John Rooney previews tonight’s game against the New York Mets. Blueberry Hill celebrates its 40th anniversary.
Blueberry Hill will soon celebrate their 40-year anniversary. Opened by Joe Edwards back in 1972, he joined the show.
Today, Kevin visits an induction ceremony for the St. Louis walk of fame, and is left wondering about the shelf life of fame…
Police, business owners, mayors say Saturday’s night’s violence was not typical.
Charlie talks with Joe Edwards about Chuck Berry being honored at the Kennedy Library in Boston on Sun., Feb. 26; with CBS Correspondent Steve Futterman about the Michigan primary results; with Fr. Bill Rowe of St. Mary’s in Mt. Carmel, IL, about rescinding his resignation; with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; and with Bruce Sommer, former head of America’s Center and the Dome, about what it will take to keep the Rams in STL.
On Christmas Eve Eve, or Festivus to some, Charlie talks with a plethora of guests about their plans for the holidays.
Charlie broadcasts a two-hour special, LIVE from Chuck Berry Plaza in University City’s Delmar Loop, on Chuck Berry Statue Dedication day. Guests honoring the father of rock ‘n roll, Chuck Berry, include Billy Peek, Ron Isley, Bob Kuban, MIchael McDonald, Boz Scaggs, Joe Perry, Ray Stevens, Little Richard, Dennis Edwards, Merle Haggard, Jimmy Webb, Ruperrt Holmes, Elvis Costello, Bowser from Sha Na Na, and Simple Plan.
“St. Louisans should be proud to know one of their own created the most significant musical art form following World War II,” Brennan said. “As John Lennon said ‘If rock & roll had a different name, it would be Chuck Berry’. I am proud St. Louis is recognizing Chuck’s genius.”
American Idol is in town and thousands are at the Scottrade Center for the auditions. The Supreme Court strikes down a California law.
Edwards says he still has to privately raise $5 to 7 million more.