Time to break out the ol’ acid washed jeans, prop that boom box up on your shoulder, and crank up an 80s At The Top Weekend powered by Quaid Harley-Davidson in Loma Linda! Starting Friday afternoon at 4pm, we’re blasting out double shots of great 80s KCAL rock at the top of every hour all weekend long! Plus, we’ve got you tickets to catch Kiss and Def Leppard in one of the hottest shows of the summer live at The Forum next month. Listen for your chance to win on the air, and be sure to stop by Quaid in Loma Linda sometime between Friday at noon and quitting time on Sunday night to sign up to win a bonus pair of tickets we’re giving away there too! We’ll be drawing the winner on Tuesday morning with Stu, Tiffany, and Jimbo.
King of the Cage Jr. Welter Weight Champion Josh Aveles is all set to defend his tonight at San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino at King of the Cage’s “Slugfest”. But before he steps into the cage tonight he stepped into the KCAL Studio with us…
If you missed it on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, you are not going to believe what happens towards the end of the video! More cowbell anyone?
Last night up in San Francisco, James Hetfield showed up to help out Sammy Hagar’s Acoustic-4-A-Cure benefit concert to raise money to fight pediatric cancer. This is a little of what he decided to break out in a rare solo appearance.
Check out the details and some other highlights from the show last night at Rolling Stone’s web site.
Rob Zombie recently paid tribute to Metallica by covering “Enter Sandman” at his latest concert in South Carolina! Click “Read More” for more details…
Did you go to church on Sunday or smoke pot? Kimmel’s pedestrian question is hilarious!
Last Thursday, KISS performed an Acoustic – No Makeup show at at San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino. A week before they are inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, this was a special event. With the new LA KISS Arena Football Team, the band wanted to say thanks to San Manuel for their support.
If you have ever been to one of our Rock & Roll Bingo nights, you’ll know the room. The crowd was pretty small – for a KISS show, and the setting was nice and intimate. Now, before anyone calls it out, yes… Gene’s bass isn’t acoustic. Still, the show had a nice relaxed feel. Paul shared some stories, and the set list was great. In case you were not able to be there, below are a few photos from the night.
Last weekend the Self Help Festival hit San Bernardino’s National Orange Show Event Center with a great selection of bands. Some would argue that rock, and metal in particular, has too many sub-genres. Well, last weekend covered them all – ranging from Metal, to Deathcore, Metalcore, Post-hardcore, Pop and Punk. The headliners were A Day To Remember, and they put on a great show, complete with confetti and fire. I’ve wanted to shot photos of this band for some time and finally got the chance. Joining them was a lineup including A Skylit Drive, Attila, The Story So Far, Of Mice + Men, and Bring Me the Horizon, along with a few more. 19 bands in all performing on 2 stages – one inside, and one outside. Below are a few photos from the day…