It's not Lou Gramm's Foreigner, but for 10 bucks, tonight's show at Artpark should do fine. Kelly Hansen has been the band's lead singer since 2005, and what I like about him is, he doesn't try to sound like Lou Gramm. This is Kelly Hansen singing Foreigner. What I don't like is his '80s mullet. Really, Kelly, that thing needs to go.
The addition of Mario Williams and a beefed-up defense to the Bills, and the Sabres drafting two highly touted centers, Mikhail Grigorkenko and Zemgus Girgensons, has increased the anticipation for a new season of Buffalo sports
One of the reasons Green Day has managed to stay popular for so long is their ability to combine raw punk with commercial pop. The band's experimentation along the way on albums like the rock opera's 'American Idiot' and '21st Century Breakdown' has allowed them to get outside the limited sound of pure punk.
Total Impact Wrestling Knockout, and former World Champion Gail Kim is in Buffalo today for Basebrawl at Coca-Cola Field. She stopped by Jack FM's dumpy, little, studio to talk about her rivalry with Miss Tessmacher, losing the World Title and (just in case you don't think she's still a lady) buying shoes at the Walden Galleria.
Now before you guys go getting all hot and bothered, understand that Gail recently married Food Network's Celebrity Chef Doug Irvine and she talks about how she stays in shape despite being married to an executive chef.
No, Miss Tessmacher, Madison Rayne and Angelina Love are not porn stars. They are the women of TNA Impact wrestling and they are in town tomorrow night for Basebrawl at Coca-Cola Field. They are called "The Knock-out's" and for good reason. They'll make your draw drop when you see them, and they'll punch you in the mouth if they don't like the way you're looking at them. Gail Kim will be stopping by Jack's Dumpy, Little Studio tomorrow for an interview, but for now we have to live with just the pictures. Cue the Vapors.
Three plans have been submitted for development of the Webster Block, the area around the First Niagara Center and Buffalo's Inner Harbor, according to Business First. The City of Buffalo, under the guidance of Mayor Byron Brown and Rep. Brian Higgins, has done a fantastic job with Canalside, redeveloping the area quickly and using plans from the Old Erie Canal terminus to it's benefit. Park benches have been added and already the area is improving with concerts, events and a newly opened restaurant. But for waterfront development to really take hold the area needs an anchor attraction.
Not only do I remember the pain from "No Goal," I was forced to witness the Dallas Stars celebration at the then-Marine Midland Arena as a reporter from Metro Community News. Brett Hull sat perched on his locker, looking over a sea of family, friends and teammates and soaking in the moment. It was his first Stanley Cup, and even today, it still feels jaded.
This Friday, June 22, Jack's taking the day off and letting one of our listeners -- voted in by you -- take over the station for a day. We had over 5,000 votes, some as far away as Israel; you'd think they would have better things to worry about than a silly radio contest, but whatever.
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