Saturday, June 30, 2012
Eddie Money discussed his show tonight in Mount Clemens during a special WJR-broadcast from Macomb County. Included in the interview is a modification of one of his most popular songs by County Executive Mark Hackel.
WJR-AM radio hosts Paul W. Smith and Frank Beckmann broadcast their shows Friday from Mount Clemens as part of the kick off to the Stars and Stripes Festival. The shows, which were broadcast from the Bath City Bistro, included a number of elected and appointed officials, businesses leaders and an interview with rock star Eddie Money. Included in the interview was County Executive Mark Hackel singing a modified version of Money's song "Take Me Home Tonight" with new lyrics of "Make Macomb Your Home," which is also the title of county's marketing campaign. The song can be heard at 5:30 in the interview. But in addition to promoting musical acts during the festival, the changing demographics and emerging automotive, defense and "blue" …
Monday, May 28, 2012
VFW Commander, Macomb County elected officials, WJR Radio personality Frank Beckmann and rocker Eddie Money share their thoughts about the importance of Memorial Day.
Friday, May 25, 2012
Rocker Eddie Money was a guest Friday on Frank Beckmann radio show on WJR-AM at Brownie's on the Lake.
Before rocker Eddie Money played DTE Music Theater Friday night, he played a smaller venue at Brownie's on the Lake. Money was a guest of Frank Beckmann on his WJR-AM radio show. He performed two songs and spoke with Patch about his love of Detroit.
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
Organizers of the Selfridge Air National Guard Air Show release the names of aircraft that will streak across the skies and performers who will entertain spectators on the ground.
A mix of the old and the new will be on display in the air and on the ground next month at the Selfridge Air National Guard Base Air Show and Open House. Two Navy F/A-18 Super Hornets similar to the jets that flew over the lakefront during this past weekend for the Gold Cup Races are scheduled to appear at the free air show Aug. 20-21 along with the Air Force's new F-22 Raptor. "The addition of these high-performance Navy aircraft also highlights the joint nature of the Selfridge community," said Lt. Col. Sean Campbell, director of the Selfridge Air Show, in a release. Additionally, the rocker Eddie Money will perform at the annual Friday Night Hangar Party. The party will be held on Aug. 19, the night before the air show opens. "The …