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Deep album cuts from classic 60's & 70's bands as well as songs and bands that radio and time forgot, where a 30-40 year old song can bring back a memory or be brand spanking new to you!

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Broadcaster: John C. Allo April 19, 1960 - November 4, 2007 Classic rock was always about the album cut and rarely the single that radio would overplay. Broadcast stations hardly ever play these album cuts when in many instances, they're the best songs on the album. I started this station as a means of playing these cuts, and playing bands that radio and time forgot. I hope you like the music and might consider supporting the station with a small donation. Visit our website, ClassicRockAlbumCuts.com for more info. Thanks for checking out my station.

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John C. Allo April 19, 1960 - November 4, 2007

John C. Allo ROCKLAND John Carmine Allo, 47, of Rockland died at his home from cardiomyopathy on Sunday, November 4, 2007.

He was born in Havelock, N.C., son of Samuel R. Allo of Glens Falls, N.Y. and the late Frances C. (Magnotta) Allo, and was raised and educated in Vergennes, Vt.

A former Stoughton resident, he has made his home in Rockland for the past 13 years. He was the owner of John Allo Productions in Rockland, providing DJ services throughout the South Shore.

An innovative entrepreneur, he used his internet skills to create a popular wedding services marketing site, www.SouthShoreWeddings.com, and he was the author of Bubble Parties, a business plan for entertainment at preschools.

John maintained his own online radio station, www.ClassicRockAlbumCuts.com, and served as Web master for internet sites for Holy Family Church in Rockland and St. Mary’s Church in Scituate.

He was a member of the National Association of Mobile Entertainers and organized numerous wedding expo shows on the South Shore.

In addition to his father, he is survived by his wife, Patricia (Ryan) Allo; his children, Mary E. Allo, Susan F. Allo and Samuel J. Allo, all of Rockland; and his siblings, Laurie Allo and Vincent Allo of Vermont and Sharon Jenkins of Pennsylvania. Also surviving are several nieces and nephews.

Donations may be made to the Holy Family School Advancement Fund, 403 Union Street, Rockland MA 02370.

To sign online guest book, www.magounbiggins.com.

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