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Glenn Frey Fondly Remembered by Bob Seger

The late Glenn Frey was Bob Seger’s buddy long before Frey headed west and took wing with the Eagles singing background vocals on Bob’s first hit, “Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man” in 1968…

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Rembrandts-Johnny Have You Seen Her?- Ft Worth 1992

Danny Wilde and Phil Solem of the Rembrandts have been making terrific power pop music for years, whether as Great Buildings in the early Eighties, on Danny Wilde’s power pop solo masterpiece The Boyfriend   in 1986, composing and singing the iconic “I’ll Be There for You” theme to the popular Friends   tv series, or together […]

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John Lennon (10-9-40 to 12-8-80) Remembered by Paul McCartney

Like Mahatma Gandhi and the Reverend Dr.Martin Luther King jr. , deeply committed social reformers dedicated to peaceful change , John Lennon was assassinated December 8 , 1980 . I am reminded of a wall poster in the very early 1970s which chillingly showed the barrel of a gun pointed right between the viewer’s eyes from a distance of about one inch . Underneath it stated simply , ” Just because you have silenced a man does not mean you have converted him .”

Do not be misled . The forces of evil manifested in intolerance , fear , power , and greed killed John Lennon . Mark Chapman was simply the unwitting trigger man . But like Gandhi , Dr. King , John & Bobby Kennedy , Anwar Sadat in the Mid East, and Benigno Aquino in the Philippines , John Lennon was unbowed to his worldly end in the belief that ” all you need is love ” .

-Redbeard

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Joe Satriani-Ceremony-1998

Extraordinary guitarist Joe Satriani, whose monstrous virtuosity is matched only by his humility, performing “Ceremony” live In the Studio with me in 1998 on KTXQ-Q102 in Dallas/Ft.Worth Texas. –Redbeard

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Cheap Trick- Dream Police 40th Anniversary- Rick Nielsen, Robin Zander 9/9

The memory of awaiting the arrival of Cheap Trick‘s follow up to their breakthrough Live at Budokan   remains vivid. The Dream Police   had the soaring “The Way of the World”,”Voices”, the hypnotic “Need Your Love“, and the sing-along “The Dream Police“. Robin Zander and Rick Nielsen are here In the Studio  the week […]

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Scorpions- Moscow Music Peace Fest 30th Anniversary- Klaus Meine, Rudolph Schenker

Sitting with my guests Klaus Meine, Scorpions singer and songwriter, and Rudolph Schenker, guitarist/ songwriter,  it was fascinating to be reminded by members of Germany’s  beloved band just how much rock music  had changed the world in thirty-five years. And they should know better than anyone: they were there, living it every day in just […]

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Dire Straits- Communique 40th Anniversary- Mark Knopfler

The second Dire Straits release, Communique   early in Summer 1979, is one of those elusive  but long on satisfaction efforts that remains under-appreciated to this day, which because it was so overlooked by radio back then that Communique   seems so fresh today. I place the collection which contains “Once Upon a Time in […]

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KISS- Alive! End of the Road- Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons

“The lovefest ended when we hit the stage,” Kiss lead singer/ guitarist/ songwriter Paul Stanley told me about the band fraternity of support groups opening for them some forty-plus years ago,”because we were there to destroy them.” Gene Simmons agrees. “Putting on the make up was like putting on warpaint.” Few things from the mid-Seventies  […]