The Stones are still kicking (how I'll never know) and here comes their latest release just in time for their upcoming handful of dates and for the holidays. Will this be their last? The Beatles full record collection and efforts by Deep Purple and Peter Framton are also included in this week's spotlight...
While the rest of the world is glued to Election 2012 coverage, we want to focus on what may matter to you the most: The Music. Oldiez 96.1 wants to know who’s the biggest hit maker of all time, who should be the next President of Oldiez 96.1? Cast your vote with “Central New York’s Greatest Hit Maker Decision 2012”. Here's today's candidates.
Lets head back to September 4th of 1970. You’re just ending your summer vacation. This summer wasn’t as exciting as last years was. Last year you saw the moon landing, lived Woodstock, protested the Vietnam War, and ended a decade of incredible music. You need something to get you through this fall, and The Rolling Stones have your back.
One of the very best bands in rock and roll has to be the Rolling Stones. They have had tons of hits and keep on rockin' to this day. They have brought rock music some pretty amazing songs that seem to be just instant hits. Here at Oldiez 96.1, w
Everyone knows the Rolling Stones were influenced heavily by the blues, so their 1981 meeting with legendary bluesman Muddy Waters was a dream come true. On July 10, fans will get a chance see the collaborative performance as ‘Muddy Waters & The Rolling Stones: Live at the Checkerboard Lounge, Chicago 1981′ arrives in both CD and DVD form.
The Rolling Stones may be keeping quiet at the moment about their future plans, but that is apparently not to be taken a sign that the end has begun for the world’s most famous rock and roll band.
We’ve been closely following the news coming out about ‘All Is By My Side,’ the upcoming biopic about Jimi Hendrix, from the beginning of its filming to drummer Kenny Aronoff‘s work on the soundtrack to the lack of support given it by Hendrix’s estate.