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Ex-Yes singer Jon Anderson says he's considering potential tour with Yes cover group The Band Geeks

Former Yes frontman Jon Anderson just finished a U.S. tour with the Paul Green Rock Academy celebrating the 50th anniversary of his old band's classic album Close to the Edge.…

Blondie premieres unreleased 1978 song "Mr. Sightseer" from upcoming 'Against the Odds' box set

Blondie has debuted a 1978 home recording of a previously unreleased song called "Mr. Sightseer" as the latest advance track from the band's expansive forthcoming box set, Blondie: Against the…

Jon Bon Jovi gives Notre Dame players a pep talk: "Thank your parents"

Jon Bon Jovi and football have long gone hand in hand: He once owned Arena Football League champions Philadelphia Soul; he and others unsuccessfully tried to buy the Buffalo Bills…

Olivia Newton-John's niece says the star's health had declined "in the past five, six days"

Olivia Newton-John had been fighting cancer for years, but it was only in the past few days that it became obvious that she might die, her niece says. Totti Goldsmith,…

"The saddest of news:" Elton, John, Mariah Carey & more stars mourn Olivia Newton-John

Tributes continue to pour in for singer, actress and activist Olivia Newton-John, who diedMonday at age 73 after a years-long battle with cancer. Fellow 1970s icon Elton John posted several…

Spencer-bio150Tim Spencer began his radio career at the age of 12 in his parents garage broadcasting to neighbors and playing album cuts from the likes of Hendrix and Cream. He landed (somehow) his first paying gig working Sunday mornings on Dallas’ first FM “Underground” rock station. A long strange trip from there took him to stations around the country, including a 20-year stint doing morning drive on Rock 103/Memphis. Still thriving on radio and Classic Rock, Spencer is proud to be a part of 97.1 FM The Drive.