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On Saturday April 21st, Kelly E's Oldiez 93 Crusaders will hold a fundraising car wash at the Oldiez 93 studio from 11am to 3pm for the upcoming MS Walk at the Pennsylvania College of Technology on Saturday May 5th. Stop by and get your vehicle washed by the Oldiez 93 Crusaders along with some other special guest, make a donation and help out the Oldiez 93 Crusaders MS Walk Team. The studio is located at 1685 Four Mile Dr. in Williamsport.
We've formed a team for Walk MS, a charity walk that is changing the lives of people with MS and helping fuel progress toward a world free of MS. We'd love your generous support as we prepare for this incredible experience. The walk takes place on Saturday May 5th. It starts and ends at the Pennsylvania College of Technology. Registration begins at 10am and the walk begins at 11am. Click here to learn more or to donate.
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!
Paul Simon's upcoming studio album, which may be out as soon as June, features the legendary songwriter tapping into some of his best, but admittedly, most overlooked songs. Earlier this month, Ohio State News reported that during Simon's appearance last week (March 27th) at the Ohio State University, he spoke about his upcoming retirement from the road and announced a new studio album featuring what was described in the report as "re-recordings of some of his earlier music that he feels did not get proper attention."
In the upcoming officially sanctioned Robert Hilburn biography, titled Paul Simon: The Life, due out on May 8th, Hilburn talks about the new recordings. He reveals that Disturbed's heavy metal cover of "The Sound Of Silence" pushed Simon into rethinking how some of his favorite works had slipped under the radar, and needed "a second chance at catching the public's ear." Among the tunes Simon mentioned for the project were 1975's "Some Folks Lives Roll Easy" from Still Crazy After All These Years, 1983's "Rene And Georgette Magritte With Their Dog After The War" from Hearts And Bones, 2000's "Darling Lorraine" from You're The One, and 2011's "Questions For The Angels" from So Beautiful Or So What. No tracklisting, title, or hard release date has been announced for the Simon collection.
As Joe Perry hits the road for a few solo dates, he's revealed that Aerosmith is plotting a 50th anniversary tour for 2019. This week's gigs -- billed as Joe Perry & Friends -- features a band that includes fellow Aerosmith guitarist Brad Whitford and former Extreme and Van Halen frontman Gary Cherone. Opening for Perry will be original Boston rhythm guitarist Barry Goudreau and Joe Perry Project lead singer Charlie Farren. There's been no word as to whether any other dates will be announced.
During a chat with Atlantic City Weekly, Perry shed light on what fans can look for regarding Aerosmith tour plans, "I think, the way things are going, we are going to try and take it easy. We may do a couple more one-offs -- maybe some festivals over the next six or eight months. In 2019, we will be closing in on our 50th anniversary, so we are planning some dates and a tour to celebrate that. Right now we are pretty much laying low and finishing up some solo things before we start that." Aerosmith officially formed in Boston in 1970.