbid him for publishing rights to The Beatles songs written with John Lennon. And if the London tabloid The Daily Mail is to be believed, Jackson is now considering returning the rights to McCartney -- as a bequest in his will. Paul of course has had nothing to say to his former friend and collaborator for years since Jackson outbid him, and The Gloved One reportedly wants to heal the rift. Jackson's annual royalties from the Lennon-McCartney catalogue are said to be worth 60-million dollars. Some of that, of course, is paid by Paul...whenever he performs one of the songs controlled by Jackson or includes it on a compilation. Like any artist, he has to pay Jackson to do so.

The medal of honor John Lennon returned to the British government in 1969 is back in the spotlight. 40 years after the outspoken Beatle sent the M-B-E back to Queen Elizabeth as a protest against British policies in Vietnam and Africa, it has been found at Saint James Palace in London, along with the letter in which John gave his reasons. The question is now where the medal goes next. Some Beatles fans in Britain would like to see it displayed at Lennon's childhood home, which was purchased several years ago by Yoko Ono, who then donated it to a national trust. There's also a suggestion it be given to the soon-to-open Museum of Liverpool. A spokesperson for Buckingham Palace said the medal remains property of John Lennon's estate. "It has been retained since the day Mister Lennon returned it, but in order to decide whether the medal could go on display in a museum, we would have to establish ownership first. It could be up to Yoko Ono as she is the custodian of John Lennon's estate." Yoko was unavailable for comment.

Eddie Van Halen is selling two of his cars -- a 1956 Chevy 210 and a '56 Chevy Nomad -- along with matching, one-of-a-kind E-V-H Brand "Wolfgang" guitars and a pair of red, white and black E-V-H striped sneakers. They'll go under the gavel during the 38th Annual Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona, January 11th to the 18th. The Nomad is restored to original specifications, and the 210 is a custom-built street rod with modern performance gear pumping out more than 600 horsepower. Van Halen says, "Out of all the cars I have owned over the years, I hung onto the '56 Sedan and Nomad because I was closely involved in restoring and building them, so they are very special to me. I almost hate to let them go, but I don't have the time to drive them." The cars, which will be sold with no reserve, can be seen on the Van Halen website. Dude: you're Eddie Van Halen. Make time...

The members of U2 seem pretty convinced that their new album, No Line on the Horizon, could be the best of their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame career. The Edge tells Q magazine, "I think we've learnt a few things over the years... I think it could be a bringing to bear of all those eureka moments from the past." Larry Mullen Junior adds, "I think there is experimentation in there, it's just a different animal. It's not quite what people would expect a U2 experimental thing would be. I mean, if you think of Zooropa, or Passengers, this is not that. This has got a lot of weight -- I think it's some of the best music we've ever written." No Line on the Horizon is due out March 3rd.

R.E.M. are taking a break for the first half of this year, but that doesn't mean they won't have new product out in 2009. A 25th-anniversary reissue of Reckoning is due in the first half of this year, and their manager Bertis Downs says, "There might also be some sort of live show digital release forthcoming."

Jon Bon Jovi is helping Hillary Clinton finally wrap up her presidential campaign. The Bon Jovi frontman is the headliner at a benefit January 15th at New York's Town Hall that's being called "a final evening in support of Hillary Clinton for President Debt Relief." Tickets for the show run from 75 to one-thousand dollars and go to paying down Clinton's six-million dollar campaign debt.

Bruce Springsteen is offering another free download from his new album, Working on a Dream, in stores January 27th. "Life Itself" is the second song made available through Amazon-dot-com following "My Lucky Day." The title track was made available on I-Tunes. "My Lucky Day" and "Born to Run" will be available as free downloads on the X-Box 360, PS3 and Wii versions of Guitar Hero: World Tour from January 27th to February 4th, three days after his appearance on the Super Bowl half-time show, February 1st in Tampa, Florida.


Sultans of Swing (Live in Germany) (2 CD Set) by Dire Straits
Battlestar Galactica - Season 4.0 DVD
Pineapple Express (Single-Disc Unrated Edition) DVD
Righteous Kill DVD (DeNiro/Pacino)
Bangkok Dangerous (Single-Disc Edition) DVD (Nick Cage)
Transformers: Season Two Cartoon DVD
And from the Unneccesary Sequel To An Unnecessary Sequel file...Behind Enemy Lines: Colombia, which has the balls to actually charge you 20 bucks to one you've ever heard of (except that Wrestling Dude)

Monday, January 05, 2009

Heatherless Headlines

Things to look forward to

Courtesy of Premiere: Here are some key dates to mark down for the first quarter of 2009...
January 5th: A-C/D-C kick off the second leg of their Black Ice tour in Cleveland.
January 12th: Metallica begin a new round of dates in Milwaukee.
January 27th: Bruce Springsteen releases Working on a Dream.
January 29th: The Pretenders hit the road in Albany, New York.
February 1st: Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band play halftime of Super Bowl 43 in Tampa, Florida.
February 2nd: Motley Crue's tour gets under way in San Diego.
February 8th: The 51st annual Grammy Awards take place in Los Angeles. The Eagles are up for four awards.
March 1st: Fleetwood Mac start their Unleashed tour in Pittsburgh.
March 2nd: Elton John and Billy Joel start their Face-to-Face tour in Jacksonville, Florida.
March 3rd: U-2 release their 12th studio album, No Line on the Horizon.
March 9th: The Allman Brothers Band kick off their 40th anniversary with the first of 10 shows at New York's Beacon Theater.

Friday, January 02, 2009

Phriday Photo Phinish

(courtesy of Heresy Bob who doesn't know I pilfered it)