Month: December 2017

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OF MICE & MEN’s AARON PAULEY Says Ex-Frontman AUSTIN CARLILE ‘Is Irreplaceable’ Read The Article

On this weeks RMR the guys celebrate the 11th annual Top Ten Countdown. Red and Jerry have come up with their top ten releases of 2017. You can tell by listening to this show. Who picks what songs for the weekly playlists. Also Red and Jerry want to Thank all of our listeners and affiliates! […]

Ray Thomas, a newly elected member of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and a founding member of and a songwriter, singer, flute player and all around good guy for The Moody Blues is celebrating his 76th birthday today. Some of his compositions are; “Another Morning” and “Twilight Time” (from Days of Future Passed), […]

WATAIN’s ERIK DANIELSSON Says ‘Trident Wolf Eclipse’ Album Is About ‘Predatory Instinct’ Read The Article

SLAYER’s KERRY KING Doesn’t Believe There Will Be More ‘Big Four’ Shows In The Future Read The Article

Grand Funk Railroad released their 2nd LP “Grand Funk” on Dec. 29, 1969. The album is also known as “The Red Album.” In making this record, the band and the producers concentrated more on Mark Farner’s guitar because of the imbalance the band achieved on their first album “On Time”. They felt that the bass […]

29th Dec 1980, American singer, songwriter Tim Hardin died of a heroin overdose. Hardin wrote the songs ‘If I Were A Carpenter’ (covered by Bobby Darin, Johnny Cash and June Carter, The Four Tops, Leon Russell, Small Faces, Robert Plant and Bob Seger,) and ‘Reason To Believe’, (covered by Rod Stewart). Hardin appeared at the […]

BRUCE DICKINSON: ‘Nazi Salutes Have No Place Whatsoever’ In Heavy Metal Community Read The Article Read The Article

OZZY OSBOURNE Performs BLACK SABBATH Favorites, Solo Classics With ROYAL MACHINES (Video) Read The Article

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