Every weekday at 3:45pm, Shawn Foxx gives you the Forgotten 45 @ :45! He plays a song that you haven’t heard in so long, you’ve forgotten it. The Forgotten 45 @ :45, only on 105.7 KOKZ!
To hear the full and complete Forgotten 45 @ :45 playlist, click the Spotify logo in the top right corner in the player below.
In medieval Europe, the average person drank 220-250 litres of beer a year! As it had undergone fermentation, it was cleaner and safer to drink than the water. Great Divide WOOD WERKS OLD FASHIONED From Great Divide Brewing in Denver, CO, comes this interesting “old fashioned” Belgian Style Ale. Not “old fashioned” in the way…read more »
Joan Baez – The Nigh They drove Old Dixie Down Written by The Band’s Robbie Robertson and released in 1969 on the self-titled album, it is one of the band’s most notable songs and most beloved by fans. Joan Baez, who had worked with Bob Dylan so closely, during the time when The Band was…read more »
Queen – A Kind Of Magic Written by the drummer, Roger Taylor, for the soundtrack of one of my favorite movies, Highlander, “A Kind Of Magic” ran in the credits of the movie. The title came from a line from the main character, Connor McCleod (Christopher Lambert) when asked how he was able to be immortal,…read more »
Rick Springfield – Speak To The Sky Rick Springfield’s very first single, released in 1972, from his album, ‘Beginnings’, became a worldwide hit, peaking at #6 in his home country of Australia, and went Top 20 here in the U.S. where it peaked at #14 on the Hot 100!read more »
The Icicle Works – Birds Fly (Whisper To A Scream) A Top 40 hit for a British band called The Icicle Works, but in the U.S. just Icicle Works. It comes from the self-titled album and is the only single to chart in the states. “Birds Fly (Whisper To A Scream)” or in the U.S.,…read more »
April Wine – Roller This is the song that broke April Wine in the U.S. Their first hit in the states, “Roller”, barely hit the Top 40, peaking at #34 on the Hot 100. It came from the album, ‘First Glance’ from 1979. You can hear it again on AT40 – The 70s, THIS Saturday…read more »