Win Tickets To Journey At Climate Pledge, Unreleased Music From The Beatles


One of the most legendary rock bands of all time, Journey, announces their Freedom Tour 2022, featuring very special guests Billy Idol. They will play at Climate Pledge Arena on March 28th.Tickets go on sale Friday at 10am but listen all week long to The Danny Bonaduce & Sarah Morning Show for your chance to win tickets before you can buy them.

More new music from your favorites. A lost and previously unheard song featuring Beatles members George Harrison and Ringo Starr was recently rediscovered. The song was written and recorded in 1968, around the height of their fame.

And Kiss is releasing an extended anniversary version of Destroyer on Friday, featuring a number of rare tracks including an unreleased song called “Rock ‘n’ Rolls Royce”.

In the History of Rock in 1956 – Johnny And The Moondogs, consisting of John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison, appear in the final round of Britain’s TV Star Search at The Hippodrome Theatre, Manchester, where they perform “Think It Over” and “It’s So Easy”. Judging was done by the volume of applause each group received at the end of the night. Unfortunately, the Moondogs didn’t have enough money to stay overnight and were forced to head back to Liverpool before they were called back to stage.

In 1969 – Janis Joplin was arrested during a gig in Tampa, Florida, after badmouthing a policeman and using vulgar and indecent language. Joplin became upset after police moved into the hall forcing fans to move back to their seats. As the singer left the stage she confronted a detective calling him ‘a son of a bitch’ and told him she would kick his face in. She was released on $504 bail.

And in 1992 –Ozzy Osbourne announced his retirement from touring after a gig in California, saying “Who wants to be touring at 46.” Ozzy Osbourne performs what he said would be his last concert. The show turns into a Black Sabbath reunion when former band mates Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler and Bill Ward join him on stage. In 1995 Osbourne released Ozzmosis and returned to touring, dubbing his concert performances “The Retirement Sucks Tour.” Almost 30 years later, he’s still touring.


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