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Posts from February 2014
by Fly Staff posted Feb 27 2014 10:33AM
NY Times: "Harold Ramis, a writer, director and actor whose boisterous but sly silliness helped catapult comedies like"Groundhog Day, "Ghostbusters, “Animal House” and"Caddyshack" to commercial and critical success, died on Monday in his Chicago-area home. He was 69."

Read the full article from the NY Times by clicking here.

9 at 9: Salute to Harold Ramis- Songs From Harold Ramis Movies

Ghostbusters- Ray Parker Jr. (Ghostbusters)

Santeria- Sublime (Knocked Up)

I'm Alright- Kenny Loggins (Caddyshack)

Twist & Shout- Beatles (Back To School)

Anyway You Want It- Journey (Caddyshack)

I Got You Babe- Sonny & Cher (Groundhog Day)

Dead Man's Party- Oingo Boingo (Back To School)

Good Vibrations- Marky Mark & The Funky Bunch (Analyze This)

Louie Louie- Kingsmen (Animal House)

by Fly Staff posted Feb 24 2014 9:50AM
The most requested wedding reception songs of 2013...

9 at 9: Most Requested

Raise Your Glass- Pink

You Shook Me All Night Long- AC/DC

Moves Like Jagger- Maroon 5/Christina Aguilera

Love Shack- B-52's

Pour Some Sugar On Me- Def Leppard

Billie Jean- Michael Jackson

Livin' On A Prayer- Bon Jovi

I Gotta Feeling- Black Eyed Peas

Don't Stop Believin'- Journey

by Fly Staff posted Feb 20 2014 11:14AM
It's Love Your Pet Day! I love all my babies as you can see in the picture above! heart

9 at 9: Animals/Pets

Fly Like An Eagle- Steve Miller Band

Shcok The Monkey- Peter Gabriel

Fly, Robin, Fly- Silver Convention

Union Of The Snake- Duran Duran

Walk The Dinosaur- Was (Not Was)

House At Pooh Corner- Kenny Loggins & Jim Messina

A Horse With No Name- America

Who Let The Dogs Out- America

Who Let The Dogs Out- Baha Men

Under My Thumb- Rolling Stones
Filed Under :
Topics : Human Interest
by Fly Staff posted Feb 19 2014 9:55AM
The Beanie Baby craze begins, bagless vacuums are invented and a gallon of gas is just $1.16. It's 1993...

9 at 9: 1993

The Sign- Ace Of Base

Shine- Collective Soul

Plush- Stone Temple Pilots

I'm Gonna Be- Proclaimers

Daughter- Pearl Jam

Soul To Squeeze- Red Hot Chili Peppers

:Linger- Cranberries

I'm The Only One- Melissa Etheridge

No Rain- Blind Melon

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by Fly Staff posted Feb 18 2014 4:16PM

Bob Casale, a founding member of New Wave pioneers Devo, died at the age of 61 on Monday (Feb. 17). A statement from Casale's brother Gerald, also a member of the group, confirms that the cause of death was heart failure.

The Casale brothers formed Devo in Akron, Ohio in 1972 with Mark Motherbaugh and Robert Mothersbaugh (Bob Casale was known as "Bob 2" in the group, with Robert Mothersbaugh called "Bob 1"). The group's spastic post-punk earned a cult following in the mid-70's, and 1978 debut album "Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!," produced by Brian Eno, earned critical acclaim.

Devo's biggest success on the Billboard charts came with its iconic single "Whip It," which reached No. 14 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1980. The act charted two more singles: "Working In the Coal Mine" (No. 43 in 1981) and "Theme from 'Doctor Detroit'" (No. 59 in 1983). The album that contained "Whip It," 1980's "Freedom of Choice," was the group's highest-charting effort on the Billboard 200. It hit No. 22 and spent 51 weeks on the list, and was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (for one million copies sold).

The band's 2010 album, "Something for Everybody," ended a 20-year album hiatus for the group, and hit No. 30 on the Billboard 200 and No. 5 on the Alternative Albums chart. Bob Casale served as Devo's guitarist, keyboardist and backing vocalist for most of its four-decade run.

"As an original member of Devo, Bob Casale was there in the trenches with me from the beginning," says Gerald Casale in a statement. "He was my level-headed brother, a solid performer and talented audio engineer, always giving more than he got. He was excited about the possibility of Mark Mothersbaugh allowing Devo to play shows again. His sudden death from conditions that lead to heart failure came as a total shock to us all."

Bob Casale, born in July 1952, is survived by his wife Lisa, his son Alex and his daughter Samantha.

by Fly Staff posted Feb 18 2014 1:05PM
The Hubble Space Telescope goes into operation and Prozac is sold for the first time. We went to see Rain Man, Big, Beetle Juice and Die Hard... It was 1988.

9 at 9: 1988

The Flame- Cheap Trick

What's On Your Mind- Information Society

It's The End Of The World As We Know It- R.E.M.

every Rose Has It's Thorn- Poison

What I Am- edie Brikell & The New Bohemians

Simply Irresistible- Robert Palmer

New Sensation- INXS

Red Red Wine- UB40

Desire- U2

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People : Robert Palmer
by Fly Staff posted Feb 14 2014 10:29AM
HAPPY VALENTINES DAY! You told us which love songs you wanted to hear for Valentine's Day, so that's what you got!

9 at 9: Love Songs

Maybe I'm Amazed- Paul McCartney

Keep On Loving You- REO Speedwagon

Together Forever- Rick Astley

Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman- Bryan Adams

Unchained Melody- Righteous Brothers

Your Song- Elton John

You Are The Woman- Firefall

All My Loving- Beatles

Truly, Madly, Deeply- Savage Garden

by Fly Staff posted Feb 13 2014 12:34PM
Former U.S. President Clinton addresses delegates during the second session of t
The first nicotine patch was introduced and DNA fingerprinting was invented. Bill Clinton became President and the largest mall in America was opened up... It was 1992.

9 at 9: 1992

Hey Jealousy- Gin Blossoms

Life Is A Highway- Tom Cochrane

Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover- Sophie B. Hawkins

Under THe Bridge- red Hot Chili Peppers

Mr. Wendall- Arrested Development

Ordinary World- Duran Duran

Runaway Train- Soul Asylum

All I want- Toad The Wet Sprocket

What's Up- 4 Non Blondes
by Fly Staff posted Feb 12 2014 12:27PM
We went to see Lethal Weapon, Wallstreet, and Dirty Dancing... it was 1987.

9 at 9: 1987

Heart And Soul- T'Pau

Wanted Dead Or Alive- Bon Jovi

The Way You Make Me Feel- Michael Jackson

I Just Died In Your Arms Tonight- Cutting Crew

The One I Love- R.E.M.

Lean On Me- Club Nouveau

Girls,Girls,Girls- Motley Crue

Don't Dream It's Over- Crowded House

Filed Under :
People : Michael Jackson
by Fly Staff posted Feb 11 2014 11:15AM
Today is Make A Friend Day so today's 9 at 9 were inspired by friends and friendship! :)

9 at 9: Friendship

You've Got A Friend- James Taylor

With A Little Help From My Friends- Joe Cocker

I'll Stand By You- Pretenders

Friends In Low Places- Garth Brooks

Lean On Me- Bill Withers

Why Can't We Be Friends- War

You're My Best Friend- Queen

Than You For Being A Friend- Andrew Gold

"Friends Theme" (I'll Be There For You)- Rembrandts
Filed Under :
Topics : Human Interest
by Fly Staff posted Feb 10 2014 1:28PM
Ancient Egyptians associated them with Goddesses and considered them sacred and folklore dating back to 1607 claimes them to be evil, sucking the breath out of an infants mouth. Some people consider them unlucky and some people can't get enough of them...I'm talking about CATS.

9 at 9: Songs About Cats

Year of the Cat- Al Stewart

Stray Cat Strut- Stray Cats

What's New Pussycat- Tome Jones

Cat Scratch Fever- Ted Nugent

Black Cat- Janet Jackson

Honky Cat- Elton John

Cat People- David Bowie

Cat's In The Cradle- Harry Chapin

Nashville Cats- Lovin' Spoonful
by Fly Staff posted Feb 7 2014 10:35AM
Today is the official opening day of the WInter Olympics! We were inspired by the world coming together for the games, so today's 9 at 9 is all about the world of musicians...

9 at 9: Nine Bands From Nine Different Countries

Ireland: U2- One

UK: Beatles- Across The Universe

Sweden: ABBA- Take A Chance On Me

Germany: Scorpions- Non One Like You

Canada: Byran Adams- Straight From The Heart

Norway: A-Ha- take On Me

Jamaica-: Bob Marley & The Wailers- Get Up Stand Up

Australia: INXS- New Sensation

Netherlands: Golden Earring- Radar Love

Filed Under :
People : Bob Marley
by Fly Staff posted Feb 6 2014 4:27PM
It's the year of Operation Desert Storm and the year of the Rodney King incident. We went to see the Addams Family, Silence of The Lambs, and Thelma & Louise... It was 1991.

9 at 9: 1991

Learning To Fly- Tom Petty

Little Miss Can't Be Wrong- Spin Doctors

I'm Too Sexy- Right Said Fred

Losing My Religion- R.E.M.

Smells Like Teen Spirit- Nirvana

Right Here, Right Now- Jesus Jones

Mysterious Ways- U2

Two Princes- Spin Doctors

Right Now- Van Halen
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by Fly Staff posted Feb 5 2014 4:21PM
Today is National Weatherperson's Day! Today's songs are from the Weather Channel's plalist of songs about weather!

9 at 9: Songs About Weather

Here Comes The Sun- Beatles

Beautiful Day- U2

Candle In The Wind- Elton John

You Are The Sunshine Of My Life- Stevie Wonder

Thunder Road- Bruce Springsteen

Sunshine Of Your Love- Cream

Moondance- Van Morrison

Kentucky Rain- Elvis

Fire And RaIN- James Taylor

by Fly Staff posted Feb 4 2014 4:16PM
It saw the Chernobyl disaster and the Space Shuttle Challenger explosion. It also saw the first episode of the Oprah Winfrey show and the first musicians inducted into the Rock 7 Roll Hall Of Fame... It was 1986.

9 at 9: 1986

Everybody Have Fun Tonight- Wang Chung

Love Walks In- Van Halen

Higher Love- Steve Winwood

West End Girls- Pet Shop Boys

Invisible Touch- Genesis

Take Me Home Tonight- Eddie Money

Keep Your Hands To Yourself- Georgia Sattelites

Kiss- Prince

What You Need- INXS
by Fly Staff posted Feb 3 2014 10:40AM
Today is the anniversary of The Day The Music Died, so dubbed by the song "American Pie" by Don McLean. The day that Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson were killed in a plane crash near Clear Lake, Iowa. Today's nine songs are inspred by that day and each day through the years that the music died.

9 at 9: "The Day The Music Died"

That'll Be The Day- Buddy Holly

La Bamba- Ritchie Valens

Chantilly Lace- Big Bopper

What's Your Name- Lynyrd Skynrd

I Got A Name- Jim Croce

Rocky Mountain High- John Denver

Crazy- Patsy Cline

The Dock Of The Bay- Otis Redding

Pride And Joy- Stevie Ray Vaughn

Bonus: American Pie- Don McLean
Congrats to Northridge High School's Nathan Farmer, the February Penn Station Athlete of the Month!
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