Local Radio Station Has Got Some Doobie Brothers Coming Up For You

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Local Radio Station Has Got Some Doobie Brothers Coming Up For You

NORWALK, CT—According to sources, local radio station 95.9 The Fox has got some Doobie Brothers on the way for you in just a few minutes, along with some Stones, some  Skynyrd, and they'll kick it all off with some Hendrix. Though they are just wrapping up another 50 minutes of nonstop rock—you heard from Marshall Tucker, Boston, a little Steve Miller "Rock 'N Me" mixed in there, and they closed it out with a Zeppelin twin-spin—you're going to want to stay tuned because they've got another nine in a row headed your way at the top of the hour, as well as a chance to win some great prizes, including two tickets to see the Eagles live at Mohegan Sun. But first, the station has announced plans to take you all the way back to 1972 with this classic tune.

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