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by B92 Staff posted Oct 2 2014 10:42AM
To all of our listeners,

Earlier this year we asked you how we can be a better station, and you gave us great suggestions!  THANK YOU!

First, you told us to play more Classic Rock, because that's why you listen to Classic Rock 92 One. We’ve stepped it up and will continue to into the future. We take pride in being the destination to fill Lexington's craving for Classic Rock.

You also told us that there are too many commercials on the radio, and the commercial breaks take too long. We heard you, and we’ve done something about it. Starting now, we will take half of our commercials off the air, and we’ll never play more than 3 minutes of commercials at a time. We call it the 3 Minute Promise – we promise to get you back to the music faster and play more music every hour.

The 3 Minute Promise is a bold, unconventional and groundbreaking way to present radio and Classic Rock 921 leads the charge in giving you more music every hour.

Your direction brought us to this to this exciting point, and we welcome your continued feedback. Feel free to reach out at max@classicrock921fm.com.

We made the 3 Minute Promise and we’ll keep it.

Thanks for listening!

Max Corona
Program Director, Classic Rock 92 One!
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by B92 Staff posted Sep 5 2014 4:29PM
Welcome to Lexington's NEW home for CLASSIC ROCK! Classic Rock 921! We have heard you, and we are gonna:
1) Get back to the music faster with the 3 minute promise, this means we'll never play more than 3 minutes of commercials, to get you back to the music faster!

2) Go DEEP! We'll play some cuts you haven't heard in a while.

3) We've selected the music YOU asked us to play, programmed right here in Lexington, not by some corporate suits in some big city!

We wanna be YOUR hometown Classic Rock radio station. Our name, here on facebook will change in the next few days. Also, don't worry,
you're gonna be able to stream us and download our new app, very soon!

Take the ride with us, and we thank you for checkin' us out!
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by Max Corona posted Aug 22 2014 12:35PM

Keith Moon would have been 68 on Saturday.  One of the most famous Moon birthday parties happened in Flint, Michigan.  There were a lot of outragueous claims,  so were they true??

After the show, a birthday party for Keith was held at the Holiday Inn on Bristol Road near Bishop Airport. Decca Records made the arrangements for the party at the inn's largest conference room which included a huge birthday cake, provided by Premier Drums, with a half-naked young woman popping out of the cake. The bar was open and everyone got intoxicated. A food fight developed involving pieces of the cake.

At this point, there are many interpretations of what happened at the Holiday Inn. The inn's manager complained about the noise. Fire extinguishers were set off with the foam sprayed on guests' cars ruining the car finishes. A piano was reduced to kindling. Keith broke a tooth when he tripped on a piece of cake while trying to run away from a sheriff's deputy. The carpeting needed replacing.

What the stories about the event do not agree on is whether or not Keith drove a luxury car into the Holiday Inn pool. Author Tony Fletcher, in his biography of Keith Moon, debunks the myth that Keith drove a Rolls-Royce into the pool. No one in Flint would believe that claim anyway. This writer was convinced that it was a Lincoln Continental as Keith himself stated. Peter C. Cavanaugh wrote that it was a Cadillac. Whatever the case, the total bill, including damages incurred was $24,000. It was rumored that Decca Records purchased the damp Cadillac from its irate owner.

Depending on which story you believe, either Genesee County Sheriff Thomas Bell or one of Herman's Hermits sent Keith to a local dentist who had to be awakened to repair his tooth before Keith was sent to the county jail to spend the night. The story goes that Keith was so drunk that no novocaine was needed. A charter plane had to be brought in to take Keith to the next tour stop in Philadelphia. While taking him to the plane, Sheriff Bell told Keith "Son, don't ever dock in Flint, Michigan, again." It was boasted that the group was banned from all Holiday Inns world wide. The ban against The Who was ceremonious lifted by Holiday Inn during a 1999 VH-1 special about Keith Moon's 21st birthday party.

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by B92 Staff posted Aug 4 2014 1:05PM

Join Shea as she takes the show on the road this Saturday (tomorrow/today) at the brand new A & W Restaraunt at 2251 War Admiral Way in Hamburg! She'll be there from 4 to 7 pm, loaded with prizes, music and more! It's their grand opening celebration and 50% of all the proceeds will go directly to the Lexington Humane Society. Shea, Saturday at A & W with B-92!

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Topics : Human Interest
Location : Hamburg
by Max Corona posted Jul 24 2014 11:06AM

B-92 is helping big brothers big sisters of the bluegrass to raise 30 in 30. Visit our webpage at b92fm.com and click on the banner to see how you can help local area kids have a big brother or sister. We have less than a week and we need your help! 30 in 30 from bbbs of the bluegrass and b-92!

 

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