A "Classic" Big Ticket WeekendAll weekend long, text "BIG" to 96750 for your chance to win a pair of tickets to see the Eagles and Doobie Brothers live and in concert on September 30th at Safeco Field!
Lee and New York Vinnie Talk Seahawks [Audio]Friday morning, Lee got a chance to chat about the Seahawks with former Seattle sports radio show host... New York Vinnie. Take a listen!
Gene Simmons and Ace Frehley Reunite for Hurricane Relief FundraiserIt's the first time in 16 years the two members of KISS have performed on stage together.
Yoko Ono Sues Lemonade Company for Trademark InfringementThe legal documents referenced a Facebook post that showed an image of John Lennon holding lemons.
Bruce Springsteen Releases '78 Show for MusiCares Hurricane Relief FundRecorded in September of '78, the show even finds Springsteen and company running through holiday classic, "Santa Claus is Comin' to Town."
Lee Callahan Has Your Tickets to See Coldplay!Listen every morning from 6am to 9am with Lee Callahan for your chance to win a pair of tickets to see Coldplay at CenturyLink Field this Saturday!
Join JACK at the Seattle Autism Speaks Walk on September 23rdSaturday, September 23rd, Lee Callahan and the JACK FM team will join hundreds others at the Seattle Center for the Autism Speaks Walk, and we'd love for you to join us as well!
Pearl Jam & Soundgarden's Matt Cameron Talks Solo Album 'Cavedweller'"The vocal aspect was the toughest part for me," the drummer said.
Foo Fighters' Taylor Hawkins Puts Chris Cornell Memorial on Drum KitThe Foo Fighters are also opening a special pop-up pub in London with exclusive merchandise and more importantly, the band's own beer.
U2 Perform New Song 'You're The Best Thing About Me' on 'The Tonight Show'The band also played 'Bullet The Blue Sky' with new anti-Trump lyrics.
Linkin Park Thank Fans with New Video MontageThe clip features footage from Chester Bennington memorials around the globe.
U2 Working to Replace Instruments for Displaced Houston MusiciansThe Edge's Music Rising non-profit was founded after Hurricane Katrina to purchase new instruments for musicians.