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.

Phil Collins Appears In 808 Documentary

Phil Collins is featured in the new documentary 808, in which producers and musicians sing the praises of the Roland TR-808, a programmable drum machine. The doc features a host of big names including Damon Albarn, Diplo, New Order, Fatboy Slim, David Guetta, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.

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Phil Collins Appears In 808 Documentary

Phil Collins is featured in the new documentary 808, in which producers and musicians sing the praises of the Roland TR-808, a programmable drum machine. The doc features a host of big names including Damon Albarn, Diplo, New Order, Fatboy Slim, David Guetta, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.

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Eagles' Don Henley Sues Company For Unauthorized Use Of Name In Ad

Former Eagles fronter Don Henley has sued the Duluth Trading Company, a trading company who sent out an e-mail advertising its line of Henley shirts with the copy "Don a Henley and Take It Easy." "This kind of thing happens with some degree of frequency and the members of the Eagles always defend their rights, often at great expense," Henley's spokesperson said.

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Eagles' Don Henley Sues Company For Unauthorized Use Of Name In Ad

Former Eagles fronter Don Henley has sued the Duluth Trading Company, a trading company who sent out an e-mail advertising its line of Henley shirts with the copy "Don a Henley and Take It Easy." "This kind of thing happens with some degree of frequency and the members of the Eagles always defend their rights, often at great expense," Henley's spokesperson said.

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Styx And Journey Hit The Seas For 2015 Carnival Cruise Concert Series

Styx and Journey have confirmed that they will be playing the second annual Carnival Cruise concert series. Journey will be performing on March 18 and 19, 2015 in St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Styx will play on July 16-18 and July 20 in Nassau, in the Bahamas.

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Styx And Journey Hit The Seas For 2015 Carnival Cruise Concert Series

Styx and Journey have confirmed that they will be playing the second annual Carnival Cruise concert series. Journey will be performing on March 18 and 19, 2015 in St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Styx will play on July 16-18 and July 20 in Nassau, in the Bahamas.

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Eagles' Don Henley Sues Company For Unauthorized Use Of Name In Ad

Former Eagles fronter Don Henley has sued the Duluth Trading Company, a trading company who sent out an e-mail advertising its line of Henley shirts with the copy "Don a Henley and Take It Easy." "This kind of thing happens with some degree of frequency and the members of the Eagles always defend their rights, often at great expense," Henley's spokesperson said.

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Eagles' Don Henley Sues Company For Unauthorized Use Of Name In Ad

Former Eagles fronter Don Henley has sued the Duluth Trading Company, a trading company who sent out an e-mail advertising its line of Henley shirts with the copy "Don a Henley and Take It Easy." "This kind of thing happens with some degree of frequency and the members of the Eagles always defend their rights, often at great expense," Henley's spokesperson said.

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David Crosby Says Neil Young Is Very 'Angry' At Him

David Crosby said on Twitter that Neil Young is "very angry" with him. The comment came in response to a question from a fan who asked, "Why will there be no more CSN&Y shows?" Croz had previously noted: "I hear Neil said 'there will never be any more CSNY shows' that's like saying there are mountains in Tibet. We know Neil . . . we already knew."

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David Crosby Says Neil Young Is Very 'Angry' At Him

David Crosby said on Twitter that Neil Young is "very angry" with him. The comment came in response to a question from a fan who asked, "Why will there be no more CSN&Y shows?" Croz had previously noted: "I hear Neil said 'there will never be any more CSNY shows' that's like saying there are mountains in Tibet. We know Neil . . . we already knew."

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U2 Answers Questions About Tax-Dodging Accusations

After U2 moved their publishing company from Ireland to the Netherlands, the band faced accusations of dodging their home country's taxes. The anger culminated in a clash between protestors at Glastonbury with police. The group Art Uncut came to the U2 performance with a large inflated sign that read "U pay tax 2?" The protestors were eventually wrestled to the ground.

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U2 Answers Questions About Tax-Dodging Accusations

After U2 moved their publishing company from Ireland to the Netherlands, the band faced accusations of dodging their home country's taxes. The anger culminated in a clash between protestors at Glastonbury with police. The group Art Uncut came to the U2 performance with a large inflated sign that read "U pay tax 2?" The protestors were eventually wrestled to the ground.

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Aerosmith's Baying At The Moon Bootleg Available On Vinyl

Aerosmith will release Baying at the Moon, a recording of the band's March 28, 1978 Boston gig that came in support of their Draw the Line album. The two-LP set features 19 tracks and is limited to a 1,000 copy run. The show was originally broadcast live on Boston's WBCN FM.

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Aerosmith's Baying At The Moon Bootleg Available On Vinyl

Aerosmith will release Baying at the Moon, a recording of the band's March 28, 1978 Boston gig that came in support of their Draw the Line album. The two-LP set features 19 tracks and is limited to a 1,000 copy run. The show was originally broadcast live on Boston's WBCN FM.

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David Bowie Releases 'Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)' To Radio

David Bowie debuted his latest cut "Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)" to radio, premiering the song on Guy Garvey's BBC6 radio program. "Here's another thing I never thought I'd find myself saying," said Garvey introducing the song. "Time now for the first play, anywhere ever in the world on the radio, of David Bowie's new song."

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David Bowie Releases 'Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)' To Radio

David Bowie debuted his latest cut "Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)" to radio, premiering the song on Guy Garvey's BBC6 radio program. "Here's another thing I never thought I'd find myself saying," said Garvey introducing the song. "Time now for the first play, anywhere ever in the world on the radio, of David Bowie's new song."

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Johnny Cash Being Honored With Bridge In Folsom

City officials in Folsom, California have named a new pedestrian/bicycle overpass after the late Johnny Cash. The Man in Black named his 1968 album, At Folsom Prison, after the local prison where he performed. "People around the world know Folsom because of that very famous song," Folsom Mayor Kerri Howell tells the Sacramento Bee.

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Johnny Cash Being Honored With Bridge In Folsom

City officials in Folsom, California have named a new pedestrian/bicycle overpass after the late Johnny Cash. The Man in Black named his 1968 album, At Folsom Prison, after the local prison where he performed. "People around the world know Folsom because of that very famous song," Folsom Mayor Kerri Howell tells the Sacramento Bee.

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