Chris is a Harrisburg radio industry veteran. He first came to Harrisburg in 1975 as a part-timer on top 40 station WKBO (AM). After WKBO, Andree had various midday shows on Sunny 99 FM, Lite 97-3 FM, KOOL 94-9 and KOOL 99-3. He became Clear Channel Production Director in 2001, as well as hosting the River 97.3’s overnight show. He can be heard doing commercials and voiceovers across the midstate, including ABC 27 and has been the public address announcer for the Harrisburg Senators for over 15 years.
David Bowie is celebrating his 66th birthday today by releasing his first new music in nearly a decade.
Just after midnight ET, a message was posted on his Facebook account alerting fans to visit his official website with the words, "Think we're in for a big surprise...This is really turning out to be quite some birthday!" above a big question mark.
Once fans click through to Bowie's site, they learned his new single "Where Are We Now?," produced by long-time collaborator Tony Visconti, is now available via iTunes and a video for the track has been posted on the site via Vimeo. And, The Next Day, Bowie's first studio album since 2003's Reality, will be released March 12th in the U.S. The album, Bowie's 30th studio effort, can be pre-ordered now via iTunes in a standard edition and a deluxe version featuring three bonus tracks.
Bowie has been a virtual recluse since suffering a heart attack in 2004, but he does appear in the new video -- or at least his head does.