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We liked the same music, we liked the same bands, and we are so excited to welcome Tom Cunningham to the 1071 The Boss airwaves to host the new show, “Springsteen on Sunday,” every weekend from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. The weekly two-hour show digs deep into Bruce Springsteen’s expansive catalog, with a mix…Learn More
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Steven Tyler is the latest rocker to check out Bruce Springsteen’s Broadway run, and it was a big hit with the Aerosmith frontman. “The man is a genius,” said Tyler in a video caught by a fan. Tyler caught Springsteen on Broadway after the weekend, then enjoyed the sunshine in Central Park on Sunday. Also…Read More
New Jersey–you’ve got another thing coming! Judas Priest is hitting the road with Deep Purple, and are scheduled for two shows in the Garden State! Priest and Deep Purple are launching co-headlining North American tour this summer, and will land at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel on September 6 and the BB&T Pavilion…Read More
Record Store Day may be over, but Poison is still celebrating the magic of vinyl by celebrating the 30th anniversary of the release of their album, Open Up and Say…Ahh!. The band has re-released the album–originally released on May 3, 1988–on 180-gram red and green vinyl. The reissue also features the album’s then-controversial cover, showing…Read More