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The band, Gypsy, was originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota and was formed by Jim Johnson, Enrico Rosenbaum and James Walsh. Audio titled interview-james-walsh-of-gypsy
Favazz talks to Paul & Gene at the grand opening of Rock & Brew in St. Louis - January 11, 2017
All this year KSHE 95 is celebrating 50 years of Real Rock Radio in St. Louis! You can be a part of the celebration by picking up the 50th Anniversary KSHE sticker for FREE available at any of the 18 locally owned Car-X Tire & Auto locations ! From Car-X Tire & Auto -...
Richard Fortus from Guns N' Roses stopped by the KSHE studios today to discuss all things #GnFnR with Favazz Audio titled richard-fortus-of-guns-n-roses-interview Check it out: 10 Things You Might Not Know About Guns N’ Roses 10 Things You Might Not Know About Guns N’ Roses 1 of...
Gene Wilder has died at the age of 83. His nephew revealed that he he died of complications from Alzheimer’s disease after being diagnosed three years ago. His family said in a statement, "The choice to keep this private was his choice, in talking with us and making a decision...
On last night’s episode of Roadies on Showtime, one of the character regales the crew with a story from his past about Lynyrd Skynyrd and one of the band members is sporting a KSHE shirt!!! Created by Oscar® winner Cameron Crowe, ROADIES is an insider’s look at the reckless,...
Delmar Hall , a new 750 capacity music venue in the Delmar Loop, announces its grand opening lineup, beginning with the St. Louis’ return of the iconic band Stir on September 30 & the Jay Farrar Trio performing Son Volt’s landmark ‘Trace’ in it’s entirety on October 1...
Stir is a band from St. Charles that was popular in the 90's, signed to Capitol Records and broke up in the early 2000's. Oh yeah, these are the guys that started El Monstero. Andy, Kevin and Brad … my friends whether Stir is together or not. Check it out: Stir performs "Velvet...
Siteman Cancer Center’s Patient Care Fund helps patients in need of financial assistance so they are able to continue treatment. Purchase your commemorative KSHE 95 blanket to benefit those cancer patients in need