103.5 The Arrow's Cash or Prizes contest!

103.5 The Arrow's Cash or Prizes contest!

103.5 The Arrow's Cash or Prizes contest!

Each weekday we'll let you choose…a lump sum of cold hard cash or great prizes like a big screen TV, an iPhone 6, guitars, or other awesome gizmo's.

John Fogerty Announces 1969 World Tour

John Fogerty has announced his upcoming 1969 world tour set to begin November 7 at St. John's, Newfoundland's Mile One Stadium. The former Creedence Clearwater Revival fronter announced the tour as a tribute to the three classic albums CCR put out in 1969: Bayou Country, Green River and Willy and the Poor Boys.

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John Fogerty Announces 1969 World Tour

John Fogerty has announced his upcoming 1969 world tour set to begin November 7 at St. John's, Newfoundland's Mile One Stadium. The former Creedence Clearwater Revival fronter announced the tour as a tribute to the three classic albums CCR put out in 1969: Bayou Country, Green River and Willy and the Poor Boys.

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Fleetwood Mac Tipped To Headline Glastonbury

Fleetwood Mac, AC/DC, and Muse are the odds-on favorites to headline Glastonbury 2015, according to London's bookie William Hill. Fleetwood Mac are a 4/1 favorite to close out the fest, while Muse and AC/DC are pegged at 5/1 to perform. Another London bookmaker, Ladbrokes, has Fleetwood Mac at evens with Muse at 8/1, and AC/DC unlisted.

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Fleetwood Mac Tipped To Headline Glastonbury

Fleetwood Mac, AC/DC, and Muse are the odds-on favorites to headline Glastonbury 2015, according to London's bookie William Hill. Fleetwood Mac are a 4/1 favorite to close out the fest, while Muse and AC/DC are pegged at 5/1 to perform. Another London bookmaker, Ladbrokes, has Fleetwood Mac at evens with Muse at 8/1, and AC/DC unlisted.

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KISS Guitarist Tommy Thayer's Mother Passes Away

Patricia Thayer, mother of KISS guitarist Tommy Thayer, has passed away. The news was confirmed on the band's Facebook page, where Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons and Eric Singer condoled Tommy. "We offer our condolences and deepest sympathies to Tommy on his mother's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Paul, Eric and Gene."

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KISS Guitarist Tommy Thayer's Mother Passes Away

Patricia Thayer, mother of KISS guitarist Tommy Thayer, has passed away. The news was confirmed on the band's Facebook page, where Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons and Eric Singer condoled Tommy. "We offer our condolences and deepest sympathies to Tommy on his mother's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Paul, Eric and Gene."

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Slash Says Young Musicians 'Just Want To Grab A Bunch Of Cash'

Slash is frustrated with the youth of today's entertainment industry, venting his feelings during a recent interview with Ireland's Independent. "You know what's wrong with the whole f-in' entertainment business?" he said.

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Slash Says Young Musicians 'Just Want To Grab A Bunch Of Cash'

Slash is frustrated with the youth of today's entertainment industry, venting his feelings during a recent interview with Ireland's Independent. "You know what's wrong with the whole f-in' entertainment business?" he said.

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Dave Davies Hints That Kinks Reunion Could Happen Next Year

Dave Davies has revealed that a Kinks reunion could take place next year. The rocker, who last year said the chances of reuniting with his brother for a Kinks reunion were "50/50," says he is planning to bring the band back together in 2015.

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Dave Davies Hints That Kinks Reunion Could Happen Next Year

Dave Davies has revealed that a Kinks reunion could take place next year. The rocker, who last year said the chances of reuniting with his brother for a Kinks reunion were "50/50," says he is planning to bring the band back together in 2015.

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Rod Stewart Assures Everyone That Wasn't Him Sleeping On The Subway

Rod Stewart has assured his fans that a look-a-like caught sleeping on a New York City subway train was not him. One passenger on the train posted a pic of the snoozing man and posted it to Instagram, asking, "Wait, is that Rod Stewart?" Speaking with the New York Post, Rod's manager said that the man spotted was not Stewart.

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Rod Stewart Assures Everyone That Wasn't Him Sleeping On The Subway

Rod Stewart has assured his fans that a look-a-like caught sleeping on a New York City subway train was not him. One passenger on the train posted a pic of the snoozing man and posted it to Instagram, asking, "Wait, is that Rod Stewart?" Speaking with the New York Post, Rod's manager said that the man spotted was not Stewart.

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Black Sabbath Planning Final Album And Tour

Black Sabbath have announced that they are prepping for the band's final album and tour. Fronter Ozzy Osbourne dished to Classic Rock magazine, "The whole Sabbath experience this time around was great." "We all made friends . . . we all knew that we had a job to do, and we did it. It was a lot of fun. So we're going to do one more album, and a final tour."

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Black Sabbath Planning Final Album And Tour

Black Sabbath have announced that they are prepping for the band's final album and tour. Fronter Ozzy Osbourne dished to Classic Rock magazine, "The whole Sabbath experience this time around was great." "We all made friends . . . we all knew that we had a job to do, and we did it. It was a lot of fun. So we're going to do one more album, and a final tour."

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The Who Release New Song 'Be Lucky' To Celebrate 50th Anniversary

Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend are celebrating 50 years of the Who with the release of a two-disc collection of hits that includes "Be Lucky," their first new music since they released Endless Wire in 2006. According to the Wall Street Journal, the tune hearkens a younger version of the band.

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The Who Release New Song 'Be Lucky' To Celebrate 50th Anniversary

Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend are celebrating 50 years of the Who with the release of a two-disc collection of hits that includes "Be Lucky," their first new music since they released Endless Wire in 2006. According to the Wall Street Journal, the tune hearkens a younger version of the band.

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Pink Floyd Producer Talks Royal Albert Hall Organ Solo On Endless River

Phil Manzanera, who co-produced Pink Floyd's upcoming record The Endless River, recently discussed the band's use of a 1969 organ solo recorded at the Royal Albert Hall, noting that it marked "a great moment of rebellion." The solo was played by Richard Wright, who died in 2008, at the band's Albert Hall show on June 26, 1969, which was a controversial venue at the time.

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Pink Floyd Producer Talks Royal Albert Hall Organ Solo On Endless River

Phil Manzanera, who co-produced Pink Floyd's upcoming record The Endless River, recently discussed the band's use of a 1969 organ solo recorded at the Royal Albert Hall, noting that it marked "a great moment of rebellion." The solo was played by Richard Wright, who died in 2008, at the band's Albert Hall show on June 26, 1969, which was a controversial venue at the time.

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