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You've gotten to know Ryan Lang over the past several years as your credible (Yeah right!) morning news anchor on WONE. Now, he's cranking up your Saturday and Sunday nights with all the rock and roll you need! 
Ryan's been to more concerts than he can remember, but that's not saying much because his memory is shot! He loves music, the outdoors, Highland Square, and just about everything else the Rubber City has to offer!  
Tune in and get to know him Saturday and Sunday nights from 7 to Midnight on 97.5 WONE.  
Saturday, 19 June 2021 06:48

Jeff Beck's Stories are Legendary!

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I love me a good Rock and Roll story... Especially when the story's coming from a true Rock and Roller. Well they don't get much more true than Jeff Beck, who took over for Eric Clapton when Slowhand left the Yardbirds, and THAT apprently "pissed off" Clapton.  That's just one…
The University of Akron is teaming up with the City of Akron and the Firefighters Local 300 to host a 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb. It's happening on the 20th anniversary of the deadliest terror attack in U.S. history.  It's a $30 registration fee and proceeds go to help the Safety…
Friday, 04 June 2021 11:40

The Beginning of a Great Adventure

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I guess you could say I kinda sorta knew what I was getting into when I met Megan and quickly realized that she was "the one."  Then some time down the road a bit she told me that she was pregnant, and through tears of joy and a complete whirlwind…
Saturday, 24 April 2021 07:15

Billy Gibbons Homage to Morrison, Richards, and More

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Billy Gibbons is out with a new, somewhat foreboding video for "Desert High" that feels more like an Oliver Stone movie than a music video...  Anyway, during the visually stunning video and bluesy guitar riffs, Gibbons pays tribute to rock legends Jim Morrison, Keith Richards, and Gram Parsons. See if…
Tuesday, 06 April 2021 11:32

One of the Largest and Loudest Concerts Ever!

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On this day, April 6, 1974, somewhere between 300,000 and 400,000 fans (as the story goes) gathered at the Ontario Motor Speedway in Ontario, California for what, at the time, was one of the loudest, largest, and baddest concerts EVER!! The legendary California Jam!  The single-day festival featured performances form…
Friday, 02 April 2021 11:54

The Beat Goes On At Progressive Field

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Part of the majesty of attending a Cleveland Indians game at Progressive Field is the melodic bass drum that eminates from atop the bleachers in left-center field.  The man behind that drum, of course, John Adams, who has been beating that drum at Tribe home games since the 1970's!  Unfortunately,…
Thursday, 25 March 2021 08:49

Clowney Feelin' Brownsy?

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Jadeveon Clowney to the Cleveland Brownies?!?!  Yes, the man we asked to the dance last year and turned us down is back at our doorstep talking about maybe a second chance.  The Browns offered Clowney a chance to play in Cleveland prior to the 2020 season, but he instead signed…
Friday, 26 February 2021 09:31

Nearly 50-Year-Old Zeppelin Film Found!

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Sometimes you go through an old closet and find a cool jacket or maybe an old concert T that used to fit you and it really brings you back.  How about finding old 8MM footage of a 1972 Led Zeppelin concert from New Zealand?!?!  Back on February 25th, 1972, a…
Wednesday, 10 February 2021 09:13

Marty: An NFL Legacy

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If your Browns fandom dates back to the team's heyday of the mid-1980's, you're familiar with the name Marty Schottenheimer.  If not, first, shame on you, and second, here's a bit of a history lesson...  Marty Schottenheimer was defensive coordinator for the Browns in 1980, officially taking over as head…
Wednesday, 27 January 2021 10:39

Ohio Loves the Hooch!

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2020 has been rough on a lot people, but Ohioans more than others?  If you're basing your answer the amount of booze we consumed in the Buckeye State last year, then yeah, maybe!  According to the data from the Ohio Division of Liquor Control, sales of hard liquor were up…