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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 solo album

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...
keith richards solo album

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...
town challenge postponed

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....
the who denver

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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Jim James has released a video for his heartfelt, slow-burning new track "Take Care of You," which appears on the soundtrack to the Owen Wilson, Lake Bell and Pierce Brosnan film, No Escape. The video, which premiered on Paste, opens with a shot from the movie before cutting to James alone in a studio,...

Founded in Hoboken in 1984 by Ira Kaplan and Georgia Hubley, restless indie experimenters Yo La Tengo grew out of a series of early-Eighties cover bands with never-repeating setlists. As the group expanded its palette and shuffled its lineup, the cover songs remained and have featured on nearly every Yo La Tengo...

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis hit the streets with hip-hop pioneers Grandmaster Caz, Kool Moe Dee and Melle Mel in the humongous, charmingly ridiculous video for "Downtown," which also features Foxy Shazam vocalist, Eric Nally. The clip and punchy, funky track bear an initial resemblance to Macklemore and Lewis' breakout hit "Thrift Shop," opening with...

Dr. Dre rubs his mountainous right deltoid through a snug black T-shirt, not quite allowing himself to wince. His shoulder hurts. He has an online radio show to record, a sort-of-secret album to mix, a call from Jimmy Iovine coming any minute. But in the middle of an overscheduled July...

With opening slots on cross-country tours by Lee Brice, Chris Young and Miranda Lambert, Clare Dunn — one of Rolling Stone Country's Artists You Need to Know — is gearing up for a busy fall. Along the way, she'll also make her major-label debut with a new EP, whose five...

Bono sings U2's "Song for Someone" from a vantage point in the clouds in the new video for the group's latest Songs of Innocence single. As a man trips and falls on the earth below, the frontman croons words of support, reaching into the night sky to grab a star as...

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