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  • The Toyota Frozen Dome Classic November 22nd in the Carrier Dome

     

    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

  • SU vs NC State

    The Syracuse Orange host the North Carolina State Wolfpack in the Carrier dome Saturday, kick off at 3pm. The TK Tailgate party begins at 11am at the Sheraton University Hotel.  Game day coverage of SU Football brought to you Skaneateles Jewelry, Burdick Automotive, AmeriCU Credit Union and Geico.

    Looking for Classic Rock, we have it commercial free on the TK stream.  Download the app from Googleplay or Itunes or just click on the listen live button.

  • WWE Live @ War Memorial at Oncenter November 2nd

    Don’t miss the WWE Live at the War Memorial at Oncenter on Sunday November 2nd, 5pm.

  • Kick for a Nissan Rogue

    It’s Driver’s Village Field Goal Challenge.  November 1st in the Carrier dome, kick for a Nissan Rogue at half time during the SU-NC State game.  Click here or on the image to register.

  • The Toyota Frozen Dome Classic

  • SU Football

  • WWE Live at the War Memorial

  • Kick for a Nissan Rogue

Music News
SU Sports
October 29, 2014
Aaron Lewis

NUMBER ONE: Seahawks’ RB Marshawn Lynch, for swinging a duffel bag at a reporter. Beast mode, indeed!…NUMBER TWO: Bears’ DE Lamarr Houston, for injuring his knee celebrating a sack! During a blowout loss. Excellent use of excessive hubris…NUMBER THREE: Singer Aaron Lewis (inset), for botching the National Anthem at The World Series, after previously criticizing other Anthem singers (Hey buddy, It’s been a while…since I’ve liked any of your music!)…Catch more from Continue Reading »

Ricks Blog
October 4, 2014

Last year, I spoke with Supertramp’s legendary singer Roger Hodgson, the great voice of “School,” “The Logical Song” and countless others. He’s been solo now for many years and tours the globe doing his solo material and classic Supertramp songs. We chatted about the “Breakfast in America” album and other stuff here.