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Well someone was sure to do it. There’s a parody of AC/DC’s ‘Big Balls’ about the DeflateGate scandal that is rocking the NFL in advance of Super Bowl XLIX between the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks. The new tune was posted by Seattle's Sports Radio KJR and pokes...
Name: Eric Harshman From: St. Louis, MO Works at: St. Louis Public Schools (Full Time) and St Louis Community College Meramec (Part-Time) as an English Teacher Eric has been listening to KSHE since birth (1980) or at least for as long as he can remember. Eric likes the variety...
Drummer, Steve Gorman, of the Black Crowes is a great guy. A really great guy. So much so that he gave me his cell and email address long ago. I really didn’t think he would want to talk about the breakup of the band after it was announced only yesterday. But, I emailed him and...
In fact, he said my tat was one of the better Crowes' tats that he had seen. Really nice guy and a sports junkie.
This had to be around 1999 or 2000. Tommy was in town to promote a book or something. Stopped by the KSHE studio where he brought his guitar and basically played anything that I asked him to play. Styx stuff of course. I'll never forget him saying that he likes, "white noise" in...
This is amazing! Check out 8 year-old Avery Molek just nail Van Halen’s '5150' without literally missing a beat. Who is this amazing kid? According to his official website, "I am 8 years old, absolutly LOVE drumming since I was 2 and ROCK. Some of my favorite bands are KISS, Van...
Well, well, well...thanks Robert! Click here for story.
It kinda sounds like a bad horror movie, doesn't it? Pure awesomeness or nails on a chalkboard? Click play and decide for yourself. We bet you catch yourself tapping your foot under your desk!
In the year 2000, Folgers made this commercial starring a gymnast and Paul Stanley from Kiss. Apparently, Paul Stanley is some kind of magician, because he makes this weird gesture at the end and disappears before you eyes. Unfortuantely, this commercial never aired because...