Seattle Honors The Clash With International Clash Day


Even though it’s more widely known as Super Bowl Sunday, Seattle has declared Sunday, February 7 “International Clash Day” in the city, joining King County, Washington and Bridgewater, U.K. in that recognition, in honor of The Clash. “Legendary UK band the Clash formed in 1976, establishing their unique sound combining punk with reggae, dub, funk and ska, behind socially conscious lyrics.”More »


David Lee Roth Supposedly Launching New Website


Van Halen singer David Lee Roth will launch a new website at DavidLeeRoth.net on February 7, along with a new episode of The Roth Show, the video webcast he began hosting in 2012. Roth previously pulled his website, along with all episodes of The Roth Show, after Van Halen announced plans to release their Tokyo Dome live LP and 2014 tour.More »


Rock ’n Ride Boat Show Giveaway


103.5 The Arrow welcomes the Utah Boat Show & Watersports Exposition February 11-14, to the South Towne Expo Center in Sandy   South Towne Expo Center’s 250,000 square feet will be filled with over $50 million worth of 2016 boats, recreational equipment and marine accessories. Boat displays include ski boats,…

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Lenny Kravitz Speaks On His Idols


Lenny Kravitz has taken some time out to sit down with Rolling Stone and talk about some of his idols. In the interview, Kravitz says it’s interesting to see how some of his biggest idols have evolved over the years. “Bob and Mick and McCartney – it’s wonderful to see how they’ve become like the jazz cats,” he began.More »


Janis Joplin Documentary Opens In Select U.K. Theatres


Janis Joplin documentary Janis: Little Girl Blue will run in a select number of U.K. and Ireland cinemas this week. After a special screening in London on February 2, the film opens at cinemas in the capital, Dublin, Manchester, Cardiff and Wallingford on February 5 and will then also run in Glasgow, Liverpool, Sheffield, Bristol, Brighton and Cambridge from February 12.More »