New Search

If you are not happy with the results below please do another search

67 search results for: Sting

31

38 Special- Special Forces- Donnie Van Zant, Jeff Carlisi

Former singer/ songwriter co-founder Donnie Van Zant and original 38 Special lead guitarist Jeff Carlisi recall band headquarters in an abandoned auto parts garage in a swamp to work up songs, all paying dues that would result in their fifth album,”Special Forces”, selling multi-platinum in May 1982. Donnie Van Zant & Jeff Carlisi recall “Caught Up in You”,”You Keep Running Away”,”Back Door Stranger”, & “Chain Lightning” In the Studio.

32

The Cult- Electric- Billy Duffy

It was the latter-Eighties, and rolling the streets of Dallas/Ft.Worth at night felt less like a big-block muscle car and just right in a fire-engine red BMW M3, moonroof open, with The Cult “Love” cassette alternatelyly jammed in the dash player blasting “She Sells Sanctuary”and “Rain” with the follow up in April 1987, “Electric”, slamming “Love Removal Machine”,”Wild Flower”, and “Lil Devil”. The Cult guitarist/songwriter Billy Duffy is my guest In the Studio.

33

Aimee Mann- Put Me on Top- Ft Worth 4-92

Aimee Mann, almost unplugged, performs “Put Me on Top” from her solo debut “Whatever” atop (literally) Ft.Worth club Caravan of Dreams overlooking Sundance Square in April 1992 .-Redbeard

34

Jethro Tull- Thick As a Brick- Ian Anderson

Jethro Tull’s March 1972 epic “Thick As a Brick” is the only album in music history to attain #1 sales on Billboard containing only one song…Ian Anderson joins me In the Studio with Jethro Tull’s “Thick As a Brick” for one of the greatest progressive albums ever!

35

Foreigner- Dirty White Boy- Dallas 2-95

Original Foreigner lead singer Lou Gramm (c), Foreigner founder/guitarist Mick Jones (l), and former bassist Bruce Turgon (r) having fun with that “Dirty White Boy” Redbeard while In the Studio  on Q102 Dallas/Ft.Worth in February 1995. Both Mick Jones and Lou Gramm will be co-hosting the 45th anniversary of  Foreigner’s blockbuster debut here In the […]

36

Van Halen- Poundcake- Dallas 12-4-91

The story behind this free concert performance by Van Halen of “Poundcake” in the streets of downtown Dallas thirty years ago this week gets filed under Urban Legends that are actually true. That’s me introducing Van Halen from the stage. -Redbeard

37

Genesis- We Can’t Dance- Mike Rutherford, Tony Banks, Phil Collins

On the eve of their first North American concert tour in decades, Genesis triumvirate Mike Rutherford, Tony Banks, and Phil Collins  reconvened here In the Studio to reprise the world premiere broadcast which I hosted and produced with them in November 1991 for “We Can’t Dance” .

39

Led Zeppelin IV- Jimmy Page, Robert Plant

Legendary wrestler-turned-Led Zeppelin manager Peter Grant had an appropriately out-sized role in the Led Zeppelin “4” story as told here In the Studio by Jimmy Page and Robert Plant.

40

The Police- Ghost in the Machine- Stewart Copeland, Andy Summers

By the time October 1981 ‘s fourth Police album “Ghost in the Machine”  was dispatched, the exposed roots and influences shown by the London-based trio founded by Yankee drummer Stewart Copeland, who had emerged from the dying embers of the Punk Rock scene there, were more Miles and Mingus than Johnny Rotten. “Ghost in the Machine” topped the UK sales chart, #2 on Billboard  album chart, over three million copies sold in America alone, and Rolling Stone  magazine ranking it at #322 on their Top 500 Albums of All Time list. Police commissioner Stewart Copeland and six-string sharpshooter Andy Summers are your personal Ghost…busters with me here In the Studio in this classic rock interview.