- Sandra Miller's Daily Buzz: New Nugent album & Mary Clayton seriously injured
- Sandra Miller's Daily Buzz: Lars accepts the challenge & Axl has World Cup fever
- Sandra Miller's Daily Buzz: The Allman Brothers are calling it quits
- Sandra Miller's Daily Buzz: Steve Perry performs for the first time in 19 years!
- Sandra Miller's Daily Buzz: Stairway to a lawsuit
- Sandra Miller's Daily Buzz: Record Store Day Is Tomorrow!
- Sandra Miller's Daily Buzz: Check out new music from Metallica & Roger Daltrey
- Sandra Miller's Daily Buzz: KISS/Def Leppard: Press Conference Monday!
- Sandra Miller's Daily Buzz: Ozzy's cursed House & KISS makeup gets kids busted
- Sandar Miller's Daily Buzz - Van Halen album & other tidbits
- Sandra MIller's Daily Buzz: Jimi's final interview & The Chili Peps come clean on their super fake Super Bowl performance
- Sandra Miller's Daily Buzz: Motley Crue & Alice Cooper are coming... and we say good bye to Pete Seeger
- Sandra Miller's Daily Buzz: Joe Perry puts on his acting hat
- Sandra Miller's Daily Buzz: Alice Cooper opening for Motley Crue??
- Sandra Miller's Daily Buzz: Rock on the Range lineup & The Stones' digital release
- Aerosmith: give us a second chance!!
- 2013 YEAR IN REVIEW
- The OTHER Jagger...
- Elton is coming, but not Orion...
- Interview: Jesse James Dupree
The lineup for this year's Rock on the Range has officially been announced. Guns n' Roses, Kid Rock & Avenged Sevenfold will all be headliners. GNR? Who saw that coming?? The rest of the lineup includes, Five Finger Death Punch, Staind, Fuel, Seether, Chevelle, Alter Bridge, Black Label Society, Mastodon, Theory of a Deadman, Killswitch Engage, Bring Me the Horizon, Black Stone Cherry, Pop Evil, Adelitas Way, The Pretty Reckless, Redlight King, Rev Theory, Devour the Day and We As Human. The festival runs May 16-18 at Columbus Crew Stadium. Be listening to WONE all next week to win 3-day passes! www.RockOnTheRange.com
The live music from The Rolling Stones' 1965 documentary, Charlie Is My Darling is being released digitally on Tuesday. You'll get a dozen performances from the era when the band played mostly R&B covers. There is actually only one Jagger/Richards song - "The Last Time" - the first Stones single they ever wrote. Here's the track listing...
1. Everybody Needs Somebody to Love
2. Pain In My Heart
3. Down the Road Apiece
4. Time Is On My Side
5. I'm Alright
6. Off the Hook
7. Charlie's intro to Little Red Rooster
8. Little Red Rooster
9. Route 66
10. I'm Moving On
11. The Last Time
12. Everybody Needs Somebody to Love (Finale)