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Frozen, one of the highest grossing animated films of all time, is finally back on the big screen for the first time in six years. It’s sequel, Frozen 2, brings back the beloved characters, Anna (Kristen Bel), Elsa (Idina Menzel), Kristoff (Jonathan Groff), Olaf (Josh Gad) and, last but not least, Sven as they go on a journey into the mysterious Enchanted Forest to find answers about the past and ultimately save their kingdom...

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We were honored to be invited by Lionsgate to interview director Roland Emerich and actors Ed Skrein and Luke Kleintank on their new historic epic film ‘Midway‘ at the USS Midway Museum in San Diego, CA. The movie set to be released during Veterans Day weekend this year. The movie Midway (2019) takes moviegoers back to 1942 to focus on real life stories about the Battle of Midway during World War II. This epic story gives great...

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We were honored to be invited by Lionsgate to interview Roland Emmerich on his new film Midway, at the USS Midway Museum in San Diego, CA. The movie set to be released during Veterans Day weekend this year. Emmerich has had a long career of directing films, as audiences recognize his work his work from films like the Patriot & Independence Day. Midway tells the story of the battle between US and the Imperial Japanese Navy during...

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We were honored to be invited by Lionsgate to interview actor Luke Kleintank, one of the stars of the film ‘Midway‘ at the USS Midway Museum in San Diego, CA. Best known for his roles as Finn Abernathy in Bones and Joe Blake in The Man in the High Castle, Luke portrayed Clarence Dickinson, an honorary WW2 veteran who is centered around the events that unfolded during the Battle of Midway in the WW2 era. The actor stated multiple...

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We were honored to be invited by Lionsgate to interview actor Ed Skrein, one of the stars of the film ‘Midway‘ at the USS Midway Museum in San Diego, CA. Famously known for his more villainous roles such as Deadpool and, more recently, Alita: Battle Angel and Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, Ed Skrein shows off the heroic side to his acting abilities through the role of Dick Best in the new film Midway. The movie focused on real life...

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This is DJ Holly with a great top music list. TOP 80’s SONGS ABOUT TAKING PICTURES!!!!   I love taking pictures and I am sure many of my listeners do as well. I know in the 80’s I began to take pictures with a camera that had film the had to be developed. And we got our first video camera recorder in 1988. I have found a list of 10 great 80’s songs that are about taking pictures that will remind you how great it is. Enjoy this...

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10 New Wavish Whatnots & Folderols Farney Jacobite Nunchuck Tetrazine Faust here filling in for J. Kevin Anderson. He wanted me to do this blog entry for him because he doesn’t know how to use YouTube and is still over in the corner crying about how the vinyl LPs he used to buy used for $3.00 are now marked up about 800%, and that it’ll be a tepid day in the deepest pit of Hell before he’ll spend $30 on a reissue...

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Here is DJ Holly, host of Retro 80s Hits, with today’s Song of the Day: KING is an English new wave band that formed in 1984. The song of the day I am picking “Love and Pride” is the best known song by the group reaching number 2 on the UK charts. The song is featured on the bands first studio album Steps in Time which came out in April 1984. While the song had success in the UK it only hit 55 on the US charts mostly popular at...

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(Whomever is Filling in for) J. Kevin Anderson, host of HOWL, has today’s Song of the Day:  “Liz The Hot Receptionist” by Jesus H. Christ & the Four Hornsmen of the Apocalypse from the album “Happier Than You” (2008) Risa Mickenberg and her eight piece power pop band have a bunch of songs about silly people and their silly lives. Here’s a girl that’s not bright or interesting, but hey, at...

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Today’s Song of the Day is picked by Whoev Song of the day is Sesame Street’s “Lowercase n,” an uplifting tale of a lonely small letter who found true love from outer space. Written and performed by Steve Zuckerman and premiering on March 8, 1972, this song has since been an inspiration to single letters longing for the day a “rocket ship” shall deliver their extraterrestrial companions to their...

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