Songbird Has Flown

Christine McVie of Fleetwood Mac is gone. The keyboardist, vocalist, and songwriter died November 30 in a hospital after a brief illness. She had been married to bassist John McVie early on in the band's tumultuous career. She wrote hits like Over My Head, Say You Love Me, Little Lies, and Everywhere. Her Songbird on the Rmours album often closed many Fleetwood Mac concerts. [11/30/2022]

Christine McVie

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Tigers Roll Tide With OT Walkoff 2-Point Conversion

The LSU Tigers under new head coach Brian Kelly went for an all-or-nothing 2-point conversion in overtime at Death Valley Saturday night, and got it! They took down Tigers' ex-coach Nick Saban and his Alabama Crimson Tide, 32-31. The radio calls are here, along with accompanying video for those who have trouble conjuring the mental images while listening to radio. [11/07/2022]

LSU-Alabama Game Highlights

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Louisiana Loses It's Own Jerry Lee Lewis

Louisiana (and the world) has lost its own Jerry Lee Lewis, “The Killer” from Ferriday. Jerry died Friday alongside his seventh wife, Judith, at his home in Desoto County in Mississippi near Memphis. His death had been erroneoulsy reported by numerous media outlets a few days earlier. Jerry had performed at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival in 2015. He was 87 when death came. [10/28/2022]

Jerry Lee Lewis at Jazz Fest 2015

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Dead Baton Rouge?

JD is not surprised that he didn't read this in the Baton Rouge Advocate newspaper. It lists to port a bit. New Orleans may now be the murder capital of the country, but Baton Rouge is close. Both cities are ruled by the Left. Article author Scott McKay has a lot to say about the senseless murder of LSU student Allison Rice (pictured below) earlier this month and the joint effort of Baton Rouge city government and media to bury the story as it tries to get some national attention. [Opinion 9/30/2022]

Allison Rice working at barbecue restaurant called The Shed, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

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Radio Legend Bob Mitchell Dies at 79

New Orleans Radio legend Bob Mitchell, a.k.a. The Real Robert Mitchell, died September 12 of complications from hip surgery. He started at WTIX, the Mighty 690, in 1965 and became its Program Director in 1968, turning it into a ratings juggernaut. Playing many hits by local artists like the Neville Brothers, Ernie K-Doe, and Irma Thomas, WTIX sounded like no other Top 40 station in the country. His resume eventually included Lite 105, KOOL 95, and WWL-AM and FM, among other stations. You'll find him pictured at many of the New Orleans Area Radio and TV reunions. [9/13/2022]

Robert Mitchell

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Nirvana Baby Lawsuit Dismissed

A judge has dismissed Spencer Elden’s claim that an image of him as a naked baby on the 1991 album constituted child sexual abuse. The baby, Spencer Elden, filed the suit in 2021. udge Fernando Olguin dismissed the case with prejudice, ruling that it was filed past the 10-year statute of limitations. [9/6/2022]

Nirvana's Nevermind album cover

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