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Peter Noone reminisces on Herman’s Hermits’ first hit, ‘I’m Into Something Good’

I’m Into Something Good by Herman’s Hermits entered the American charts 51 years ago this week. It later inspired the name of Peter Noone’s weekly show, Something Good,  heard exclusively on SiriusXM’s 60s on 6, Saturdays at 5 pm ET.   One night, … Continued

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Peter Noone reminisces on Herman’s Hermits’ first hit, ‘I’m Into Something Good’

I’m Into Something Good by Herman’s Hermits entered the American charts 51 years ago this week. It later inspired the name of Peter Noone’s weekly show, Something Good,  heard exclusively on SiriusXM’s 60s on 6, Saturdays at 5 pm ET.   One night, … Continued

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Tailgate Radio-Hear the party songs that get you pumped for the game

If you like to pregame and get pumped up for big games with artists like AC/DC, Guns N’ Rose, Kiss, The Rolling Stones, Todd Rundgren, Billy Idol, X, Beastie Boys, Haddaway, and Europe, then you’re going to need to tune … Continued

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Tailgate Radio-Hear the party songs that get you pumped for the game

If you like to pregame and get pumped up for big games with artists like AC/DC, Guns N’ Rose, Kiss, The Rolling Stones, Todd Rundgren, Billy Idol, X, Beastie Boys, Haddaway, and Europe, then you’re going to need to tune … Continued

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Paul Is Dead: The ongoing conspiracy of “Faul” McCartney ignited on October 12, 1969

“I was gonna rap with you about Paul McCartney being dead,” said a caller named Tom, a local student who had tuned in to DJ Russ Gibb’s show on WKNR-FM in Detroit, on Sunday, October 12, 1969. “What’s this all about?” … Continued

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Paul Is Dead: The ongoing conspiracy of “Faul” McCartney ignited on October 12, 1969

“I was gonna rap with you about Paul McCartney being dead,” said a caller named Tom, a local student who had tuned in to DJ Russ Gibb’s show on WKNR-FM in Detroit, on Sunday, October 12, 1969. “What’s this all about?” … Continued

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Gear up for the #WalkingDead season 6 premiere with Octane’s SLAY-list

AMC’s The Walking Dead returns for its sixth season this Sunday, Oct. 11 at 9 pm ET, and we’re getting excited here at Octane (Ch. 37). Our host Jose Mangin is such a big fan, in fact, that he’s assembled … Continued

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Gear up for the #WalkingDead season 6 premiere with Octane’s SLAY-list

AMC’s The Walking Dead returns for its sixth season this Sunday, Oct. 11 at 9 pm ET, and we’re getting excited here at Octane (Ch. 37). Our host Jose Mangin is such a big fan, in fact, that he’s assembled … Continued

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Hear Pop Evil cover Tom Petty’s ‘I Won’t Back Down’ in-studio

Pop Evil celebrates the continued success of their new album Up with an exclusive, intimate performance at the SiriusXM studios. Hear a special episode of Octane Unleaded as Pop Evil performs a stripped down version of their No. 1 single, Footsteps, a cover … Continued

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Hear Pop Evil cover Tom Petty’s ‘I Won’t Back Down’ in-studio

Pop Evil celebrates the continued success of their new album Up with an exclusive, intimate performance at the SiriusXM studios. Hear a special episode of Octane Unleaded as Pop Evil performs a stripped down version of their No. 1 single, Footsteps, a cover … Continued

Music, Rock

Get to know Elle King, your new favorite banjo-wielding rockstar

Elle King has been kicking ass and taking names since releasing her debut album Love Stuff last year. If you’re not familiar with the 25-year-old, you’ve probably heard her music in the theme song to VH1’s Mob Wives Chicago series or … Continued

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Get to know Elle King, your new favorite banjo-wielding rockstar

Elle King has been kicking ass and taking names since releasing her debut album Love Stuff last year. If you’re not familiar with the 25-year-old, you’ve probably heard her music in the theme song to VH1’s Mob Wives Chicago series or … Continued

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Turbo-charge your Father’s Day with extreme hard rock from the ’90s and 2000s on Octane

If you like Disturbed, Rage Against The Machine, NIN, Staind, Godsmack, KoRn, Linkin Park, Tool, Deftones, Limp Bizkit, Marilyn Manson, Rob Zombie/White Zombie, and System of A Down, then you’re going to looooove Turbo, a supercharged collection of extreme hard … Continued

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Turbo-charge your Father’s Day with extreme hard rock from the ’90s and 2000s on Octane

If you like Disturbed, Rage Against The Machine, NIN, Staind, Godsmack, KoRn, Linkin Park, Tool, Deftones, Limp Bizkit, Marilyn Manson, Rob Zombie/White Zombie, and System of A Down, then you’re going to looooove Turbo, a supercharged collection of extreme hard … Continued

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Which nominees do you want to see inducted into the 2016 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced its 2016 nominees today. The list features eight first-time nominees including new wave band The Cars, soft-rockers Chicago and Tex-Mex blues rockers Los Lobos as well as Cheap Trick, Steve Miller, Janet … Continued

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Which nominees do you want to see inducted into the 2016 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced its 2016 nominees today. The list features eight first-time nominees including new wave band The Cars, soft-rockers Chicago and Tex-Mex blues rockers Los Lobos as well as Cheap Trick, Steve Miller, Janet … Continued

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John Mellencamp was born on October 7, 1951

John Mellencamp, a cultural icon and one of the most acclaimed singers of his generation, celebrates his 64th birthday today. Although he’s gone by a variety of names over the years — from Johnny Cougar to John Cougar to John … Continued

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John Mellencamp was born on October 7, 1951

John Mellencamp, a cultural icon and one of the most acclaimed singers of his generation, celebrates his 64th birthday today. Although he’s gone by a variety of names over the years — from Johnny Cougar to John Cougar to John … Continued

Music, Rock

Remembering Janis Joplin on the 45th anniversary of her death

Janis Joplin had a reputation. She liked what she liked — men, Southern Comfort, speed, heroin, the Beats — and it eventually led to her downfall, making her a founding member of the 27 Club. However, she fit a lot … Continued

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Remembering Janis Joplin on the 45th anniversary of her death

Janis Joplin had a reputation. She liked what she liked — men, Southern Comfort, speed, heroin, the Beats — and it eventually led to her downfall, making her a founding member of the 27 Club. However, she fit a lot … Continued

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