Mid-Winter Break!! Go Orange!!!
Syracuse faces Louisville in the final road game of the regular basketball season, Sunday. Tip off at 2. Gameday coverage is powered by Teracai, by Skaneateles Jewelry, by Burdick Toyota, by Burdick BMW, by Burdick Lexus and by Burdick Ford on the Flagship Station of SU Basketball, TK99 and TK105.
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Syracuse Lacrosse vs. ARMY
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February 23, 2017 | 4:13 pm
10 Peter Gabriel – “Biko” (1980) Apartheid This tribute to Steve Biko, an anti-apartheid activist in South Africa, who died while in police custody in 1977, was originally recorded by Peter Gabriel, but has been covered by numerous artists including Simple Minds, Paul Simon, Joan Baez and many others. A live recording of the song … Continue reading Top 10 Protest Songs → →
February 23, 2017 | 12:05 am
February 23, 2000 – Carlos Santana ties Michael Jackson‘s 1983 record for the most Grammys won in a single year, including Album of the Year for his album Supernatural, and Record of the Year and Song of the Year for “Smooth,” his collaboration with Rob Thomas of Matchbox 20. Supernatural sells 30 million records worldwide. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO: February 23, 1952 – Brad … Continue reading CDJ Today: February 23 → →
February 22, 2017 | 12:05 am
February 22, 1989 – For the first time, a Heavy Metal category is introduced at the Grammy Awards. Metallica performs on stage, but the award goes to Jethro Tull. Yes, the Grammy voters picked Jethro Tull’s Crest of a Knave over Metallica’s And Justice For All. Tull’s record label tries to make light of the faux pas by placing a Billboard ad that reads, “The flute … Continue reading CDJ Today: February 22 → →
I spoke with the legendary Steve Hackett who was a member of Genesis during the classic years in the 70s. His playing on everything from “Supper’s Ready” through the amazing A Trick of the Tail and Wind & Wuthering albums always struck me as some of the most enchanting work from any guitarist in rock. Here, he discusses the February 18th show in Ithaca and even tells me which other rock legend suggested that Phil Collins take over as the lead singer of Genesis after Peter Gabriel left!