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Artists announced for The Music of Paul McCartney Carnegie Hall tribute

Participating artists have been announced for The Music of Paul McCartney, a tribute concert scheduled for New York City's Carnegie Hall on March 15, 2023. The show is the latest…

Mary McCartney says dad Paul told her "little anecdotes" for her new Abbey Road Studios documentary

Wednesday night was the New York City premiere of If These Walls Could Sing, a documentary about London's Abbey Road Studios directed by Mary McCartney that will premiere on Disney+…

Cheap Trick guitarist Rick Nielsen to miss band's next few shows

Cheap Trick guitarist Rick Nielsen is recovering from what's described as a "procedure," and will have to miss the band's scheduled shows this Friday and Saturday. On Instagram, the band…

Stevie Nicks praises Lizzo for "stunning" People's Choice Award speech, suggests she has a future in politics

Stevie Nicks usually takes to social media to comment on world events, politics or major personal news. For example, she mourned the loss of her bandmate Christine McVie in a…

Aerosmith scraps remainder of Deuces Are Wild Las Vegas residency due to Tyler's illness

Aerosmith has crapped out in Las Vegas. The band has canceled the remainder of their Deuces Are Wild Las Vegas residency — two shows, scheduled for Thursday night and this Sunday —…

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.