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  • This Day in Music History: December 21st

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    2002: Joe Strummer, singer & guitarist for The Clash died of an undiagnosed congenital heart defect after walking his dog in Broomfield, U.K. He was 50 years old.


    1991: The movie Rush opened in theatres across the U.S. It starred Jason Patric, Jennifer Jason Leigh & Gregg Allman in his big screen debut as a drug dealer. The soundtrack was written by Eric Clapton, which contained “Tears in Heaven”.

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  • Chaz and AJ Podcasts - 12/19/14

    Comedian Dave Reilly, Gary B from Pepe's Pizza, and Magilla were all in studio to participate in the annual "Bad Gift Grab Bag." Also, Chaz and AJ announced the winner of the Michael's Jewelers' "Ring in the New Year" winner, and the Tribe was grossed out by Pam's lack of bra washing. 

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  • This Day in Music History: December 19th

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    2003: Bruce Springsteen, Jon Bon Jovi & Nils Lofgren were among the mourners attending the funeral of Wall Street tycoon John Mulheren. Springsteen led the assembly in Christmas carols & Lofgren sang “Wind Beneath My Wings”.


    1999: E Street Band saxophonist Clarence Clemons made a guest appearance on The Simpsons as the narrator of The Simpsons’ Christmas.

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  • [WIN] Tickets to Extreme

    Enter here to win tickets to Extreme at The Theater at Mohegan Sun Arena Friday, January 16th. Read More
  • Chaz & AJ Recap 12/19/14

    It was the last show of the year!! Here's a rundown of what happened today: Read More
  • AJ's Car of the Day '69 Ford Mustang Boss 429

    Car: Ford Mustang Boss 429

    Year: 1969

    What makes it special: The Boss 429 was the high performance Ford Mustang offered in 1969 and 1970, and is one of the rarest and most valued muscle cars of all time. There were a total of 859 original Boss 429's produced. The Boss 429's origins came about as a result of NASCAR, when Ford sought to develop their own Hemi V8 engine that could compete with the famed 426 Hemi from Chrysler in NASCAR's "Grand National Division". Homologation rules from NASCAR required that at least 500 cars be fitted with this motor and sold to the general public. Ford decided that the Mustang would be the car that would house this new engine.

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  • Girls of the Web: 12/19

    Fun Fact about Krissy:

    I'm a hopeless romantic.

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  • Chaz and AJ Podcasts - 12/18/14

    During Dumb Ass News, Chaz played outtakes from Pam's failed attempt to record a holiday greeting promo for the stations. Pam also ruined the Louis Foreman segment with her insane "invention" idea for itchy feet, and the Tribe shares stories about how their pets ruined Christmas. Comedian Dom Fig hung out, and talked about the time he had to rescue his dog after she ate all the Halloween candy. 

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  • This Day in Music History: December 18th

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    2004: A guitar played by George Harrison & John Lennon sold for $570,000 at a New York auction. The Gibson SG guitar was used by Harrison during the recording of Revolver & by Lennon during sessions for The White Album.


    1992: A Toronto radio station removed the Beatles’ song “Run for Your Life” from their playlist, 27 years after its release saying that promoted violence against women.

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  • [WIN] Tickets to ZZ Top

    Enter here to win tickets to ZZ Top at The Grand Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino Saturday, March 7. Read More
  • AJ's Car of the Day '64 Chevrolet Chevelle 300 Series Wagon

    Car: Chevrolet Chevelle 300 Series Wagon

    Year: 1964

    What makes it special: The Chevelle was added to Chevrolet's line-up in 1964, and was intended to compete with the Ford Fairlane. The two-door station wagon was available in 1964 and 1965 in the base 300 series, and Six-cylinder and V8 power was offered across the board.

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  • Girls of the Web: 12/18

    Fun Fact about Krissy:

    I love flowers...Just because.

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  • Chaz and AJ Podcasts - 12/17/14

    Attorney John Haymond was in studio this morning to talk about his holiday shopping pet peeves, and to listen to audio from the wackiest lawyer commercial ever, out of Philadelphia. Plus, AJ's Top 10 List about the most annoying Disney songs ever backfired on him, when Pam got under his skin. 

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  • This Day in Music History: December 17th

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    1999: Keith Richards stole a guitar from a fan outside of Richards’ party at the Russian Tea Room in New York City. The fan never pressed charges.


    1995: Sting’s wife Trudie Styler gave birth to their fourth child, a son named Giacomo Luke was born at a London hospital.


    1987: Robert Plant performed Led Zeppelin songs for the first time as a solo artist at a concert in Folkstone, U.K. He performed “Misty Mountain Hop” & “Trampled Underfoot”.

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  • [WIN] Tickets to Seether & Papa Roach

    Enter here to win tickets to Seether and Papa Roach at The Grand Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino Thursday, January 15. Read More
  • Chaz & AJ Recap 12/17/14

    It was a tough show today, thank you all for calling in with your support of the Tribe member who called in who just got the news about his Marine son who was killed overseas.  Read More
  • AJ's Car of the Day '70 Plymouth Sport Fury GT

    Car: Plymouth Sport Fury GT

    Year: 1970

    What makes it special: Starting with the prior year model, 1970 models featured Chrysler's new round-sided "Fuselage" styling. For 1970, a new hardtop coupe was added to the Sport Fury range. This was available in "GT" trim. The Sport Fury GT was part of Plymouth's "Rapid Transit System" of Muscle cars.

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  • Girls of the Web: 12/17

    Fun Fact about Krissy:

    I love stargazing. Whenever I come home at night and the sky is clear I'll just stand outside and look up.

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  • Chaz and AJ Podcasts - 12/16/14

    Live Nation's Jimmy Koplik was on live from Florida to comment on the latest inductees to the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame, Governor Malloy shared his New Year's Resolutions for CT in 2015, Bjorn from Toys R Us revealed the hot toys you should buy now, and Beth was in with drunk audio from Saturday night. 

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  • This Day in Music History: December 16th

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    2005: U2’s Vertigo tour was declared the top grossing tour of 2005 grossing $260 million & drew 3 million people to 90 sellout concerts.


    1989: Bon Jovi peaked at number nine on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart with “Living in Sin” which was their eighth top ten single in the U.S.

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  • [PICS] Christmas Run For Children 2014

    Check out pictures from the Christopher Martin's Christmas Run For Children in Downtown New Haven Sunday, December 14th. Read More
  • [WIN] Tickets to BUSH

    Enter here to win tickets to Bush with special guest Theory Of A Deadman at The Dome at Oakdale Friday, February 20. Read More
  • Chaz & AJ Recap 12/16/14

    Here's all the craziness you missed today including:

     

    - AJ meltdown talking about Holiday Shopping Pet Peeves

    - What Pam thinks aluminum foil sounds like

    - Who was more drunk: Field Reporter Beth or Bar-Patron Ed?

    - Governor Malloy's New Year's Resolutions for the state

    -  Toys R Us Hot Toys

     

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  • AJ's Car of the Day '60 Ford Galaxie Two-door Ranch Wagon

    Car: Ford Galaxie Two-Door Ranch Wagon

    Year: 1960

    What makes it special: The 1960 Ford looked all-new with twin headlights riding in a scalloped-square front clip. The Station Wagon Series continued with Country Sedan, Country Squires and Ranch Wagon models. They now had a futuristic, sleek look. Round taillights were replaced by half-moon shaped taillights for 1960 only. There were smaller tailfins just like other models of the industry, capturing the new Space Race obsession.

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  • Girls of the Web: 12/16

    Fun Fact about Krissy:

    I work on helicopters. And have a bad habit of falling off of them.

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