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Fox Blox: October 1st

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Happy ROCKtober! Read more...

This Day in Music History: October 1st

2005: Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley joined Pearl Jam onstage during their concert at the Borgata Events Center in Atlantic City for a rendition of Neil Young’s “Rockin’ in the Free World”. Read more...

Fox Blox: September 30th

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This Day in Music History: September 30th

1998: ZZ Top bassist Dusty Hill, Cheap Trick guitarist Rick Nielsen, Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash, Ramones singer Joey Ramone, Megadeth singer & guitarist Dave Mustaine, Joe Walsh & Matthew Sweet made cameo appearances on The Drew Carey Show.


1993: George Harrison and David Crosby made guest appearances on the season premiere of The Simpsons’ fifth season, which featured Homer Simpson in a barbershop quartet that made several references to The Beatles throughout the episode.

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Fox Blox: September 29th

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Last night in 1972, David Bowie sold out his first show at New York's Carnegie Hall Read more...

This Day in Music History: September 29th

2003: Ozzy Osbourne announced that he was writing a Broadway musical based on the life of Russian monk Rasputin.


1997: Don Henley was awarded a National Humanities Medal by President Bill Clinton for his role in advancing environmental causes. 

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Fox Blox: September 26th

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This Day in Music History: September 26th

1999: Deep Purple played at London’s Royal Albert Hall accompanied by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.


1997: Bryan Adams taped his appearance on MTV Unplugged at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City. The concert featured students from the Juilliard School being conducted by Michael Kamen.

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Fox Blox: September 25th

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Remembering John Bonham Read more...

This Day in Music History: September 25th

2006: Steven Tyler made a cameo appearance on Two and a Half Men playing himself as a noisy, obnoxious neighbor. 


1993: Nirvana were the musical guest on the season premiere on Saturday Night Live where they performed “Heart-Shaped Box” and “Rape Me”.

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Fox Blox: September 24th

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Celebrate the first week of Oktoberfest Read more...

This Day in Music History: September 24th

1998: Steven Tyler threw out the first pitch at the Montreal Expos-St. Louis Cardinals baseball game at Busch Stadium in St. Louis.


1998: Former Guns N’ Roses drummer Steven Adler was sentenced to 150 days in jail for two counts of battery & probation violation from a conviction the previous year. 

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Fox Blox: September 23rd

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Today Bruce Springsteen turns 65! To celebrate... Read more...

This Day in Music History: September 23rd

2010: Heart guitarist & singer Nancy Wilson filed for divorce from her husband of 22 years, film director Cameron Crowe. Wilson cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for the divorce & listed June 15th, 2008 as the separation date.


2006: Neil Young received the Artist of the Year award at the fifth annual Americana Honors and Awards in Nashville. Young was honored for his album Living With War which criticized the policies of George W. Bush’s presidential administration.

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Fox Blox: September 22nd

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Today in 1967, The Beatles appeared on the cover of Time Magazine. Read more...

This Day in Music History: September 22nd

2010: Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler joined American Idol to be a judge for its tenth season which began the following January.


2005: Jimmy Page was made an honorary citizen of Rio de Janeiro for his work in helping its street children. In 1998, Page opened Casa Jimmy which had supported over 300 children.


2003: Jon Bon Jovi & Richie Sambora were announced as co-owners of the Arena Football League expansion team the Philadelphia Soul.

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Fox Blox: September 19th

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Steely Dan is playing the first of three nights at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester tonight. Read more...

This Day in Music History: September 19th

2003: Cream bassist Jack Bruce underwent a liver transplant after being diagnosed with liver cancer earlier in the summer. He went on to make a full recovery.


1994: The Stone Temple Pilots began a then-record fifteen weeks run on top of the Billboard Album Rock Tracks Chart with “Interstate Love Song”.

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Fox Blox: September 18th

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In 2003, Robert Duvall received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Today's Fox Blox theme is Song about Hollywood Stars and Celebrities. Read more...

This Day in Music History: September 18th

2008: Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder released the single “All the Way” a tribute to the Chicago Cubs. Vedder wrote the song after baseball hall of famer Ernie Banks requested that Vedder write a song about the Cubs. 


1983: Kiss appeared without makeup in public for the first time when they were on MTV to promote the release of their latest album Lick It Up.

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Fox Blox: September 17th

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In 1967, The Doors performed on the Ed Sullivan Show. Read more...

This Day in Music History: September 17th

2003: David Lee Roth injured himself onstage during a concert in Philadelphia while performing a complicated 15th-century samurai move with a staff hit Roth in the face. Roth needed 22 stitches to his face and cancelled the seven remaining dates of his tour.


1997: Fleetwood Mac kicked off their 37-date reunion tour to coincide with the 20th anniversary of Rumours at the Meadows Music Theatre in Hartford, CT.

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Fox Blox: September 16th

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Today is Magician David Copperfield's 58th birthday so... Read more...

This Day in Music History: September 16th

2006: Bob Dylan reached the top of the Billboard 200 Album Chart for the first time in 30 years with Modern Times which spent one week at number one. 


2005: During a Motley Crue concert at the Phillips Arena in Atlanta, Vince Neil slipped off stage & ripped a calf muscle five songs into their set. They made up the concert in March 2006.

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Fox Blox: September 15th

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Today's Fox Blox theme is Songs with Numbers. Driven by McMahon Ford Read more...