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December 1 - 15, 2015


These are the scripts Joe Benson used on the air at 100.3 The Sound (KSWD) in Los Angeles. They all received final editing by Jan Benson, without whom the task would have been far too daunting. Remember to give credit where credit is due, and enjoy!


December 1, 2015


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Doors drummer John Densmore and singer Eric Bloom of Blue Oyster Cult are both 71.
100.3 The Sound's own Mark Thompson is 60 (or 16?)


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On this day in 1957, The Ed Sullivan Show featured Buddy Holly & The Crickets and Sam Cooke's television debuts.

On this day in 1968, Big Brother & the Holding Company performed for the last time with Janis Joplin, who then split for a solo career.

On this day in 1971, John Lennon and Yoko Ono released "Happy Xmas (War is Over)" in the States.

On this day in 1973, Aerosmith's first release of "Dream On" only peaked at #59 on the singles charts. The second release two years later made it up to #6.

On this day in 1976, the Eagles released the most successful album of their career, "Hotel California." It eventually spent eight weeks at #1 and sold over 16 million copies.

On this day in 1980, Talking Heads began their first big U.K. tour at London's Hammersmith Palais, supported by a very young Irish quartet known as U2.

The Uncle Joe Show Menu

Tuesday 12/1/15


10 At 10: 1969
Uncle Joe's Lunch Box (with Petersen Automotive Museum Private Grand Opening tix!): 12:30pm
The Story - Ken Scott/David Bowie: 1:30pm
Laughter At 45 After - Maria Bamford: 4:45pm & 6:45pm
Laughter At 45 After - Late Night Round Up: 5:45pm

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Too Much Sab

Did you ever work like crazy to finish a project only to find it wasn't due? Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi has. The recent cancer survivor was writing like a madman before the band decided not to make a follow-up to their very successful "13" album. Tony says, "I wrote a whole load of stuff for another album, and we met up in L.A. but the others ... well, [bassist] Geezer [Butler] didn't particularly want to do another album." Wonder if any of those songs might show up on an Ozzy Osbourne solo album?

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It was Clarence Darrow who said: "History repeats itself. That's one of the things wrong with history."

It was Edmund Burke who said: "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing."

It was Katharine Whitehorn who said: "From a commercial point of view, if Christmas did not exist it would be necessary to invent it."

It was Oscar Wilde who said: "A little sincerity is a dangerous thing, and a great deal of it is absolutely fatal."

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Three Quickies

There are only four words in the English language which end in "dous": tremendous, horrendous, stupendous and hazardous.

The average person (living outside of Southern California) will spend two weeks over their lifetime waiting for the traffic light to change. Southern Californians spend that much time every month just waiting to get clear of the on ramp!

If we had the same mortality rate now as in 1900, more than half the people in the world today would not be alive.


December 2, 2015


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Doobie Brothers/Steely Dan alum Michael McDonald is 63.
Def Leppard bassist Rick Savage is 55.
Britney Spears is 33, very rich and occasionally available.

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On this day in 1967, The Beatles' "Hello Goodbye" entered the singles charts on its way to three weeks at #1.

On this day in 1978, in the process of selling three million copies, Styx's "Pieces Of Eight" album peaked at #6 on the charts just as Eric Clapton's "Backless" was beginning its run to #8.

On this day in 2014, Bobby Keys, the esteemed saxophonist known for his extensive work with The Rolling Stones, died of cirrhosis of the liver in his Tennessee home. The 70-year-old shared both an appetite for danger and a birthdate with Keith Richards and was still touring with The Stones up until a few months before he died. Born in Texas, by the time Bobby turned 16, he was touring with his neighbor, Buddy Holly. During the next 55 years, Keys' extensive recordings included work with Eric Clapton, Joe Cocker, George Harrison, Lynyrd Skynyrd and John Lennon.

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This Sunday night at 8pm on 100.3 The Sound of Los Angeles, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson will feature the music of Pink Floyd and more of Joe's conversation with drummer Nick Mason as well as guitarist David Gilmour and bassist Roger Waters. Check out this preview!

The Uncle Joe Show Menu

Hump Day 12/2/15


10 At 10: 1984
Uncle Joe's Lunch Box (with Petersen Automotive Museum Private Grand Opening tix!): 12:30pm
The Story - Ann Wilson/Heart: 1:30pm
Laughter At 45 After - Greg Behrendt: 4:45pm & 6:45pm
Laughter At 45 After - Late Night Round Up: 5:45pm


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Teen Cancer America

Who frontman Roger Daltrey — long a major patron of the U.K.'s Teenage Cancer Trust charity — has recorded a new version of his bandmate Pete Townshend's 1980 song "Let My Love Open The Door" as part of a new sponsorship agreement for the Teen Cancer America charity. Roger says, "In the States, 30 young people a day are diagnosed with cancer, and they're either put in a hospital with children or with older people. But we're fixing it. We can bridge the gap and create places for treatment where they can be young people first and cancer patients second." Check out LetMyLoveOpentheDoor.com for details on this excellent cause. Right so!

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It was Coach John Wooden who said: "The star of every successful team is the team. Individuals don't win games, teams do."

It was Farah Fawcett who said: "The reason that the all-American boy prefers beauty to brains is that he can see better than he can think."

It was Robin Williams who said: "Yes, divorce, from the Latin word meaning to rip out a man's genitals through his wallet."

It was George Washington who said: "It is far better to be alone, than to be in bad company."

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Top 10 Advantages Of Being Over 40

1. You can live without sex but not without glasses.
2. Your supply of brain cells is finally down to manageable size.
3. There is nothing left to learn the hard way.
4. Things you buy now won't wear out.
5. You quit trying to hold your stomach in, no matter who walks into the room.
6. You sing along with elevator music.
7. Your eyes won't get much worse.
8. Your joints are more accurate meteorologists than the National Weather Service.
9. Your secrets are safe with your friends because they can't remember them either.
10. You can't remember where you saw this list.


December 3, 2015


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The ever lovable Ozzy Osbourne is 67.
Vocalist Mickey Thomas of the Jefferson Starship is 66.
Guitarist/singer Don Barnes of 38 Special is 63.

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On this day in 1965, Keith Richards' guitar accidentally touched his microphone while The Rolling Stones performed "The Last Time" in Sacramento. The resulting electric shock knocked Keef unconscious for seven minutes. Of course, the show went on and he never knew the difference.

On this day in 1965, The Beatles began their last U.K. tour in Glasgow, Scotland, supported by The Moody Blues. At the time, the Fab Four were promoting the release of the single "We Can Work It Out" backed with "Day Tripper." Wow!

On this day in 1968, NBC-TV aired the famed Elvis Presley comeback special. After years of making horrible movies, Presley proved he could still rock, improvising a set with his old rhythm section in a boxing ring, looking great in black leather and bringing the house down with his performance. Sadly, the purgatory of Las Vegas was right around the bend.

On this day in 1971, a fire burned down the Montreux Casino in Switzerland during a Frank Zappa concert. Deep Purple witnessed the conflagration and immediately wrote and recorded "Smoke On The Water" about the catastrophe. Rock on!

On this day in 1976, a giant pig was spotted floating over London's Battersea Power Station. Turned out that it was only an inflatable prop being used for the album cover of Pink Floyd's "Animals" album. However, when the balloon broke free of its moorings and drifted away, the British Civil Aviation Authority had to issue a warning to pilots flying over London to watch out for a giant flying pig! No one really knows what happened to the big pig, but crop circles began showing up soon afterward!

On this day in 1976, the Sex Pistols released "Anarchy In The U.K." — perhaps another reason for the existence of crop circles.

On this day in 1977, less than six weeks after a plane crash killed several members of Lynyrd Skynyrd, their "What's Your Name" single entered the charts on its way to #13.

On this day in 1979, a stampede of fans trying to get into a Who concert in Cincinnati left 11 people crushed to death. Regrettably, the band wasn't told of the incident until after the show. Although famed newsman Walter Cronkite blamed the incident on "a drug-crazed mob of kids," the venue's general (no reserved) seating policy was later identified as the cause of the problem.

On this day in 2002, Rich Dangel — the guitarist who came up with the riff to the classic "Louie, Louie" — died of an aneurysm just two days after his 60th birthday. As part of the Seattle rock band The Wailers, Dangel was also responsible for their 1959 hit single "Tall Cool One" (later covered by Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant). The Kingsmen's version of "Louie, Louie" hit #1 on the charts in 1966 — three years after they recorded it.

On this day in 2014, Ian McLagan, the charismatic keyboardist for the Faces and Small Faces, passed away at the age of 69 in an Austin, Texas hospital after suffering a stroke the previous day. Mac also notably worked with Chuck Berry, Pete Townshend, Thin Lizzy, Jackson Browne, Bruce Springsteen, The Black Crowes and Warren Zevon.

The Uncle Joe Show Menu

Thursday 12/3/15


10 At 10: Dirty!
Uncle Joe's Lunch Box (with Petersen Automotive Museum Private Grand Opening tix!): 12:30pm
The Story - Andy Summers/The Police: 1:30pm
Laughter At 45 After - Russell Peters: 4:45pm & 6:45pm
Laughter At 45 After - Late Night Round Up: 5:45pm


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John Lennon 75th Birthday Concert

You had to hope this would happen. Surviving Beatles Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr will make special video appearances at the star-studded concert commemorating the 75th anniversary of John Lennon's birth. In addition, John Fogerty has joined the line-up that includes Aerosmith's Steven Tyler and Peter Frampton for tomorrow night's show at Madison Square Garden. "Imagine: John Lennon 75th Birthday Concert" will air exclusively on AMC on December 19th with actor Kevin Bacon as a special guest host. The performers will be accompanied by a house band that includes keyboardist Greg Phillinganes, drummer Kenny Aronoff and bassist Lee Sklar, as well as guitarists Felicia Collins and Sid McGinnis from Paul Shaffer's CBS Orchestra. Sounds like fun!

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It was Robert Frost who said: "I'm not confused, I'm just well-mixed."

It was Yogi Berra who said: "I didn't really say everything I said."

It was Katharine Hepburn who said: "I don't care what is written about me so long as it's not true."

It was Paul Anka who said: "The thing is to be able to outlast the trends."


December 4, 2015


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Byrds bassist Chris Hillman is 73.
Beach Boy drummer Dennis Wilson would have been 71.
Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist Gary Rossington is 64 and glad to be alive.

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On this day in 1965, as The Byrds' cover of Pete Seeger's "Turn! Turn! Turn!" (lyrically adapted almost entirely from the Bible's Book of Ecclesiastes) hit #1, The Kinks' "A Well Respected Man" was just entering the charts on its way to #13.

On this day in 1971, Sly & The Family Stone hit #1 with the song "Family Affair" as Santana's "Everybody's Everything" peaked at #12 and Van Morrison's "Wild Night" topped out at #28 on the charts.

On this day in 1971, Badfinger's "Day After Day" — featuring production and guitar work from Beatle George Harrison — entered the singles charts on its way to #4.

On this day in 1973, Paul McCartney released his classic "Band On The Run" album in the States. It would go on to hit #1 three different times and sell over three million copies.

On this day in 1976, Boston's debut album hit #3 for the first of six weeks. When all was said and done, it had sold over 17 million copies.

On this day in 1976, Tommy Bolin, a brilliant guitarist with James Gang and Deep Purple, died of an overdose in Miami at the age of 25.

On this day in 1980, two months after the death of drummer John Bonham, the surviving members of Led Zeppelin released a statement announcing their intent to break up. It read in part, "We wish it to be known that the loss of our dear friend and the deep respect we have for his family, together with the sense of undivided harmony felt by ourselves and our manager, have led us to decide that we could not continue as we were."

On this day in 1993, Frank Zappa died in L.A. of pancreatic cancer at the age of 52.

On this day in 2011, 80-year-old blues legend Hubert Sumlin, Howlin' Wolf's longtime guitarist and a major influence on the early Rolling Stones among many others, died of heart failure in a New Jersey hospital.

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This Sunday night at 8pm on 100.3 The Sound of Los Angeles, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson will feature the music of Pink Floyd and more of Joe's conversation with drummer Nick Mason as well as guitarist David Gilmour and bassist Roger Waters. Check out this preview!

The Uncle Joe Show Menu

Friday 12/4/15


10 At 10: 1974
Uncle Joe's Lunch Box (with Petersen Automotive Museum Private Grand Opening tix!): 12:30pm
The Story - Roger Waters/Pink Floyd: 1:30pm
Laughter At 45 After - Tom Papa: 4:45pm & 6:45pm
Laughter At 45 After - Late Night Round Up: 5:45pm


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Vivian's Better

Good news! Def Leppard guitarist Vivian Campbell's pioneering cancer treatment is working. Diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma in 2013, then wrongly given the all-clear in 2014, Vivian began an experimental program based around the drug Pembrolizumab. He reports: "I had great news this morning — the mighty Pembrolizumab appears to be holding the tumors at bay. Doc said they might even be slightly smaller than they were at the last scans." Vivian's currently preparing to tour the U.K. with Def Leppard in support of their self-titled 11th album as well as working with Last In Line, formed out of the original Dio line-up.

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It was W.G. Benham who said: "When you see a snake, never mind where he came from."

It was Tom Waits who said: "The large print giveth, but the small print taketh away."

It was Siddhartha Guatama who said: "There are two mistakes one can make along the road to truth. Not going all the way, and not starting."

It was Baltasar Gracián who said: "Always act as if others were watching."

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Truthful Factoids

#1. You burn more calories sleeping than you do watching television.

#2. Apples, not caffeine, are more efficient at waking you up in the morning.

#3. 35% of the people who use personal ads for dating are already married.


December 5, 2015


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Walt Disney would have been 114 and still coming up with ideas.
Rock & Roll Icon Little Richard is 84.
Reclusive guitar picker/blues growler J.J. (Jean Jacques) Cale (who wrote "After Midnight" and "Cocaine") would have been 78.
Guitarist Jim Messina of Buffalo Springfield and Loggins & Messina fame is 69.

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On this day in 1964, The Beatles' "I Feel Fine" and "She's A Woman" entered the singles charts as "Time Is On My Side" by The Rolling Stones peaked at #6. "I Feel Fine" soon spent 3 weeks at #1 as "She's A Woman" topped out at #4.

On this day in 1968, Graham Nash officially left The Hollies to form Crosby, Stills & Nash.

On this day in 1970, Badfinger's "No Matter What" peaked at #8 on the singles charts as "Share The Land" by the Guess Who topped out at #10.

On this day in 1981, "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic" by The Police peaked at #3 on the charts as their album "Ghost In The Machine" began a six week run at #2.

On this day in 1981, Rush's "Exit... Stage Left" double live album peaked at #10 on the charts.

On this day in 1987, R.E.M.'s highly cynical "The One I Love" peaked at #9 on the singles charts as Foreigner's "Say You Will" began its climb to #10.

On this day in 2003, Mick Jagger, famed frontman for The Rolling Stones, was officially knighted by Prince Charles. Instead of a top hat and tails, Sir Michael wore a long leather coat, a purplish scarf and running shoes. A very sharp Knight indeed!


December 6, 2015


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Guitarist Peter Buck of R.E.M. is 59.
Ozzy Osbourne's legendary guitarist Randy Rhodes would have been 59.

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On this day in 1949, legendary blues balladeer Leadbelly (Huddy Ledbetter) died from Huntington's disease at the age of 61.

On this day in 1965, The Rolling Stones recorded "Mother's Little Helper" and "19th Nervous Breakdown" in RCA's Hollywood studios.

On this day in 1965, The Beatles released their classic "Rubber Soul" album. Written and recorded in less than a month under heavy deadline pressure, the album soon spent six weeks at #1, sold over six million copies and convinced the Fab Four that they wouldn't survive without a break from their intense schedule.

On this day in 1966, The Beatles recorded two takes of "When I'm 64," marking the first Abbey Road session for what became their "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" album.

On this day in 1969, The Rolling Stones put on a poorly organized free concert at California's Altamont Speedway supported by the Jefferson Airplane. While The Stones performed "Under My Thumb," a Hell's Angel killed a concert goer by stabbing him in the back. In one horrifying moment, the era of Peace & Love was over.

On this day in 1977, Jackson Browne released his classic "Running On Empty" album. Filled with live versions of brand new songs, it eventually sold over seven million copies and spent two weeks at #3 on the charts.

On this day in 1980, Steely Dan's mighty fine "Gaucho," their last studio album for 15 years, entered the charts on its way to #9 and a million sold.

On this day in 1986, practicing alcoholic and occasional drummer Ringo Starr agreed to be a pitchman for a wine cooler company, thus becoming the first Beatle to get into advertising.

On this day in 1988, Rock & Roll icon Roy Orbison died from cardiac arrest at the age of 52.

On this day in 2011, Soul singer Dobie Gray, best known for his classic song "Drift Away," lost his long battle with cancer at the age of 71.


December 7, 2015


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Song meister/story teller Harry Chapin would have been 73.
Song growler Tom Waits is 66.

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On this day in 1962, The Rolling Stones auditioned several bass players at the World's End pub in Chelsea, London. Bill Wyman later said he got the job, in part, because he had real, functioning amplifiers that the rest of the band could use.

On this day in 1974, Supertramp's "Crime Of The Century," their first real album (but third release), began its climb to #38. The Ken Scott-produced album is still held as a standard for hi-fidelity recordings.

On this day in 1981, The Rolling Stones released their song "Waiting On A Friend" a full nine years after they had recorded the initial tracks.

On this day in 1985, Bruce Springsteen's "My Hometown" entered the singles charts on its way to #6.

On this day in 1991, Nirvana's classic "Smells Like Teen Spirit" single entered the charts on its way to #6.

On this day in 1991, while selling over eight million copies, U2's "Achtung Baby" album hit #1.

The Uncle Joe Show Menu

Monday 12/7/15


10 At 10: 1986
Uncle Joe's Lunch Box (with Burke Williams gift certificates!): 12:30pm
The Story - Gene Simmons/Paul Stanley/KISS: 1:30pm
Laughter At 45 After - Adam Sandler: 4:45pm & 6:45pm
Laughter At 45 After - Late Night Round Up: 5:45pm


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Ringo's Yard Sale $$

Over 1,300 items of clothing, musical instruments and pieces of jewelry, among other things, owned by Ringo Starr were auctioned off this past weekend for a total of $9.2 million. The highlight of the sale was the Ludwig Oyster Black Pearl drum kit that Ringo used in the early days of The Beatles, expected to sell for $500,000, which sold for $2.11 million! A Rickenbacker guitar once owned by John Lennon went for $910,000, and Starr's copy of The Beatles' White Album (numbered 0000001), estimated to sell for between $40,000 and $60,000, sold for $790,000 — making it the most expensive record ever sold. (Auction house Julien's Auctions reports that Elvis Presley's first acetate recording sold for $300,000 earlier this year). A portion of the proceeds from the auction will go to Starr and wife Barbara Bach's The Lotus Foundation charity, which is aimed at advancing social welfare in diverse areas including, but not limited to, substance abuse, cerebral palsy, brain tumors, cancer, battered women and their children, homelessness, animals in need.

Here Comes Bruce!

As promised, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band will bring the The River Tour to the L.A. Memorial Sports Arena on March 15th and 17th. In honor of the 35th anniversary of "The River" album's release, the band will perform the entire LP live (as well as a massive collection of Bruce's classic hits). These concerts, expected to run between three and four hours, will be the Sports Arena's final Rock shows before the venue closes its doors forever. What a way to go!

Weiland R.I.P.

Former Stone Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland was found dead on his tour bus in Bloomington, Minnesota last Thursday evening. The cause of death has yet to be determined, but the singer's long history of substance and alcohol abuse has been well documented over the years, and cocaine was found in his bus' bedroom. Only 48 years old, may he rest in peace.

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It was Keith Richards who said: "It's a privilege just to wake up to a new day."

It was Dale Carnegie who said: "People rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they are doing."

It was Robert Quillen who said: "Discussion is an exchange of knowledge; argument is an exchange of ignorance."

It was Thomas Jefferson who said: "The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not."


December 8, 2015


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Singer/iconic bad boy Jim Morrison of The Doors would have been 72.
Singer/keyboardist/iconic bad boy Gregg Allman is 68 and glad to be alive.
Famed session bassist Nathan East, who also worked extensively with Eric Clapton, is 60.
Def Leppard guitarist Phil Collen is 58.

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On this day in 1973, John Lennon's "Mind Games" album hit #9.

On this day in 1979, the Eagles' "The Long Run" entered the singles chart as AC/DC's "Highway To Hell" peaked at #47.

On this day in 1980, John Lennon was murdered at the age of 40 in New York City.

On this day in 1984, Foreigner scored their first million-selling #1 hit single with "I Want To Know What Love Is" just as Glenn Frey's "The Heat Is On" (from the first "Beverly Hills Cop" movie) entered the charts on its way to #2.

On this day in 1995, four months after the death of the iconic Jerry Garcia, the Grateful Dead officially called it quits.

On this day in 1998, Bruce Springsteen announced that he would tour with The E Street Band for the first time in nearly a decade.

The Uncle Joe Show Menu

Tuesday 12/8/15


10 At 10: Magic
Uncle Joe's Lunch Box (with Burke Williams gift certificates!): 12:30pm
The Story - Jack Douglas/John Lennon: 1:30pm
Laughter At 45 After - Tom Wilson: 4:45pm & 6:45pm
Laughter At 45 After - Late Night Round Up: 5:45pm


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Is Neal Hanging It Up?

An excerpt from an essay in the latest issue of "Drumhead" magazine says legendary Rush drummer Neal Peart may have called it quits. "Lately, my five-year-old daughter Olivia has been introducing me to new friends at school as 'My dad — He's a retired drummer,'" Peart said. "True to say — funny to hear. And it does not pain me to realize that, like all athletes, there comes a time to... take yourself out of the game. I would rather set it aside then face the predicament described in our song 'Losing it.'" It's hard to tell if that means that he's just retiring from live drumming (both Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson and bassist/singer Geddy Lee would love to carry on), or if he's totally retiring. Stay tuned and keep your fingers crossed!

U2/Eagles Of Death Metal

The Southern Califorina band Eagles Of Death Metal were playing the historic Bataclan concert hall in Paris, France on November 13th when terrorists attacked the venue, massacring 89 people. Last night, the band returned to the stage for the first time since the terrorists' attacks. EODM joined U2 on stage during their Monday nite show at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris, to play a cover of Patti Smith's "People Have the Power" and then perform their own song "Love You All the Time." The final show of the end of U2's Innocence + Experience 2015 World Tour was filmed for HBO's "U2: iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Live In Paris" concert special.

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It was Steven Wright who said: "The early bird gets the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese."

It was Mae West who said: "She's the kind of girl who climbed the ladder of success wrong by wrong."

It was Linus Pauling who said: "The best way to have a good idea is to have lots of ideas."

It was Zig Ziglar who said: "If you aim at nothing, you will hit every time!"

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This Saturday: 12pm-3pm. Join yer Uncle Joe and PODS® t at Toys R Us® on 11460 Porter Ranch Drive, Porter Ranch in support of the U.S. Marines Toys for Tots Drive! Look for the PODS® container next to yer Unc and donate a new, unwrapped toy for both boys and girls. Plus enter to win a $100 Toys R Us gift card! See you Saturday in Porter Ranch!


December 9, 2015


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The Band's bassist and co-lead singer, Rick Danko, would have been 72.
Dennis Dunaway, bassist with the original Alice Cooper band, is 69.
Green Day drummer Tre Cool is 43.

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On this day in 1967, Cream's classic "Disraeli Gears" album entered the charts on its way to a psychedelic #4.

On this day in 1972, as The Moody Blues' "Seventh Sojourn" album hit #1 for the first of five weeks, Elton John's "Crocodile Rock" entered the singles charts on its way to a three week run at #1.

On this day in 1972, The Edgar Winter Group's "They Only Come Out At Night" album entered the charts. Six months later it had sold two million copies and peaked at #3, making it the most commercially successful release of Edgar's career.

On this day in 1974, John Lennon stopped by the broadcast booth during the "Monday Night Football" game between the Los Angeles Rams and the Washington Redskins. While he was there, another guest, Ronald Reagan, explained the rules of football to him.

On this day in 1978, as George Thorogood's first album, "Move It On Over," began its climb to #33. George's raw, blues-based rock was unlike anything else released in 1978.

On this day in 1992, bassist Bill Wyman formally announced he was leaving The Rolling Stones. Since then, he has flown on airplanes only three or four times.

On this day in 1995, The Beatles "Anthology Vol. 1" became the group's 16th #1 charting album — 24 years after they broke up!

The Uncle Joe Show Menu

Hump Day 12/9/15


10 At 10: 1970
Uncle Joe's Lunch Box (with Burke Williams gift certificates!): 12:30pm
The Story - Gary Rossington/Lynyrd Skynyrd: 1:30pm
Laughter At 45 After - Bobby Collins: 4:45pm & 6:45pm
Laughter At 45 After - Late Night Round Up: 5:45pm

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This Sunday night at 8pm on 100.3 The Sound of Los Angeles, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson will feature the music of Journey and more of Joe's extensive conversation with frontman Steve Perry. Check out this preview!


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Is Neal Hanging It Up?

An excerpt from an essay in the latest issue of "Drumhead" magazine says legendary Rush drummer Neal Peart may have called it quits. "Lately, my five-year-old daughter Olivia has been introducing me to new friends at school as 'My dad — He's a retired drummer,'" Peart said. "True to say — funny to hear. And it does not pain me to realize that, like all athletes, there comes a time to... take yourself out of the game. I would rather set it aside then face the predicament described in our song 'Losing it.'" It's hard to tell if that means that he's just retiring from live drumming (both Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson and bassist/singer Geddy Lee would love to carry on), or if he's totally retiring. Stay tuned and keep your fingers crossed!

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It was Albert Einstein who said: "Great spirits have often encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds."

It was Tom Sharp who said: "I don't consider myself bald. I'm simply taller than my hair."

It was Audrey Hepburn who said: "The best thing to hold on to in life is each other."

It was Orson Welles who said: "My doctor told me to stop having intimate dinners for four. Unless there are three other people."

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This Saturday: 12pm-3pm. Join yer Uncle Joe and PODS® t at Toys R Us® on 11460 Porter Ranch Drive, Porter Ranch in support of the U.S. Marines Toys for Tots Drive! Look for the PODS® container next to yer Unc and donate a new, unwrapped toy for both boys and girls. Plus enter to win a $100 Toys R Us gift card! See you Saturday in Porter Ranch!


December 10, 2015


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Yer Uncle Joe is looking for a cake with a whole lotta candles on it today!!

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On this day in 1965, the Warlocks played their first gig under the name Grateful Dead at the second San Francisco Mime Troupe Appeal Party at the Fillmore Auditorium.

On this day in 1966, the Beach Boys hit #1 with the epic song "Good Vibrations."

On this day in 1967, guitarist/song meister Steve Miller shocked the music industry when his hitherto unknown Steve Miller Blues Band signed with Capitol Records for a (then) whopping $750,000. Steve soon dropped the "Blues" portion of his group's name and eventually returned Capitol's investment with hits like "The Joker" and "Fly Like An Eagle."

On this day in 1967, soul singing legend Otis Redding and four members of the Bar-Kays were killed when their tour plane crashed into Lake Monona near Madison, Wisconsin. Redding was just 26, and his "(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay" single hit #1 soon after his death.

On this day in 1976, Paul McCartney & Wings' triple-album live set, "Wings Over America," entered the charts on its way to a seven week run at #1.

On this day in 1977, the original Lynyrd Skynyrd's final studio album, "Street Survivors," hit #5 as it sold over two million copies.

On this day in 1983, Pat Benatar's "Love Is A Battlefield" peaked at #5 as John Mellencamp's "Pink Houses" began its run to #8 on the singles charts.

On this day in 1983, as Ozzy Osbourne's "Bark At The Moon" solo album began it's run to #19 with over three million sold, U2's "Under A Blood Red Sky" began a slow climb to #28 on the charts. By the time it got there, it had sold over three million copies and U2's big breakthrough was around the corner.

On this day in 1984, the single "Do They Know It's Christmas" entered the U.K. charts at #1. It had been recorded by Band Aid, a group of musicians gathered by Boomtown Rats singer Bob Geldof to raise funds for the starving people in Ethiopia. The success of the effort led directly to the huge Live Aid concerts and "We Are The World" single.

On this day in 1988, Van Halen's "Finish What Ya Started" peaked at #13 on the singles charts.

On this day in 1994, as Pearl Jam's "Vitalogy" album began its run to #1 and five million sold, its somber "Better Man" began its climb to #13 on the singles charts. At the same time, Green Day's "When I Come Around" entered the charts on its way to #6, their most successful single to date.

On this day in 1999, bassist Rick Danko of The Band, died in his sleep in Woodstock, New York after celebrating his 56th birthday.

On this day in 2007, Led Zeppelin performed at the Ahmet Ertegun Tribute Concert at The O2 Arena in London. For the first time the surviving band members played a full set together since the 1980 death of drummer John Bonham, Bonham's son, Jason, filled in for his father. The show received incredible rave reviews, sparking numerous rumors about a reunion tour that never happened.

The Uncle Joe Show Menu

Thursday 12/10/15


10 At 10: 1981
Uncle Joe's Lunch Box (with Burke Williams gift certificates!): 12:30pm
The Story - John Fogerty/CCR: 1:30pm
Laughter At 45 After - Demetri Martin: 4:45pm & 6:45pm
Laughter At 45 After - Late Night Round Up: 5:45pm

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This Sunday night at 8pm on 100.3 The Sound of Los Angeles, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson will feature the music of Journey and more of Joe's extensive conversation with frontman Steve Perry. Check out this preview!


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Neil's Still On Board

Everybody calm down! Rush bassist Geddy Lee says drummer Neil Peart is not retired. Yes, Peart recently declared himself a "retired drummer." But Geddy has reaffirmed that Neil simply has had enough of the grind of the road and that the 63-year-old is not hanging up his drumsticks for good. Ged says, "I think Neil is just explaining his reasons for not wanting to tour, with the toll that it's taking on his body. We'll get together eventually and chat about things... Neil just feels that he has to explain with all the thousands of people asking, 'Why no more tours?' He needs to explain his side of it." The bottom line is that Peart wants to spend more time with his young daughter and less time doing lengthy tours. Right so!

E Street Line-up

As Rita Wilde works herself into a frenzy over Bruce Springsteen's forthcoming concerts at the L.A. Sports Arena, she's urging you to vote for your fave Bruce song at http://thesoundla.com for this Friday night's Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band Top 10 at 10pm. When you vote, you'll be entered into a drawing for a pair of amazing seats to for Bruce's March 10th concert at the Sports Arena. And, in honor of the 35th anniversary of "The River" album's release, the band will perform the entire LP live (as well as a massive collection of Bruce's classic hits). These concerts, expected to run between three and four hours, will be the Sports Arena's final Rock shows before the venue closes its doors forever. But wait — there's more! This tour will feature a stripped-down line-up of core E Street members plus saxophonist Jake Clemons and violinist Soozie Tyrell. "It'll be a little more of a rock band format," Springsteen says. "It should be perfect for this record and... It's going to be fun."

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It was Hunter S. Thompson who said: "Buy the ticket, take the ride."

It was Gen. George S. Patton who said: "If everybody is thinking alike, then somebody isn't thinking."

It was Groucho Marx who said: "The secret to life is honesty and fair dealing. If you can fake that, you've got it made."

It was Dolly Parton who said: "You'd be surprised at how much it costs to look this cheap."


December 11, 2015


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Drummer Chester Thompson of Genesis is 67.
Bassist Nikki Sixx of Motley Crue is 57.

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On this day in 1965, The Yardbirds' groundbreaking arrangement of Bo Diddley's "I'm A Man" peaked at #17 on the charts.

On this day in 1972, a very young Genesis made their American concert debut at Boston's Brandeis University.

On this day in 1973, a film crew shot footage of Jimmy Page climbing a mountain behind his Scottish home on Loch Ness on a cold winter's night for the Led Zeppelin film "The Song Remains the Same." Pagey later explained, "I wanted to get a full moon in the shot and it came up in December." Truly art for art's sake.

On this day in 1976, Bob Seger's classic "Night Moves" began its journey to #4 on the singles charts via backseats and dorm rooms across America.

On this day in 1982, Pat Benatar's "Shadows Of The Night" peaked at #13 as The Pretenders' "Back On The Chain Gang" started a run to #5 and Sammy Hagar's "Your Love Is Driving Me Crazy" began its march towards #13 — the highest charting single of his solo career.

On this day in 2004, U2's "How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb" hit #1 as it was selling over three million copies.

The Uncle Joe Show Menu

Friday 12/11/15


10 At 10: 1978
Uncle Joe's Lunch Box (with Burke Williams gift certificates!): 12:30pm
The Story - Steve Perry/Journey: 1:30pm
Laughter At 45 After - Kathleen Madigan: 4:45pm & 6:45pm
Laughter At 45 After - Late Night Round Up: 5:45pm

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This Sunday night at 8pm on 100.3 The Sound of Los Angeles, OFF THE RECORD with Joe Benson will feature the music of Journey and more of Joe's extensive conversation with frontman Steve Perry. Check out this preview!


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Chicago/Hall Of Fame

Chicago has won this year's fan vote for the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame with an impressive 37,666,962 votes. That final vote count was good for 23.41% of the total, giving Chicago an easy victory over fellow hopeful inductees such as Yes (#2 with 16.2%) and the Cars (#3 with 16.14%). Of course, winning the fan vote election doesn't mean any of them will be inducted into the Rock Hall — it just adds a single ballot entry in their favor among a voting body that consists of "more than 600 artists, historians and members of the music industry." There has also been a serious controversy this year with indications that the voting was hijacked by programs designed to artificially rig the outcome. We'll just have to wait until Thursday's official announcement to find out if Chicago, Deep Purple or Steve Miller make it in this year.

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It was Peter F. Drucker who said: "Much of what we call management consists in making it difficult for people to work."

It was Benjamin Franklin who said: "Whatever is begun in anger ends in shame."

It was Blaise Pascal who said: "The sole cause of man's unhappiness is that he does not know how to stay quietly in his room."

It was George Orwell who said: "In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act."


December 12, 2015


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Former Allman Brothers Band guitarist Dickey Betts is 72.
Grand Funk Railroad/KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick is 63.
Singer Cy Curnin of The Fixx is 58.

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On this day in 1957, 22-year-old rock pioneer Jerry Lee Lewis married the daughter of his bass player. The bride, 13-year-old Myra Gale Brown, was also Jerry Lee's second cousin. And, if that weren't enough, Jerry was still married to his second wife. Oh, those were the days!

On this day in 1964, The Rolling Stones' "12x5" album began a three week run at #3 as "She's Not There" by the Zombies peaked at #2 on the singles charts.

On this day in 1966, Pink Floyd played their first major concert at London's Royal Albert Hall. The show, like most of their early gigs, was for charity. In this particular instance, the beneficiary was a famine relief organization.

On this day in 1970, Steven Stills released the song "Love The One You're With" just as Eric Clapton's cover of "After Midnight" peaked at #18 on the charts. "Love The One You're With" eventually topped out at #14.

On this day in 1970, The Doors played their last live gig with frontman Jim Morrison. They made it halfway through their set at The Warehouse in New Orleans before the extremely drunk Morrison completely lost it. Upon their return to Los Angeles, the band finished recording the "L.A. Woman" album before Morrison took off for Paris in March. Three months later he was dead.

On this day in 1974, The Rolling Stones began sessions in Munich for what eventually became their 1976 "Black And Blue" album. On the same day, the band announced the departure of guitarist Mick Taylor, who had replaced founding member Brian Jones five years earlier. When asked of Taylor's replacement, Mick Jagger quipped, "No doubt we can find a brilliant six-foot-three blonde guitarist who can do his own make-up." The "Black And Blue" album was eventually recorded with several guitarists, including Wayne Perkins, Harvey Mandel and one Ron Wood (late of The Faces). It was Woody, who was neither blonde nor even close to six-foot-three, who eventually replaced Taylor.

On this day in 1981, AC/DC's highest charting album ever, "For Those About To Rock, We Salute You," entered the charts on its way to three weeks at #1 and four million sold.

On this day in 1985, keyboardist Ian Stewart died of a heart attack in his doctor's London office at the age of 47. Stewart was a founding member of The Rolling Stones, but their manager Andrew Loog Oldham fired him because he didn't have "the right look." Stewart instead became the band's road manager, their indispensable sideman, best friend and, as Keith Richards has since described him as "the very soul of The Rolling Stones."

On this day in 1987, Aerosmith's "Dude (Looks Like A Lady)" peaked at #14 on the singles charts.


December 13, 2015


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Guitarist/bow hunter/yahoo Ted Nugent and
Guitarist/military defense expert Jeff "Skunk" Baxter of Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan fame are both 67.
Guitarist Berton Averre of The Knack is 63.

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On this day in 1961, The Beatles signed their first management contract with Brian Epstein. Neither he nor they knew what they were doing, but together they changed the world.

On this day in 1966, Jimi Hendrix recorded "Foxey Lady." And the world was never the same again.

On this day in 1969, Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Willy And The Poor Boys" album entered the charts on its way to selling two million copies and a six week run at #3.

On this day in 1969, Fleetwood Mac's most successful album to date, "Then Play On," was approaching #109 on the charts. It did, however, yield the classic "Oh Well," which has been rocked by thousands of bands ever since.

On this day in 1974, former Beatle George Harrison met President Gerald Ford at the White House after the president's son Jack invited George to Washington. Soon after, Peter Frampton stopped by for lunch with George, Jack and the President. No one seemed to know who invited Peter, but all had a good time telling road stories.

On this day in 1975, as David Bowie's "Golden Years" single was launched towards the Top 10 singles charts, Foghat's "Slow Ride" began its climb to #20 and many years worth of bad disc jockey jokes.

On this day in 1975, KISS' rockin' "Alive!" album hit #9.

On this day in 1980, REO Speedwagon's "Hi Infidelity" album began its charge up the charts to a five week run at #1 and nine million sold.

On this day in 1986, Bon Jovi's "Livin' On A Prayer" began its run to a four week peak at #1 on the singles charts.


December 14, 2015


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Nostradamus (physician, astrologer, clairvoyant) would have been 512 and still full of it.
Cliff Williams, AC/DC's longtime bassist, is 66.

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On this day in 1968, The Beatles' "White" album entered the charts on its way to a nine week run at #1 and 19 million sold as The Rolling Stones' long delayed, million selling "Beggar's Banquet" started its climb to #5.

On this day in 1974, the song "Ain't Too Proud To Beg" by The Rolling Stones peaked at #17 on the charts as Grand Funk's cover of "Some Kind Of Wonderful" began a run to #3 and Styx's classic "Lady" started its climb to #6 on the singles charts.

On this day in 1974, with both young bands years away from their big breakthroughs, Queen's "Shear Heart Attack" began to work its way up to #12 as Genesis' "The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway" started its climb to #41. However, faced with Genesis' potential commercial breakthrough, singer Peter Gabriel announced he was leaving the band.

On this day in 1985, Rush's "Power Windows" hit #10, becoming their sixth consecutive Top 10 album (critics be damned!). Meanwhile, Stevie Nicks' million-selling second solo album, "Rock A Little," began its run to #12.

On this day in 1999, Paul McCartney, along with guitarist David Gilmour of Pink Floyd and drummer Ian Paice of Deep Purple, performed at the Cavern Club for the first time since Macca's days with The Beatles. While the Internet broadcast beat all previous audience records, a recording was never released.

On this day in 1999, Dave Shogren, The Doobie Brothers' original bassist, died of pneumonia in his studio at the age of 49.

On this day in 2006, Ahmet Ertegun, who helped define American music as the founder of Atlantic Records while nurturing talent like Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, John Coltrane, Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, died at the age of 83. Ertegun suffered a head injury in a fall at the October 29th Rolling Stones Beacon Theater concert in New York. He remained hospitalized in a coma before finally succumbing.

The Uncle Joe Show Menu

Monday 12/14/15


10 At 10: 1972
Uncle Joe's Lunch Box (with Supercross tix!): 12:30pm
The Story - Ray Davies/The Kinks: 1:30pm
Laughter At 45 After - George Carlin: 4:45pm & 6:45pm
Laughter At 45 After - Late Night Round Up: 5:45pm


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Janis' Kool Ride

Janis Joplin's most famous song, the a cappella "Mercedes Benz," featured her pleading with the Lord to buy her a Mercedes-Benz. But Janis actually owned — and enthusiastically drove on a regular basis — a classic 1964 Porsche 356 C 1600 SC Cabriolet, featuring an extremely colorful psychedelic paint job. The iconic singer's siblings, Michael and Laura Joplin, jointly owned the Porsche since 1973, and recently decided to put it on the auction block after restoring it. On display for 20 years at the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame in Cleveland as well as the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, the Joplin car was expected to sell for $400,000 to $700,000. As you would have guessed, the little German car sold at auction last week in New York City for $1.76 million. Right so!

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It was Coach John Wooden who said: "Winning takes talent, to repeat takes character."

It was Mahatma Gandhi who said: "Live simply so that others can simply live."

Though Ben Wade's use is the oldest for this quip, Mark Twain is always credited for saying, "Go to heaven for the climate, go to hell for the company."

It was Walt Disney who said: "I would rather entertain and hope that people learned something than educate people and hope they were entertained."

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This Thursday, 4pm - 6pm: Join J.B. at AAMCO Transmissions & Total Car Care at 2030 S. Western Avenue in Hollywood for a good hang with The Sound Crew (and maybe win Clippers tix!). See you there!


December 15, 2015


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Drummer Dave Clark of the Dave Clark 5 is 73 and still smiling — but no longer drumming.
Drummer Carmine Appice, who most notably performed with Vanilla Fudge as well as Beck, Bogert, Appice and Rod Stewart, is 70 and still smiling AND drumming.
Paul Simonon, bassist with The Clash, is 60.

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On this day in 1962, bassist Bill Wyman made his live debut with The Rolling Stones at Putney's Church Hall in London.

On this day in 1966, The Beatles recorded the trumpets and cellos for "Strawberry Fields Forever" at Abbey Road studios.

On this day in 1969, John Lennon and Yoko Ono and their Plastic Ono Band — including special guests Eric Clapton, Keith Moon and George Harrison — performed at a benefit for UNICEF at London's Lyceum Theater.

On this day in 1970, George Harrison's "All Things Must Pass" album was released. It eventually sold over six million copies while spending seven weeks at #1.

On this day in 1971, the first of The Rolling Stones' "Hot Rocks" compilations was released. After peaking at #4 on the charts, it went on to sell over 12 million copies — more than all the previous Stones albums combined.

On this day in 1973, Ringo Starr's cover of Johnny Burnette's "Sixteen" began its run up the singles charts to #1. At the time, no one knew that fellow former Beatle Paul McCartney contributed the "kazoo-sounding" solo vocal.

On this day in 1973, near the top of their game, Emerson, Lake & Palmer's fourth album, "Brain Salad Surgery," entered the charts on its way to #11 as the young Genesis made their first (albeit brief) appearance on the U.S. charts with their fourth album, "Selling England By The Pound." It's doubtful ELP even noticed their challengers for the Progressive Rock crown.

On this day in 1979, Fleetwood Mac's song "Sara" entered the charts on its way to #7 as "Take The Long Way Home" by Supertramp peaked at #10 and John Cougar Mellencamp's "I Need A Lover" topped out at #28.

On this day in 1979, Pink Floyd's double album masterpiece, "The Wall," entered the U.S. charts. No one had any idea it would eventually spend 15 weeks at #1 and sell over 23 million copies — not even the band.

On this day in 1984, "Pride (In The Name Of Love)" by U2 peaked at #33 on the singles charts.

The Uncle Joe Show Menu

Tuesday 12/15/15


10 At 10: 1985
Uncle Joe's Lunch Box (with Supercross tix!): 12:30pm
The Story - Brian May/Queen: 1:30pm
Laughter At 45 After - Adam Ferrara: 4:45pm & 6:45pm
Laughter At 45 After - Late Night Round Up: 5:45pm


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Stones In Studio

Anytime The Rolling Stones are working on new music, we're going to get to see them play live again! Word is that the boys have been in a London studio for the past week working on four or five songs that Mick Jagger and Keith Richards have written. Sources say "at the moment... the plan is to make a full new album in the new year." The band will continue working until Christmas, then get back together in January." Their Latin American tour rolls in February, so hopefully they'll have more of the project finished before they announce their next round of U.S. concerts.

The Return Of AC/DC

AC/DC will hit the States again as their Rock Or Bust World Tour continues after the first of the year. The iconic band will have played close to 55 shows over three continents by the close of 2015, and have already played two sets of U.S. dates. No new Southland dates yet, but February will see Angus Young and the group pick up where they left off in Tacoma, Washington. The first 20 dates will build to the big finale at New York's Madison Square Garden on April 4th.

ZZ On The Road Again

No Southland dates yet, but ZZ Top will officially hit the road Stateside again this Spring with their The Hell Raisers Tour. So far, dates start in Oklahoma on March 18th, and roll through May 6th in North Carolina. Stay tuned!

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It was Winston Churchill who said: "I like pigs. Dogs look up to us. Cats look down on us. Pigs treat us as equals."

It was William Feather who said: "A budget tells what we can't afford, but it doesn't keep us from buying it."

It was Oscar Wilde who said: "We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars."

It was Frida Kahlo who said: "Take a lover who looks at you like maybe you are magic."

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This Saturday, 1pm - 3pm: It was so much fun last time, how about another midday hang near the beach with J.B. and The Sound Crew at Santa Monica Ford! Tacos, tix for the Lakers, Clippers and Kings — join the good times!



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