Daily Archives: September 7, 2018

Hematite Friday Night – Ishpeming Hematites vs. Norway Knights 46 – 19

Ishpeming, MI – September 07, 2018 –  Ishpeming Hematites won their third game of the 2018 season on Friday night, defeating the Norway Knights by a score of 46 – 19.  The

New “Blue”: Paul Simon releases latest solo album, “In the Blue Light”

Legacy RecordingsPaul Simon's latest studio album, In the Blue Light, got its release Friday. The 10-track collection features new versions of some of the legendary singer/songwriter's favorite tunes from his

Goodbye, Elton John: His Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour kicks off this Saturday

Matt Baron/ShutterstockFarewell, Yellow Brick Road. On Saturday in Allentown, Pennsylvania, Elton John kicks off a three-year tour that he vows will be his last. Though the Rocket Man says

All you need is postage: John Lennon stamps unveiled in New York City

ABC RadioAs a kid, John Lennon collected stamps. Now, he's on one.

Today in New York's Central Park, the U.S. Postal Service unveiled the new John Lennon Commemorative Forever stamp

David Crosby releasing new album, “Here If You Listen,” in October; check out first single, “Glory”

BMGDavid Crosby has revealed full details of his upcoming studio album, which is titled Here If You Listen and will be released October 26. As Crosby previously revealed, the record was a

Remembering Moon the Loon: Who drummer Keith Moon died 40 years ago today

Michael Putland/Getty ImagesToday marks the 40th anniversary of the death of The Who's Keith Moon, widely considered one of the greatest drummers in rock history. Moon was just 32 years

The Ishpeming Hematites Stand at 2-0 Heading Into Battle with the Norway Knights Tonight on WRUP 98.3

Ishpeming, MI  –  September 7, 2018  –  The Ishpeming Hematites are home tonight to host the Norway Knights. Join Mike Plourde and Bob Nadeau for all of the Ishpeming Varsity Football action on

Been a long time: Led Zeppelin played its first concert 50 years ago today

Jorgen Angel/RedfernsFifty years ago today, September 7, 1968, the four members of the band that would become Led Zeppelin -- guitarist Jimmy Page, singer Robert Plant, bassist/keyboardist John Paul Jones and drummer

Paul McCartney and Jimmy Fallon surprise tourists at NYC’s 30 Rock

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Paul McCartney, who just released his latest album, Egypt Station, was Jimmy Fallon's guest on Thursday's The Tonight Show, and the two decided to surprise some unsuspecting fans riding an elevator

Paul McCartney releases latest studio album, “Egypt Station”; posts track-by-track commentary on YouTube

Capitol Records/UMePaul McCartney's latest studio album, Egypt Station, has arrived. As the former Beatles star explained in a press statement, the record is a based on the concept that "each song