Massachusetts boys Huxter are tonight’s 15 Seconds of Fame featured artist. Check out their original song Call You Mine and tell us what you think! For a limited time, download Huxter album FREE (Special thanks to Susan […]
New study came out that says how much free time the average person has and what they do with it. Here’s how it broke down: 10. Listening to, or playing, music, 7% 9. Gardening, 7% […]
Did you catch the story on the front page of the Herald yesterday about the 1000 former Pike workers who are still getting free tolls, years later? Nice perk. They don’t even work there and […]
All week long, Karson, Kennedy and Salt are asking this question: Have you ever had your Christmas ruined by your child? Karson and Salt do a review of the week’s winners, and decide who to give a year’s worth of massages to.
Karson, Kennedy, & Salt announced major concert news on this morning’s show. The Mix 104.1 “Not So Silent Night” concert returns this December and it is going to be bigger than ever.
Karson and Salt went down to Aerosmith’s “secret” Boston street concert promoting voting and their new album Music from Another Dimension! By all accounts, it was a pretty neat event, not least because it was free. Salt talks […]
Salt decided that he wanted to play the Aerosmith song game with Steven Tyler. He made 3 different versions: easy, hard and insane. Being the rebellious rock star that he is, Steven Tyler instantly chose the insane one
The crew here at Mix 104.1 got the chance to go to the Steven Tyler pre-concert event yesterday at the Four Seasons to interview the main man himself. Kennedy came up with a new idea for how to ask him questions. She wrote down a bunch of questions then had the contest winners ask them to him. He loved the idea!
1) Daylight savings time was the other day, did we gain or lose an hour? 2) During the Hurricane Sandy telethon, which New Jersey bred star sang a medley of his hits, which include “Who […]
Performing with only two acoustic guitars and bass, a stripped-down acoustic Mix Lounge show from Britain’s Graffiti6 allowed the band’s infectious vocal harmonies to shine through.