Daily Archives: March 1, 2018

Ishpeming Hematites Boys Basketball takes the win over the Escanaba Eskimos (66-60) on 98.3 WRUP

Escanaba, Michigan– 03/01/2018– The Ishpeming Hematites Boys Basketball team traveled to Escanaba to take on the Eskimos in their last regular season game of the year. These two teams have not played

Steven Tyler to perform at 24th Celebrity Fight Night charity event

Kevin Winter/Getty Images via ABCAerosmith's Steven Tyler is among the stars who will perform at the 24th installment of the Celebrity Fight Night charity event, taking place at the JW Marriott Desert

Jon Bon Jovi admits he didn’t know “a thing” about wine before he and son launched their new rosé

L to R: Jesse Bongiovi, Jon Bon Jovi, Gerard Bertrand (David Fritz Goeppinger)Jon Bon Jovi has officially graduated from wine consumer to wine maker. This week, the singer launched his new

Three limited-edition David Bowie vinyl releases to be available on Record Store Day

ParlophoneThe full official list of Record Store Day 2018 releases will be announced on Tuesday, March 6, but in advance of that comes word that three limited-edition vinyl offerings from David

Neil Young and Robert Plant headlining second annual Arroyo Seco Weekend festival in June

Courtesy of GoldenvoiceNeil Young and Robert Plant are among the artists set to headline the second annual Arroyo Seco Weekend festival, scheduled for June 23-24 outside of the Rose Bowl

Stone Temple Pilots would’ve “put a fork in it” if they didn’t find the right lead singer

Credit: Michelle ShiersThis spring, Stone Temple Pilots will release their first album with new lead singer, one-time X Factor contestant Jeff Gutt. The band introduced Gutt last fall, nearly two years

Ozzy Osbourne & Zakk Wylde send swag to Canadian robbery victim

Credit: Mark WeissLast winter, Canadian resident Josh Cook's car was stolen while he was delivering pizzas. When he found it later that weekend, the vehicle was damaged beyond repair. His

Robert Plant to chat and perform on “The Late Late Show” tonight

Credit: Mads PerchRobert Plant will wrap up his North American tour in support of his latest solo album, Carry Fire, with a show this Friday at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles.

The Zombies’ Rod Argent says touring without late bassist Jim Rodford will be “odd” and “hugely sad”

The Zombies, with late bassist Jim Rodford on left (Andrew Eccles)The Zombies launched a new U.S. tour Tuesday in New York City, marking the first time since they re-formed in the