Daily Archives: January 11, 2019

Ishpeming Hematites Boys Basketball (41) VS Westwood Patriots (49) on 98.3 WRUP

Ishpeming, Michigan – January 11th, 2019 – It was back to their home turf in Ishpeming as the Hematites battled their neighbors–the Westwood Patriots–in Ishpeming Friday night. Unfortunately, the Patriots defeated the

Lindsey Buckingham says Christine McVie told him Fleetwood Mac “wasn’t complete without” him

Credit: John RussoLindsey Buckingham revealed in a recent Twitter Q&A with fans that he's only had contact with one member of Fleetwood Mac since being fired from the band last year: singer/keyboardist

The Who’s Pete Townshend looks ahead and back at 2018 in New Year’s message to fans

Rick Diamond/Getty Images for The WhoAfter announcing -- via a new Rolling Stone interview -- that The Who plan to release a new album and launch a symphonic arena tour this year,

Megadeth announces “Warheads on Foreheads” greatest hits album

Credit: Jeremy SafferMegadeth will release a new greatest hits collection titled Warheads on Foreheads on March 22.

The compilation will feature 35 remastered tracks from throughout the thrash legends' career, handpicked by frontman

The Ishpeming Hematites Host The Westwood Patriots in Varsity Boys Basketball Tonight on WRUP 98.3

Marquette, MI  –  January 11, 2019  –  It’s a crosstown showdown on WRUP 98.3 tonight as the Ishpeming Hematites Boys Basketball Team hosts the Westwood Patriots. We’ll be live from the new

Star-studded concert film celebrating Joni Mitchell’s 75th birthday to be screened in theaters next month

Trafalger Releasing

This past November in Los Angeles, many big-name musicians came together to help Joni Mitchell celebrate her 75th birthday at a pair of tribute shows. Now, a concert film called Joni

The Who’s Townshend and Daltrey confirm plans for an orchestral arena tour and new album in 2019

Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagicOn Thursday, The Who's manager, Bill Curbishley, revealed in a BBC radio interview that the band was planning to tour and record a new album this year, and now Pete Townshend

Led Zeppelin’s self-titled debut album turns 50 on Saturday

Atlantic/Swan Song

This Saturday, January 12, marks the 50th anniversary of the release of Led Zeppelin's self-titled debut album, which introduced the world to arguably the most influential and beloved hard-rock band of

Could Elton John biopic “Rocketman” be the next “Bohemian Rhapsody?” Bernie Taupin says it’s “gonna be pretty special”

Taron Egerton as Elton John in Rocketman from Paramount PicturesAfter the surprise success of the 2018 Queen biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody, the next big music biopic on the horizon is Rocketman, which tells

Doctor blamed for Glenn Frey’s death wants proof he would’ve have earned millions had he lived

Don Arnold/WireImageEagles co-founder Glenn Frey died in January of 2016, but a lawsuit surrounding his death drags on.

Frey died of ulcerative colitis, pneumonia and other complications -- and according to Page Six,

Dave Grohl spills beer, chugs beer, falls off stage

ABC/Randy Holmes

Dave Grohl's 2019 didn't start off with the best of omens, as he fell off the stage during the first Foo Fighters show of the year -- though he barely missed

Prolific rock, R&B backup singer Clydie King, dead at 75

Michael Ochs Archives/Getty ImagesClydie King, the largely unknown singer whose voice you've heard on dozens of rock and R&B classic recordings, has died at age 75. Rolling Stone reports King's family

The Who’s manager says band will tour this year, has plans to record a new album

Rick Diamond/Getty Images for The WhoWho frontman Roger Daltrey recently told Billboard that he wasn't sure what, if anything, his band will be doing in 2019, but it appears that the