In The Studio: Live

Enjoy these ultra-rare exclusive live performances from Redbeard’s Dallas/Ft.Worth and Memphis afternoon radio shows between 1978-1998 ; live In The Studio performances from 1988-present ; and actual concert broadcasts produced by Redbeard .

Metallica- The Unforgiven- San Francisco 2-16

We are counting down the days until Metallica‘s James Hetfield and Kurt Hammett return here In the Studio September 12 to host the twenty-fifth anniversary of one of rock’s most massively popular efforts, “the Black Album“! To warm up, flashback to the fiftieth anniversary of that most American of worldwide exports, the Super...
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The Who- Baba O’Riley- Toronto 12-17-82

Getting in tune and counting the days until Pete Townshend returns In the Studio on the 15th of this month for the 45th anniversary of the timeless Who’s Next. Here is The Who with Kenney Jones on drums in Toronto December 1982 with a spirited “Baba O’Riley“. –Redbeard...
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The Who- Love Ain’t for Keeping- Toronto 12-82

As we prepare here In the Studio  for the big anniversary of The Who‘s magnificent masterpiece Who’s Next mid-August, we share an ultra-rare performance of one of the more under-exposed chestnuts from it, “Love Ain’t for Keeping“. –Redbeard...
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Greg Lake- Affairs of the Heart- Dallas 1992

Greg Lake of Emerson, Lake, and Palmer showed up In the Studio one afternoon with a curvy blonde (guitar) on his lap and serenaded us with this spine-tingling rendition of “Affairs of the Heart”. Greg returns In the Studio with old friend Carl Palmer the week of July 25 to reminisce about the...
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Allman Brothers Band- Seven Turns- Los Angeles 6-11-92

The unplugged trend in rock bands reinterpreting their most famous songs in an acoustic arrangement was in full bloom when the Allman Brothers Band, always one of the largest ( and best ) working bands America ever produced, agreed to the stripped down approach at a radio and record industry convention in Summer...
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Foreigner- White Lie- Dallas 2-95

With Foreigner founder Mick Jones on acoustic guitar and backing vocal, Bruce Turgon on acoustic bass, and former lead singer/lyricist Lou Gramm live unplugged February 6, 1995 in Dallas Texas performing “White Lie”. –Redbeard         ( L-R: Mick Jones, Redbeard, Lou Gramm, Bruce Turgon)...
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ZZ Top- Rough Boy- London with Jeff Beck

There has been a flurry of news coming from the Texas twisted world of ZZ Top in the last week and it’s all good. First, bass player/ singer Dusty Hill has recuperated sufficiently from a nasty backstage fall in the Spring to rejoin the band for some very high-profile gigs in the UK...
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