KLPX

May 21, 2011 by marshalls051

Its a Sammy Hagar weekend here in Tucson on KLPX.

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R.I.P. - RANDY "MACHO MAN" SAVAGE

May 20, 2011 by danielw075
R.I.P. - RANDY "MACHO MAN" SAVAGE
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R.I.P. - RANDY "MACHO MAN" SAVAGE
One of the best/greatest WWE Superstars/Legends of all time passes away today at the age of 58, Due to a tragic accident after suffering a heart attack. [MAY 20th 2011]
Forever he will be missed & loved by millions.
ALL WISHES & PRAYERS go out to the SAVAGE FAMILY!!!
RANDY SAVAGE FOREVER!!!!! RULES!!!!!!!
LOVE, ONE OF HIS ALL TIME FAN'S, Danny Wissert
R.I.P. - RANDY "MACHO MAN" SAVAGE

R.I.P. - RANDY "MACHO MAN" SAVAGE
R.I.P. - RANDY "MACHO MAN" SAVAGE
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Searching for Sammy

May 20, 2011 by Flying Joe

Just finished reading Red and it brought back a lot of Sammy memories and a little frustration that I have yet to get to meet him in person and say “thanks” for all the great music and performances, although I have come close...

Performances:

Boston 1980 (Jacksonville) – An amazing performance by Sammy and second-hand pot smoke from people behind us made the show even more memorable.

Live broadcast from St. Louis 1982? (still have unedited cassette/edited video) – Man, did that stage get TRASHED! Very cool version of Who’s Baba O’Riley (love the guitar solo at the end).

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A red miracle?

May 18, 2011 by Red-Betty

I've been lucky to see Sam 4 times/so far, 'energizer-bunny Sam' w/his Standing Hampton tour(Fresno/'82) then Van Halen-'95 in "BFE" @ George, Washington at the Gorge-where Sam comes out on the stage & sez "Where the F@ck did all you people come from?!"-then VanHalen again(Seattle/2004), & flew to LA to see Chickenfoot's last show. Each time is so worth it. My little Red-miracle began Tuesday when I drove home from work mid-day to buy tix on line for the Puyallup Fair, WA show Sept. 14th.

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JUST WANNA GO TO TAHOE BUT I NEED A PASSWORD

May 18, 2011 by ENEMAWHIZ
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Thanks, Sammy!

May 18, 2011 by Kenike1969

THANKS, SAMMY......For coming back to the Lake so soon!!I cannot wait till September 10 @ Harvey's...... YOU ROCK......SAMMY! Last time I saw you was in the 80's here in Reno!!!..........WHA HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!! WE LOVE YOU SAMMY.........ALWAYS HAVE...... ALWAYS WILL!!! MMMMMUAHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!

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Sammy in Tahoe

May 18, 2011 by Captain Ron

Yes! Scored tickets for Tahoe Sept. 10! Can't wait!

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Puyallup Fair Concert...ticket presale screw up and scalpers take advantage of it!!!!

May 18, 2011 by prcn222

Is anyone besides me irritated that the tickets for the Puyallup Fair pre-sale went on sale 3 to 4 minutes early, thus allowing the scalpers even easier access to the best seats? Just looking at the first three scalper sites on Google reveals over 20 FRONT ROW SEATS for sale for double face value!!! I am PEEVED!!!!

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Friends who pass on

May 18, 2011 by azure.s

The pain we feel when someone close to us leaves this life is both common/universal and unique/intimate. We all know it happens to everyone, but it's always a unique experience for each of us. It helps some of us to believe the person's energy is eternal and has merely transitioned. We will always feel the bond we share with the person, and draw strength from the ability to feel such love. Feeling pain isn't always a negative experience, in this sense. Perhaps the greatest difficulty is to remain open and willing to continue to develop such close ties, knowing they will become painful.

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A True Music Lover - Carter (1946 - 2011)

May 17, 2011 by sammyhagar
A True Music Lover - Carter (1946 - 2011)
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Redheads,

Last week I lost a manager, a friend, a cowriter, & a producer. But most of all Carter was a fan of fans – a true Redhead. He cowrote the song "Red" with me and was the kind of guy who would have been in that line sleeping on the sidewalk. He was a true music lover.

I miss him.

Click here to read Carter's Obituary

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