The Story of King Biscuit Flower Hour’s Debut

The Story of King Biscuit Flower Hour’s Debut

Rock radio entered a new era on Feb. 18, 1973, when the King Biscuit Flower Hour debuted on FM stations across the U.S. The innovative Sunday night series featured recorded concerts and interviews with rock’s biggest stars. King Biscuit would expand its reach to more than 300 stations before it ceased weekly production of new shows in 1993. Reruns continued until 2007. Read More: The Story of King Biscuit Flower Hour’s Debut

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Lita Ford alleges Tony Iommi abused her in new book

Lita Ford alleges Tony Iommi abused her in new book

Lita Ford was untouchable in the ’80s. The former Runaway had a string of solo albums that went gold, and in an era of hair metal dominated by men, Ford stood out. Her forthcoming book, Living Like a Runaway, seems like it’ll be a must-read based on the excerpts that leaked to the New York Post over the weekend. Read Full Story Here.

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