National Concert Day

Live Nation celebrates the beginning of the summer concert season with "National Concert Day" and special $20 ticket offer for fans.

Over 40 Bay Area concerts inclduing:

OneRepublic, Brad Paisley, Train, Avenged Sevenfold, Chris Brown, Dead & Company, KORN, Muse, Matchbox Twenty, Boston, New Kids on the Block & many more.

Starting tomorrow at 8am, fans can get the $20 tickets (including the L&T Ball and Bone Basg 17), which will be available from May 2nd-9th at: livenation.com/20ticket

Last Updated on Tuesday, May 02 2017 05:47

 

Dallas Cowboys

Only in Philly.

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Last Updated on Monday, May 01 2017 07:58

 

Roger Goodell

Is Roger Goodell wiping a booger on this young girl?

 

Silicon Valley Take Steps For Crohn's & Colitis

On April 29th our listener Steve will be participating in the Take Steps for Crohn's and Colitis Walk at Arena Green next to SAP Center.

Click here for more info.

Check out his personal page on the Take Steps website by clicking here.
 

Lamont and Tonelli Golf Tournament

Hey golfers, the Lamont and Tonelli Golf Classic is sold out, but The Ford Store Morgan Hill is donating their four-some to auction off for charity. The auction is happening this morning between 6-9:30am during our morning show. All money raised will go to UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital. You can place a bid on 107.7 The Bone's Facebook page, or you can call or text us with your bids at 888-303-BONE (2663). The guys will announce bids on the air as they happen. The Lamont and Tonelli Golf Classic is happening on Monday, May 1st at Coyote Creek Golf Club in Morgan Hill. See you on the green. Good luck.

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Last Updated on Thursday, April 20 2017 07:33

 

Beaver Herds 150 Cattle

Saskatchewan rancher Adrienne Ivey may have heard of a beaver, but until now, had never seen a beaver herd. Cattle, that is. On Friday, Ivey and her husband were surprised to see 150 of their heifers crowded together in one of their pastures. Curious about the strange behaviour, they investigated further, to find the herd of cattle following a beaver that had wandered along. "He was out and about, I think looking for a new place to build a beaver lodge, and they were following him," Ivey said. "There was about a three-foot space around him. They didn't want to get closer than that." According to Ivey, heifers, young cows that haven't had a calf before, are more inquisitive than the average bovine, which may have led to the cows following the beaver. "They're a curious bunch," she said. "They're kind of like teenagers. And I think they were following this thing around because they couldn't figure out what the heck it was." Ivey thought the odd event was even more notable considering the beaver is Canada's national symbol. "We just thought this was so funny and so Canadian," she said. "A Canadian beaver leading around a bunch of Canadian cattle just makes it even more funny." Ivey said they have a number of sloughs and wetlands on the ranch, and often see beavers walking around. The couple farms near Ituna, 135 km northeast of Regina.

 

Alonzo Carter

San Jose State’s Alonzo Carter, before he was the Spartans’ running back coach, he used to dance on tour with MC Hammer.

 

Kung Fu Master Uses His Testicles To Pull Seven Cars Weighing Over 12 Tonnes

A Chinese kung fu expert has demonstrated the results of his hard training by pulling a row of cars with nothing but his testicles. Ye Wei moved seven Audi cars using a rope attached to his genitals on March 30 in China's Shandong Province. After moving the vehicles for eight metres (26ft), the 39-year-old successfully broke his personal record set last year which saw him pulling five cars. Mr Ye's attempt last Thursday was recorded on a video, released by Pear Video, on March 31. The videos shows Mr Ye  tying a rope which connects to seven Audi cars to his testicles. A group of supporters gathered around Mr Ye to cheer for him as the event took place in Zibo city. As a highly focused Mr Ye channelled his might through his genitals, the seven vehicles - with a combined weight of 12.6 tonnes - slowly moved forward. The moved for eight metres (26.2 foot) before coming to a full stop. Mr Ye claimed that the stunt he performed is called Xi Sui Gong or Xi Sui Technique. He said that the stunt is a wellness regime practised by Taoists to improve their fertility. The man is also said to have invented a hybrid school of martial art, known as Tai Chi Zen, after combining Tai Chi and and Taoism wellness regimes. Mr Ye beat his own record of pulling five Audi cars last April, also in Zibo, Shandong Province. After successfully completing the challenge, Mr Ye told a reporter from Pear Video that he had been practising kung fu for around 30 years and that he had worked as the principal for three martial arts schools. The other types of martial arts Mr Ye practises are Hung Kuen and Shaolin Kuen. The man also claims to know Thai boxing. Dr Chen Yu,Department of Urology at Linkou Chang Gung Memorial Hospital told Apple Daily Taiwan in an interview: 'Xi Sui Gong' could help curing or prevent urinary incontinence as the exercise trains the pelvis and muscles around the thigh.' He also added the action of stimulating the testicles can help problems of premature ejaculation and extend the endurance on sex performance. However, there is also an effect of bending the penis and skin peeling on the testicles.

 

Samy The Psychic

samythepsychic01aSamy The Psychic is in the studio taking listener readings.

Call 1-800-922-SAMY to talk to Samy personally.

Check out Samy The Psychic's website: www.samythepsychic.com

Check out Samy The Psychic on Facebook by clicking here.

Last Updated on Wednesday, May 10 2017 06:13

 

Lamont's Music Notes For April 3rd

Here are Lamont's Music Notes for April 3rd.

April 3rd, 1968 - Sebastian Bach

Sebastian Bach (real name Sebastian Bierk), singer of Skid Row, was born in Freeport, the Bahamas. Today he turns 49! Here’s Sebastian with Skid Row performing “I Remember You”.

Last Updated on Monday, April 03 2017 08:52

 
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