Daily Archives: January 2, 2019

The Ishpeming Hematite Boys Basketball (76) Team Defeats the Hancock Bulldogs (48) in First Game of 2019 on 98.3 WRUP

Ishpeming, MI – Wednesday, January 2nd, 2019 – Both the Ishpeming Hematite boys basketball team and the Hancock Bulldogs were having a tough start to the year. However, Ishpeming was coming off

Heart’s Ann Wilson honors Chris Cornell with video for “I Am the Highway” cover

Kimberly Adamis; ABC/Randy HolmesHeart's Ann Wilson has released a video for her recent cover of Audioslave's "I Am the Highway," recorded in honor of the late Chris Cornell.

The spacey clip features

Paul McCartney kicks off 2019 by releasing new single, “Get Enough”

Captol Records/UMePaul McCartney followed an eventful 2018 by releasing a brand-new song titled "Get Enough" on New Year's Day. The track, which was co-written and co-produced by OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder,

Queen’s Brian May releases new solo single celebrating the New Horizons space probe’s historic journey

Duck Productions Ltd.Queen guitarist Brian May started the New Year with a big bang, so to speak, by releasing his first solo single in more than 20 years, "New Horizons (Ultima Thule

The Ishpeming Hematites Host Hancock Bulldogs in Boys Basketball for First Game of 2019

Ishpeming, MI  –  January 2, 2019  –  The Ishpeming Hematites boys basketball team is back for their first game of the new year! Tonight the boys will host the Hancock Bulldogs in

The Moody Blues’ Justin Hayward to launch short 2019 US tour after headlining On the Blue Cruise

Credit: Marta SzczesniakJust like his Moody Blues band mate John Lodge, Justin Hayward has plans to take part in a special cruise event early this year and follow it with a brief

Lou Gramm says he’s played his final solo show

Rick Diamond/Getty Images for IEBALou Gramm has played his final solo concert.

The 68-year-old former Foreigner frontman made the announcement at the end of his show last Saturday night at Proctors in Schenectady,

Listen to new music: The Doobie Brothers’ Tom Johnston says band hopes to release four or five new songs in 2019

Credit: Andrew Macpherson2019 has just begun, and with the New Year comes word that The Doobie Brothers are preparing their first original songs since their 2010 studio album, World Gone Crazy.

Singer/guitarist Tom