What’s On: Pet Shop Boys, TV comebacks and hits from September 1990

The Pet Shop Boys Town Hall and 1st Wave Takeover
All Weekend on 1st Wave
Did you know that West End Girls was influenced by both TS Eliot’s The Wasteland and Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five’s The Message?  That’s bad ass. So who are we to tell the famed UK pop duo that they can’t take over 1st Wave all weekend?  It all starts with a special Town Hall moderated by Richard Blade. Hear it Friday 12 pm, Saturday 7 pm and Sunday 9 am ET.

Dialed In with Claire B. Lang Live from Dover
Friday 7 pm ET on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio
Claire B. Lang always gets you the scoop on the latest NASCAR garage scuttlebutt.  Now hear her get it from Kevin Harvick, Richard Petty, Jeff Burton, Greg Biffle, and Travis Pastrana in front of a live studio audience at the Rollins Center at Dover Downs Hotel and Casino. It’s all to benefit USO Delaware.

Jack Johnson Album Special
Premieres Friday 12 pm ET on The Spectrum
Wondering what the songs on Jack Johnson’s new album, From Here to Now to You, are about? Wonder no longer! Tune in this weekend as he takes you track-by-track through the record, sharing the stories behind the songs.

Michael J. Fox and Robin Williams SiriusXM Town Halls
See Times on Entertainment Weekly Radio
Hear replays of the Michael J. Fox and Robin Williams Town Halls on Entertainment Weekly Radio.

Michael J. Fox
Friday 7 pm ET; Saturday 4 pm ET & 9 pm ET; Sunday 4 pm ET & 9 pm ET

Robin Williams
Friday 8 pm ET; Saturday 7 am ET & 2 pm ET; Sunday 7 am ET & 2 pm ET

Downtown Julie Brown Takes You Back to the ’90
Saturday 9 am ET on 90s on 9
Tell it to her heart: Former MTV VJ Downtown Julie Brown is back hosting the Back in the Day Replay, counting down the top 30 hits from the last week in September 1990, with special guests including Taylor Dayne!

Hispanic Heritage Month Tribute to Héctor Lavoe
Saturday 9 am ET on Caliente
Hispanic Heritage month continues with a special edition of the weekly classic Salsa show Vieja Escuela,  paying tribute to Héctor Lavoe, celebrating what would have been his 67th.

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