Morning Show- 4 all day passports to Lagoon!

This week just for listening you can win 4 all day passports to Lagoon! Now open weekends. There's over 45 rides that will thrill, chill, excite, and delight you at Lagoon.

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Morning Show- 4 all day passports to Lagoon!

This week just for listening you can win 4 all day passports to Lagoon! Now open weekends. There's over 45 rides that will thrill, chill, excite, and delight you at Lagoon.

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Ace Frehley To Release Solo Album In June

Ace Frehley, former guitarist for KISS, is not getting bogged down in the recent Rock and Roll Hall of Fame fracas; instead, he's prepping the release of his first solo album in five years. The LP, Space Invader, hits June 23. "Life on earth has been good to me. The body of work I've created over the years has withstood the test of time. Today I see no obstacles before me."

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Ace Frehley To Release Solo Album In June

Ace Frehley, former guitarist for KISS, is not getting bogged down in the recent Rock and Roll Hall of Fame fracas; instead, he's prepping the release of his first solo album in five years. The LP, Space Invader, hits June 23. "Life on earth has been good to me. The body of work I've created over the years has withstood the test of time. Today I see no obstacles before me."

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Johnny Cash's Son Says There Are Four Or Five More Albums Of Unreleased Music

John Carter Cash, the son of the late Johnny Cash, says that there are "four or five more" albums' worth of material in the singer's vault. Speaking with the Guardian, John added that the estate plans on getting the material to the public soon: "There are a few things that are in the works right now - probably four or five albums if we wanted to release everything."

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Johnny Cash's Son Says There Are Four Or Five More Albums Of Unreleased Music

John Carter Cash, the son of the late Johnny Cash, says that there are "four or five more" albums' worth of material in the singer's vault. Speaking with the Guardian, John added that the estate plans on getting the material to the public soon: "There are a few things that are in the works right now - probably four or five albums if we wanted to release everything."

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Elton John And David Furnish To Wed In May

Elton John and David Furnish, who have been in a civil partnership for eight years, will wed in May, following the recent legalization of gay marriage in the U.K. Speaking with the Las Vegas Review Journal, Furnish said that the ceremony would be small and include the two children - Elijah, 3, and Zachary, 16 months - of the couple.

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Elton John And David Furnish To Wed In May

Elton John and David Furnish, who have been in a civil partnership for eight years, will wed in May, following the recent legalization of gay marriage in the U.K. Speaking with the Las Vegas Review Journal, Furnish said that the ceremony would be small and include the two children - Elijah, 3, and Zachary, 16 months - of the couple.

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Ratt Cancels Cruise Appearance After Frontman's Sister Dies

Ratt has cancelled their upcoming appearance on the Monsters of Rock cruise following the death of frontman Stephen Pearcy's sister. "We are deeply saddened to report that Stephen's sister has passed away," the band said in an official statement. "Due to this sudden and unexpected news, Ratt will not be performing on Monsters Of Rock."

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Ratt Cancels Cruise Appearance After Frontman's Sister Dies

Ratt has cancelled their upcoming appearance on the Monsters of Rock cruise following the death of frontman Stephen Pearcy's sister. "We are deeply saddened to report that Stephen's sister has passed away," the band said in an official statement. "Due to this sudden and unexpected news, Ratt will not be performing on Monsters Of Rock."

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Alice Cooper And Motley Crue Set For Milwaukee Summerfest

Alice Cooper and Motley Crue have both signed on to appear at the annual SummerFest In Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The event will take place over two stretches this summer in Milwaukee. The first is from June 25-29, while the second is from July 1-6.

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Alice Cooper And Motley Crue Set For Milwaukee Summerfest

Alice Cooper and Motley Crue have both signed on to appear at the annual SummerFest In Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The event will take place over two stretches this summer in Milwaukee. The first is from June 25-29, while the second is from July 1-6.

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Bruce Springsteen Says He Doesn't Mind Being Parodied

Bruce Springsteen has opened up on parodies of his onstage persona, saying that he doesn't mind. In fact, he says, mockery comes with the territory: "It happens to everybody, if you've been around long enough," he told Something Else Reviews. "A part of what you do is caricature, if you've had a long life. I look back on certain moments, and iconic things are very, very close to parody."

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Bruce Springsteen Says He Doesn't Mind Being Parodied

Bruce Springsteen has opened up on parodies of his onstage persona, saying that he doesn't mind. In fact, he says, mockery comes with the territory: "It happens to everybody, if you've been around long enough," he told Something Else Reviews. "A part of what you do is caricature, if you've had a long life. I look back on certain moments, and iconic things are very, very close to parody."

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KISS' Gene Simmons Says Frehley And Criss Don't Deserve To 'Wear The Paint'

The ramp up to KISS' Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is getting uglier by the day. In a new Rolling Stone interview Gene Simmons opines that former members Ace Frehley and Peter Criss "no longer deserve to wear the paint." "Just being there at the beginning is not enough . . . And if you blow it for yourself, it's your fault. You can't blame your band members."

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KISS' Gene Simmons Says Frehley And Criss Don't Deserve To 'Wear The Paint'

The ramp up to KISS' Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is getting uglier by the day. In a new Rolling Stone interview Gene Simmons opines that former members Ace Frehley and Peter Criss "no longer deserve to wear the paint." "Just being there at the beginning is not enough . . . And if you blow it for yourself, it's your fault. You can't blame your band members."

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Charlie Daniels Band Announces Off The Grid Tour

The Charlie Daniels Band are set to hit the road this spring for their Off the Grid tour. The trek comes in support of Daniels' latest effort, a Bob Dylan tribute called Off the Grid - Doin' It Dylan. "Having new material to play on the live show is like pouring a little hot sauce on your morning eggs, just adds a little extra zest to the set," Daniels says in a press release.

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Charlie Daniels Band Announces Off The Grid Tour

The Charlie Daniels Band are set to hit the road this spring for their Off the Grid tour. The trek comes in support of Daniels' latest effort, a Bob Dylan tribute called Off the Grid - Doin' It Dylan. "Having new material to play on the live show is like pouring a little hot sauce on your morning eggs, just adds a little extra zest to the set," Daniels says in a press release.

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