The delightfully effervescent Tom Cochrane stripping down to the fundamentals & doing his best Bobby Zimmerman on “Life is a Highway” during one of his several appearances on my Friday afternoon Q102 radio show over the years. – Redbeard
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This portion of my in-depth interview with Eric Clapton is gut-wrenching, heartbreaking, yet ultimately life affirming. It finds the acclaimed musician successfully in recovery after more than twenty years of substance abuse, experiencing a spiritual rebirth that can only be described as miraculous; his musical career at an all time high; and then the most […]
“Essential “. One thing that has never been questioned about Southern Rock legends Lynyrd Skynyrd is their unassailable authenticity. My guests guitarists Gary Rossington and the late Ed King, part one.
Happy birthday Bonnie Raitt Wednesday ( 8th ).
Two intrepid Scots, lead singer/guitarist Justin Currie and vocalist/ accordion player Iain Harvie of the Glasgow band del Amitri, showed up one blazing hot Friday afternoon to play out on the patio in upper 90s temp during my Friday afternoon remote broadcast in suburban Dallas in May 1990. Nary a word of complaint to us […]
Irrefutable proof that Cream continues to influence multiple generations of world class musicians years after Disraeli Gears, here are Back Door Slam trio from the Isle of Man, led by guitar phenom Davey Knowles, doing the vintage blues number “Outside Woman Blues” which Cream covered and popularized forty years earlier. – Redbeard
Redbeard was a top-rated Program Director and internationally-known on-air radio personality in Memphis 1978-1983 and Dallas/Ft. Worth 1984-1998. As one of the original “Dirty Dozen” Program Directors hired, Redbeard pioneered XM Satellite Radio as the first afternoon host of “Deep Tracks XM-40” from September 2001 through June 2002. In 2007-2008 Redbeard hosted afternoons on Lone Star 92.5/KZPS in Dallas/Ft. Worth, a unique Texas regional rock/Americana hybrid that featured no recorded commercials.
Louisiana slide guitarist & singer Sonny Landreth brought his guitar & a little tweed amp about the size of a small suitcase into the Mexican restaurant where I was broadcasting my weekly Friday afternoon Q102 Dallas radio show back in 1995 . Sonny proceeded to play “Back to Bayou Teche” from his album South of I-10
This month’s featured classic rock interview is with Steve Miller
Steve Miller: Well, at this point, I’ve always loved to play music, and from the time I was five years old to now it’s always been exciting to me to play. And to entertain people and to have a band and I was just yesterday afternoon I was thinking about oooh, it won’t be long now just another few weeks and we’ll be back out on the road and I’ll be all excited and I’ll be walking from the bus to the stage and to play my music. And for me, it’s been the blessing of my life…(more)