Singles schlitz

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There's lots of WCAO, WCBM, WITH, and WLPL, along with "vacation" tapes of KQV-FM (simulcast with AM) and some Florida stuff. "For many years I have collected commercials in addition to airchecks, jingles and records.In many ways, commercials are the toughest items to find even though they played such a prominent role on the air.Miller High Life The High Life has been nipping at the heels of PBR for a number of years now.

On 6/10/12, they would add Kenny Rogers to this list when Rogers joined the band at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival to perform “The Gambler.” Taking the stage, Kenny remarked that he thought his appearance would be “a bit of letdown” following "Axilla." The sit in, though, was a treat for the fans and a thrill for the band.

Here is photos of the cans that came with the case notice that the bottom was never been added to them also the tops are unpunched with the church key.

There was a WWII beer case that sold on here a few weeks ago for 0 that was very cool as well.

“The Gambler” was penned in 1976 by Don Schlitz, at the time “an unknown songwriter from North Carolina.” Schlitz recorded and even charted with the song, but it was when it was paired with the voice of Kenny Rogers that “The Gambler” became a classic, rising to number one on the Billboard Country chart and number 16 on the Pop chart in 1979.

“The Gambler” would become Rogers’ signature tune and, in the process, make Don Schlitz’s career.

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