Hall and Oates Release New Song!

Hall and Oates have collaborated with Train to produce their new upbeat song “Philly Forget Me Not”. The song has been released ahead of their co-headlining summer tour this year, and it is Hall and Oates first new song since 2002!

Hall has said that the song “pretty much describes my feelings about Philly, my music home.” Oates chimed in “It will be cool to play a new song on this upcoming tour with Train.”

As for Monahan, lead singer of Train, being able to co-headline a tour with Hall and Oates this summer, well, “It’s a lifelong dream Train couldn’t be more excited – listening to them and playing alongside them on tour each night is going to be incredible.” said Monahan.

Their tour starts this year on May 1st, and concludes August 11th in Seattle. No Jacksonville show scheduled, but there will be one in Tampa, Fort Lauderdale, and Orlando.

Krieger and Densmore to Join Dan Rather Tonight!

Tonight at 9 pm on AXS TV, Robby Krieger and John Densmore will join Dan Rather on The Big Interview. The interview will discuss how the surviving band members felt watching the opening scene of Apocalypse Now, which featured their song “The End”.

In the sneak peek they also explain to Rather what made them different from other bands during the “Flower Power” era, pointing out their tendency to talk about darker things.

Check out the sneak peek below and don’t miss the full interview tonight!

Sneak Peek: The Big Interview with Robby Krieger and John Densmore

Florida Senate Approves Bill For DayLight Saving Time Year Round

In a vote that took less than a minute, with a vote of 33-2, the senate has passed the Sunshine Protection Act and it is now being sent to Governor Rick Scott. If Scott signs it, Congress will have to amend current existing federal law to allow the change.

Right now the only 2 states that don’t observe Daylight Saving are Arizona, and Hawaii. The bill will also make it so all of Florida will be in one time zone, rather than having Northwest Florida be in central time. If passed, come winter while the rest of the east coat set their clocks back one hour, Florida will keep the time the same for more sunshine in the evening.

Watching the ball drop on New Years Eve would happen at 1 a.m local time, but it’s alright because in Florida it’s always Sunny!

Keith Richards Apologizes to Mick Jagger For Joke

Mick Jagger’s 8th child was born in December 2016 (first with current girlfriend). In a story published on Wednesday, Keith Richards said “It’s time for the snip—you can’t be a father at that age. Those poor kids!”

Since the story has published Richards has taken to twitter for his public apology tweeting : “I deeply regret the comments I made about Mick in the WSJ which were completely out of line. I have of course apologized to him in person”.

The recent comments haven’t stopped the Stones from touring as they just announced an 11 show European leg of their No Filter Tour. Richards has also promised that a new album will be out, maybe not soon, but eventually.

The Doors To Release New CD/DVD Special

The 1970 Isle of Wight Festival in England was “a little chaotic” in the words of Robby Krieger. It was the doors third to last concert, in the midst of Jim Morrisons trial for indecent exposure down in Miami.

It was a different type of show for The Doors, Jim wasn’t as animated as usual, the lighting was dark at Jim’s request since he wasn’t in the greatest of moods, and at the overweight with a beard point of his career. However, the show still sounded great, and the rest of the band thrived during the lenghtier instrumental jams.

The CD DVD set will be released on February 23rd.

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Elton John To Retire From Touring

Elton John has announced that he will be done touring once he wraps up his farewell tour. While this isn’t the first time that he’s announced retirement and continued to tour, he insists that it’s his time. Now 71, he wants to spend as much time with his family as possible; well deserved time. Good news for us, as of right now his last date listed is right here in Jacksonville!!

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We’re Moving On!

On the road to Pittsburgh! A Jalen Ramsey interception ended what was a close, low scoring game to propel the Jags’ further into the playoffs. The first home playoff win in almost 20 years, and the city showed up for it. A sold out crowd watched the Jaguars defeat the Buffalo Bills 10-3 yesterday in what was the lowest scoring Wild Card game to date.

Next up: Pittsburgh, where its expected to be 20 degrees. Meanwhile, the Titans will be taking on the Patriots in Foxborough. If the Jaguars and Titans both win next week, Jacksonville will be hosting the AFC Championship game! Not to get too far ahead of ourselves.

For now, it’s time to enjoy this win and be hopeful of the future with a young, skilled Jaguars team!

Jags Tickets Only Last 3 Minutes

A limited amount of unused tickets for the Jaguars home playoff game this Sunday went on sale, but after only 3 minutes they were sold out! The tickets came from unused inventory from groups such as the NFL, the Bills team tickets, players families, internal holds, and standing rooms.

Luckily for standing room ticketholders, the Jaguars do a great job keeping it fun and comfortable. You can either watch from the BudZone sports bar in stadium, the FanDuelville club with a live DJ, or the Sky Patio right under the scoreboards.

Shad Khan also gave away 2,500 tickets for only $20 split up between 500 refugees from around the world that live in the area, 500 Puerto Ricans that are displaced due to Hurricane Irma, and 1,500 local military members!

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