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Welcome to the Internet home of the River Region’s only All 80′s Radio Station! We take you back to the days of Big 80′s Hair and Big 80′s Hits. The 1980′s was a special time when guys wore spandex, girls wore shoulder pads, and things were, for the most part, Gnarly! The Cube proudly celebrates that decade by pulling together the best monster tunes of the day and playing them back to back to back.


Mötley Crüe NEVER To Tour Again

    Dr. Feelgood’s prognosis for Mötley Crüe? Terminal. The notoriously hedonistic glam-metal pioneers are calling it quits with a Final Tour that launches July 2nd A 72-date North American tour runs through November, ahead of a global itinerary expected to extend through 2015. After that, the foursome that has sold 80 million albums worldwide on the strength of such rock anthems as Dr. Feelgood, Smokin’ in the Boys Room, Kickstart My Heart and Girls, Girls Girls will bow out. “By the time we’re done, it will have been 35 years,” says guitarist Mick Mars, 63. “Mötley had a great run. It’s time to open the door for younger bands.” Agreeing to disband “was easy,” says bassist Nikki Sixx, 55. “It’s dignified and gang-oriented. We’re a band of brothers. A lot of people are going, ‘What about all the money? Don’t you have 10 more years in you?’ Well, maybe. But we’re peaking now. Let’s check out at the top. I look at my favorite boxers and wonder why they didn’t stop two fights earlier. We’re taking our championship belt and going home.” Singer Vince Neil, 53, says the band unanimously decided to split while in fighting shape to cap their resume with a knockout. “It’s a cool way to be remembered,” he says. “We’re leaving on our terms, not because of a lack of fans or inner fighting. Everything we have done is for the fans.” That includes the formal “cessation of touring agreement,” a legal document the band signed in January binding them to never tour again after 2015. Niki Sixx said “It excites me that nobody will be able to say, ‘Look at those old guys playing the county fair. They should have tapped out years ago.’