• On the Charts: J. Cole Drives Home a Number One
    WISHING YOU ALL A LUMP OF THIS CHART TOPPER FOR CHRISTMAS: A year ago, if I'd challenged you to predict the Top Three first-week sales numbers, would you have answered Taylor Swift, Coldplay and rapper J. Cole? The first one's obvious, the second possible and the third – like winning your NCAA-tournament pool...
  • George Harrison, Bee Gees to Receive Grammy Lifetime Achievement Awards
    George Harrison, the Bee Gees and Buddy Guy are among a number of artists who will be receiving a Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award during the festivities surrounding next year's Grammy Awards. The Recording Academy will also honor country duo the Louvin Brothers, jazz saxophonist Wayne Shorter, composer Pierre Boulez and Tejano music accordionist Flaco Jiménez.
  • Billy Corgan: 'The Mythology of the Nineties Now Is Irrelevant'
    Billy Corgan has been asked to revisit the heyday of Nineties alternative rock a number of times while promoting the Smashing Pumpkins' most recent record, Monuments to an Elegy, but in a new interview with The Guardian
  • Howard Stern to Broadcast Two-Hour Black Keys Concert
    A two-hour Black Keys concert, recorded earlier this year in Houston will air after "The Howard Stern Birthday Bash: Director's Cut" on SiriusXM Howard 100 or 101 at 11:15 p.m...
  • The Who Add Joan Jett, More Dates to Extensive 2015 Tour
    The Who have added some soon-to-be Rock and Roll Hall of Fame firepower to join them on the road when the Tommy
  • TV on the Radio's Dave Sitek Launches Online Pop-Up Shop
    Federal Prism, the label run by TV on the Radio's Dave Sitek, will be selling a number of exclusive and limited-edition records from artists like Thelonious Monk, Johnny Cash, Chuck Inglish and the Julie Ruin through an online pop-up shop, running on PledgeMusic for the next 60 days.
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  • Link Transit "Current" Trolley Fleet Running Again
    Posted Thursday 12/18/14   After a four-plus year delay in delivery, Link Transit has finally launched “The Current”, a  five-vehicle fast-charged battery electric trolley service in downtown Wenatchee and East Wenatchee...
  • Wenatchee Cops Play Santa Claus with Local Students
    Wenatchee Valley Law Enforcement played Santa cops yesterday by escorting groups of local elementary school students on a Christmas shopping spree at Hooked on Toys in Wenatchee...
  • Vandal-Damaged Bridgeport High School Reopens
    Posted Thursday  12/18/14   Bridgeport High School students were back in their classrooms today after a two-day vandalism-related closure.   Tens of thousands of dollars in damage was caused when classrooms were broken into over the past weekend   Superintendent, Scott Satler says things are getting back to normal ...
  • Washington Potato Industry Devastated by Port Slowdown
    Posted Thursday 12/18/14   Its been a hardship these days for Japanese MacDonalds customers to get their french fry fix, But Washington State potato processors are really feeling the pain from The Westcoast port labor dispute that has stalled overseas shipments ...
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