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Archive: Friday June 12, 2020

Be like Ringo!

Published 34 days ago by AJ Edmonds

While we can’t say that supporting 88.5 FM will make you a better drummer, singer or performer, it keeps the great music going. Yes, Ringo Starr is a proud supporter and friend of 88.5 FM and he has issued a challenge to YOU.

On Friday, June 12, starting at 6AM with the “Nic Harcourt Morning Show with Jet”, if 500 pledges are made before 7PM, Ringo Starr will be matching your donation to the Independent 88.5 FM!

If that is not awesome enough, You can even pick up the new Limited Edition “Peace, Love and Togetherness” Tote with a pledge of $100 or $8.85 monthly.

 

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ADVANCED MUSIC HISTORY Cheat Sheet for June 12

Published 34 days ago by Jim Nelson

BORN

 

BUN E. CARLOS of Cheap Trick
JOHN WETTON of Asia/King Crimson
KENNY WAYNE SHEPHERD of Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band/The Rides
PETE FARNDON of Pretenders

 

THIS HAPPENED

 

In 1965, The Supremes scored their fifth consecutive US #1 single — the first American group to accomplish this feat — when “Back In My Arms Again” went to the top of the charts.

In 1972, John Lennon and Yoko Ono released the politically oriented double-album Some Time In New York City.

 

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