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Plan now to join us for our Annual First Cookout of Spring on Tuesday March 20, 2018 with Tony's Deli, Country Store Brand Hot Dogs, Pepsi, Utz, Weis Markets and more! Listen to Oldiez 93 for more details coming soon.
Be the first winner in the Susquehanna Valley each weekday morning with Jake Michaels and "Wake Up & Win!" Tune in just after 6am for your chance to be our latest winner! Up for grabs is an Oldiez 93 Morning Show Fun Pack that has Pepsi Products, Utz Snacks and Oldiez 93 merchandise.
Every Tuesday and Thursday you've got a chance to win with Janet's Floral Creations and Kelly E's "Real News or Fake News?" Each Tuesday and Thursday around 4:35 in the afternoon Kelly will share a real or fake news story with you, guess which it is and win a floral bouquet from Janet's Floral Creations.
Each weekday afternoon around 3:25pm Kelly E gives you a chance to win with "My Three Songs." She'll play three songs in a row that share a common theme, be caller 5 with the correct answer and you're a winner! "My Three Songs" with Kelly E, weekday afternoons on Oldiez 93!
Stevie Nicks believes that the way to insure demand for Fleetwood Mac on tour is to keep the fans waiting. Nicks touched upon why the Mac has only played four shows since wrapping its 2015 tour in New Zealand. Nicks told Team Rock, "A big band like Fleetwood Mac needs to get out of the spotlight, so that’s what we’ve done. We should always be off the road for three years, because when we come back it’s an event. I think that’s very important. There’s a lot of famous bands and a lot of important people out, and you’re going to make a choice of which ticket to buy, and if you haven’t seen one of them for three years or more then that’s going to be at the top of the list."
Nicks, who doesn't adhere to the same "let them a wait" ethos in her solo career, explained that taking a break also works well for the band dynamics: "It feels more special. And being away from each other for three years is good. It really sets you up for a good time because everything’s new and everybody’s got new stories and everybody’s been doing crazy, different things, so when you walk into rehearsal that first day everyone’s really happy to see each other. If we toured every other year it wouldn’t be like that."
Although Robert Plant continually ignores pleas from fans -- and bandmates -- to reunite Led Zeppelin, he still holds the band close to his heart. Plant, who's currently on the road behind his latest solo set, Carry Fire, explained to The Chicago Tribune, "The reason that I feel strongly about the beauty of Led Zeppelin and that other people do too is because we didn’t overblow it. We didn’t end up getting a new drummer. We didn’t end up really going into super cliche characters lumbering along. If your heroes continue in the same vein forever the whole thing is just taken for granted and it becomes some dreary old Tin Pan Alley that needs some new blacktop. We knew that (John) Bonham was irreplaceable. By bowing out at the right time we didn’t mess it up."
He went on to laugh and say: "Nobody in the band really knew what the hell we were about at all anyway. You can hear those Zeppelin songs and there’s quite a lot of naivete. I don’t think I’ve sang about Gollum or Frodo for about what seems to me about 47 years and yet still I’m castigated for it."
There are some great shows coming to the Community Arts Center in downtown Williamsport in 2018, they include:
The Everly Brothers Experience on Feb. 17th - Dennis DeYoung & the Music of Styx on Mar. 23rd - The Wizard of Oz on April 15th - And many more great shows! For tickets on all these shows and more, please visit www.caclive.com