Join us for an entire weekend of the best live classic rock ever recorded. 105.7 The Hawk & Coors Light presents an encore performance of HawkStock this Labor Day Weekend.
Saturday was a great day for live music. It was 12 hours of nothing but live classic rock tracks starting at 10 a.m featuring twenty-four Classic Rock bands. If you missed it, here's the list of bands and the songs they sang. (All the songs are "live" versions) Pink Floyd Run Like Hell Hey You Money Comfortably Numb Styx Blue Collar Man Too Much Time On My Hands Fooling Yourself Come
[PHOTOS] Virtual Tailgate With Coors Light Today
Every virtual music festival, needs a virtual tailgate party right? Of course it does, and that's what we did today...We had a a virtual tailgate in our parking lot today. It was low-key, but it was great to see a lot of the Hawk listeners today who we haven't seen in such a long time since the COVID-19 pandemic started almost four months ago Our virtual music festival, Hawkstock 2020, is happenin
Check Out The Official Hawkstock 2020 Lineup
We are just days away until the biggest virtual music festival EVER! This Saturday, June 13th is 105.7 The Hawk's Hawkstock! It's 12 hours featuring 24 of the greatest live concert performances from the greatest rockers of all time. It's going to be an awesome day of music, so if you're at a bbq, hanging in the pool, or just driving around, you must have the Hawk with you to be part of this incred
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