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Nothing much survives from Brehmer’s high school years except rumor and innuendo. He distinguished himself as the starting pitcher for the varsity baseball team from 1969 to 1972. He also spent winters in a Kelly-green Speedo as a member of the McBurney swim team. All pictures were destroyed by the government. [Read Lin’s Full Bio]
For this very revealing interview, I climbed into bed with Peter Himmelman.
“You’re The First Person At A Non-Country Station That Played It” – Steve Earle Discusses 30th Anniversary Of Debut Album
We were one of the first 3 radio stations in the world to play Steve Earle in 1986.
You have to understand that these days when I start talking about the Cubs and Cubs history, people just start inching away.
These are the saddest of all possible words: Russell to Baez to Rizz.
A story of Lin Brehmer’s encounters at Pearl Jam and Wilco this past weekend.
During the live performance of Moaning Lisa Smile, Ellie fell backwards into the crowd and surfed until she was virtually on top of me.
Here are some of my personal All-Stars.
I like to say “FANTASTIC.” Judging from the reactions, this is a surprising response.
We don’t find the blues, the blues find us.
The Jayhawks kicked off their tour in the ‘fall in your lap’ intimacy of Lincoln Hall on the north side of Chicago.