Bon Jovi Cover Rolling Stones At Isle Of Wight Festival »
Bon Jovi wrapped up their two-hour set at the Isle of Wight Festival this weekend with a Rolling Stones cover. The band took the stage a half-hour later than scheduled and launched into a set that included such hits as "Keep The Faith," "You Give Love A Bad Name," "It's My Life," and "Wanted Dead or Alive." They also paid tribute to the Stones by covering "Start Me Up."
Paul McCartney Rocks Bonnaroo »
Paul McCartney offered up a selection of Beatles classics during his performance at the Bonnaroo Music Festival in Manchester, Tennessee over the weekend. The legend hit the stage in a dapper black and white suit and joked with the crowd about their extracurriculars at the event. "That's some pretty good weed I can smell up here," said McCartney from onstage during the show.
5 for the Drive - Win a family 4-pack of tickets to the Firework Frenzy & Pat Benatar tix! »
This week on 5 for the Drive with Gary Michaels win a family 4-pack of tickets to the Firework Frenzy July 6th at RMR and a entry to become a finalist to win the new car from KSLCars.com and the Young Automotive Group and a pair of tickets to see Pat Benatar at the Sandy Amphitheatre July 3rd!
All Request Classic Lunch- Win tickets to the Bees & The Days of '47 Rodeo! »
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This week you can win a 4-pack of tickets to The Days of '47 Komatsu Equipment Rodeo presented by Zions Bank and Vivint and a Family 4-pack of tickets to the Bees Baseball firework night on July 6th!
Morning Show- Win a $20 Outback Steakhouse gift card! »
This week just for listening win a $20 Outback Steakhouse gift card!
KISS Drummer Says He's Tired Of Fans Asking For The Original Lineup »
Current KISS drummer Eric Singer says he has grown weary of fans routinely asking for the original lineup to reunite. During a recent interview with Radio Nova, Singer said that fans are often more than willing to share their opinions about the band's future and direction. "The people that want to complain about 'I don't like this,' or 'I don't like that. . .'"