Hummels PLR 99 One-on-One: Keith Dakin

Hummels PLR 99 One-on-One: Keith Dakin

Chaz talks to Keith Dakin (Boss Keith), Vice President of Programming for Connoisseur Media and covers everything from COVIDs affect on radio, how they pick the music, radio’s future, his favorite year in music and his bizarre Armageddon supplies.

Chaz and AJ Show Rundown: Friday, May 7

Chaz and AJ Show Rundown: Friday, May 7

5:30. King of the Nerds, Mitch Hallock’s, Top 10 Female Superheroes:

1.Moms….Happy Mother’s Day!
2.Wonder Woman
3.Black Widow
4.Supergirl
5.Batgirl
6.Invisible Woman
7.The Phoenix
8.She-Hulk
9.Captain Marvel
10.Wasp

 

 

6:00. Whopper and Road rage.

6:13. Again I think it’s a slow week for the flubble montage but again I know I’ll be surprised at how good we are at screwing up.

6:20 – 7:00. Not-so-mom moment. Share a story about your mom, someone else’s mom or you and you could win a one hundred dollar gift card to Riverview Bistro restaurant.

7:00. The “Snow Day” is dead in this one school district. But it’s a big one so more to follow.
What are your thoughts?

7:13. Dumb Ass News. A legislator is caught driving with while on a zoom call.

7:20. WFSB’s Scot Haney.

7:30 – 7:40. Gifts that moms want.

8:00. NASCAR revealed its new cars. Plus. The song lyrics challenge. Program Director Allan Lamberti taking on Bernie Sanders.

8:13. Fun Fact Friday. Call in with your fun fact….877-764-2535

8:30. Flo with a poem and…psychic abilities.

9:00. Mothers of the morning show.

9:13. Dumb Ass News.  I think it’s a slow week for the flubble montage but again I know I’ll be surprised at how good we are at screwing up.

9:20. Boss Keith’s Top 5 problems he has with a top 100 list.

9:30. Mother’s Day twist during the close.

Throwback Concert: Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers at New Haven Coliseum 1983

Throwback Concert: Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers at New Haven Coliseum 1983

99.1 PLR celebrates 50 years! This week we are celebrating another great year in our history: 1983!

That year PLR welcomed Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers to New Haven Coliseum. Tom Petty hit the road in 1983 to support his fifth studio album “Long After Dark,” which featured the singles You Got Lucky, Change of Heart and Straight Into Darkness. Joining Tom Petty on the tour were special guests Nick Lowe & His Noise To Go.

 

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

Tour: Long After Dark

Special Guest: Nick Lowe & His Noise To Go

Saturday March 26, 1983

New Haven Veterans Memorial Coliseum

Ticket Price: $12.50

Band Lineup: Tom Petty (lead vocals/guitar), Mike Campbell (guitar), Howie Epstein (bass), Benmont Trench (piano/organ/synthesizer), Stan Lynch (drums)

Setlist*

  1. A One Story Town
  2. Listen To Hear Heart
  3. A Thing About You
  4. You Got Lucky
  5. I Need To Know
  6. Here Comes My Girl
  7. Change of Heart
  8. The Waiting
  9. Hang On Sloopy (The Vibrations cover)
  10. Straight Into Darkness
  11. A Woman in Love (It’s Not Me)
  12. Kings Road
  13. Breakdown
  14. Refugee – Encore 1
  15. Shout (The Isley Brothers cover) – Encore 1
  16. Even The Losers – Encore 2
  17. American Girl – Encore 2

*source: setlist.fm

 

Check out these live clips of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers in 1983

 

PODCAST – Thursday, May 6: Dumb Ass News; The Sperminator; The Myths People Still Believe

PODCAST – Thursday, May 6: Dumb Ass News; The Sperminator; The Myths People Still Believe

Dumb Ass News – Chaz had an off-air shouting match with a listener about the recall for Peloton treadmills, so he carried that conversation into the Dumb Ass News segment. (0:00)

The Sperminator, AKA Ari Nagel, is a professor that has achieved some viral fame for fathering over 80 children, with more than a dozen on the way! He talks about why he donates this for free, and even arranged to have one of the mothers call in and talk about the process. (6:48)

The Top 10 myths that people believe, including most of the members of the show. It seems obvious now, there is no way a dog’s mouth is cleaner than that of a human. (37:55)

Image Courtesy of Ari Nagel

The Local Bands Show 05/09/21

The Local Bands Show 05/09/21

Join Rick Allison and Frank Critelli every Sunday at 10pm for “The Local Bands Show” on 99.1 PLR!

Send your original music to thelocalbandsshow@gmail.com or The Local Bands Show, 70 Quarry Dock Road, Branford, CT 06405

Check out the bands that will be featured this Sunday….

  • Dum Dum Boys – Your Mother
  • Farmer Tan – Pull The String
  • Russell Shaddox – Make It Love
  • BEPW – Station Man
  • Shellye Valauskas with Dean Falone – Options
  • Rob Nelson – Go To Your Window
  • Carole Sylvan with The Namedroppers – What Do You Call It (I Call It Love)
  • Zoo Front – Middle of the Night

Support your Local Bands!

Support Local Businesses who support Local Bands…

New England Brewing – 175 Amity Road, Woodbridge

Brian’s Guitars – 453 W. Main Street, Cheshire

Chaz and AJ Show Rundown: Thursday, May 6

Chaz and AJ Show Rundown: Thursday, May 6

6:00. Big venues are making big announcements and we have three to tell you about.

6:13 – 7:00. Who had the worst mom in the world. Mother in law or ex mother in law counts. Everyone in will get a shot at a one hundred dollar gift card to The River Bistro Restaurant in Stratford! 877-764-2535

7:00. Every Peloton treadmill has been recalled. Is there anyone listening that has one?
Do you love it? Call us…877-764-2535!

7:13. Dumb Ass News. Why are people eating rotten meat.

7:20 – 8:00. A lot of moms will be celebrating Mother’s Day thanks to him… He’s fathered 78 kids. The known as “The Sperminator is next.”

8:00. Big nose means big wee wee. We will see.

8:13 – 9:00. Are the concerts falling into place? Is Jimmy’s phone ringing like crazy? The up to the second hot off the presses concert info with Jimmy Koplik! Call in the worst concert your mom dragged you to or you dragged her to. Call us…877-764-2535!

9:00. The Ten myths you probably believed but aren’t true. What’s sad is I believed some of them until I read the list yesterday…

9:13. Dumb Ass News. Disco Ball leads to broken ribs.

9:20. Other myths you believed. Or myths we’d like AJ to try.

Throwback Concert: Black Sabbath at New Haven Coliseum 1983

Throwback Concert: Black Sabbath at New Haven Coliseum 1983

99.1 PLR celebrates 50 years! This week we are celebrating another great year in our history: 1983!

That year PLR welcomed Black Sabbath to New Haven Coliseum. Black Sabbath, featuring new lead vocalist Ian Gillam, hit the road in 1983 to support their eleventh studio album “Born Again.” Despite the departure of vocalist Ronnie James Dio and drummer Vinny Appice in 1982, the album was a commercial success in the United Kingdom and America. It was Black Sabbath’s highest charting album in the U.K. in 10 years and it became an American Top 40 hit.

Bill Ward, who appeared on the “Born Again” album, didn’t appear on the tour due to person problems. His replacement was former Electric Light Orchestra drummer Bev Bevan.

Joining Black Sabbath at the Coliseum was special guest Quiet Riot.

 

Black Sabbath

Tour: Born Again

Special Guest: Quiet Riot

Tuesday November 8, 1983

New Haven Veterans Memorial Coliseum

Ticket Price: $13.50

Band Lineup: Tony Iommi (guitar), Geezer Butler (bass), Iam Gillan (vocals), Bev Bevan (drums), Geoff Nicholls (keyboards)

Setlist*

  1. Children of the Grave
  2. Hot Line
  3. War Pigs
  4. Supernaut
  5. Disturbing the Priest
  6. Drum Solo
  7. Rock ‘n’ Roll Doctor
  8. The Dark
  9. Zero the Hero
  10. Black Sabbath
  11. Iron Man
  12. Heaven and Hell
  13. Guitar Solo
  14. Digital Bitch
  15. Smoke On The Water (Deep Purple cover) – Encore
  16. Paranoid – Encore

*source: setlist.fm

 

Check out these live clips of Black Sabbath in 1983

 

Memorial Day Parades

Memorial Day Parades

99.1 PLR salute those who have served and sacrificed for our great nation, and those who continue to do so today.

PLR is proud once again to participate in our area Memorial Day Parades. See us at these parades…

 

Saturday May 29th

The 75th Annual North Haven Memorial Day Parade

Starts at 10:30 am

Kicks off at North Haven High School

 

Monday May 31st

The West Haven Memorial Day Parade

Starts at 10:30 am

Starts and ends on Campbell Avenue