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Dave Savage

Some stuff about....ME!

I am one of the weekend warriors at The Hawk. I'm a native of Plains (near Wilkes-Barre), PA, a lifelong radio nut and I have worked everywhere from Binghamton, NY, to Lafayette,  LA....the latter being where I learned the phrase "Laissez  le bon temps rouler" which means "Let the good times roll"  in French. Don't mind if I do! 

Obviously, I'm a huge music fan. My tastes are eclectic, but Springsteen tops my personal favorites (I've caught The Boss in concert 20+ times. Lost count.) but I also dig ZZ Top, Kiss, Warren Zevon and a laundry list of others.

My hobbies include anything outdoorsy and active (tennis, mountain biking, hiking) but I also enjoy road trips to just about anywhere and checking out local bands, occasionally.

Regarding sports, I don't play "fantasy" anything. The only teams I care about are the Phillies, Penguins and Steelers.

Personal: Single, with a couple brothers and a sister.

Thanks for stopping by! Feel free to send e-mail or hit me up on the Hawk Lines (610) 720-9999 to say hello.


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  • Rock Hologram Museum to Open in London

    Rock fans will soon be presented with a chance to “perform” live with some of their heroes. Set to open next year is The Music Hall of Fame, a museum located in Camden, north London, that will feature interactive holograms of John Lennon, Jimi Hendrix, Freddie Mercury, Kurt Cobain and other music icons. Attendees will be able to interact with the holograms, with footage of their “meetings” available for purchase on DVD. The innovative idea was triggered by the “appearance” of rapper Tupac Shakur—in hologram form—during a performance staged by Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre at the 2012 Coachella festival. “You could be transported back to a specific moment of music or play with artists who are no longer alive, even playing back-to-back with a hologram,” said project manager Lee Bennett, speaking to the London Evening Standard. “I was at Coachella watching Tupac and it blew people's minds." Click here for more info!

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