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School is in session! Our area school districts will be opening their doors for the new school season… find out what date the kiddos begin to hit the books for the 2018/2019 school season by CLICKING HERE!
It’s the Labor Day Picnic Giveaway with Tony’s Delicatessen and Oldiez 93! Weekday’s during the Jake Michaels Morning Show, anytime you win you’ll be eligible to win food for a party of 20 from Tony’s Deli. That’s right, if you win with “Wake Up & Win”, the “Oldiez 93 Birthday Wheel”, “Who’s Your Bud?”, or any other contest Jake has, you’ll be registered to win food for 20 people including hamburgers, hot dogs, rolls, 3 different sides and desserts! Brought to you by Tony’s Deli, 508 Washington Blvd. in Williamsport. Listen for your chance to win and get registered with the Jake Michaels Morning Show! On Monday, August 27, 2018 a winner will be randomly drawn out from those that are qualified.
It's almost High School Football Season and the Oldiez 93 High School Football Game of the Week! Every Friday night during the season our very own John Finn and Bob Woodley broadcast one of the local games. Our pregame coverage begins at 6:30pm with coach interviews and a rundown of each team. Kickoff is at 7pm with John Finn calling all the action and Bob Woodley providing color commentary. To check our schedule for this season, click here!
The Williamsport Community Concert Association’s mission is to be a source of pleasure, enrichment and inspiration to area residents by providing an affordable annual series of outstanding performances by world-renowned musical artists. Please click here for more details.
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!
Lindsey Buckingham has just announced a 34-date solo tour in support of his three-disc solo career retrospective Solo Anthology - The Best Of Lindsey Buckingham, coming on October 5th. Buckingham, who was fired from Fleetwood Mac back in April, will launch the major North American solo trek on October 7th at Portland, Oregon's Revolution Hall and stay on the road a full eight weeks until the tour wraps on December 9th in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania at Sands Event Center. Solo Anthology will be released as a three-disc set, digitally -- and will also be available as a single-disc scaled down release. A six-LP vinyl release is slated for November 23rd.
Among the Buckingham favorites on the set are "Trouble," "Go Insane," "Holiday Road," and "Countdown," along with key tracks from all his studio albums -- Law And Order, Go Insane, Out Of The Cradle, Under The Skin, Gifts Of Screws, andSeeds We Sow. A third bonus disc features live renditions of such Fleetwood Mac classics as "Never Going Back Again," "Big Love," "Tusk," "I'm So Afraid," and "Go Your Own Way." Also included are two previously unreleased songs -- "Hunger" and "Ride This Road."
It was 53 years ago tonight (August 15th, 1965) that the Beatles played their legendary concert at Shea Stadium in New York City. The show was the first on their 1965 U.S. summer tour, and it was also the first-ever open-air stadium rock concert. The group flew into New York on August 13th and a day later taped a five-song performance for The Ed Sullivan Show to be broadcast the following month. Sullivan returned the favor by introducing the group the next night at Shea, in front of a sell-out crowd of 55,600 fans.
The Beatles, who performed on a makeshift stage near where second base would normally be, earned a whopping $160,000 for their 30-minute set -- which was a record payout at that time. The New York Police Department was worried that fans attending the shows would jam the tunnels in and out of Manhattan, so the Beatles were escorted from the Warwick Hotel to the Manhattan East River Heliport and flown by helicopter to the roof of the World's Fair building in Flushing Meadows Park, not far from Shea Stadium. Next, the group jumped in a Wells Fargo armored van and were driven to the stadium. The van driver gave each of the Beatles a Wells Fargo "agent badge," which they all wore at the evening's concert.
Unlike today's stadium events, no seats were set up on the field for safety reasons. Throughout the concert -- which also featured legendary New York DJ Murray The K and opening acts the King Curtis Band, Cannibal & the Headhunters, Brenda Holloway, and Sounds Incorporated -- fans were constantly stopped from making mad dashes towards the stage.
There are some great shows coming to the Community Arts Center in downtown Williamsport in 2018/2019 season, they include:
Tony Danza, Standards and Stories on Thursday, Sept. 27th, The Little River Band on Friday, Nov. 2nd, and Darlene Love on Friday, Feb. 1st. Plus many more great shows! For tickets on these shows and more, please visit www.caclive.com