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Carl Coffey

Paper or plastic? Other than bagging groceries at the A&P in town or milking cows on Daddy and Mother’s dairy farm, I’ve only ever worked “on-air” in radio. After high school, I read the obituary report on the Lapeer radio station (yep, same frequency) and was a Mortarman in the 4rth Infantry Division in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. Bringing free-form radio back to Detroit in creating and hosting "The Rif Rock Café” and being “Your Afternoon Coffey Break” were high-points of my radio career in the Motor City. I’m glad for the opportunity to entertain and inform listeners every morning on US 103.1, to promote the neighborhood and to be part of the community I grew up in.
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Neil Young Breaking The Rules Again [VIDEO]

Neil Young's concert ran for 2 hours and 25 minutes last night at DTE and that was 10 minutes to long according to the house rules. Playing past the curfew cost Neil $10,000. Most of the songs performed by Neil and Promise of the Real band that backed him up at the show and are part of his latest album “The Monsanto Years.”

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Marguerite deAngeli Branch Library to Host Painterly Pottery

The Marguerite deAngeli Branch of the Lapeer District Library on West Nepessing Street in Lapeer, welcomes Painterly Pottery on Monday, July 20, at 6:00 pm. Painterly Pottery is a Saginaw/Bay City-based pottery studio that provides fun and creative experiences for all ages. Participants will learn the art of mosaic design through an age- appropriate presentation including a variety of visual examples.

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Hulton Archive/Getty Images
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The Rolling Stones First Concert Appearance In California 51 Years Ago

This week in 1964, The Rolling Stones had their first #1 record on the charts in England with song 'It's All Over Now'. Three months later they would be appearing in the U.S.A. at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium and a concert called "T.A.M.I" which stands for "Teenage Awards Music International".

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Victor Blackman/Express/Getty Images
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Happy Birthday, Roger McGuinn [VIDEO]

James Joseph McGuinn III was born on July 13, 1942. He changed his name to Roger in 1967 after it was suggested by the founder of a spiritual association he was exploring at the time because it would better "vibrate with the universe." McGuinn developed innovative styles of playing the electric guitar during his time with The Byrds

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PLAV Polish Festival This Sunday

Eat, drink and be merry at the Polish Legion of American Veterans Pulaski Post No. 8’s Polish Festival tomorrow (7/12). Enjoy Polish food, Polish costumes and Polish music with two live polka bands playing from 1 PM – 9 PM. Vietnam veterans will be honored at 2 PM. There will be something for everyone: a bounce house, toys, slides and games for kids, Big Wheel and raffles for adults and a free train rides for all ages.

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Columbiaville Days Pirates, Princesses & Anything Floats

Avast ye! Get set to celebrate Columbiaville Days (and walk the plank) this weekend (7/10, 7/11 & 7/12) starting today with opening ceremonies at 5 PM. Pirate and princess-themed games, bounce houses, contests, kids games (Minute To Win It, Fright Factor) live music, vendors and a beverage tent will be featured.

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Copper Creek Tonight At Downtown Lapeer Summer Concert Series

The Copper Creek band will be doing some Honky Tonkin tonight at The Downtown Lapeer Summer Concert Series tonight starting at 6 pm. Enjoy a mix of guitars, a fiddle and a little twang of steel guitar and you have the pure country sound of Copper Creek.

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Charlie Watts Makes Surprise Appearance in Detroit [VIDEO]

Charlie Watts sat in with Band2 Tuesday night at The Music Box, an intimate venue inside the Max M Fisher Music Center, home of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. He joined the group for renditions of standards ‘All Or Nothing At All’ and ‘For All We Know,’ both made popular by Frank Sinatra. The group is led by Detroit native and Stones’ touring saxophonist Tim Ries

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