You could say that Kidder is a pretty busy guy. He LOVES his music!
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The brand new album Black Dog Barking comes out on Tuesday from Airbourne!! They're pretty awesome. Check out their latest single:
Check out the big show tonight! Rock 101 and Organized Noise Entertainment present: Bobaflex live at The ONE (210 West Main in Mandan)!
Tailwind and Rock101 Present:
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Live Thursday May 16th
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plus applicable fees
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Rock 101 and Organized Noise Entertainment present: Saliva on July 9 at The ONE (210 West Main, Mandan)! Opening bands to be announced. Keep it on Rock 101 to win tickets to the awesome show! Tickets are on sale now at The ONE and Savvy Skate & Sno!
Join us for the huuuuuge show tonight at the Bismarck Civic Center Exhibit Hall for Sevendust, In This Moment and Pop Evil!!!
Check out a couple videos!
Aly stole this from me but I'm posting it again anyway...because it's Metallica and it KICKS ASS!!! Check it out!! James and Kirk showing how it's done, yo! Watch it:
Take a look at this!! NASA caught a spectacular sight recently. Click the link to see for yourself: http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/videogallery/index.html?media_id=162731811
Rock 101 Presents: Saliva!!! Join Organized Noise Entertainment and Rock 101 on July 9 for another awesome show! Here's one of their latest songs:
Potential bad news for fans of As I Lay Dying...read the article below, courtesy of ABC 10News (http://www.10news.com/news/lead-singer-of-heavy-metal-band-as-i-lay-dying-arrested-in-connection-with-murder-for-hire-plot-05072013):
OCEANSIDE, Calif. - The frontman for a San Diego-based rock band was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of trying to arrange for the murder of his estranged wife, authorities reported.
Tim Lambesis, lead singer and co-founder of the heavy-metal group As I Lay Dying, was arrested at a store on Vista Way in Oceanside about 2 p.m., after allegedly soliciting an undercover detective to kill his spouse, an Encinitas resident, according to sheriff's officials.
Authorities began investigating Lambesis, 32, in the case on Thursday, when they received information that he allegedly was trying to get someone to commit the slaying.
He was booked into the Vista Jail on suspicion of solicitation of murder.
As I Lay Dying, which was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2008, has released six studio albums, according to the band's website, which says the group is scheduled to embark on a U.S. tour this month.
It's finally happened!! COPS is ditching FOX! I'm excited because this may mean that all new episodes will finally air instead of being preempted for sports. Here's an article on the move:
Article courtesy of TV Guide:
Calling all units: Cops is staking out a new home. After a landmark 25 seasons on Fox, the bad boys, bad boys of documentary/reality show will be moving to Spike TV this fall.
Spike TV has ordered 22 new episodes of Cops, which will premiere its 26th season in September. The cable network will even air Cops in its familiar slot, Saturdays at 8/7c. Production has already begun in locations such as Sacramento, Sarasota, Fla., and Texas.
Executive producer John Langley tells TV Guide Magazine that the timing was right to make a change, as Fox had pre-empted Cops for most of this season in favor of sports.
"Fox is changing its programming strategy," Langley says. "So I was happy to find a new home with Spike. It matches our demo and it's an aggressive cable network. It's appointment viewing and people know we're on Saturday nights. They just have to turn the dial a little bit."
Spike TV president Kevin Kay says he approached Langley a few years ago about acquiring Cops, but the producer wanted to make it through 25 seasons on Fox before entertaining a move. Kay and Langley spoke again this spring, and a deal was quickly reached. "It's the perfect show for Spike," Kay says. "We want the fans to just shift over hopefully effortlessly."
Spike TV has also struck a deal to license some older Cops repeats that will be paired with the new ones. Kay says he'll initially air back-to-back originals of Cops to form a full hour. But eventually, Spike will pair repeats with originals, just like Fox did for years.
With Cops in place, Kay hopes to establish a new night of programming on Saturdays, where the channel currently airs movies. "In the short term, we'll air repeats of our original series behind Cops," he says. "But we'll eventually use Cops to build new original series."
When it does air, Cops continues to usually win its time period among viewers and adults 18-49. "I expect to do the same at Spike," Langley says. Kay promises that Spike TV has no plans to meddle with the Cops formula. "We told them, 'You guys know this better than we do.' It's perfect, we have a tremendous amount of trust."
It's the end of an era for Fox, which was still in its infancy when Cops debuted in 1989. The network aired Cops together with America's Most Wanted on Saturday nights for 14 years; AMW moved from Fox to Lifetime in 2011 and has now been canceled. Spike TV also previously revived another Fox reality castoff, World's Wildest Police Videos.
Langley produced the series Undercover Stings for Spike TV; he has other projects in development that he also hopes to bring to the cable channel. Meanwhile, he's also looking forward to how Spike TV plans to drum up new interest in a 25-year-old franchise. "We'll have the promotion we never really had at Fox," he says. "The attitude at Fox was always, 'Cops does so well without it, why promote it?' Imagine how well it would do with a little promotion. I'm looking forward to 25 more seasons. I'd like to break records all over again."