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Rick Sabine

Hi Kids!

I look forward to spending some quality time with you each weekday morning! We'll have the BEFORE SIX FUNNY, the BONEHEAD OF THE DAY, the NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE QUESTION, the CLASSIC CUT , the BRAIN STRAIN and of course LOTS of great CLASSIC HITS!.

I must be off. Be humble, don't stumble, OK bye!

RicK and the More Music Morning Show on Classic Hits Y107.3 WYBZ.FM

On-Air Schedule
Monday 05:30am - 10:00am The More Music Morning Show
Tuesday 05:30am - 10:00am The More Music Morning Show
Wednesday 05:30am - 10:00am The More Music Morning Show
Thursday 05:30am - 10:00am The More Music Morning Show
Friday 05:30am - 10:00am The More Music Morning Show

Rick Sabine's Blog:

  • Fly the Freddie Skies
    A jumbo-sized photo of the late singer has been affixed to the tail fin of two Norwegian jets in celebration of what would have been his 71st birthday on September 5th.   Thomas Ramdahl, Norwegian’s chief commercial officer, says: “As Norwegian continues its rapid expansion in the U.K., our ‘tail fin heroes’...

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  • Album Preview
    Steve Winwood has offered up a preview of his next album, Greatest Hits Live, with the release "Can't Find My Way Home," which he first cut as a member of Blind Faith.   In an interview with Billboard, Wi...

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  • New Divorce Law Agreements
    Here’s  the Nearly Impossible Question for Wednesday, May 24, 2017   Earlier this year, Alaska became the first state to officially write this into divorce law agreements.   What is it?   ANSWER: Pet custody.   Listen to answer the Nearly Impossible Question weekday mornings...

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  • Costs More But Half the Size?
    Here's today's (Friday, May 19, 2017) NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE QUESTION   The average one of these costs four times as much as it did 25 years ago -- but is half the size. What is it?   ANSWER: A bikini.   Answer the NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE QUESTION weekday mornings at 7:15 and win a pizza from Papa John's in Zan...

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  • The Nearly Impossible Question
    Today's NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE QUESTION (Thursday, May 18. 2017) brought to you by PAPA JOHN'S PIZZA in North and South Zanesville and Coshocton.   California has 32 of these -- which is more than any other state. What are they?   ANSWER: Area codes.   Listen for the NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE QUESTIO...

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  • I've Seen All Good People
    Original Yes drummer Bill Bruford says that while a lot of attention was paid to Jon Anderson's chess-centered lyrics to Your Move, the opening section of I've Seen All Good People, Anderson was never able to explain them clearly to him, and that it didn't really bother him.   Bruford said, "When we finally came to ...

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  • Nearly Impossible Question
    According to a USA Today poll, four percent of us do this while on vacation. What is it? ANSWER: Plan the next vacation.   Correctly answer The Nearly Impossible Question weekday mornings at 7:15 and win a Papa John's pizza. ...

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  • BOB SEGER: Hitting the Stage in Detroit
    We now know why Bob Seger posted a photo of himself onstage at the suburban Detroit amphitheater once known as Pine Knob on his website Monday.   It's now called the DTE Energy Music Theater, and Seger will return there...

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  • Big Announcement??
      Bob Seger rarely updates his website, so when he does, it's noticeable.   On Monday, he posted a photo on the homepage of him on stage at Pine Knob, now known as the DTE Energy Music Theater, in Clarkston, Michigan with the caption: "June 21st, ...

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  • 1976 Queen Performance on Film
    Queen has posted a three-and-a-half minute movie filmed in February 1976 at the Beacon Theater in New York City by an audience member during the Night at the Opera tour. Though silent, the eight-millimeter film captures the start of the concert, which was the last part of "Bohemian Rhapsody."   ...

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