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  • Spring Football Saturday

    Get ready for Spring Football Saturday April 13th, presented by Americu! It’s the annual Syracuse Football spring scrimmage, and bigger than ever! Hall of Famers Floyd, Little, Larry Csonka, and two-time NFL champion coach Tom Coughlin will be together again on the S.U. campus! Get photos, autographs, and meet MORE greats like Arthur Jones, James Mungro, and Eric Dungey! It’s a full day of activities with Select-A-Seat, a Youth Clinic, ‘Cuse Fan Zone – all leading up to the scrimmage with Gomez and Lisa on the field getting live feedback from head coach Dino Babers! Gates open at 12:30 PM with free admission and parking, however personnel will be on-hand taking donatios for the United Way of Central New York. Let’s go ‘Cuse!

  • Syracuse Bracket Madness!

    Follow along to see how you’re doing in the tournament! How do you match up with our DJs and other competitors! Use this link here.

  • Yankees Baseball Is Back!

    Finally, the baseball season is back! This Thursday the Yankees open with the Baltimore Orioles for afternoon baseball. First pitch is set for 1:05 PM, our game-day coverage will begin at 12:25 on the home for New York Yankees Baseball, TK99 and TK105! PLAY BALL!

  • The Machine

    June 8th The Machine is heading to the Palace Theater, celebrating 30 years of performing Pink Floyd! Performing “Dark Side Of The Moon,” “Wish You Were Here” and “Animals” in their entirety! Tickets On Sale Now! Presented by TK99 and After Dark Presents!

  • Alexa! Play TK99

    The Echo smart speaker device from Amazon is pretty cool. Use it to listen to us. If you have an Amazon smart speaker..you have an Amazon account. Put TK99 in the search bar, click on the TK99 app and then click “enable” and your Amazon Echo is all set up! Or use your Alexa App to enable TK99! Now when you want to listen with your Amazon Echo say “Alexa! play TK99!”

  • Spring Football Saturday

  • Syracuse Bracket Madness!

  • Yankees Baseball Is Back!

  • The Machine

  • Alexa! Play TK99

Ricks Rock Talk on Demand
Bowie & Lennon’s Guitarist Speaks
March 14, 2019

I talked with Earl Slick, who played on David Bowie’s Diamond Dogs and Young Americans albums and on John Lennon’s Double Fantasy. Hear what he has to say about working with these legends in this exclusive chat.

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Music News

Selling the Karma: Live, Bush Team to Launch Alt-imate Tour Celebrating Seminal Albums

March 26, 2019 | 4:01 pm

“I was 16 years old. It was 1987. U2. The Joshua Tree tour in the old Veteran’s Stadium in Philadelphia. Fifty bucks got me a ticket and a bus ride to Philly from York for my first concert. It just changed my life” According to frontman Ed Kowalczyk, seeing U2 live solidified his determination to … Continue reading Selling the Karma: Live, Bush Team to Launch Alt-imate Tour Celebrating Seminal Albums

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CDJ Today: March 26 in Classic Rock

March 26, 2019 | 5:00 am

March 26, 1980 – Van Halen release their third album, Women and Children First, which goes on to sell three million copies in the U.S. March 26, 1966 – The Strangeurs, featuring future Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler, open for The Byrds at the Westchester County Center in White Plains, New York.  They make sure girls sit in the front … Continue reading CDJ Today: March 26 in Classic Rock

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Hear Alan Parsons’ New Single Featuring Jared Mahone

March 25, 2019 | 5:31 pm

Alan Parsons has released the second single and first music video from his forthcoming album The Secret. “I Can’t Get There From Here” features Jared Mahone on vocals and follows the release of “Miracle”, featuring Jason Mraz, last month. The music video for “I Can’t Get There From Here” features scenes from the film 5-25-77, … Continue reading Hear Alan Parsons’ New Single Featuring Jared Mahone

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