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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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Nearly two decades after a switch to medieval folk, former Deep Purple and Rainbow co-founder Ritchie Blackmore says he might play rock again – but not for long.

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And that's the thing about Grateful Dead shows. Sometimes everything comes together. Other times? Not so much. Night Number Two of the three-night Fare Thee Well goodbye shows at Chicago's Soldier Field had moments, as every Dead show has moments. There was a lovely, handsomely abstracted "Bird Song," the Janis Joplin...

Foo Fighters' first concert appearance since Dave Grohl's leg injury found their frontman propped up front in a decidedly kingly manner.

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Twenty years after the Grateful Dead wrapped up their 1995 summer tour at the same venue, the group took the stage at Soldier Field for the second of three Fare Thee Well shows in Chicago.

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"Lennon/McCartney" is one of music's greatest songwriting credits, a catchall that covered most of the Beatles' tracks and was employed even when John Lennon and Paul McCartney didn't collaborate on a certain song. However, although arranged alphabetically, the ensuing decades have favored Lennon's placement in the songwriting credit, suggesting that Lennon had...

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