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.

The Doobie Brothers And Zac Brown Release New Version Of 'Black Water'

The Doobie Brothers and Zac Brown have released a new version of "Black Water." The classic rock band will be releasing a compilation of their songs re-recorded alongside country artists, titled Southbound. "I have seen a lot of people, including myself, make a lot of tip money because of 'Black Water,' so this is a full circle moment," said Brown.

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The Doobie Brothers And Zac Brown Release New Version Of 'Black Water'

The Doobie Brothers and Zac Brown have released a new version of "Black Water." The classic rock band will be releasing a compilation of their songs re-recorded alongside country artists, titled Southbound. "I have seen a lot of people, including myself, make a lot of tip money because of 'Black Water,' so this is a full circle moment," said Brown.

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Roger Waters Issues Statement To Confirm He's Not On New Pink Floyd Album

While Pink Floyd fans are excited over news of a new studio album from the band, Roger Waters is not. Waters took to his Facebook to explain that he has nothing to do with The Endless River and that he is no longer a member of the band. "Some people have been asking Laurie, my wife, about a new album I have coming out in November," Waters said in the post.

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Roger Waters Issues Statement To Confirm He's Not On New Pink Floyd Album

While Pink Floyd fans are excited over news of a new studio album from the band, Roger Waters is not. Waters took to his Facebook to explain that he has nothing to do with The Endless River and that he is no longer a member of the band. "Some people have been asking Laurie, my wife, about a new album I have coming out in November," Waters said in the post.

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Judas Priest Kick Off Redeemer Of Souls Tour

Judas Priest officially kicked off their Redeemer of Souls tour in Rochester, New York. Steel Panther is providing direct support for Priest as they perform over 30 dates in support of their latest LP, Redeemer of Souls, which topped Billboard's Rock Albums and Hard Rock Albums charts, as well as placing number six on the Top 200 Albums chart.

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Judas Priest Kick Off Redeemer Of Souls Tour

Judas Priest officially kicked off their Redeemer of Souls tour in Rochester, New York. Steel Panther is providing direct support for Priest as they perform over 30 dates in support of their latest LP, Redeemer of Souls, which topped Billboard's Rock Albums and Hard Rock Albums charts, as well as placing number six on the Top 200 Albums chart.

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David Bowie Teases Album Artwork For Nothing Has Changed

David Bowie has teased the cover of his upcoming compilation, Nothing has Changed. In the photo Bowie's head is turned away from the viewer who sees the reflection of his face in a mirror. The shot was snapped by photographer Jimmy King. "Look in his eyes and see your reflection," wrote Bowie on Facebook, while sharing the pic.

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David Bowie Teases Album Artwork For Nothing Has Changed

David Bowie has teased the cover of his upcoming compilation, Nothing has Changed. In the photo Bowie's head is turned away from the viewer who sees the reflection of his face in a mirror. The shot was snapped by photographer Jimmy King. "Look in his eyes and see your reflection," wrote Bowie on Facebook, while sharing the pic.

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KISS Songwriter Faces Child Pornography Charges

Stephen Coronel, a songwriter on a number of hits for KISS, is now facing child pornography charges. Coronel, who contributed to the writing of "Goin' Blind" from 1974's Hotter Than Hell and "She" from 1975's Dressed to Kill, was arrested in Beaufort County, South Carolina on September 26.

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KISS Songwriter Faces Child Pornography Charges

Stephen Coronel, a songwriter on a number of hits for KISS, is now facing child pornography charges. Coronel, who contributed to the writing of "Goin' Blind" from 1974's Hotter Than Hell and "She" from 1975's Dressed to Kill, was arrested in Beaufort County, South Carolina on September 26.

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Alice Cooper Covers Beatles' 'Eleanor Rigby'

Alice Cooper has released a teaser clip of his upcoming cover of the Beatles' "Eleanor Rigby," which is taken off of The Art of McCartney, an all-star tribute to Paul McCartney. "We were way influenced by the Beatles' music, by the great songwriting of [John] Lennon and McCartney," Cooper said.

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Alice Cooper Covers Beatles' 'Eleanor Rigby'

Alice Cooper has released a teaser clip of his upcoming cover of the Beatles' "Eleanor Rigby," which is taken off of The Art of McCartney, an all-star tribute to Paul McCartney. "We were way influenced by the Beatles' music, by the great songwriting of [John] Lennon and McCartney," Cooper said.

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Fleetwood Mac Begin Reunion Tour With Christine McVie

Fleetwood Mac kicked off their reunion tour with Christine McVie in Minnesota in front of 17,000 fans. "This is a band that continues to evolve through good times and adversity. This is just, I guess, the latest chapter," Lindsey Buckingham reportedly told the crowd, referring to McVie's return as "a beautiful, profound, poetic new chapter."

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Fleetwood Mac Begin Reunion Tour With Christine McVie

Fleetwood Mac kicked off their reunion tour with Christine McVie in Minnesota in front of 17,000 fans. "This is a band that continues to evolve through good times and adversity. This is just, I guess, the latest chapter," Lindsey Buckingham reportedly told the crowd, referring to McVie's return as "a beautiful, profound, poetic new chapter."

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Queen Reveal Freddie Mercury's Version Of 'Love Kills'

Queen have unveiled a ballad version of the Freddie Mercury single "Love Kills" to promote their upcoming album Queen Forever. The compilation features three previously unreleased tracks including the Michael Jackson collaboration "There Must Be More Than This." "More Than This" was recorded in 1983 in L.A. where Freddie Mercury and Jackson sang the tune.

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Queen Reveal Freddie Mercury's Version Of 'Love Kills'

Queen have unveiled a ballad version of the Freddie Mercury single "Love Kills" to promote their upcoming album Queen Forever. The compilation features three previously unreleased tracks including the Michael Jackson collaboration "There Must Be More Than This." "More Than This" was recorded in 1983 in L.A. where Freddie Mercury and Jackson sang the tune.

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Trixter Guitarist Steve Brown Plays First Stand-In Show With Def Leppard

Trixter guitarist Steve Brown has played his first show as a stand-in with Def Leppard. Brown, who has previously played with Def Leppard's Phil Collen, is filling the shoes of Vivian Campbell, who is currently undergoing stem-cell treatment for Hodgkin's lymphoma.

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Trixter Guitarist Steve Brown Plays First Stand-In Show With Def Leppard

Trixter guitarist Steve Brown has played his first show as a stand-in with Def Leppard. Brown, who has previously played with Def Leppard's Phil Collen, is filling the shoes of Vivian Campbell, who is currently undergoing stem-cell treatment for Hodgkin's lymphoma.

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