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95.9 THE HAWK

95.9 The Hawk is Southern Utah’s Classic Rock radio station. Listen to the Rock N’ Roll Morning Show with Marty & Flegal weekdays from 5:30a-9a.  Tune your radio in St George, UT to 95.9 fm and in Cedar City, UT to 95.5 fm.

Hawk Rock News – 2/18/14

Hawk Rock News - 2/18/14

    For All Your Hawk Rock News Tune In Daily at 7:30 & 9:30am! U2 demonstrated an array of talents during their visit to Jimmy Fallon’s first episode of “The Tonight Show.”  Of course, they did what they do best with a pair of performances, including one from the 30 Rock observation deck in…

Nikki Sixx Weighs In On Justin Bieber’s “Rock Star” Antics

Nikki Sixx Weighs In On Justin Bieber's "Rock Star" Antics

Nikki Sixx says Justin Bieber isn’t quite there yet, but he is on the fast track to rock star status. Having just announced the final tour for his band Motley Crue, Sixx is looking ahead at the next generation of acts to call rock stars.  The bassist says the “rock star” label shouldn’t be taken…

KISS’ Gene Simmons To Appear on “CSI”

KISS' Gene Simmons To Appear on "CSI"

Gene Simmons is headed to the small screen.  “The Hollywood Reporter” says the KISS frontman is on board to appear as himself in an upcoming episode of “CSI.”  The show’s executive producers Don McGill and Carol Mendelsohn say in a joint statement that they’re “really excited” about having the rocker take part in a episode. …

Pete Seeger Death Confuses Bob Seger Fans

Pete Seeger Death Confuses Bob Seger Fans

Bob Seger is still alive.  But this week’s news that Pete Seeger died apparently led some to believe the classic rocker had passed away.  DailyDot.com has compiled a collection of tweets that confuse the two stars.  Several tweets acknowledging the 94-year-old folk legend’s death make references to a Bob Seger classic, including “RIP Pete Seeger,…

Red Hot Chili Peppers Aren’t Planning Zeppelin Cover For Super Bowl

Red Hot Chili Peppers Aren't Planning Zeppelin Cover For Super Bowl

Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith says he was joking about the group playing a Led Zeppelin song at the Super Bowl.  The rocker tells Billboard.com he was heading into a Grammy Week event when he was asked about the performance, but it’s “supposed to be a surprise” so he said he really couldn’t…

The Allman Brothers Band Won’t Tour After This Year

The Allman Brothers Band Won't Tour After This Year

The Allman Brothers Band is wrapping up its road work.  Frontman Gregg Allman tells “Relix” magazine “this is it — this is the end of it,” and the group’s 2014 dates will be their last — for now.  He explains that “45 years is enough,” and he wants to “do something else.”  But Gregg isn’t…

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