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Apr 27, 2017

OH, YES, THEY CALL HIM THE STREAK: 1001 Stories For The Road takes a fond look back at April 26th, 1974, the day music artist Ray Stevens released his new hit record "The Streak" , "Streaking", or the act of running through public places naked, was taking take in record numbers on college campuses and even at that...

Apr 25, 2017

Anchors Aweigh: The story of Charles A. Zimmerman and his two-step march titled "Anchors Aweigh", which became the theme song for the Naval Academy and the US Navy. The song, which is now known and respected around the world, received copyright on April 24, 1907, and that story is told here.

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Apr 25, 2017

REMEBERING THE BLUES BROTHERS: On April 22,1978, Saturday Night Live's Paul Schaffer announced an R&B act featuring two unknown blues artists, Joliet Jake E.Blues and Elwood J Blues- who went by the name The Blues Brothers. When the live audience saw them run out to the stage, they instantly recognized Dan Akroyd and...

Apr 21, 2017

Freedom Wins One in Troy- A little NY town provides safety for a runaway slave. On April 27th, 1850, the Vigilante Committee in Troy, New York, prevented a Sheriff and a Slave Catcher from extraditing one of their own, a runaway slave named Charles Nalle, who had made his escape north in 1848 through the...

Apr 19, 2017

A Future Rock Legend Climbs A Wall To Meet An Existing Rock Legend.

Its 2 am in the morning and Steve and Bruce are about to climb a wall, not knowing for sure what's on the other side...but hoping for the best.

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