In The Studio Archives: previews


Preview upcoming interviews that will air in the weekly national radio broadcast of In The Studio

Dire Straits-Brothers in Arms 30th Anniversary-Mark Knopfler 5-25

A worldwide phenomenon from London’s Dire Straits, Brothers in Arms became one of the most popular albums of the entire Eighties decade because of Mark Knopfler songs “So Far Away”,”Walk of Life”,”One World”, the mega-hit “Money for Nothing”, the tropical atmospheric“Ride Across the River”, and the melancholy title song. Mark Knopfler joins me...
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Aerosmith-Toys in the Attic 40th Anniversary-Steven Tyler, Joe Perry,Tom Hamilton,Brad Whitford,Joey Kramer 5-18

The breakthrough third album for Aerosmith, 1975’s Toys in the Attic, was the foothold¬† to climbing the sales charts on their way to becoming America’s most successful hard rock band. Containing perennial favorites “Walk This Way”,”Sweet Emotion”, the first anti-child abuse song “Uncle Salty”, the circular contagion of “No More, No More”, a...
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Styx-A&M Albums 1975-1984-Tommy Shaw, James Young, Dennis DeYoung 5-11

For five long years before they scored their first breakthrough million-seller The Grand Illusion in 1977, the Chicago band Styx had been making melodic hooky rock that sounded huge blasting out of a car dashboard speaker tuned to powerful radio stations in the Windy City, Detroit, Cleveland, and St.Louis. Re-released three times regionally...
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Forever Man Eric Clapton pt 2-The Agony & the Ecstasy

The Redbeard interview with “Slowhand”part two, covering the times and the music contained in the thirty year multi-disc anthology Forever Man: “Bad Love”;”Layla” from Unplugged; Grammy winner with B.B.King, “Riding With the King”; rediscovering his past in Cream and Blind Faith including “Can’t Find My Way Home” with Steve Winwood;¬† the nightmare of...
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