Sib's site just opened. It's at http://sibhashian.com/

Check it out!

For anyone interested in ordering the WZLX: From The Vaults CD, you can order it at
http://www.newbury.com/products/cd/cd-indie/370120.htm

(Thanks to Becky for this!)

Well, I just learned that on November 3rd, Fran Cosmo got married. Congrats to Fran and his new wife, and may they have many happy years together!

(Thanks to Becky for this one too!)

WZLX's live music CD compilation WZLX: From the Vaults is available in New England music stores TODAY! The disc is composed of ten rare, unreleased live performances from your favorite classic rock artists. Proceeds benefit the Walden Woods Project and Franciscan Children's Hospital.

(thanks to Troy of the Boston.org office for the info)

A recent fax from WZLX sent to the Boston Office: "Our street date is November 7th, but we will begin playing a promotional copy on the air by October 17th." Other featured artists are Tom Petty, Allman Brothers, Don Henley, Aerosmith, Steve Miller, Jimmy Buffett, and Peter Frampton. All tracks are "live" and span the last 10 years (1991-2000).

The Beloved Few, along with BeatleJuice (the Beatles tribute band Brad's with) were at The Palace Theater in Manchester NH on October 7th. Brad joined the Beloved Few to sing the classic Boston song, Hitch A Ride. You can hear the audio sample by going to The Beloved Few Site.

For those who are wondering just when the release from WZLX (in Boston) titled From The Vaults will be coming out, the tentative release date is Tuesday, October 17/00.

If you're wondering what this has to do with Boston, there will be a live track on the CD (Livin' For You).

Proceeds from this album will help support Franciscan Children's Hospital in Boston and The Walden Woods Project; both very worthy causes.

(Thanks to Linda Eckert of VH-1 for giving me heads up on this!)

Look for Boston on VH-1. Beginning November 13th, VH-1 will countdown the "100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock" as chosen by a panel of music journalists, critics and musicians. The show will air for an hour each night for 5 consecutive nights. Check local listings for more details.

If you missed the original Rockline broadcast last year (like I did), there's no need to fret; the Rockline program that featured Boston in January '99 will be repeated on September 13 (Wednesday) at 11:30pm EDT.

You can get more info and station listings at
http://drchuck.net/rockline/

This was where Tom first introduced the new songs Someone and Turn It Off.

For those of you interested in tribute bands, here's one for you. There is a Boston tribute band called Smokin', and they are releasing a tribute CD on Tuesday, September 12/00. What's interesting about them is that they play these songs in Bluegrass (YEE-HAW!!!). In fact, the title of the release is "A Bluegrass Tribute To Boston". The track listing is as follows:

1. More Than A Feeling
2. Peace Of Mind
3. Foreplay / Longtime
4. Smokin'
5. Don't Look Back
6. Hitch A Ride
7. We're Ready
8. Higher Power
9. Amanda
10. Let Me Take You Home Tonight
11. Rock N' Roll Band
12. A Man I'll Never Be

You can get the CD through CD NOW or Amazon.com.