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KQZR – The Reel is the Yampa Valley’s classic rock radio station that’s true to its name. Playing classic rock and roll from the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and 90’s, Colorado KQZR – The Reel is the music you grew up with – played the way rock should be played. Our library of Rocky Mountain classic rock includes all the artists you expect: The Beatles and the Rolling Stones, Fleetwood Mac, Led Zeppelin, The Who, The Eagles and Lynyrd Skynyrd, with some Petty and Clapton thrown in for good measure. All your favorites, plus some deeper cuts and live versions. KQZR – The Reel plays the music you know. Classic then – still classic now.

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Don Henley’s Solo Album First in 15 Years – CASS COUNTY – TO BE RELEASED SEPTEMBER 25, 2015 Don Henley Tour to Launch in October Preorder...
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Keith Richards Solo Album Announced In an interview last month, Keith Richards hinted that he was ready to return to the studio. He meant with...
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Town Challenge Postponed: Churn and Burn Circuit The July 8th Churn & Burn Town Challenge race has been postponed due to weather and hazardous trail conditions....
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THE WHO DENVER DATE ADDED With word that THE WHO have extended their tour into December, one additional show has been added to the fall...

Brian Wilson 1STBANK Center Ticket Giveaway Enter to win a pair of reserved seat tickets to Brian Wilson ft Al Jardine and Blondie Chapman with...

The 2015 Steamboat Town Challenge is a seven race mountain bike series held every summer. Both hill-climb and cross-country events are included,and single race or...

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Black Sabbath have announced "The End," their farewell tour set to kick off in January. The group is promising concerts that "surpass all previous tours with their most mesmerizing production ever." The North American leg begins in January in Omaha and ends in February at New York City's Madison Square Garden....

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a motion Tuesday to reinstate a task force that would explore ways to make electronic music festivals safer. It would include reps from county counsel, the sheriff's department, public health, health services and the fire department, according to San Gabriel Valley...

It looks like Black Sabbath are ready to go out on the road for one last tour.

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Alice Cooper and Joe Perry have every right to be jaded. Each has sold millions of records and chalked up hits over several decades. But their eyes still light up when they talk about the recent adventure they shared, recording with one of their childhood heroes. "Paul McCartney just opened up an...

Slayer has been part of scenes like this before: thrashing guitars at high noon, facing a crowd of shaved heads and tattooed limbs as fans push violently forward, while security struggles (and fails) to shove them back. But here, the walls are lined with barbed wire and smoke fills the air,...

"At the time I was writing the record, I didn't realize that I was writing an album," Claudio Sanchez says of the process that led, slowly and uncertainly, to The Color Before the Sun, the new album by prog-pop-metal quartet Coheed and Cambria, out October 16th. In a dramatic departure...

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