You know what we need on TV these days? Variety shows! Only in the 70s could you watch Paul Lynde, Margaret Hamilton (the Wicked Witch from the Wizard of Oz), Florence Henderson,Tim Conway, Donny and Marie, Betty White, Witchiepoo from H.R. Pufnstuff, and ... KISS all on one TV special!
All day on WBLM we raid the dark, damp, cob-webbed corners of the deepest ends of your legendary Blimp A-to-Z Archives for Halloween! So who better to spotlight tonight on the WBLM Mini-Concert than "The Godfather of Shock Rock", Alice Cooper! Alice has a new live concert DVD out now too. Find out more here.
When I checked my phone this morning I read a notification from the folks at You Tube. Our video of Trigger Hippy performing Rise Up Singing on-air at WBLM just reached 10,000 views! We want to say thank you to everyone who has taken the time to watch these amazing musician friends of the Blimp doin' it with so much soul!
27 years ago this week Aerosmith played not one, but two nights at the Civic Center. It was Rocktober 28th and 29th of 1987. Permanent Vacation had just been released in August of that year and Dude (Looks Like a Lady) was all over MTV. Aerosmith had made a huge comeback and Portland wanted every bit of it!
Billy Idol has a new album and this time we should give it a listen. Why? Because, if you were all about the crooning punk with the whiplash smile in the 80s, you will be instantly hooked on Kings and Queens of the Underground.
Well here it is, Halloween week already and I don't have a costume yet. Yikes! I gotta get my act together. I definitely need something soon since I'll be live at Gritty's in Portland all afternoon on Friday and then it's our huge bash at Ocean Gateway on Halloween night!
It's the final day of 20 Albums in 20 Days! Remember, we did these alphabetically so we started with Appetite for Destruction way back on Rocktober 1st. And now, we wrap up a stellar month of rock masterpieces with an epic album from the Who.
Only 2 more to go! It's Day 19 of 20 Albums in 20 Days. Today's feature is The Beatles. It's their ninth record and it's 4 sides best known as the White Album with nothing on the all white cover other than the band's name.
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