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Best driving tunes

Jun 30, 2016 -- 11:08am

This is not the best pic, but it is actually my very first car -- 1973 Mustang Mach 1 with a 351 engine!  I had so much fun with this - especially seeing the look on guys faces when they realized a girl was driving this beast!  Today is the 63rd anniversary of the production of the 1st Corvette - always wanted to own one of those.   Driving a fast car means you better have a loud and heavy playlist blaring out of your speakers!  Here's some of the best cruisin tunes...

 

 

Fireworks displays 2016

Jun 28, 2016 -- 10:30am

 

If you're going to stick around town for the 4th of July this year, you are cordially invited to join The Bay in Dundalk for our annual 3 day party!  If you're looking for even more to do, here's a list of when and where the firworks will be shooting off this year.  

 

 

Another Top 10

Jun 23, 2016 -- 10:36am

 

Another great night of music from my friend Gregg Allman and his band at Ramshead Onstage (never a bad show in that room!)  Dreams, Melissa, One Way Out, Midnight Rider - we heard all our favorites.  Gregg's voice has never sounded stronger and you can tell he still loves doing what he does, as does the rest of the band - they sounded as tight as ever!  A little bit surprised that The Allman Brothers did not make it into the Top 3 on this particular list, but then again - it's all subjective.  See if and where your favorite Southern Classic Rock band placed on this Top 10.  

 

One expensive six-string!

Jun 22, 2016 -- 1:38pm


 

 

The two most expensive guitars ever sold at auction were Bob Dylan's Fender Strat from his first electric show in 1965 at the Newport Folk Festival($965,000 in December 2013) and Eric Clapton's Strat, "Blackie" which brought $959,000 in 2004. But those records have been broken by a guitar associated with Bryan Adams.

In 2005, just after the Tsunami hit southeast Asia, he started the Bryan Adams Foundation, and to get things rolling he asked a bunch of his musician colleagues to sign a white Stratocaster, which brought in $150,000. The owner then put it up for auction and it sold for $2,7000,000!!   The money will go to help the Reach out to Asia foundation.

As for the autographs, it features signatures from Eric Clapton, ‪Mick Jagger, ‪Keith Richards, ‪Brian May, ‪Jimmy Page, ‪David Gilmour, ‪Jeff Beck, ‪Pete Townshend, ‪Mark Knopfler, ‪Ray Davies, Ronnie Wood, ‪Tony Iommi, ‪Angus Young, Malcolm Young, ‪Paul McCartney, ‪Sting, ‪members of Def Leppard, Liam Gallagher and ‪ Ritchie Blackmore.

 

Farm Aid 2016

Jun 21, 2016 -- 10:03am

 

Farm Aid 2016 is coming back to the area this year!  The benefit concert that started back in 1985 in Champaign, Illinois to raise money for family farmers in the U.S. returns to Bristow, Virginia in September.   It stopped there in 1999 and 2000 when the venue was known as Nissan Pavilion and it returns to what is now Jiffy Lube Live on September 17th.  

 

Ticket info:      Monday, June 27 at 10:00 AM at Live Nation.com all Ticketmaster outlets, the Jiffy Lube Live box office, or charge by phone (800) 745-3000.

 

 

Classic Rock treasure trove

Jun 20, 2016 -- 9:59am

  

  

 

Whitney Houston's wedding dress, passport, credit card, driver's licence, clothing, souvenirs, platinum records and several shelves of awards will be auctioned off by Heritage Auctions Friday and Saturday in Los Angeles. A pair of game-worn Michael Jordan sneakers that he gave the singer already has a bid of $16,000.

The huge sale also includes Beatles autographs, photographs, records and ticket stubs, vintage psychedelic and soul concert posters, a lock of David Bowie's hair and James Brown's red trousers. A yellow guitar that was made for and belonged to Prince already has an advance bid of $30,000. A shard of a Stratocaster Pete Townshend demolished in 1968 has an opening bid of $25,000 but no takers yet. The same goes for Elvis Presley's Graceland piano, which will cost someone a minimum of $300,000 (plus commission).

The also includes a huge trove of items once belonging to '30s actress Mae West and such other Hollywood legends as Frank Sinatra, John Wayne and Elizabeth Taylor.

You can check out the online catalog of the things famous folks owned right here. 

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