King of Punk Rock Returns to Rock City
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Raised in a trailer park in Ypsilanti, he formed his first band in high school called The Iguanas – a name he would eventually adopt as his own and shorten to “Iggy”.  After dropping out of University of Michigan, he formed The Psychedelic Stooges with brothers Ron and Scott Asheton.  That band signed a deal with Elektra Records in 1968 and changed their name to The Stooges.  Iggy Pop’s big break came at a chance meeting with David Bowie at a club called...

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Thursday, 07 April 2016
CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE “CONVERSATIONS WITH PAM ROSSI”
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94.7 WCSX’s Sunday morning’s Over Easy host Pam Rossi has just written a book called Conversations With Pam Rossi. It is a very fun and interesting read about the many interviews she has conducted over the years with musical artists such as America, Dan Fogelberg, Dave Mason and Melanie – to name but just 4 of the nearly one hundred artists covered.  Interviews with many of the big names in the Detroit music scene are  featured as well in this nearly 500...

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Wednesday, 30 March 2016
Stirling Honors Hero – Just For One Day
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Not much is known about the man who goes simply by the name of Stirling. We know he is separated by only 1 degree from some the biggest names in Detroit rock and roll history, and the stories of his friendship with Glam Rock legends Iggy Pop, Lou Reed and Rod Stewart have been well documented.  The rest, however, is hearsay and folklore.  They say he used to live in a castle near the Manoogian Mansion but he now resides somewhere in the...

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Friday, 25 March 2016
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