Wednesday, October 22, 2014
- NFL Hall Of Famer Floyd Little!
- Another Questionable British Delicacy!
- “On The Block” With Brent Axe!
- World Series Surprises!
Join WOUR this Saturday from 3pm-7pm across from the Aud for the Utica Comets Fan Fest! Free fun for the whole family. Kid’s activities and live music on the Stampede Steakhouse stage. Meet Comets players, the Comettes and mascot Audi. Brought to you by Bud Light
And the Amazon Gift Card in your pocket! Every weekday listen to 96.9 WOUR to call in and win the Steet-Ponte Volkswagen DAILY DOWNLOAD. Use the Amazon Gift Card to download music and add to your classic rock collection
This Saturday, it’s another road game for the Orange as they face the Clemson Tigers. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. Gameday coverage is underway at 6 p.m. and brought to you by Adirondack Furniture, by Burdick Automotive, by Columbia Place Associates and by IBEW Local Union 43.
Get your tickets now for the Toyota Frozen Dome Classic, November 22nd at Carrier Dome, Syracuse. The Utica Comets take on the Syracuse Crunch and UC will face SUNY Oswego as part of an all day hockey event. On the ice in the Dome..never been done before! Tickets start at $20 and are on sale now at The Utica Aud Box Office, Big Apple Music, all Ticketmaster outlets and online at www.ticketmaster.com.
Fill up on ROCK SOUP, weekdays at 12noon on 96.9 WOUR! Workforce Rockblocks, Music News and a classic concert track from the WOURchives. It’s all there..in ROCK SOUP!
Utica Comets Fan Fest This Saturday
We Put the Rock in Rocktober…
SU to meet the Clemson Tigers
Toyota Frozen Dome Classic is November 22nd
Rock Soup Every Weekday at 12Noon
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Every so often, I enjoy listening to a complete album from start to finish. I mean iconic albums from the seventies and eighties. I know artists put thought into the order of the songs. In fact I was told, many moons ago, that the best song on the album is never the first track on the album. If you listen in album order, you might catch a subtle theme or Continue Reading »