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The Bill Of Rights Of Rock and Roll

In 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt declared December 15 as “Bill of Rights day” in honor of the first ten amendments officially becoming part of the Constitution of the United States.

WCSX Classic Cuts : When the Music's Over

WCSX Classic Cuts The Doors: "When the Music's Over" The Hook: The three instrumentalists knew how to react musically when Jim Morrison got poetic. Album: Strange Days Year: 1967 Writers: Jim Morrison, Ray Manzarek, Robby Krieger and John Densmore Stats: The ten-minute-plus track has never been released as a single, but has remained a rock radio favorite. Background: "When the Music Over" was Jim Morrison at his poetic…

ON THIS DAY: 1975

On This Day in 1975... Did You Know? The first of several J. Geils shows in Boston was recorded for the album Blow Your Face Out.

Your heart is now free to move about the cabin?

Big Jim, Erin V., and Producer Ryan discuss today,  -A Human Heart left on a Airliner heading home for the holidays -The hottest toy this Christmas is kinda "crappy" -Special Pizza Delivery for... -The Twelve Days of Die Hard. and, a guy trying to start an Iron?

People Helping People - Thank you to everyone who participated!

Thank you to everyone who participated in People Helping People. With the support of Mother Waddles,  and the generosity of the community, we were able to brighten the holidays for those who needed a little extra help this holiday season. While People Helping People has ended for this season, we encourage you to continue supporting…

Battle of the Burbs - 12/14/18

Battle Of The Burbs! Represent your city with Big Jim's House Battle Of The Burbs! One Person from the East Side, Downriver and the West Side will battle each other with local knowledge and whoever gets the most questions right will win for that city! Winners get local bragging rights PLUS Big Jim's House will…