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Fox Blox: October 23rd

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Something for the ladies... Read more...

This Day in Music History: October 23rd

1999: Santana reached the top of the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart for the first time with “Smooth” a duet with Matchbox Twenty singer Rob Thomas which spent twelve weeks at number one. Read more...

Fox Blox: October 22nd

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In honor of tonight's World Series Game 2...baseball themed songs Read more...

This Day in Music History: October 22nd

1998: Bob Dylan performed a sold out concert in his hometown of Duluth, MN at the Duluth Entertainment Center. It was Dylan’s first concert in many years near his hometown of Hibbing. Read more...

Fox Blox: October 21st

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Today in 1975, Elton John received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Read more...

This Day in Music History: October 21st

2011: Free and Bad Company singer Paul Rodgers became a Canadian citizen during an hour long ceremony at Central City tower in Surrey, BC. Rodgers has been married to former Miss Canada Cynthia Kereluk since 2007. Read more...

This Day in Music History: October 20th

2001: The Concert for New York City took place at Madison Square Garden. Many of the attendees were families and members of the New York Fire & Police Departments. Some of the artists that appeared included Paul McCartney, The Who, David Bowie, Elton John, Eric Clapton, Bon Jovi, James Taylor, Billy Joel and John Mellencamp. Read more...

Fox Blox: October 17th

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Cover songs by some of the Fox superstars Read more...

This Day in Music History: October 17th

2000: Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi released his debut solo album Iommi which featured guest appearances by Queen guitarist Brian May, Nirvana drummer/Foo Fighters singer & guitarist Dave Grohl, Billy Idol, Cult singer Ian Astbury & Iommi’s Black Sabbath bandmates Ozzy Osbourne & Bill Ward. Read more...

Fox Blox: October 16th

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October 16th, 1972: A very sad day in the Rock Era--the members of one of the greatest groups in history--Creedence Clearwater Revival, announced they were breaking up. Read more...

This Day in Music History: October 16th

2006: CBGB, the legendary New York club credited with discovering The Ramones and Patti Smith closed. Smith performed the venue’s final concert the prior evening. Read more...

Fox Blox: October 15th

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Today back in 2006, famed punk venue CBGB closed its doors forever.  Read more...

This Day in Music History: October 15th

1996: Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee was charged with misdemeanor battery for an incident on September 30, 1996 where Lee allegedly pushed aside a cameraman trying to film him and then-wife Pamela Anderson as they left a club in West Hollywood. Read more...

Fox Blox: October 14th

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The 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Nominees were announed earlier this month. Read more...

This Day in Music History: October 14th

2007: Ted Nugent made a voice cameo on The Simpsons where he was on the phone telling a prisoner voiced by Steve Buscemi to vote no on a fictional proposition that banned crossbows in public schools, a jab on Nugent’s political stance. Read more...

Fox Blox: October 13th

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Welcome to ROCKtober Week 3! Read more...

This Day in Music History: October 13th

1998: The Crossroads Center opened in Antigua. The addiction recovery center was underwritten by Eric Clapton. They offer a 29 day recovery program for $9,000.


1992: The U.S. Supreme Court turned down a request to reinstate a lawsuit against Ozzy Osbourne charging him with encouraging two teenagers to commit suicide.

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Fox Blox: October 10th

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Today is David Lee Roth's 60th birthday. Read more...

This Day in Music History: October 10th

1998: Kiss entered the Billboard 200 Album Chart at its chart peak of number three with Psycho Circus which was marketed as the first studio album by the original lineup in nearly twenty years. It was later revealed that all of the original members only played together on one song, “Into the Void”.


1995: Peter Frampton released the long awaited follow-up to his record-setting live album released 19 years earlier. Its title: Frampton Comes Alive II.

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Fox Blox: October 9th

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Today would be John Lennon's 74th birthday. Read more...

This Day in Music History: October 9th

2008: Prior to the start of the Toronto Maple Leafs-Detroit Red Wings game, Def Leppard performed at Detroit’s Fox Theatre nearby & singer Joe Elliott received criticism by many NHL fans for placing the Stanley Cup upside down. 


2001: Bob Dylan was refused backstage access to his own concert at the Jackson County Exposition Center in Medford, OR for not presenting his pass. Dylan requested tighter security during this tour & the guards that didn’t recognize him were thrown out.

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Fox Blox: October 8th

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In 1977, Steve Hackett announced he was leaving the group Genesis for a solo career. Read more...

This Day in Music History: October 8th

1989: After Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood alleged that The Who only reformed for money, Pete Townshend said “Mick needs a lot more than I do. His last album was a flop.” in reference to the Stones’ Dirty Work released three years earlier.


1988: Def Leppard reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart for the first and only time with “Love Bites” which was their fifth single off of their album Hysteria. The song spent one week on top of the chart.

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Fox Blox: October 7th

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Toto releases their first single "Hold the Line"  Read more...

This Day in Music History: October 7th

2004: Motley Crue guitarist Mick Mars underwent hip replacement surgery at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.


1998: Ozzy Osbourne, Elton John, Meat Loaf & Joe Strummer of The Clash were among the guest stars on South Park. They appeared as musicians whose careers were boosted by Chef’s advice & played a benefit concert for him.

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