Welcome to The Stones Zone! Use the hashtag #CR921StonesZone in your social media posts. Here’s the one stop for blogs, contests and the place to create your Rolling Stones playlist, brought to you by the Botany Bay, 420 East New Circle Road and 218 S. Porter in Richmond! It happens Wednesday Nights at 6 on Classic Rock 92 One!!
Fill out the form and you could be the guest host of the Stones Zone!
SPECIFIC STONES ZONE RULES:
18 and over, please.
Completely fill out the form with a six (6) song maximum playlist. Subject to editing due to time limitations and licensing restrictions.
One entry per week, per household, per address.
We will pick a playlist at random every Tuesday and will contact the winner by phone and e-mail.
Winners must consent for us to use their voice on the radio and must block out at least 1/2 hour of time to produce their playlist.
We will have a guest host at least once a month, maximum of 2, depending on developments and events with the band.
#CR921StonesZone It was just announced on Friday that the Stones have released a new set “Sticky Fingers-LIVE!” recorded at the Fonda Theatre in L.A. (Sorry, not the Lexington Area-LOL). Here’s a sample from the show! Want to
Thank you Jenette Woolery for guest hosting the Stones Zone Last Night! #CR921StonesZone. In case you missed it, here’s her custom playlist from the show! Start Me Up Paint It Black You Can’t Always Get What You
Welcome to The Stones Zone! Use the hashtag #CR921StonesZone in your social media posts. Here’s the one stop for blogs, contests and the place to create your Rolling Stones playlist, brought to you by the Botany Bay,
Welcome to the “Stones Zone” and welcome our new sponsor The Botany Bay! Tonight is the first of a 2 parter. The Rolling Stones, “Havana Moon” was released late last year after the epic cinematic motion picture
Got Live If You Want It By: Max Corona December of 1966, The Stones start the incredible 50 year showcasing of their live shows with “Got Live If You Want It”. Even early on, the
By: Max Corona Historically for the the band, November has never been a great “output” month. More times than not, the boys are coming off and resting from an exhaustive tour schedule. In the Stones 50+
The Rolling Stones are no stranger to controversy. A large majority of their songs have been banned on radio, TV, and EVEN countries all over the world. In my research for tonight’s Stones Zone (#CR921StonesZone) I could
STICKY FINGERS LIVE! By: Max Corona #CR921StonesZone The Rolling Stones kicked off their US Zip Code tour in July of 2015 with a special performance of Sticky Fingers, in its entirety at the Fonda Theatre
Use the hashtag #CR921StonesZone if you are online tonight! Here’s the latest from Keith Richards in yesterday’s interview with John Earls of NME Magazine: The Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards has vowed the band will continue until
THE STONES ZONE–53 years ago: On 2 May 1963 the Rolling Stones new manager, Andrew Loog Oldham, booked a recording session for the band to record their first single. The only issue was they had no idea
h3>Keith Richards knows where it all starts, much like his bandmates. For the Stones, in the beginning — small venues are where it all began. No “Green Rooms”, list of required needs (technical and backstage riders), no
London Records (USA) was the label that distributed the Rolling Stones in the US. They were an “Audiophile” label. London arose from the split in ownership between the British branch of Decca Records and that same company’s
While there have been many jokes about Keith Richards “Longevity Of Life”, there is certainly a price to be paid. Here’s a piece of a Rockumentary that points to many problems that we are fighting today… Tonight
We’ll, the 5oth anniversary tour wraps up, and what do you do for an encore?? You show your personal stuff to the world! Starting In April of 2016, Rolling Stones are coming to a London art gallery.
Tonight, as Classic Rock 92 One embarks on our journey into the “Stones Zone” (Wednesdays at 6PM), we didn’t want to just make this feature “just a block of Stones”, we wanted to do something, well, different.
What happens when you take an iconic band like The Rolling Stones and sprinkle it with a little Eric Clapton? You get the following result. This was uncovered last year from the “Sticky Fingers” sessions. Enjoy this