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The newest addition to the team, sports commentator Alex Jones tells us why Derek Jeter is one of the great Yankee players as we prepare to say goodbye to our Captain! Plus the musical soundtrack for the 6.2 earthquake in Anchorage, This Day in Music History, The Joke of the Week and new music from The Black Keys, Cage the Elephant, Elle King and more! 

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The Backstreets of America Tour is live from Monmouth University as we celebrate Bruce Springsteen's 65th birthday! Contributing writer for Backstreets magazine and Backstreets.com, Shawn Poole stops by to talk about Bruce as Thom Zimny goes through a sound check in the background! Plus musical influences on Springsteen's sound share the playlist. 

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We have our first Canadian listener and so an impromptu musical tribute kicks off the show. Plus This Day in Music History, The Joke of the Week and Melanie Pagioli is my special guest as we continue with our celebration of Springsteen's 65th on 9/23. Melanie is the ED of The Friends of Bruce Springsteen Special Collection hosts of two special birthday events coming up at Monmouth University.

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Springsteen photographer and long time friend, Frank Stefanko is live on the show today as we continue to celebrate Springsteen's upcoming 65th birthday! What stories he shares about meeting Patti Smith and Bruce. Fabulous! Plus This Day in Music History and happy birthday to the greatest bluesman alive today, B.B. King, who at 89 is still touring!! 

PS The show is no longer broken into two separate hours in hopes that it makes it easier for you to enjoy more of the show without having to go through the extra steps previously necessary. Let me know if it's good for you! 
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We continue our pre-birthday celebration for Bruce Springsteen's 65th on September 23 with a nod to The Rising, the creative response to 9/11. Poignant songs, powerful images. 

Jim Walsh from the non-profit Water and Food Watch talks about fracking. Senior Editor for PoliticusUSA, Justin Baragona continues his reporting from Ferguson and The World's Greatest Joke Teller is back with The Joke of the Week.  
PS You'll notice that both hours are now in one file! Hopefully that helps you enjoy the entire show without having to take the additional steps you've had to thus far!
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This Day in Music History, a birthday nod to Otis Redding and Bits n Pieces from the world around us including a disgraced Ray Rice.

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This Day in Music History, a birthday nod to Otis Redding and Bits n Pieces from the world around us including a disgraced Ray Rice.

September is Springsteen month on the show as we ramp up for the Boss's 65th Birthday! Plus The World's Greatest Joke Teller is back! This Day in Music History, a rockin' birthday party for Pretender's drummer, Martin Chambers and some exciting "guest" news! 

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When the violence ended in Ferguson, main street media packed up and left but independent media is still there. PoliticusUSA's Justin Baragona continues his reporting on the show today revealing more information about the number of bullets shot at Michael Brown and the yet to be found police report. 

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The Summertime Block Party for 2014 continues at The Camille Conte Show so if you've got the summertime blues, then this is the place to be. Plus September is Springsteen month as we get ready to celebrate The Boss' 65th birthday. New music from Beck, John Mellencamp, Tom Petty and Lenny Kravitz!

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