Golden State Warriors

Congrats to the Golden State Warriors for winning the 2015 NBA Championship.

Lamont and Tonelli debuted their exclusive new song by Big Men On Campus, jamming with Queen, called "Warriors Are The Champions."

This is the official unofficial Golden State Warriors Championship song.


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lick here to listen to the song on our podcast page.

Click here to download the song from iTunes.

Click on the player below to listen to the song on YouTube.

Last Updated on Thursday, June 18 2015 06:06

 

Golden State Warriors

goldenstatewarriors2015nbafinals01aCongrats to the Golden State Warriors for winning the 2015 NBA Championship.

Check out Lamont and Tonelli's exclusive song by Big Men On Campus, jamming with Kansas, called "Curry and The Warriors."

This is the official unofficial Golden State Warriors NBA Finals song.

Click on the player below to listen to the song.



C
lick here to listen to the song on our podcast page.

Click here to download the song from iTunes.

Last Updated on Thursday, June 18 2015 06:56

 

Golden State Warriors

Congrats to the Golden State Warriors for winning the 2015 NBA Championship.

Check out Lamont and Tonelli's exclusive song by Big Men On Campus, jamming with Kansas, called "Curry and The Warriors."

This is the official unofficial Golden State Warriors NBA Finals song.

C
lick here to listen to the song on our podcast page.

Click here to download the song from iTunes.

Click on the player below to listen to the song on YouTube.


Last Updated on Wednesday, June 17 2015 21:34

 

Golden State Warriors Championship Parade And Rally

The Golden State Warriors and the City of Oakland will host a parade and rally to honor the 2014-15 NBA Champion Golden State Warriors on Friday, June 19, 2015, beginning at 10:00 a.m. The parade will begin on Broadway at 11th Street, turning right on Grand Avenue, and right on Harrison to Lakeside Drive, ending on Oak and proceeding to the Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center for the Rally.

Fans can begin to line up for the Rally as early as 5:00 a.m. at Lakeshore and 12th Street.

BART will run extra trains through Oakland all day and will modify routes to accommodate parade and rally attendants. Pay close attention to signage and BART employee directions.

Details about taking AC Transit to the parade festivities, including information about bus detours in downtown Oakland, are available online at www.actransit.org.


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Tom Willis

Check out Tom Willis throwing out the first pitch with his feet at the San Francisco Giants game.

 

Chris Pratt

Check out Chris Pratt getting pranked by fake Dinosaurs.

 

Swipe Right

Check out today's "Swipe Right" contestant Caitlin.

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Last Updated on Monday, June 15 2015 07:26

 

The Bone's Derby Day

Join 107.7 The Bone for The Bone's Derby Day at the Alameda County Fair in Pleasanton on Saturday, June 27th!

It's the first EVER party on the infield of the horse track, and you can join us!

Text DERBY to 25859 right now and try to win tickets that include fair admission, access into the party, lunch and a premium view of the races!

Lamont & Tonelli will be on-site from 1-3pm, and Baby Huey & Chasta will be there from 3-5pm.

Plus, games and prizes. Come party with us!

Tickets for the party can also be purchased by clicking here!


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Last Updated on Wednesday, June 24 2015 06:25

 

Dave Grohl

The story has made the rounds. Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl takes a tumble at a show in Sweden, breaks his leg, has it tended to backstage, then returns to rock from a chair and completes the show. But up until now, only the aftermath of the spill had been seen online. Now footage of Grohl’s awkward moment has turned up online. As can be seen, it’s no small fall that the vocalist took. A look at the video footage shows the camera man’s height barely even reaching the top of the stage and it looks as though Grohl takes a pretty significant leap. The singer was rocking out pretty good when he decided to get a little closer at the crowd. But a stumble as he walked toward the front of the stage led to him losing balance and flying off the front awkwardly to the ground below. It appears as though guitarist Chris Shiflett is the first to notice, as he begins to move toward the front of the stage to see what happens as the video ends. Another item from the aftermath has also hit the web. TMZ has obtained a photo taken by FameFlynet Inc. of the singer stepping out in London, complete with a cast on his leg and braces to help him get around. It should come as no surprise that the popular Grohl already has his cast filling up with well wishes from friends. Check out the photo here. The band announced that they are canceling their next two performances — one at Pinkpop in the Netherlands and a second in St. Gallen in Switzerland — because of the injury. At present, Grohl and the Foos are expected to be back for a two-night performance at London’s Wembley Stadium June 19 and 20. The band is then scheduled to kick off a North American tour on July 4 in Washington, D.C.


Last Updated on Monday, June 15 2015 07:47

 

Dave Grohl

It takes a special kind of commitment to keep entertaining a crowd of thousands on a freshly-broken leg, but Dave Grohl is dedicated to his fans. The Foo Fighters frontman took a catastrophic tumble off the stage during a concert in Gothenburg, Sweden on Friday, forcing him into a surprisingly brief hiatus to seek medical assistance, as the BBC reports. Two songs into the band's show at Ullevi stadium, Grohl seemed to have miscalculated a jump onto a ramp, falling instead into the security pit. "I think I just broke my leg," he announced to the crowd while lying on the ground, as captured by a fan video. "I think I really broke my leg!" To any audience members making the reasonable assumption that the show was over for the night, he offered some reassurance. "You have my promise right now that the Foo Fighters, we're gonna come back and finish this show," he said. "But right now, ladies and gentlemen, I'm gonna go to the hospital, I'm gonna fix my leg. But then I'm gonna come back, and we're gonna play for you again! I'm so sorry!" He then handed the show over to drummer Taylor Hawkins, who led the band in a set of covers in Grohl's absence. About an hour later, Grohl returned to the stage on a stretcher, with the assistance of two medics. They set him down on a chair, from which he proceeded to rock for another two-and-a-half hours. The Foo Fighters later confirmed the extent of Grohl's damage by Tweeting an x-ray showing a rather gruesome-looking fracture. "Thank you Gothenburg. That was amazing," the caption said. Unfortunately, the injury has forced the band to cancel their June 14th appearance at the Pinkpop Festival and their show at the AFG Arena in St. Gallen, Switzerland on June 16th. Check out Dave Grohl's X-Ray below.

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