Rockturnal With Scotty B

  • #5. Bryan Adams DBL Play - Summer of 69 and Run to You

    Bryan Adams standing with his right hand holding onto a microphone that is attached to a mic stand with his guitar strapped on his body looking to his right in a black and white picture from the 80's.

    Bryan Adams 1983 (Photo by Chris Walter/WireImage)

    #5. Bryan Adams DBL Play – Summer of 69 and Run to You

    Requested through – Facebook Request Line – Scotty B wdha

    Requested by – Commander Jason Jayman P in Mechanicsburg , PA

    Commander Jason Jay Man P brings up the rear at #5 with his Bryan Adams DBL Play Request. The first track was “Summer of 69”. “Summer of ’69” by Bryan Adams. Released in 1984, this rock classic has captivated generations. From the the first guitar strums, “Summer of ’69” grabs our attention and takes us on a journey back in time. Written by Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance, the song captures the essence of a carefree summer, blending elements of rock and pop to create a sound that is both energetic and deeply sentimental.

    The second track was “Run to You”. Released in 1984, this electrifying track showcases Adams’ vocal prowess and songwriting brilliance, leaving an indelible mark on the music industry. With its passionate lyrics, haunting melodies, and intense energy, “Run to You” continues to resonate with audiences, cementing its place as a classic rock masterpiece. Great Job Jayman! Salute!

  • #4. Alice Cooper DBL Play - No More Mr. Nice Guy and Feed My Frankenstein

    Alice Cooper on stage in make up and costume holding a cane in the air in his right hand and a microphone in his left hand with a fire burning effect on a huge screen behind him in the background

    LANDGRAAF, NETHERLANDS – JUNE 17: Alice Cooper  2023 i (Photo by Didier Messens/Redferns)

    #4. Alice Cooper DBL Play – No More Mr. Nice Guy and Feed My Frankenstein

    Requested through – Facebook Request Line – Scotty B wdha

    Requested by – Commander Mike H in Staten Island , NY

    Commander Mike H takes #$ with his Alice Cooper DBL Play request. The first track was “No More Mr. Nice Guy”. In the realm of shock rock and theatrics, few artists have left  the mark that Alice Cooper has. Known for his provocative stage presence and dark lyrical themes, Cooper has consistently pushed boundaries throughout his career. Among his many hits, “No More Mr. Nice Guy” stands out as a rebellious anthem that challenges societal expectations and stereotypes. Released in 1973, this powerful rock track became an instant classic, solidifying Cooper’s reputation as a boundary-pushing pioneer in the world of music.

    The second track was “Feed My Frankenstein”. In his extensive discography, one song that exemplifies Cooper’s dark and macabre style is “Feed My Frankenstein.” Released in 1991, this rock anthem explores themes of desire, temptation, and the allure of darkness. With its electrifying riffs, haunting lyrics, and unforgettable stage performances, “Feed My Frankenstein” has become a signature piece in Alice Cooper’s repertoire. Great Job Mike! Salute!

  • #3. Pearl Jam DBL Play - Rearview Mirror and Alive

     Mike McCready and Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam Leaning and bending while playing their guitars onstage at Madison Square Garden on September 11, 2022

    NEW YORK, NEW YORK – SEPTEMBER 11: Mike McCready and Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam   at Madison Square Garden on  2022 in New York City. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for PJ)

    #3. Pearl Jam DBL Play – Rearview Mirror and Alive

    Requested through – Facebook Request Line – Scotty B wdha

    Requested by – The Orange County Rockers  The Crazy Colonels Robin and John and Crazy Corporal Andrew in Orange County , NY

    The Orange County Rockers  rock their way into #3 with their Pearl Jam DBL Play Request. The first track was “Rearview Mirror”. “Rearview Mirror” stands out as a powerful anthem of self-reflection, personal growth, and letting go of the past. Released in 1993 as part of their groundbreaking album “Vs.,” this transformative track showcases Pearl Jam’s ability to blend raw emotion with melodic brilliance.

    The second track was “Alive”. “Alive,” a hauntingly powerful track by Pearl Jam, remains one of the most iconic songs of the grunge era. Released as the band’s debut single in 1991, it instantly captured the attention of audiences with its raw intensity and emotional depth. “Alive” serves as a reminder that despite the trials and tribulations of life, we have the capacity to survive, evolve, and embrace our true selves. Its enduring impact on listeners speaks to the universality of its themes, making it a timeless anthem of strength and self-realization. Great Job Gang! Salute!


  • #2. Chris Cornell theme DBL Play

    Chris Cornell of Soundgarden on stage looking down playing his guitar behind a stand up mic in the 90's

    LOS ANGELES, CA – DECEMBER 01: Chris Cornell performs with Soundgarden  December 1, 1996  (Photo by Jeffrey Mayer/Getty Images) *** Local caption *** Chris Cornell

    #2. Chris Cornell Theme DBL Play

    Requested through – Facebook Request Line – Scotty B wdha

    Requested by – Commander Ken W in Madison , NJ

    Commander Ken W  is back on the list at #2 with his Chris Cornell theme DBL Play. The first track is from Audioslave one of the super group bands he was in. “Be Yourself” stands out as a powerful anthem of self-acceptance and staying true to one’s identity. Released in 2005 as part of their album “Out of Exile,” this introspective track showcases Audioslave’s ability to deliver thought-provoking messages through their music.

    The second track was “The Day I Tried to Live ” by Soundgarden. In the realm of grunge and alternative rock, few bands have achieved the raw intensity and musical innovation of Soundgarden. Among their extensive discography, the haunting track “The Day I Tried to Live” stands out as a testament to the band’s ability to delve into deep introspection and existential themes. Released in 1994 as part of their iconic album “Superunknown,” this song captures the struggles of the human condition and the quest for meaning in a tumultuous world. Great Job Ken! Salute!

  • #1. Ozzy Osbourne Crazy Insane theme DBL PLay

     A modern day Ozzy Osbourne looking to his right holding a mike singing.

     Ozzy Osbourne 2022  (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

    #1. Ozzy Osbourne Crazy Insane theme DBL PLay

    Requested through – Email Request line – [email protected]

    Requested by – Commander Kyle M in Hillsborough , NJ

    Look out Bobby Bonzo Kyle M is on your heels now to catch and break your record of making the Top 5  six nights in a row! He knocked the Woodbridge Division out  on Tuesday’s Top 5 from Sellout # 952. Kyle is doing a “I’m Losing My Mind” theme request this week and so far they have been landing him in the Top 5 every night.  His Crazy Insane theme DBL play has him taking the top spot tonight.

    The first track was “Crazy Train” by Ozzy Osbourne. In the realm of heavy metal, few songs have achieved the legendary status and enduring popularity of Ozzy Osbourne’s “Crazy Train.” Released in 1980 as the lead single from his debut solo album “Blizzard of Ozz,” this iconic track has become a cornerstone of Ozzy’s discography and a symbol of his solo career. With its infectious guitar riffs, memorable lyrics, and energetic delivery, “Crazy Train” has cemented its place as one of the greatest anthems in rock music history.

    The second track was “I’m Going Insane” by Black Sabbath. Black Sabbath, the pioneers of heavy metal, have consistently pushed the boundaries of music and delved into the darker realms of human experience. One such exploration can be found in their album “Sabotage,” where the haunting track “I’m Going Insane” resides. Released in 1975, this song serves as a chilling portrayal of mental unraveling and the harrowing descent into madness. With its raw intensity and atmospheric composition, “I’m Going Insane” stands as a testament to Black Sabbath’s ability to capture the depths of human emotions. Great Job Kyle and Good look tryin to catch up with Bobby Bonzo! Salute!


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