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.

Stephen Hawking Contributes Vocals To Pink Floyd's New Song 'Talkin' Hawkin''

Stephen Hawking reportedly contributes vocals to a new Pink Floyd song, "Talkin Hawkin," which appears on the band's upcoming record, The Endless River. According to Consequence of Sound, the physicist is credited in the full album credits, which leaked online. Hawking speaks through a speech generating device, which was designed for him after he was diagnosed with an ALS.

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Stephen Hawking Contributes Vocals To Pink Floyd's New Song 'Talkin' Hawkin''

Stephen Hawking reportedly contributes vocals to a new Pink Floyd song, "Talkin Hawkin," which appears on the band's upcoming record, The Endless River. According to Consequence of Sound, the physicist is credited in the full album credits, which leaked online. Hawking speaks through a speech generating device, which was designed for him after he was diagnosed with an ALS.

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Iggy Pop And Dario Argento Seek Crowdfunding For 'Sandman' Movie

Iggy Pop and Italian director Dario Argento (Profundo Russo) are trying to crowdsource a quarter-million dollars for a film adaptation of the E.T.A. Hoffmann 1816 short story Der Sandmann. Sandman would center on a young man named Nathan who hunts down the serial killing titular character.

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Iggy Pop And Dario Argento Seek Crowdfunding For 'Sandman' Movie

Iggy Pop and Italian director Dario Argento (Profundo Russo) are trying to crowdsource a quarter-million dollars for a film adaptation of the E.T.A. Hoffmann 1816 short story Der Sandmann. Sandman would center on a young man named Nathan who hunts down the serial killing titular character.

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Ozzy Osbourne Insists He Didn't Mean To Make Light Of 9/11

After it was reported that Ozzy Osbourne called the September 11 attacks on New York City "my kind of craziness," the Black Sabbath fronter has explained his intended meaning. The original comment came in an interview with Shortlist, when he said, "I wasn't scared [during 9/11], I was excited. It was my kind of craziness, y'know."

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Ozzy Osbourne Insists He Didn't Mean To Make Light Of 9/11

After it was reported that Ozzy Osbourne called the September 11 attacks on New York City "my kind of craziness," the Black Sabbath fronter has explained his intended meaning. The original comment came in an interview with Shortlist, when he said, "I wasn't scared [during 9/11], I was excited. It was my kind of craziness, y'know."

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Stevie Nicks And Haim Performance Of 'Rhiannon' Streaming Online

Stevie Nicks hooked up with Haim to record a new version of the former's classic "Rhiannon." The hook up came during a lengthy sit down with the New York Times' T magazine. During the interview, Nicks talked about her inspiration to become a singer. Nicks is on tour with Fleetwood Mac now.

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Stevie Nicks And Haim Performance Of 'Rhiannon' Streaming Online

Stevie Nicks hooked up with Haim to record a new version of the former's classic "Rhiannon." The hook up came during a lengthy sit down with the New York Times' T magazine. During the interview, Nicks talked about her inspiration to become a singer. Nicks is on tour with Fleetwood Mac now.

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John Lennon's Entire Solo Catalog Arrives On Spotify

John Lennon's entire solo catalog is now available for free streaming on Spotify. The service offers his eight full length solo LPs plus three compilations. The studio efforts include John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band (1970), Imagine (1971), Some Time In New York City (1972), Mind Games (1973), Walls and Bridges (1974) and Rock 'n' Roll (1975).

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John Lennon's Entire Solo Catalog Arrives On Spotify

John Lennon's entire solo catalog is now available for free streaming on Spotify. The service offers his eight full length solo LPs plus three compilations. The studio efforts include John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band (1970), Imagine (1971), Some Time In New York City (1972), Mind Games (1973), Walls and Bridges (1974) and Rock 'n' Roll (1975).

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David Bowie's New Single Is Supposedly 'Jazz-Oriented'

David Bowie's upcoming single, "Sue (or in a Season of Crime)," is said to have a jazz influence. According to The Telegraph, the Thin White Duke worked with "a leading jazz orchestra" for the song on his upcoming compilation, Nothing Has Changed. The cut was recorded in New York this past summer with the Maria Schneider Orchestra.

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David Bowie's New Single Is Supposedly 'Jazz-Oriented'

David Bowie's upcoming single, "Sue (or in a Season of Crime)," is said to have a jazz influence. According to The Telegraph, the Thin White Duke worked with "a leading jazz orchestra" for the song on his upcoming compilation, Nothing Has Changed. The cut was recorded in New York this past summer with the Maria Schneider Orchestra.

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Stevie Wonder, Lorde, Pharrell And Others Cover Beach Boy's 'God Only Knows'

Stevie Wonder covered the Beach Boys' "God Only Knows" for the launch of BBC Music with a slew of other artists. Proceeds from the cover of the 1966 hit will benefit the BBC's Children in Need campaign.

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Stevie Wonder, Lorde, Pharrell And Others Cover Beach Boy's 'God Only Knows'

Stevie Wonder covered the Beach Boys' "God Only Knows" for the launch of BBC Music with a slew of other artists. Proceeds from the cover of the 1966 hit will benefit the BBC's Children in Need campaign.

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Roger Daltrey Says Getting Older Means Using Different Kinds Of Drugs

Roger Daltrey says that, although the Who are working on new music, their sessions aren't as wild and rollicking as they used to be. Speaking with the Mirror, Daltrey said he and Pete Townshend have left their youth behind. "It's not as rock and roll, it could never be as rock and roll because we are older. There's drugs but they are just different . . ."

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Roger Daltrey Says Getting Older Means Using Different Kinds Of Drugs

Roger Daltrey says that, although the Who are working on new music, their sessions aren't as wild and rollicking as they used to be. Speaking with the Mirror, Daltrey said he and Pete Townshend have left their youth behind. "It's not as rock and roll, it could never be as rock and roll because we are older. There's drugs but they are just different . . ."

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Stevie Wonder, Lorde, Pharrell And Others Cover Beach Boy's 'God Only Knows'

Stevie Wonder covered the Beach Boys' "God Only Knows" for the launch of BBC Music with a slew of other artists. Proceeds from the cover of the 1966 hit will benefit the BBC's Children in Need campaign.

read more »
Stevie Wonder, Lorde, Pharrell And Others Cover Beach Boy's 'God Only Knows'

Stevie Wonder covered the Beach Boys' "God Only Knows" for the launch of BBC Music with a slew of other artists. Proceeds from the cover of the 1966 hit will benefit the BBC's Children in Need campaign.

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