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Born and raised in Redwood City, Joe Hawk has been around music for as long as he can remember. You may say he was raised right when you know his first concert was the Rolling Stones when they performed with Pearl Jam on their Bridges to Babylon Tour, so big props to his Mom and Pops. His journey to radio started in college when he introduced to the masses “The Morning Mosh Pit” on San Jose State’s own 90.5 fm KSJS Ground Zero Radio, a morning show that was non stop punk rock, ska, and metal plus a host that was hopped up on pure energy from the music. After college Joe was introduced to a new passion, craft beer. Since then he has made a name for himself in the beer industry and has started his new podcast, BONE-A-Fide Brews to bring light to the smaller lesser known breweries popping up around the Bay Area. In his free time Joe can be found either at family events, beer events or cheering on his beloved San Jose Sharks.
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Our favorite week of the year is finally here and kicks off tomorrow with the Opening Gala.
Learn more about the Anthony Bourdain of Drinking, and how this inspired the podcast!
You’ll want to drink this again and again (and again)
Check out this colorful South Bay brewhouse
Pull up a seat, and enjoy the unique one-time only blends coming out of Bay View
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From Paramount Home Pictures
Available on DVD, Blu Ray and streaming
Featuring Damian Lillard on the Standard Edition
The inspiring true story about the incredible life of music legend Helen Reddy!
From their previously unreleased 1989 concert film “Steel Wheels Live” in Atlantic City
Brand new location, at Broadway and Columbus
Outside Lands will take place next year – August 6-8, 2021, and we have your chance to win a pair of 3-day GA passes to the festival.
Listen to what Coach Kyle Shanahan had to say with Lamont & Tonelli of Week 3’s game.
And we relive our other favorite Cheap Trick / Bone memories
Flea, AC/DC, Kurt Cobain and more
Frontman Josh Kiszka’s voice thrusts listeners into a time machine, nostalgia surging over you in the form of crunchy guitar riffs and vocal arpeggiations that oscillate from silky smooth lulls to rockin’ panther growls. Backed by brothers Jake Kiszka on guitar, Sam Kiszka on the bass, and friend Danny Wagner on the drums, the anachronistic quartet has started to garner deserved attention in the last three years.
Check out Bob-O’s football picks for this weekend.
In the interview Springsteen covered a lot of topics but the most exciting by far is the myriad of songs he has in a vault just waiting to be enjoyed by fans. On the list of work-in-progress projects includes full-length albums of said unreleased tracks, “lost albums” as he calls them.
Mike McGlinchy joins Lamont & Tonelli every Thursday morning at 6:45am.
“I think [a reunion] is a possibility, but they’d have to reach deep into their pockets. I’m not getting up on stage for free, I can tell you that right now,” Frehley told Eddie Trunk in a recent interview.
Early reviews of the film say is not only a comprehensive history lesson on the Bay Area metal scene but also a potent shot of nostalgia for those who lived through it. The first part of the documentary is set to be released on October 6th.
It’s (almost) Mullens time, folks.
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