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Why June 11th Matters in Rock History | Real Rock 105.7

Find out how Metallica made history on this day in 1996.

Why June 10th Matters in Rock History | Real Rock 105.7


By Dave Basner
Jun 10, 2021
ORLANDO, FL - NOVEMBER 12: Jack White of The Raconteurs performs at Orlando Calling Music Festival - Day 1 at Florida Citrus Bowl on November 12, 2011 in Orlando, Florida. (Photo by Scott Legato/WireImage)
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In 1981,

Why June 9th Matters in Rock History | Real Rock 105.7


Mick Hucknall in London. It happened at a hotel bar where Liam, who at the time was 25, approached Mick, who was celebrating his 38th birthday. Gallagher took issue with some things Mick said about the band in a recent interview and berated Hucknall. Mick threw Liam against a wall and security broke them up.
And that’s what happened today in rock history.
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Why June 4th Matters in Rock History | Real Rock 105.7


Ronnie Lane died at his home in Colorado at age 51. The rocker died from multiple sclerosis, which he suffered from for 20 years. 
In 1993,
Kurt Cobain was arrested after a dispute at his home in Seattle. The disagreement allegedly was over the Nirvana singer’s collection of firearms.
In 1966,

Why June 5th Matters in Rock History | Real Rock 105.7


The
Rolling Stones played their first-ever live show in America when they kicked off a North American tour in San Bernardino, California in support of their first album,
The Rolling Stone.
In 1977,
Alice Cooper’s boa constrictor, which appeared in his live act, suffered a fatal bite from a rat it was having for breakfast.
In 2002,

Why can't I get stuck behind this car in traffic???

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This Week's Weird News 6/4/21 | Real Rock 105.7

Revelations concerning the forthcoming Pentagon UFO report, a teenager who saved her dogs from a bear, and an 'alien entity' spotted in India were among the strange stories to cross our desk this week.

Why June 3rd Matters in Rock History | Real Rock 105.7


And in 2006, for the second week in a row, the
Red Hot Chili Peppers had the number one album in the country with
Stadium Arcadium. The record also topped the charts in the U-K.
And that’s what happened today in rock history.
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Vince Neil's 1st Post Pandemic show did not go well...


frontman Vince Neil
returned to the stage this weekend for his first post-pandemic show, and things did not go well. 
Vince had trouble getting through his set at the Boone River Valley Festival in Iowa, where he mostly performed Crüe classics. Reports suggest he struggled with his voice, which sounded particulary bad during “Dr. Feelgood.” Things only got worse when he tried to perform the
Beatles’“Helter Skelter” and forgot the lyrics and couldn’t hit the notes.
Vince finally gave up after trying to perform “Girls, Girls, Girls,” and walked off the stage, telling the audience, “I'm sorry, guys. It's been a long time playing — my f—ing voice is gone, adding, “We love you and we'll hopefully see you next time, man."

"Wedding Crashers" Sequel w/Original Cast Starts Filming In August | Real Rock 105.7

The sequel to 2005's Wedding Crashers not only has the green light but starts filming in August. Owen Wilson, Vince Vaughn, Rachel McAdams, Isla Fisher and Will Ferrell have all signed on to return.

Why June 2nd Matters in Rock History | Real Rock 105.7

Find out why Franz Ferdinand frontman Alex Kapranos was suspected of being a spy.

Woman Pushes Bear Off Of Fence In Backyard For The Win! | Real Rock 105.7

The fact that this woman hauled ass out of the house to push a big ass bear off of a fence makes her a superstar! Never mind that she has 1000 dogs that were taunting the bear, she was protecting her family!

Why June 1st Matters In Rock History | Real Rock 105.7

So many great albums came out on this day, plus find out who got hitched and who had a kid!

Guns N' Roses We're F'N' Back Tour | Real Rock 105.7

Guns N' Roses are heading out on tour with special guest Mammoth WVH to PNC Arena Raleigh 9/29/21

Chicago Mayor Lightfoot: June 4th Is "Rise Against Day" | Real Rock 105.7

Four days until we get to buy the new Rise Against record Nowhere Generation! The band formed in Chicago in 1999 and have been crushing bad ass music ever since. Mayor Lori Lightfoot is calling June 4th "Rise Against Day" in Chicago as they drop their 9th record.

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Why May 28th Matters In Rock History | Real Rock 105.7


In 2004,
Patrick Matthews walked out on the band halfway through the middle of the first song during a gig in Sydney, Australia. Matthews was angry with singer
Craig Nicholls for calling the crowd “sheep” and shouting at them in frustration after asking them to stop talking during the music. Matthews never returned to the group.
In 1977,

This Week's Weird News 5/28/21 | Real Rock 105.7

Possible thermal images of Australia's Bigfoot, a 9/11-themed bar, and a man in Spain who died inside a dinosaur statue were among the strange and unusual stories to cross our desk this past week.

Why May 27th Matters In Rock History | Real Rock 105.7


By Dave Basner
May 27, 2021
In 1963,
The Free wheelin’ Bob Dylan.
In 1977,
The
Sex Pistols released “God Save the Queen” during Her Majesty’s jubilee celebrations. The record was promptly banned from British airplay. 
In 2001,
Lateralus.
In 1994,
The Eagles played their first show in 14 years. The two-and-a-half-hour gig took place in Burbank, California and featured two encores.
In 2006, for the first time in their 22-year career, the
Red Hot Chili Peppers scored a number one album with
Stadium Arcadium.
Gregg Allman, a founding member of
The Allman Brothers Band died due to complications of liver cancer. Allman passed away at the age of 69 in his home in Savannah, Georgia. 

Why May 26th Matters In Rock History | Real Rock 105.7

Find out what band David Bowie saved from a break-up on this day in 1972!

Want to See How Dirty Your Earbuds Are? | Real Rock 105.7

Want to See How Dirty Your Earbuds Are?

Previously Unreleased Song Between Slash and Chester Bennington Surfaces | Real Rock 105.7


By Klinger
May 25, 2021
When GNR bad ass Slash was recording his solo record back in 2010 he collaborated with a superstar list of incredible musicians. Chester Bennington and Slash recorded a song called Crazy that, until now, had been unheard. For whatever reason Linkin Park pumped the brakes on having this song released at the time so Slash re-recorded the song with Lemmy Kilmister from Motorhead and called it Doctor Alibi.
This is only a 60 second clip but it is incredible to hear the voice of such an missed singer. If you're not an owner of Slash's solo record Slash, it is a must buy as it includes Ozzy, Iggy Pop, M. Shadows and Chris Cornell to name a few!

Why May 24th Matters In Rock History | Real Rock 105.7


Whatever People Say I Am That’s What I’m Not. The event also saw
Amy Winehouse win Best Contemporary Song for her hit single, “Rehab.”
In 1975,
Earth, Wind and Fire had their first and only number one song when “Shining Star” topped the charts.
And in 2005,

Postponed Again! Rammstein North American Tour Will Arrive In 2022 | Real Rock 105.7


By Klinger
May 24, 2021
Rammstein just postponed their North American tour until 2022. Like many bands, Rammstein wants to play it safe b/c of Covid. This certainly puts a wrinkle in plans for sure but if you've already got a ticket, it will be valid for next year.
You can imagine all of the moving parts of putting a stadium tour together, ultimately safety is priority number one. As fans of live music, their is no lack of good news! Between now and the end of the year loads of bands will gas up tour busses and pull trailers filled with bad ass instruments so we can get back to seeing shows.

Why May 19th Matters In Rock History | Real Rock 105.7


By Dave Basner
May 19, 2021
In 1976,
In 1979,
Supertramp had the number one album with
Breakfast in America. It was the group’s only record to top the charts and featured the hits “The Logical Song,” “Goodbye Stranger” and “Take the Long Way Home.”
In 2000,
Dickey Betts would not be part of their upcoming tour due to “creative differences.” He would never return to the group.
In 1986,
So.

18 Things You Might Not Have Known About Chris Cornell


Temple of the Dog, but there was a lot more to him than that. Here are 18 things you might not have known about the late singer:
1. Chris’s real name was
Christopher John Boyle.
3. Cornell had five siblings: two older brothers and three younger sisters.
4. Chris was a loner and, while rock music helped him with his anxiety around others, during his teenage years he went through a severe depression, dropped out of school and rarely left his house.
5. Before becoming a rocker, Chris worked at a seafood wholesaler and was a sous chef at a seafood restaurant.
6. In the early 80s, Chris was part of a cover band called

Why May 17th Matters In Rock History | Real Rock 105.7


And in 1990,
Nirvana played the last date of a North American tour in Boise, Idaho. The gig was the final one drummer
Chad Channing played with the group. After playing on
Bleach, Chad chose to leave the band due to creative differences. He was replaced by
And that’s what happened today in rock history.
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Why May 14th Matters In Rock History | Real Rock 105.7


By Dave Basner
May 14, 2021
It’s May 14th and here are some reasons why this day matters in rock history:
In 1988, the Atlantic Records 40th anniversary celebration held at New York’s Madison Square Garden saw the surviving members of

Why May 12th Matters In Rock History | Real Rock 105.7


Houses of the Holy.
In 1983,
In 2006,
Dave “Brownsound” Baksh announced he was leaving the band to pursue a metal direction with his group,
Brown Brigade.
In 1989,
Beach Boys Concert, the band’s first number one album.
And in 2011,

Why May 5th Matters In Rock History | Real Rock 105.7


George Harrison,
Dick Rowe, the head of A&R at Decca Records went to see
The Rolling Stones play at a club in London. He signed them to his label days later.
In 1969,
In 1970, the
And that’s what happened today in rock history.
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Oh S***! Godsmack Moved Studios To Florida To Start Work On New Record | Real Rock 105.7


Por Klinger
May 5, 2021
Add Godsmack to the list of bands who are working on a new record this year to drop in 2022! After buying a house in Florida, Sully Erna moved their studio from Massachusetts to work on the new music. Why the move? He was just over all of the crap related to the pandemic and wanted a fresh start for the band, his family and his mindset.
Talk about a band that stays on the gas. When Legends Rise came out 3 years ago and I, too, love that record. Bulletproof is sick and Unforgettable continues to rip it down. And if we're talking about bands who are in the studio making new music, Shinedown is working on SD7 in Charleston.

Why May 4th Matters In Rock History | Real Rock 105.7

RIP MCA, who passed away on this day in 2012.

Why May 3rd Matters In Rock History | Real Rock 105.7


ChicagoVIII. It marked their third number one.
And that’s what happened today in rock history.
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This Week's Weird News 4/30/21 | Real Rock 105.7


By Tim Binnall
Apr 30, 2021
An alleged interview with Sasquatch, a 'crab humanoid' caught on film, and a UFO landing case wherein a chupacabra seemingly exited the craft were among the strange and unusual stories that captured our attention this past week.
One of the more curious UFO cases to cross our desk in quite some time occurred this past week by way of Bolivia where several witnesses saw a mysterious craft land in a field and subsequently release some kind of creature that they likened to the infamous chupacabra. The jaw-dropping incident took place in the town of Monteagudo when residents spotted an odd halo of light descending from the sky. Upon landing, they say, a one-foot-tall being with large eyes exited the craft and began running down the street frightening children before vanishing into the night. Fortunately, the 'visitor' did not return, though that does leave one wondering where it might have gone.

Man Popped At JFK For Smuggling 34 Birds Tucked Inside Hair Curlers | Real Rock 105.7


By Klinger
Apr 28, 2021
All he wanted was some financial gain! Francis Gurahoo flew from Guyana to JFK while smuggling 34 singing birds stuffed inside of luggage. Can you imagine when he was randomly selected for a search? Hell yeah authorities found all of the singing finches each inside its own hair curler.
Francis told the police that each bird could potentially sell for $3k. Bird singing competitions are big business in Brooklyn and Queens and are based on how many chirps they can chirp in a minute. My man had his family post his $25k bail after being charged with unlawful smuggling. I totally understand the stress he must have had during the flight. I've been super nervous before sneaking a bottle of sauce past TSA! Dreamland BBQ sauce is the best!

Why April 27th Matters in Rock History | Real Rock 105.7


In 1994,
Chicago VII. 
In 1999, British band
The Verve, best known for their song “Bittersweet Symphony,” announced that they had split up. They’d reunite in 2007 for a year before hanging it up again.
In 1981,

Dog Outruns Leader In Track Relay Race For The Win! | Real Rock 105.7


By Klinger
Apr 27, 2021
The 2021 Grizzly Invitational in Logan, Utah had a 4-legged winner in one of the relay races. Gracie Laney from Logan High School was leading the final leg of the 4x200 relay when she felt something running up behind her. Turns out it was a dog named Holly that decided she wanted to run the race too!
Gracie ended up winning the race but was surprised to see the dog cross the finish line before her.
Um Klinger, why are we talking about this? Because dogs rule!

VIDEO: Theresa talks with Amy Lee, Co-Founder Of Evanescence | Real Rock 105.7


Apr 27, 2021
Amy Lee and her band, Evanescence, have released their first new album of original material in almost a decade. Theresa talks with Amy Lee, Co-Founder Of Evanescence about being voice twins, recording and producing during the pandemic, and the new album 'Bitter Truth'.

Logano flies, Gas Cans go for a ride and 'MERICA all happening at Talladega


Joey Logano gets some frequent flier miles...
Errrr, somebody forgot something...

Why April 26th Matters in Rock History | Real Rock 105.7

Find out why it was a good day for Sammy Hagar and Van Halen on this day in 1986.

KORN: Monumental. Streams. This. Saturday. Night. | Real Rock 105.7


By Klinger
Apr 22, 2021
It is almost time to get our live music fix on with Korn! The band is setting up shop on the set of Stranger Things: The Drive-Into Experience in LA on Saturday for their global streaming event. The band has promised they're going deep into their list of songs and will also give us the sounds of their current record The Nothing too.
Do we really want to be double fisting beers standing right in front of the stage as KORN brings the fire? Hell yeah BUT this will work until bands start to hit the road again on the regular.

Rob Zombie To Reboot "The Munsters" | Real Rock 105.7


By Klinger
Apr 20, 2021
I am a long time fan of Rob Zombie on and off the stage. Behind the camera he's made some badass scary movies: 3 From Hell, Halloween and House Of 1000 Corpses to reel off a few. He's been given the green light to reboot The Munsters and the rumor is that it will stream on Peacock.
Zombie will once again stack the deck with his go-to stable of actors. Herman Munster will be played by Jeff Daniel Phillips and Rob Zombie's wife, Sheri Moon Zombie will be cast as Lily Munster. Elvira, Mistress Of The Dark, real life name Cassandra Peterson will also be in the reboot! Rounding out the cast is Richard Brake, Dan Roebuck and Jorge Garcia.

Why April 20th Matters in Rock History | Real Rock 105.7


Courtney Love was mentally stable and help resolve a dispute over who owned the rights to
Nirvana’s recordings. The pair called Love “irrational, mercurial, self-centered, unmanageable, inconsistent and unpredictable” and said a contract was invalid because Courtney was stoned when she signed it.
And that’s what happened today in rock history.
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Newlyweds Love Metal Use Napalm Death As First Dance Song | Real Rock 105.7

They love death metal and celebrated that love using "You Suffer" by Napalm Death as their first dance song. It may be a quickie from Napalm Death but was perfect for the newlyweds who don't care for dancing, love death metal music, and wanted to stick with tradition!

Why April 19th Matters in Rock History | Real Rock 105.7


And in 1980,
R.E.M. played their first gig as R.E.M. It took place at Athens, Georgia’s 11:11 Koffee Club in front of 150 people and the show ended when police shut it down since the venue was unlicensed.
And that’s what happened today in Rock History.
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WATCH: Before Cancel Culture Existed, Celebs Got Banned from SNL | Real Rock 105.7

WATCH: Before Cancel Culture Existed, Celebs Got Banned from SNL

'Crescendo On Wisconsin' Seeks Help for Struggling Entertainment Industry Workers | 105.7 WAPL


Crescendo On Wisconsin, a statewide campaign committed to helping struggling Entertainment Industry workers stay safely in their homes by providing emergency energy and rental assistance during these difficult times.
The entertainment and hospitality industry has been one of the sectors hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic. Across the country, indoor music venues have faced capacity limitations making it impossible to remain open, while outdoor music events with large gatherings of people were canceled in an effort to curb the spread of the infectious disease.
Drastically reduced performance opportunities brought the industry to a screeching halt.
The Crescendo On Wisconsin Campaign is reaching out to provide a hand up by assisting entertainment industry workers (artists, musicians, stage and sound crew, venue workers, etc.) with obtaining much-needed financial assistance for keeping a roof over their heads or their heat and power on.

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