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Coming up on Tuesday night's Evening Edition: Vietnam Veteran Jerry Hughes joins us live @5 to preview Friday evening's POW/MIA Recognition Day observances at Bayview Park. Evening Edition. Your news on your time. Only on 104.1 FM, US 1 Radio.

 
This Day in Music
This Day in Music6 hours ago

Sept 18 marks the anniversary of the death of Jimi Hendrix: Today we've published a new book - Jimi Hendrix - The Day I Was There - a collection of over 500 eyewitness accounts of seeing him live. With fans recalling memories of the earliest...

This Day in Music
This Day in Music16 hours ago

18th Sept 1970, Jimi Hendrix was pronounced dead on arrival at St. Mary Abbot's Hospital in London at the age of 27 after choking on his own vomit. Hendrix left the message 'I need help bad man', on his managers answer phone earlier that night....

This Day in Music
This Day in Music1 day ago

17th Sept 1967, The Doors were banned from The Ed Sullivan Show after Jim Morrison broke his agreement with the show’s producers. Morrison said before the performance that he wouldn’t sing the words, ‘Girl, we couldn’t get much higher,’ from 'Light My Fire' but did...

This Day in Music
This Day in Music1 day ago

17th Sept 1978, The video for Queen's single 'Bicycle Race' was filmed at Wimbledon Stadium, Wimbledon, UK. It featured 65 naked female professional models racing around the stadium's track on bicycles, which had been hired for the day. The rental company was reported to have...

This Day in Music
This Day in Music2 days ago

17th Sept 1923, Born on this day in Mount Olive, Alabama, was Hank Williams (born Hiram King Williams). The American singer-songwriter and musician is regarded as one of the most important country music artists of all time. Williams recorded 35 singles (five released posthumously) that...

This Day in Music
This Day in Music2 days ago

16th Sept 1967, Jimi Hendrix's debut LP, Are You Experienced? entered the Billboard Hot 200 album chart, where it stayed for 106 weeks, including 77 weeks in the Top 40. In 2003, Rolling Stone magazine ranked it No.15 on their 500 Greatest Albums of All...