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Chasta is a small town girl from Oklahoma with a passion for the “big city.” She moved to California at age 21 to pursue her dreams of radio and TV. After working in LA for 5 years, she relocated to Northern California where she married her drummer husband, Jay. She now resides in Pacifica with him, their son Cody and two dogs. Chasta is a music lover, traveler, animal lover, vegetarian and health nut. You can hear her weekdays on The Lamont & Tonelli Show as well as hosting the mid-day Rock N Roll Marathon (10am-3pm).
Check out Bob-O’s football picks for this weekend.
Other big names to hit the stage for the special: Justin Timberlake, Demi Lovato, John Legend, and Katy Perry.
You know you’ve made it when a parrot sings your song.
Apparently, the members of Pearl Jam aren’t feeling very honored by the tribute act Pearl Jamm.
An obviously proud parent has posted a video of their toddler rocking out to Tool.
He’s made peace with the loss.
Lola’s. Eat, drink, be happy!
With covers by Bob Marley, David Bowie, AC/DC, and The Who
When you use the Ike’s app this month, you can enjoy free delivery!
Certified “fresh” on Rotten Tomatoes.
With Metallica, Rancid, My Chemical Romance, The Offspring and more!
The 49ers’ backfield will stay intact; the core of it, anyway.
The Japanese Buddhist Monk known as Kossan1108 posted an awesome cover of AC/DC’s timeless Thunderstruck where he sings along with a great Brian Johnson impression.
Producer Steve Albini has just revealed details behind a bet he made with Nirvana while making the album In Utero.
Vargas said, “This mural is truly for the fans.”
We sadly lost Eddie Van Halen on October 6, 2020 but today (1/26) we celebrate the birthday of a guitar hero and Rock n’ Roll icon
Who do you predict will win the fight – Godzilla or Kong?
Effective immediately, all regions are no longer in the stay-at-home order, Governor Gavin Newsom announced during a press conference Monday afternoon.
The band has teamed up with Belching Beaver Brewery for the new brew, named for their critically-acclaimed album Ohms released last September.
We all had some awkward years, c’mon, admit it.
“I don’t think I’ve ever had a more difficult time writing music,” Pete Loeffler says of the album’s tracks.
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