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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.

Gene Simmons Says Women Should 'Stop Depending On Men'

Gene Simmons thinks that women around the world should stop depending on men. Speaking on Fox News to promote his new book - Me, Inc: Build An Army Of One, Unleash Your Inner Rock God, Win In Life And Business - Simmons offered advice to the female population. "This is a very complex and difficult question to answer so I'm going to put it as simply as possible."

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Gene Simmons Says Women Should 'Stop Depending On Men'

Gene Simmons thinks that women around the world should stop depending on men. Speaking on Fox News to promote his new book - Me, Inc: Build An Army Of One, Unleash Your Inner Rock God, Win In Life And Business - Simmons offered advice to the female population. "This is a very complex and difficult question to answer so I'm going to put it as simply as possible."

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Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Named Number One Pick-Me-Up Song

"Bohemian Rhapsody," the 1975 hit from Queen, was named the most uplifting song in a recent BBC poll. According to the news source, 26 percent of respondents say it's the song that makes them "feel perkier when they are sick or faced with hard times." "Dancing Queen" by ABBA came in second (22 percent) and "Happy" by Pharrell Williams tied for third (21).

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Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Named Number One Pick-Me-Up Song

"Bohemian Rhapsody," the 1975 hit from Queen, was named the most uplifting song in a recent BBC poll. According to the news source, 26 percent of respondents say it's the song that makes them "feel perkier when they are sick or faced with hard times." "Dancing Queen" by ABBA came in second (22 percent) and "Happy" by Pharrell Williams tied for third (21).

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Cheap Trick To Play Classic Rock Festival

Cheap Trick are set to play the Classic Rock Festival in Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit, Mexico, which goes down from December 11 to 15. Other acts booked include Kansas, Jefferson Starship, Foghat, Gary Wright, the Spencer Davis Group, Poco, Steve Augeri (Journey), Firefall and more.

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Cheap Trick To Play Classic Rock Festival

Cheap Trick are set to play the Classic Rock Festival in Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit, Mexico, which goes down from December 11 to 15. Other acts booked include Kansas, Jefferson Starship, Foghat, Gary Wright, the Spencer Davis Group, Poco, Steve Augeri (Journey), Firefall and more.

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Rolling Stones Begin Delayed Australian And New Zealand Tour Dates

After shelving several dates across Australia and New Zealand earlier in the year, the Rolling Stones began the make up shows on Saturday, October 25 at the Adelaide Oval. "We're sorry we kept you waiting so long," frontman Mick Jagger joked with the 53,000 strong crowd before launching into the set.

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Rolling Stones Begin Delayed Australian And New Zealand Tour Dates

After shelving several dates across Australia and New Zealand earlier in the year, the Rolling Stones began the make up shows on Saturday, October 25 at the Adelaide Oval. "We're sorry we kept you waiting so long," frontman Mick Jagger joked with the 53,000 strong crowd before launching into the set.

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Allman Brothers Pay Tribute To Jack Bruce At Beacon Theater

Allman Brothers Band paid tribute to the late Cream bassist Jack Bruce, who passed away on Saturday, October 25. They covered the band's song "Politician," working the cut into their own song of "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed." The full set included Allman classics like "Don't Keep Me Wondering," "Statesboro Blues," "Woman Across The River," and "Ain't Wasting Time No More."

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Allman Brothers Pay Tribute To Jack Bruce At Beacon Theater

Allman Brothers Band paid tribute to the late Cream bassist Jack Bruce, who passed away on Saturday, October 25. They covered the band's song "Politician," working the cut into their own song of "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed." The full set included Allman classics like "Don't Keep Me Wondering," "Statesboro Blues," "Woman Across The River," and "Ain't Wasting Time No More."

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Eric Clapton Shares Jack Bruce Tribute Song 'For Jack'

Eric Clapton has shared a new acoustic instrumental track, "For Jack," in memory of former Cream bandmate Jack Bruce, who recently passed away at the age of 71 after a battle with liver disease. Clapton posted a brief Facebook note that read in part, "He was a great musician and composer, and a tremendous inspiration to me."

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Eric Clapton Shares Jack Bruce Tribute Song 'For Jack'

Eric Clapton has shared a new acoustic instrumental track, "For Jack," in memory of former Cream bandmate Jack Bruce, who recently passed away at the age of 71 after a battle with liver disease. Clapton posted a brief Facebook note that read in part, "He was a great musician and composer, and a tremendous inspiration to me."

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Rush Plan Tour For Spring

In honor of their 40th anniversary, Rush have announced plans to hit the road for a celebratory tour in the spring. Guitarist Alex Lifeson revealed the news at the Robby Krieger St. Jude Invitational golf classic last month.

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Rush Plan Tour For Spring

In honor of their 40th anniversary, Rush have announced plans to hit the road for a celebratory tour in the spring. Guitarist Alex Lifeson revealed the news at the Robby Krieger St. Jude Invitational golf classic last month.

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Cream Bassist Jack Bruce Dies At 71

Jack Bruce, who played bass and was a singer-songwriter with the 1960s supergroup Cream, died on Saturday. He was 71. His death was reportedly caused by liver disease and took place at his home in Suffolk, England, where he was surrounded by his family. News of his death was posted on the band's official website and Facebook page by his family.

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Cream Bassist Jack Bruce Dies At 71

Jack Bruce, who played bass and was a singer-songwriter with the 1960s supergroup Cream, died on Saturday. He was 71. His death was reportedly caused by liver disease and took place at his home in Suffolk, England, where he was surrounded by his family. News of his death was posted on the band's official website and Facebook page by his family.

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Sting Talks About Tantric Sex

During a recent appearance on Inside the Actors Studio, Sting explained his affinity for tantric sex. "The idea of tantric sex is a spiritual act," he told host James Lipton. "I don't know any purer and better way of expressing a love for another individual than sharing that wonderful, I call it, 'sacrament.' I would stand by it."

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Sting Talks About Tantric Sex

During a recent appearance on Inside the Actors Studio, Sting explained his affinity for tantric sex. "The idea of tantric sex is a spiritual act," he told host James Lipton. "I don't know any purer and better way of expressing a love for another individual than sharing that wonderful, I call it, 'sacrament.' I would stand by it."

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