Foster and Blade TV

Friday, October 30, 2009

Roger Daltrey at the DPAC

Roger Daltrey started with "Who Are You". Wow.

Salt joined us for the show.



Classic Roger Daltrey. This is what it's all about.


Simon Townshend and Roger


Roger and his guitar player

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Laptop is Right. WHO'S lap???

There is no getting around it.

We know what they were doing no matter what they say.


Monday, October 26, 2009

For an hour? What were the two pilots doing.

What were the two Northwest pilots doing for that hour when they flew 150 miles past their scheduled stop???

Nobody is saying. But WE know.


Friday, October 23, 2009

Blade Looks Back On 25 Years - "Resigning On The Air"

"Just like that, the station I had been at for 22 years turned from rock to country, with absolutely no regard for all that it had been to me, it's staff members and the community. It pissed people off. It was a good station for many years, a Rolling Stone Magazine station of the year twice and just like that with not even an explanation, it's gone. What a bad move. They had asked me to stay on and be the afternoon drive dj and I tried it for three days until I had to play Tammy Wynette 'Stand By Your Man' and that was it. I played one more song from Sugarland and resigned on the air.
I put on "The Song Is Over" By The Who and stood and listened until they cut if off. Then I picked up my backpack, flipped off the light switch, and walked out of the building."

-Blade

I had to go away for a year and after that. Foster called me up and asked if I wanted to join in and I said, 'always have' and we fired up the rest of "The Song Is Over" on February 2nd 2008 to finalize the burial, and the rest is history.


And I love 96rock. I love our music.

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Blade Looks Back On 25 Years - Stevie Ray Vaughan Pool Party

1988 Howard The Rock N Roll Psychic on the air with Blade

In 1987 Stevie Ray Vaughan was playing in Raleigh and he brought his entourage and big ol' tour bus to one of our many pool parties.

Former Program Director Michael Hughes recounts:


Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Blade Looks Back On 25 Years - 2 Days In That Coffin

In 1991 Blade spent 48 hours in a coffin covered in ice in a car lot. No bathroom. No food. No drink.

Current Curtis Media President and then Voyager Communications GM Phil Zachary recounts:

Blade and Phil Zachary circa 1989


Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Blade Looks Back On 25 Years - WRDU Sign On Fiasco


WRDU Sign On in 1984

"The Best Laid Plans"

show audio: they trumped us

Monday, October 19, 2009

Blade Looks Back On 25 Years - "Naked Traffic"

Derek Trucks 1999


All this week:

Blade looks back on his 25 years

"Naked Traffic"

Blade won the Super Bowl bet with traffic girl in 1999 when Denver beat favored Green Bay and she must do traffic reports naked the next day.

And she does but Blade's back had to be turned while she was doing them and he complied. However, during one of the reports someone peeks in.

It's none other than...


Friday, October 16, 2009

The 5 Greatest Songs of Blade's 25 Years - #1

#1

The Greatest Song of the last 25 years.

In Blade's 'humble (but correct) opinion.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

The 5 Greatest Songs of Blade's 25 Years - #2

#2

Nothing Else Matters - Metallica

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

The 5 Greatest Songs of Blade's 25 Years - #3

#3

Remedy - The Black Crowes

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

The 5 Greatest Songs of Blade's 25 Years - #4

#4

Dr. Feelgood-Motley Crue

Monday, October 12, 2009

The 5 Greatest Songs of Blade's 25 Years - #5

#5

Dude Looks Like A Lady-Aerosmith


Friday, October 9, 2009

Everclear InStudio

Everclear's Art Alexakis in the house ladies & gentlemen.


Santa Monica acoustic

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

A Visit From Robin Trower



Blade-Robin Foxx and Robin Trower himself


1st song Wednesday night. The Lincoln was totally full.


Monday, October 5, 2009

Friday, October 2, 2009

Thursday, October 1, 2009

U2 at Carter Finley Photos Pre Show



"The Claw"

stage shots