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70s Sunday Morning at 9

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November 10, 2017 at 10:29 am - Home, nothin' but '70s
By Glen Slingerland

It was during the 70s that a famous dead person went on tour and people lined up for hours to see him. Yes, it was the Boy King, King Tut. He had a condo made of stone-ah.

You won’t hear any touring dead people this weekend on the Jolly Miller Pub’s nothing but 70s Show with Trevor McDonald, but you will hear music associated with some historic events. Let’s see, we’ve got a lead singer songwriter from one band helping out another bad with a hit song. Oh AND, Trevor will tell you about a concert in 1971 that only cost 75 Pence to attend. We have no idea how much that was worth in 1971, but we can tell today that would be the equivalent to a $1.20.

70s music to get you ready to rock your way through another winter and on The Jolly Miller Pub’s nothin but 70s Show Sunday morning from 9-1 on Classic Hits 89.5 The Drive.

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