A by-invitation-only screening of the legendary Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus is set for London’s Dolby Screening Room next Tuesday December 11, marking the 50th anniversary of the filming of the event which took place at the studios of Intertel/VTR Services, just a few miles away in North London.
While the original inspiration is in dispute (with several people taking credit for it) the idea was to film a rock and roll show in the context of a traditional circus with The Rolling Stones serving as on-screen hosts, and so the studio was dressed as a circus tent for the occasion.Performances by The Who, Taj Mahal, Marianne Faithfull, Jethro Tull and, of course, the original line-up of The Rolling Stones (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards/Charlie Watts/Brian Jones/Bill Wyman) were filmed
iHeartMedia Cleveland announced today the debut of the new REAL 106.1, Cleveland’s Real Hip-Hop and R&B, effective immediately.
REAL 106.1 will broadcast the latest Hip-Hop and R&B music, including songs from artists such as J. Cole, DJ Khaled, Chris Brown, Big Sean, French Montana, The Weeknd, Migos, Drake, Cardi B, Machine Gun Kelly, Travis Scott and more. To commemorate the launch, the station will play 10,000 commercial-free songs in a row. The full program line-up for REAL 106.1 will be announced in the upcoming weeks.“We are extremely excited to add REAL 106.1 to our diverse portfolio of stations in the Cleveland market,” said Keith Hotchkiss, President of iHeartMedia’s North Ohio Region. “REAL 106.1 will play the top songs from the top artists in the Urban format. As Clevelanders get