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Stephen Braddock Community Health Systems Announces Definitive Agreement to Divest Four Rural Hospitals, Three in Mississippi, One in Florida Business Wire September 29, 2016 FRANKLIN, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Community Health Systems, Inc. (CYH) announced today that subsidiaries of the Company have signed a definitive agreement for the sale of four hospitals and their associated assets to subsidiaries of Curae Health, Inc. Facilities included in the transaction are 95-bed Merit Health Gilmore Memorial in Amory, Miss., 112-bed Merit Health Batesville in Batesville, Miss., 181-bed Merit Health Northwest Mississippi in Clarksdale, Miss. and 126-bed Highlands Regional Medical Center in Sebring, Fla. The Company has previously announced plans to reduce and refine its overall portfolio with proceeds being used to pay down debt. “We are highly invested in the success of our affiliated hospitals, and we are considering how to best position them for the future,” said Wayne T. Smith, chairman and chief executive officer of Community Health Systems, Inc. “These four hospitals provide quality care and are important in each of their communities. They will benefit from alignment with a smaller organization specializing in the operation of rural hospitals. Divestiture of these assets advances our strategy to focus on a portfolio of larger hospitals and regional healthcare systems.” The transaction is expected to close in the fourth quarter of this year, subject to customary regulatory approvals and closing conditions, as well as a financing contingency.
This Day in Music
This Day in MusicSeptember 30th, 2016 at 4:57am

30th Sept 1967, The UK's first National pop radio station, BBC Radio 1 was launched in the UK to take over from the very successful pirate radio stations, which had been forced off-air by the Government. Former pirate DJ Tony Blackburn, from Radio Caroline, was...

Jacques Vanderlick I remember listening Caroline, Radio 1 and radio London in the north of France. I was 16.
Lesley Young I remember it well, listed to it on my 'tranny' in my bedroom! I was 13 at the time!
Mick Harding Little trivia fact the second track to be played was the bee gees Massachusetts.
Pauline Lever Great the Pirates I loved Caroline but the reception was bad, a radio London was best for us
Charlotte Taylor Miss Tony on the BBC 😯
Beate Latour Sweet Rememberances❤❤
Charmaine-Ron Campbell Remember this day well
Catherine Downey Brilliant single love ur show's Tony x
Louise Pamela Wonderful Radio 1. Too much!
Mike Forrester Radio announcers in white shirts and TIES! AAAAAH! NOOOO.
Chris Crombie How's Arnold these days?.....
Stuart McKever Still like "Flowers in the Rain "!
Roger Leslie Paige Shame the pirates were made illegal! Most played really good stuff.
Khoi Pham Dang Trung Đức Bùi Pirate radio là có thật :-O
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This Day in MusicSeptember 30th, 2016 at 4:57am

29th Sept 1979, The Police had their first UK No.1 single with 'Message In A Bottle' the group's third Top 20 hit. The song was released as the first single from Reggatta de Blanc and also topped the charts in Ireland and reached No.5 in...

Samuel Stegora Roxanne is a song the Police sings that I like. I wished they would have made more studio albums after Synchronicity. Put a few more years under their belt. Before they stopped. Great group. 🎸🎶
Mark Sumner I managed to catch them four times before they broke up. Twice at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virgina and twice at the Norfolk Scope arena. The opening acts were iconic in their own right, yet the first of the four, REM, were nearly booed off the stage as I recall by concert goers who were not ready for the new sound. The other three were the Go Go's, A Flock of Seagulls, and a little one hit wonder band named The Reflex (the politics of dancing). It was a time I will never forget. Obviously. Thanks for the tag Daph.
Fran Cimino i went to the bottom line to see them, they had such few songs that they repeated songs for the encore.. who knew what they would become!! amazing
Paul Cunningham Great CD,"Regatta De Blanc" best tracks,"Bring on the night" & "The Bed's Too Big Without You"
Bryan Gormley This was the first 7" that I bought. Still have it, still play it...
Robert Tew Great band. Got to see them 23/Dec/1980 Bingley Hall Stafford England.
Flavio Seabra the Police gosto Dmais...
Pol Peralta My favorite album of The Police is their first album..
BD Nance Zenyatta Mondatta...my fav.
Reid Wigen 36 repetitions of "sendin out an SOS" gets old quick
Brenda Mclean theywent
Tom Tilbury Never understood why they changed their name to Sting.
Darren Boaz The Police are one of my two favorite bands.
Don Selasco https://youtu.be/PIIkN1vMbmo
Jamie Leighton One of the best!
Daphne Lyn Fuller Mark Sumner Thought of you 🙂
Flavio Seabra Ed summer C.I.A...kkkk
James Styres Loved that lp. Killer song. The Police ruled the early 80's.
Kathy Jo North Craig Allen
Melissa A. Coloma Diego Zuñiga López
Aaron Mann Allison Bettis
Ron Fitch And ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ki97mpo6Y_Y
Ron Fitch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEBbIq2atrw
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This Day in MusicSeptember 30th, 2016 at 4:57am

29th Sept 1967, Working at Abbey Road in London, The Beatles mixed the new John Lennon song ‘I Am the Walrus’, which included the sound of a radio being tuned through numerous stations, coming to rest on a BBC production of William Shakespeare's "King Lear"....

Lars-Henrik Brattström John at his surrealistic peak..! I started playing the song on a portable record player in Kindergarten around -69 and the song stuck forever. Love it to this day...
Rick Brown Michael, I understand. They are my favorite band of all time but I don't get The Clash. Everyone loves The Clash. Music is subjective and you like what you like. It must be weird to dislike the most revered act in show biz history.
Stephen Critchett Apparently Lennon got part of the rhythm from hearing a police siren while on acid. Great track.
Dave Busa Sitting on a cornflake, waiting for the van to come. Corporation T-shirt, stupid bloody Tuesday man you've been a naughty boy you let your face grow long
Ted F. Rouge An unmitigated masterpiece...that brought in a new genre to rock 'n' roll....'Acid Rock'
Paul Cunningham Masterpiece!!!🎼🇬🇧
Gary Carroll My favourite song that John wrote.
David Sales
Jeff FaFa Boehm Looking at this brings to mind the fact that , I am getting old damn the time has gone by way to fast!
Jim Perez I remember buying the 45 & cutting the sleeve & hanging on wall
Julie Skinner Koo koo a Choo!!
Timmy Angel Naylor A great work of art
Michael D. Wright The Walrus, was Paul.
David Sales
Beate Latour ....and I am the egg(wo)man....😃
Michael Jorgensen Genius song
Chris Valeri Yellow mellow custard dripping from a dead dog's eye.
Trever Wiebenga Boy, you've been a naughty girl, you let your knickers down 😜
Beate Latour The Magical Mystery Tour is commin' to take you away.......
Matthew Reeves Just genius!
Pol Peralta Let it be...
David Sales
Mike Furtado Always was, and always will be a bad ass Masterpiece!!!
Hennie Hugo Second favourite song of all time after The Weight by The Band
Cheryl Vaia Jordan coo coo cachuu
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This Day in MusicSeptember 30th, 2016 at 4:57am

28th Sept 1976, Stevie Wonder released his eighteenth studio album Songs in the Key of Life, an ambitious double LP with a four-song bonus EP. It debuted at No.1 on the Billboard Chart on October 8, 1976, becoming only the third album in history to...

Eva Doege One of my all-time favs! Fav song...As...my now 10-yr old discovered the CD and spent ALL summer playing, reading /singing with the lyrics ❤❤
Paul F Cole One of my favorite albums by one of my favorite artists! I was lucky to see Stevie back in 1984 when I worked security part time at the Boston Opera House, I saw all six of his shows and was blown away by how good he was
Guido Campellone Pure, untouched,fuckin' genius!the end piece to a brilliant trilogy starting with Innervision then Music of my mind. By far, three of the finest compositions of the last one hundred years. ... And don't forget Uncle Frank Zappos boys and girls!
Mark Robertson Simply iconic! Stevie at his peak in his youth. Song after song gets ingrained in your soul. A must have in anyone's collection.
Diane Reeves Very lucky to see it all sung live in Hyde Park this summer with Linzi Bollyknickers Rockett and Adrienne Catlow A day to remember for ever!
Anthony Spottsville Of all of his music, this album defined Stevie Wonder as pure genious.
Andrew Mikula Among a string of great albums for Stevie. In the mid 70s he could do no wrong. Extremely gifted songwriter and musician
Amber Sarkar One of the greatest music. Albums put out Mr Stevie Wonder is a great musician
George Foster This was released on my 13th birthday, bought the LP's that day. I'll always love this album.
Rocky Gilio This is right up there with almost any Beatle album its in top 5 album of all time
Dick Smith One of my all time favourite albums - many of the tracks are on my 'Bike ride mix' on my iPod.
Bryan Simmons An absolute classic from a musical genius. A must-have in your music collection.
Maureen Kishbaugh Oh, wow. I had this double-record album. It was so good that it disappeared while I was in college. 😞
Tom Henninger Thanks to Columbia House record club, I owned that album.
Alan Brown I went out and bought it at The Record Bar in West Town.
Patricia Hatton Bought this album with my first weeks wages. Still love it now.
Paul Cunningham Timeless...it's still a fantastic album/CD to listen to,and it always will...🎼🇺🇸
Mark Rush got it for 99 cents at goodwill last year.... great condition but the little ep was missing....
Scott Moroz Very very talented individual, a musical genius
Lorraine Safranek Hutson This album reminds me of senior year at FSU, Colony Club C-203 and Jeannie Zibrida, Valerie Leitner Phillips & Patty Haish Horton ❤️💛❤️💛
Didier Jacquart My favorite from Stevie Wonder.
Michael Jorgensen Love Stevie Wonder. Seen him twice and he is amazing.
Katherine Stoker Harrison Absolutely, top notch music
Trudy Benson Great LP . I promoted this album when I worked for Motown
Michael Vasquez Great Album...... put him in Rock status
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This Day in MusicSeptember 30th, 2016 at 4:57am

28th Sept 1974, Bad Company went to No.1 on the US album chart with their self-titled debut album. Paul Rodgers and Simon Kirke had come out of Free while Mick Ralphs had played guitar with Mott The Hoople and Boz Burrell was bass player for...

Barbara Wilson This album has the unique distinction of being the only one to ever have the band name, album title & single all with the same name. I love this album from the rocking start of "Can't get Enough" to the ending song "Seagull", one of their most hauntingly beautiful and melodic. This album is def in my choice of what to have on a desert island!
Robert Tew One of the Great bands to come out of England, bought everything they ever released. Got to see them at The Birmingham Odeon many years ago.
Kevin Gillespie Saw them in London with The Who and Lou Reed all on the same bill ,great day but a little foggy in my mind . Maybe somebody put something in my drink or perhaps something I swallowed.
Ronald Martin Have seen them at least 5 times.....they continued with Brian Howe taking over the lead and produced several albums with him. In the mid 90s Paul rejoined the group......RIP Boz Burrell
David Niccum My daughter used to yell from the back seat, "Mommy, I want to hear Johnny!!" (Shooting Star)
Maria Laura Panzeri I was SO into this band on my last year of high school...still love them <3
Juan Montoya I saw Badco in 1977 in Houston the Summit,paid $7.50.still have ticket stub
Celeste Best Mott the Hoople!! 😎😎
Les Shifler You forgot to mention that Badco was the first group signed by Led Zeppelin's Swan song records....
Samuel Stegora I got a live album of Bad Company. The way they did the song Shooting Star. That was great, Simple man was good also. Great group . 🎸🎶🎸
Michael Jorgensen Played a few of their songs with my band back in the early 70's. Fun songs to play.
Rosemary Sidaway Countind down days until we see Bad Company next month at Genting Arena Birmingham UK. Gonna be a rockin good night!
Scott Moroz Their self titled song, "Bad Company" was my theme song during senior year of high school
Tracy Gross They were awesome in concert, can remember the year but Damn Yankees opened for them
Deborah Stewart Arace Just got to finally see them with Paul Rogers back in July!!!
Steve Doiron This sounds so great on vinyl. I know,I'm spinning it now loud. Lol 🎵🎶✌
Mark Heinzel Had tickets to see them this summer. Outdoor concert and a storm. Didn't go. Dammit!!!
Brian May Saw their first UK concert, in Newcastle. Going to see their tour in October. Same City, much bigger venue.
Kenn Smith Didn't know previous work of other band members beyond Paul. Impressed!!!👍🎼🎸
John Mouse-Hayhoe In my top 5 favorite singers of all time. His tone is legendary.
Gene Morris Rogers is one of the greats.
Randy Barrier http://tommygun-video.myshopify.com/collections/dvds/products/emerson-lake-palmer-masters-from-the-vaults
Naushad N. Vakeel A great band, I have all the albums of Bad Company.
Joann Jackson Paul Rodgers... Best voice in rock music❤️❤️❤️❤️
Carol Tucker Cooper One of the greatest bands ever😊
This Day in Music
This Day in MusicSeptember 30th, 2016 at 4:57am

27th Sept 1986, Metallica bass player Cliff Burton was crushed to death after the bands tour bus crashed between Stockholm and Copenhagen. During a European tour members from the band drew cards for the most comfortable bunk on the tour bus, Burton had won the...

Sam Foster I was lucky enough to see them with Cliff twice on the 'Kill 'em All' tour, once opening for Raven at a roller rink, and again opening for Vandenberg at a small theater.
Ron Koralewski I remember listening to Metallica before it was cool. I saw Cliff perform during Ride the Lightning... love Fade to Black ... best Metallica song.🎸🎸
Brian K. Dench Lars and James was looking for THE so called black ice. Walked for awhile to look for it. Never was found. Found out that the driver fell asleep.
Mario Daniel Rodriguez He was a huge influence on my style of playing. Metal bass sans pick!
Michael Booth That was a sad day for this 16 year old when I heard the news.
Cyndi Keough Springford Posted The Four Horsemen as my "song of the day". They just weren't the same after Cliff passed.
Steve Danziger Cliff and his Mom came to Hayward Record Factory and were so excited. Sad
Denise Cella Hreha Wow, 20 years have passed already. I remember it like it was yesterday!
Lisa Smith Listening to Orion right now...bittersweet!
Marian Charles Hall Such a loss!
Robert Neill RIP Cliff
Peggy Scott Brutal !
Elias Alvarado Jr. 30 years ago, Seems Like Just Yesterday #RIPCliff😞
Angeles Jay He was a bass shredder
Dan Sargent Gone too soon!
Lena Ayres What a crazy way to die! Rest in peace❤
Michelle Moore Molly 😳
Klavdija Plohl Urban Leskovar
Jim Button Davide Marcuzzi
Cambry Penix Brandon Penix
JoAnn Sisley Gregory E. Uryasz
Paul Everett Rahmaal Benoit Williams