Monday, July 28, 2014
- The Dummy Of The Week!
- Win A Mick Foley Meet n’ Greet!
- More “Bucket List” Prizes!
The Frozen Dome Classic is set, Saturday November 22nd in the Carrier Dome. Tickets are $20, $30 and $50.
Online at ticketmaster
At the Syracuse Crunch Office (800 S. State Street, Syracuse, NY 13204)
In person at the Carrier Dome Box Office (Gate B)
At any Ticketmaster Outlet
Over the phone (315) 473-4444
The Syracuse Crunch vs The Utica Comets
SUNY Oswego vs. Utica College
Join TK99 and TK105 for the Canine Carnival on Saturday August 9th at Jamesville Beach Park from 10am to 3pm.
Proceeds from the Canine Carnival go to the Priscilla Mahar Animal Welfare Foundation.
Thanks to our sponsors for the Canine Carnival – Wegmans, Liverpool Village Animal Hospital, Veterinary Medical Center of CNY, C&S Companies, CNYCentral, Galaxy Communications and Onondaga County Parks.
TK99′s Blue Moon Cafe presents Jackson Browne at the Landmark Theatre August 13th. Tickets are on sale now online at livenation.com, ticketmaster.com, at the Landmark Box Office and charge by phone 1-800-745-3000.
Baseball season is here! Enjoy every game on TK99 and TK105.
7/18 Yankees vs Reds 7:05
7/19 Yankees vs Reds 1:05
7/20 Yankees vs Reds 1;05
7/21-23 Yankees vs Rangers 7:05
TK will air commercial free music on our stream, click on the listen live button or download the app today at I-tunes or Google play.
The Toyota Frozen Dome Classic
Blue Moon Cafe Presents Jackson Browne
Yankees Baseball on TK99 and TK105
NUMBER ONE: The heckler tossed out of the British Open for coughing in the middle of Rory McIlroy’s backswings. Think it’s possible the bookie who made the bet with McIlroy’s dad sent the dude to disrupt Rory on purpose? Regardless, these “tee-box screamers” need to go!…NUMBER TWO: Baltimore outfielder Adam Jones (inset), who forgot how many outs there were and cost the O’s a run on defense. Hey Adam, Yankees fans would like to Continue Reading »
I thought I’d write a quick blog about my initial reaction to the Zeppelin remasters that have just hit stores. (You can now buy the first three albums newly remastered, with bonus tracks and rarities included on a companion disc) I’d have to say, at first listen, I’m impressed. The sound is natural and the digital facelift Jimmy Page has given these songs make them sound current. (As in “not Continue Reading »