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Recorded live on KX FM 104.7 in Laguna Beach, California, today's Keith's Music Box features Ian Dury, Uriah Heep, Thin Lizzy, Blood Sweat & Tears, Mott the Hoople, Jackson Browne, Jethro Tull, The Cars, Van Morrison, Peter Gabriel, Bob Dylan, Los Bravos, The Black Crowes, Ted Nugent, Rainbow, Rod Stewart, The Allman Brothers, Alice in Chains, Styx, Camel, Celso Salim and Elton John.
The guys get into the drug-fueled decisions and bad associations that put a price on Gregg Allman's head and ended the biggest iteration of the Allman Brothers Band. Support the show by shopping for new speakers and audio equipment with audioengine! Get bonus episode, newsletters and more when you join the show on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/rocknrollbedtimestories SHOW NOTES: https://ultimateclassicrock.com/allman-brothers-roadie-arrest/ https://mytruecrimestories.wordpress.com/2019/09/23/1st-rico-indictment-was-not-against-the-italians-it-was-against-the-dixie-mafia/ https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2023/8/15/trump-georgia-indictment-what-is-rico-law https://www.ajc.com/politics/what-to-know-about-georgias-rico-law/3Y2PBKLHWFDMLKYFEURTHLBVZY/ https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/racketeer_influenced_and_corrupt_organizations_act_(rico) http://alanpaul.net/2017/11/organization-man-twiggs-lyndons-wild-life-and-eerie-death/ https://lareviewofbooks.org/article/duane-allman-skydog-explained https://www.duaneallman.info/macontelegraph10301971.htm https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Berry_Oakley https://liveforlivemusic.com/features/berry-oakley-rip/ https://boundarystones.weta.org/2016/06/09/1973-grateful-dead-and-allman-brothers-mega-concert https://deadessays.blogspot.com/2019/01/the-dead-and-allmans.html https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/the-allman-brothers-story-how-gregg-allman-keeps-band-going-after-duanes-death-75625/ USA vs Herring legal decision: https://law.justia.com/cases/federal/appellate-courts/F2/568/1099/288010/ The Cameron Crowe 73 article: https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/the-allman-brothers-story-how-gregg-allman-keeps-band-going-after-duanes-death-75625/ https://ew.com/article/1992/07/10/gregg-allman-and-chers-troubled-marriage/ https://gangster405.rssing.com/chan-45492965/article210.html?zx=813 https://deadessays.blogspot.com/2019/01/the-dead-and-allmans.html
The best thing I can do for the world, Is to Spiritualize my I. That I may become a window through which, Others may see the light. ☉ Let's be clear about it: Evolution is not a given, it is not a MUST, it is voluntary, and it requires time, energy, attention, effort, and risk. Rudolf Steiner stated that we first were given an egoic "I" in the middle of the Age of Atlantis, way over 10,000 years ago. Since then, we have had many lifetimes to develop our individuality and evolve toward the spiritual stage of evolution. Still, it is a long, slow process that must be chosen freely. Alas, not many have, and many are not wanting, trying, willing, or interested in Spiritualizing the "I," which is the next step after developing it. I like the old Allman Brothers song "You Can't Lose What You Never Had." Indeed, you can't give away something you don't own, and you can't graduate from something you haven't mastered. We must first realize our unique Self, then break away from conventional conditioning to individualize and fully liberate ourselves. The thing is that it doesn't stop there, that's just the beginning! Once those processes are complete, we progress to a deeper understanding of our place within the divine consciousness/plan of creation within the heart of "All That Is." We become aware of our divine nature, our Spirit Self, and we communicate, unite, feel, and belong to another dimension of existence beyond the 3D egoic "I," material world, and death. This exciting journey to reunite with the Source of all creation transforms us into beacons of light on Earth. Let's do it! Waterfall by Jimi! https://youtu.be/43npxOdVmhk?si=avJyxTPvPSSXn1AB
During this episode of ROCK'nVINO, hosts Coco and Michelle talk with The Wine Guy, Tom Simoneau! KSRO listeners are quite familiar with Tom's voice, since he started his radio career as The Wine Guy on KSRO back in the 90s. Tom is uniquely suited for our show, since he started out as a musician and ended up a winemaker! Tom learned to play guitar with his college friends and decided to make a go of it as a band in Georgia. Their first band was named C&W Mow Company, since their landlord told them they needed to pay rent somehow and mowing lawns was a good way to earn some dough! Influenced by bands like the Allman Brothers and Little Feat, Tom and his bandmates started to play bigger shows and tour across the country. The music scene in San Francisco drew them west, and they decided they were going to head to California to get signed and become professional musicians. Luck wasn't in the cards, but after a holiday trip home, Tom started to date a beautiful girl he knew from home in Maine, and brought her back to California. Tom and Brenda Lee bought a home in Healdsburg and Tom started working by selling wine over the phone direct to customers. He had the chance to make some wine, and won awards as an amateur winemaker. They sold their first home and bought a ranch in Alexander Valley. That sealed the deal, and Tom the bassist became Tom Simoneau, winemaker and grape grower. In the early years, Tom relied on American AgCredit to help him live from harvest to harvest, as he fleshed out his business. This episode is PACKED with great stories not only about Tom's history, but stories of Sonoma County, Healdsburg, and the families who make this place their home. Check out Tom's wines (including the Brenda Lee Chardonnay!) online at simoneauvineyards.com and find it on the menu at Valette in Healdsburg. ROCK'nVINO is sponsored by American AgCredit.
Burke chats with legendary music executive Danny Goldberg (Nirvana, Led Zepplin, Allman Brothers, Steve Earle, many more) on this weeks show, recorded live in Las Vegas at the National Conference of Personal Managers Hall of Fame Induction. Visit Danny online at www,dannygoldberg.com The Big Time Talker is sponsored by Speakermatch.com.
Leo Schumaker's "Bluesland" music podcast from Nov. 9, 2023. Here is some fine music for your listening pleasure. Included are Bonnie Raitt, Taj Mahal, George Thorogood, The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band, The Allman Brothers and more. Thanks for being my friend. See you on the radio Thursday 7-9 PM.
OK, the Allman Brothers band… That's right. We've arrived. Dwayne Allman was trying to make his way as a guitar player for hire, band, leader, and solo artist. After spending several years, making connections, the board was set. His band members were there, he just had to bring them together. And that's what we talk about this week on the Rock and Roll Heaven podcast! Our social stuff: Patreon.com/rockandrollheaven Twitter: @rockandrolllt Instagram: Rockandrollheavenlt Facebook: Rock and Roll Heaven Pod Our website: https://rockandrollheavenl.wixsite.com/mysite Tick Tok: rockandrollheavenpod Email us! email@example.com Check out the other awesome Pantheon Podcast at www.pantheonpodcasts.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome back to purgatory and Happy Halloween!!! This week the boys talk about The Night Flier from 1997 and directed by Mark Pavia and starring the great Miguel Ferrer, Julie Antwisle, Dan Monaham, Michael H. Moss, John Bennes, Beverly Skinner, Rob Wilds and Richard K. Olsen. Thanks for checkin us out and if you'd like to find our back catalog go to podbean.com Take of each other out there and have a Happy Halloween. Outro song "Rambling man" by The Allman Brothers https://youtu.be/68X8o0S7vJc?feature=shared
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Remember back in Episode 151 when we used a lot of four letter words? That is, song titles consisting of a single four letter word? Well, we're back to ramp up the fun...one word at a time! This week, we cover five letter words with our special guest Third Lad Mike Finoia. Mike Finoia is a standup comedian based out of New York City. He is a writer / producer for TruTV's hilarious and wildly popular Impractical Jokers, and tours nationally in support of their theatre and arena tour. When he's not on the road, Mike can be found performing nightly at NYC's premiere comedy clubs. Mike has been featured on TruTV, Sirus XM & Comedy Central. On top of that, he also co-hosts the successful podcast Comes A Time with bassist Oteil Burbridge (Dead & Co, Allman Brothers), a fellow show on the Pantheon Podcasts network. Talk about a renaissance man! But wait, there's more! Mike also has a new comedy special, Don't Let Me Down, which is available RIGHT NOW on 800pgm.com and will be released to YouTube on November 9th. With a penchant for finding the absurd in everyday life and a knack for weaving relatable tales with a comedic twist, Finoia takes the stage to deliver a performance that's both uproarious and thought provoking. Did we mention the phrase "renaissance man"? We have a marvelous time chatting about comedy during the pandemic, one of the title ideas for his special, life on Impractical Jokers, following Phish, Music League, and much more. Plus, we play a rousing game of O3L Scrabble! So, c'mon...don't let him (or us) down. Click that play button, and like, subscribe, rate and review! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Let's Welcome to the Georgia Songbirds a singer songwriter from Canada and a member of the band The High Road Ron Fathers. Ron came on the show to talk about his band and their music and as always we get off topic. ZWe talked about Twins, The Allman Brothers, and their is a spider story that he tells that will creep you out just in time for Halloween. We also listened to a few of The High Road's songs available now for streaming and download. So pull up a seat and listen in to mine and Ron's conversation --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thegeorgiasongbirds/message
We take a closer look at breast cancer and how it has affected some residents on the First Coast. Then: Alan Paul discusses his new book about the Allman Brothers, and we review the Jaguars' win over the Indianapolis Colts.
For more than 30 years, rust belt blues shouter and guitar slinger Larry McCray's greatness has been hiding in plain sight. A native of Magnolia Arkansas, Larry McCray discovered his love of music at a young age through his sister Clara, who introduced him to the guitar and the transformative music of Blues legends like B.B. King. After moving to Michigan at 12, he spent his teen years harnessing his guitar skills, adding rock riffs to the traditional blues style he loved. After high school, he began playing the local circuit, and by the late 80's he attracted the notice of Virgin Records and was signed as the inaugural artist to their blues label Point Blank Records. In 1990, McCray released his critically acclaimed debut album, aptly named — Ambition. A stunning debut, the record was a convincing hybrid of blues, rock, and soul, with McCray combining the interrelated idioms in sizzling fashion. Throughout the 1990's, he continued to help define blues rock, releasing several albums including 1993's Delta Hurricane, and 1998's Born to Play the Blues. After starting his own record label, Magnolia Records, the bluesman remained active throughout the 2000's, releasing 2001's Believe It and Blues Is My Business, 2006's Live on Interstate 75, and his self-titled album "Larry McCray" in 2007. He toured extensively, playing with blues greats like B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Robert Cray, Keb' Mo and Joe Bonamassa, and worked with rock legends like the Allman Brothers, Levon Helm, Chris Robinson, Dickie Betts and countless others. Somewhere along the way, though, his path to the top of the blues world was derailed. During the recording process of his latest release, McCray felt "reborn" as he developed a newfound drive and passions for his career. In 2021, McCray released his first original material in nearly 15 years, "Blues Without You," an album that showcases his power as an instrumentalist and a vocalist. The 12-track record, produced by Joe Bonamassa's Keeping the Blues Alive label, garnered McCray even more critical acclaim with Blues Rock Reviews calling it "the record of a lifetime and the best project of his career." Born and raised on the shores of Lake Superior, Phil Anich served as Big Top Chautauqua's Operations Manager for nearly 30 years. A performer for most of his life, in the 1980's along with other local artists he began singing in shows written by Warren Nelson & Betty Ferris about the history of the local Lake Superior region. This group would go on to become Big Top's famed house band the Blue Canvas Orchestra. Every summer since Big Top's founding in 1986, the Blue Canvas Orchestra have continued to write and perform in original shows that have often celebrated the history, environment, and cultures of the local region. Since then, Phil Anich has continued to perform in shows at Big Top including Riding The Wind, Big Top Does The Beatles, Wild Woods & Waters, and most recently In Spite of Ourselves: The Music of John Prine & Nanci Griffith. During the 2022 summer season, Phil Anich performed under the tent with Dale Engquist, Brian Russ, and Mason Pavel, as Phil Anich & Friends opened for legendary country swing band Asleep At The Wheel. This episode features recordings from each artists' August 2022 performances at Big Top Chautauqua. First broadcast in 1994, Tent Show Radio is a weekly one-hour radio program showcasing the best live recordings from acclaimed music acts and entertainers who grace the Big Top Chautauqua stage each summer in beautiful Bayfield, WI. In the program's nearly 30-year history it has featured artists like Johnny Cash, B.B King, Brandi Carlile, Willie Nelson, Don McLean, and many more. Hosted by celebrated New York Times best-selling author Michael Perry-who weaves stories and humor throughout each episode - Tent Show Radio features performances from renowned national & regional artists, with regular appearances featuring Big Top's own unique brand of shows that feature songs and stories performed by its acclaimed house band, The Blue Canvas Orchestra. Tent Show Radio is independently produced by Big Top Chautauqua, a non-profit performing arts organization, with a mission to present performances and events that celebrate history and the environment - along with their annual summer concert series - nestled in the woods on the shores of Lake Superior and the Apostle Islands. EPISODE CREDITSMichael Perry - Host Phillip Anich - Announcer Jaime Hansen - Engineer Gina Nagro - Marketing Support FOLLOW BIG TOP CHAUTAUQUA https://www.facebook.com/bigtopchautauqua/ https://www.instagram.com/bigtopchautauqua/ https://www.tiktok.com/@bigtopchautauqua https://twitter.com/BigBlueTent FOLLOW MICHAEL PERRYhttps://sneezingcow.com/ https://www.facebook.com/sneezingcow https://www.instagram.com/sneezingcow/ https://twitter.com/sneezingcow/ 2023 TENT SHOW RADIO SPONSORSAshland Area Chamber of Commerce - https://www.visitashland.com/ Bayfield Chamber and Visitor Bureau - https://www.bayfield.org/ Bayfield County Tourism - https://www.bayfieldcounty.wi.gov/150/Tourism The Bayfield Inn - https://bayfieldinn.com/ Cable Area Chamber of Commerce - https://www.cable4fun.com/ Washburn Area Chamber of Commerce - https://washburnchamber.com/ SPECIAL THANKSWisconsin Public Radio - https://www.wpr.org/
Blackberry Smoke frontman Charlie Starr joins Shred With Shifty to deconstruct his solo on the Smoke's 2016 track, “Waiting for the Thunder.” Starr, whom Shifty credits with owning one of the best vintage guitar collections he's ever seen, explains how he got into guitar at age six thanks to the influence of his dad, who was a bluegrass rhythm player. But he turned to his mum, the rocker in the family, to help him get his first electric guitar: a Mosrite copy which he played through his sister's stereo with some old-school technical finessing. (He eventually blew the stereo, which didn't go over well with his sibling.) Starr and Shifty swap stories about getting their kids into guitar—Starr's son wasn't interested until he played guitar hero, when he discovered Allman Brothers and Van Halen. Starr says his playing has never been too bogged down in theory—“I know what sounds good to me and what feels good to me,” he says—and he details how he came to his hybrid picking, middle-finger “crutch” style of lead-playing. For the scorching solo on “Waiting for the Thunder,” off their 2016 record Like An Arrow, Starr messed around until he found the right shape and sound. He used a 50-watt 1976 Marshall JMP, running through a 4x12 cab with Celestion Greenback speakers, and the same guitar he's playing in this episode: a 2014 Gibson Custom Shop Southern Rock Tribute Les Paul, an homage to the smooth riffing of Duane Allman, Gary Rossington, and Dicky Betts. You can hear those southern rock pioneers in Starr's solo, which starts in the low register before slinking its way up the neck to a blistering crescendo. “Tom Waits said, ‘Our hands are like dogs, and they go to familiar places,'” says Starr. Click below to subscribe to the podcast! Full Video Episodes: http://volume.com/shifty Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/id1690423642 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4B8BSR0l78qwUKJ5gOGIWb iHeart: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-shred-with-shifty-116270551/ Pandora: https://www.pandora.com/podcast/shred-with-shifty/PC:1001071314 Follow Chris Shiflett: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chrisshiflettmusic Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shifty71 TikTok: https://firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/chrisshiflett71 Website: http://www.chrisshiflettmusic.com Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/5tv5SsSRqR7uLtpKZgcRrg?si=26kWS1v2RYaE4sS7KnHpag Producer: Jason Shadrick Executive Producers: Brady Sadler and Jake Brennan for Double Elvis Engineering support by Matt Tahaney and Matt Beaudoin Video Editors: Dan Destefano and Addison Sauvan Special thanks to Chris Peterson, Greg Nacron, and the entire Volume.com crew.
AUTHOR ALAN PAUL CHATS ABOUT HIS LATEST BOOK BROTHERS AND SISTERS: THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND AND THE INSIDE STORY OF THE ALBUM THAT DEFINED THE 70s: Hello everyone and welcome to another edition of Interviewing the Legends I'm your host Ray Shasho. Alan Paul, has released his latest book, Brothers and Sisters: The Allman Brothers Band and the Album That Defined the 70s. Exploring the powerful impact that the Allman Brothers had on the politics and culture of the 1970s, including playing a pivotal role in the election of Jimmy Carter, the book has been featured everywhere from "All Things Considered" and Wall Street Journal to the Washington Post and LA Times. Regarded as one of “rock's finest narrative historian" Alan is a unique example of an individual who is both performing the music of the Allman Brothers and the foremost historian of the band. He released a book that explores the surprising ways the band's influence continues to be felt today, from playing a pivotal role in Carter's election to paving the way for today's celebrity media culture -- while simultaneously traveling the country with his Friends of the Brothers, opening the Allman Brothers' official Peach Tree Music Festival this summer and headlining the Watkins Glen 50th anniversary concert. Author Alan Paul of the New York Times bestseller One Way Out: The Inside History of the Allman Brothers Band, the definitive book on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band, and Texas Flood: The Inside Story of Stevie Ray Vaughan. The latter has been optioned and is being developed for both documentary and feature films. His first book, Big in China, is about his experiences raising an American family, forming a band and becoming an unlikely rock star in Beijing. He also founded Friends of the Brothers, the premier celebration of the music of the Allman Brothers Band, featuring members of the Dickey Betts, Jaimoe and Gregg Allman bands. He is a regular guest on radio shows and a frequent contributor to The Wall Street Journal, Guitar World, and other publications. PLEASE WELCOME New York Times bestselling author ALAN PAUL to Interviewing the Legends…. PURCHASE THE NEW BOOK BY ALAN PAUL Entitled BROTHERS AND SISTERS: THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND AND THE INSIDE STORY OF THE ALBUM THAT DEFINED THE 70s. ALAN PAUL is the author of the New York Times bestseller One Way Out: The Inside History of the Allman Brothers Band, the definitive book on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band, and Texas Flood: the Inside Story of Stevie Ray Vaughan. The latter has been optioned and is being developed for both documentary and feature films. His first book, Big in China, is about his experiences raising an American family, forming a band, and becoming an unlikely rock star in Beijing. He also founded Friends of the Brothers, the premier celebration of the music of the Allman Brothers Band, featuring members of the Dickey Betts, Jaimoe and Gregg Allman bands. He is a regular guest on radio shows and a frequent contributor to The Wall Street Journal, Guitar World, and other publications. He lives in New Jersey. Available at amazon.com FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ALAN PAUL VISIT http://alanpaul.net/ Official website https://www.facebook.com/AlanPaulauthor Facebook https://twitter.com/AlPaul?ref_src=twsrc^google|twcamp^serp|twgr^author Twitter https://www.instagram.com/alanpaul66/?hl=en Instagram www.goodreads.com/author/show/1010203.Alan_Paul Goodreads To celebrate this history, Alan will be hosting a special book talk and performance. At McCurdy's Comedy Club in Sarasota on Monday, October 23rd. The night will begin with an interview of Alan by Wade Tatangelo of the Sarasota Herald Tribune, followed by a performance with members of Dickey Betts and Great Southern and the Butch Trucks Freight Train Band, including Thurston Moore, Berry Oakley Jr. (son of ABB founding bassist), and more. BOOK TOUR •October 12 NYC 5:45 Pm Doors. Talk starts at 6:30 “Plant Friendly, green” multi-media presentation followed by Junior Mack acoustic. Very limited tickets: https://dontellmom-brothersandsisters.eventbrite.com/ •October 14 Philadelphia City Winery Another special Brothers and Sisters show. This will begin with an interview with Osiris Media's RJ Bee, followed by full FRIENDS OF THE BROTHERS set. Tickets: TICKETS: https://bit.ly/45oFkXD -October 20, The Williams Center, Rutherford, NJ A special Brothers and Sisters show will begin with an author talk and Q/A, followed by full FRIENDS OF THE BROTHERS set. Tickets: https://bit.ly/3EDslpN •October 22 Intuition Ale Works, Jacksonville, FL w/Smokestack Tickets: https://bit.ly/3ETDEu4 •October 27 Soundcheck Studios, Pembroke, MA Another special Brothers and Sisters show. This one will start with a book-signing and a conversation between me and Leon Russell biographer Bill Janovitz followed by a full Friends of the Brothers set Tickets: https://app.opendate.io/e/brothers-and-sisters-book-release-celebration-october-27-2023-474480 •October 28, The Broad Brook Opera House, Broad Brook, CT We in Friends Of The Brothers are really excited to be returning to one of our favorite venues – the magnificent Broad Brook Opera House in Broad Brook, CT on Saturday, October 28. This special show will also include an author Q/A and book signing, with me being Interviewed by WRTC radio host Chris Cowles about my the New York Times bestseller “Brothers and Sisters.” Includes book signing. A special night at a special place. 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As broadcast October 11, 2023 with plenty of twang to do your thang. Tonight Danno & Dunia embark on their first proper round trip in a few weeks' time due to the Chuseok holiday and the Busking World Cup, and this is one both of them have had burning in the pocket for a while now. Nashville is literally Music City, so whatever genre you're talking about, there's some mind-blowing artist in that area of the audiosphere that is a top notch musician. From legends like Dolly Parton and Kitty Wells to newer additions to the city's ever-expanding roster of artists in resident like Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys, Alanna Royale, and Charli Adams...there's something for everyone on this one!#feelthegravityROUND TRIP – Nashville (Flight TD109)Oct 11, 2023Tracklist (st:rt)Part 1 (00:00)Allman Brothers Band – Ramblin' ManDolly Parton – JoleneBecca Mancari – Summertime MamaThe Black Keys – Mind EraserBriston Maroney – Freakin' Out On The InterstateBarbara Mandrell - Love Is Thin Ice Part 2 (31:55)Miley Cyrus - Used To Be YoungThe Civil Wars – Poison & WineKitty Wells - It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk AngelsRoy Acuff - The Wabash Cannonball Devon Gilfillian – The Good LifeTim McGraw - Highway Don't Care ft. Taylor Swift, Keith Urban Part 3 (62:12)Charli Adams – Heroes/DyingNoah Cyrus - JulyAlanna Royale – Fall In Love AgainKyshona Armstrong - Worried MindOkey Dokey – Wavy GravyChrome Pony – Ragged Child Part 4 (94:21)Taylor Swift - Blank SpaceNite Tides – Your WindowBlake Shelton- FootlooseBilly Ray Cyrus - Achy Breaky HeartAseul – 모래성 SandcastlesThe Poles (더폴스) – Find me!
Best Selling Author, Alan Paul joins us to not only talk about The Allman Brothers and the biggest outdoor show ever... (26:55) But we also talk the whacky characters whom made up the the 1979 "We are Family" Pittsburgh Pirates...Including a scandalous story about their mascot! & the time a Hall of Famer came to watch his little league game… (49:40)A Out of control trivia game featuring, "The Allman Brothers", "Sister Sledge", The Doobie Brothers", & "Twisted Sister".... Alanpaul.net. send us a voicemail at https://. www.speakpipe.com/The70sVsThe80s --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mike-munzen/message
This week we have a world famous musician, Mr. Chuck Leavell. While he's been the keyboardist for The Rolling Stones for 40 years and now the musical director, he was also with the Allman Brothers in their heydays in the 70's. There are too many more musical accolades to list. You may be wondering why we had him as a guest? Let us tell you – Chuck has a diverse chunk of land in central Georgia that he manages for wildlife, but he is also a vocal advocate for trees and sustainable forestry and has also authored several books on the subject. He has received numerous related awards including the National Tree Farmer of the year, and believe us, he is well versed when discussing the importance of trees and their management. It has been Dudley's goal to have him on after watching the numerous PBS shows and the documentary “Chuck Leavell: The Tree Man.” It's refreshing. Listen, Learn and Enjoy!Show Notes: (1) Chuck Leavell: The Tree Man - chuckleavellthetreeman.com Support the showStay connected with GameKeepers: Instagram: @mossyoakgamekeepers Facebook: @GameKeepers Twitter: @MOGameKeepers YouTube: @MossyOakGameKeepers Website: https://mossyoakgamekeeper.com/ Subscribe to Gamekeepers Magazine: https://bit.ly/GK_Magazine Buy a Single Issue of Gamekeepers Magazine: https://bit.ly/GK_Single_Issue Join our Newsletters: Field Notes - https://bit.ly/GKField_Notes | The Branch - https://bit.ly/the_branch Have a question for us or a podcast idea? Email us at email@example.com
Dylan Adams is an immensely talented guitarist based out of Jacksonville, FL who has developed a rabid following on Instagram and YouTube for his virtuosic slide guitar playing and phrasing. He's also one of the nicest people I've talked to on the podcast and I really enjoyed getting to know him and his story! Hope y'all enjoy this episode as much as I did!Find Dylan Adams on:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dylanadamsguitar/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEQWOzx3JDV65lGMrtonBrgNEW PARTNERSHIP! I've partnered with TourGear Designs to get you 10% off the best patch cables in the game! You can use my affiliate link (https://www.tourgeardesigns.com/discount/40WATT) or just use the code 40WATT at checkout to get 10% off your order! If you want to save even more, Patreon supporters of the show get 20% OFF! Check out my post over on my patreon page for more information!Support the show at: https://www.patreon.com/40wattpodcast/Find guitar lessons on TrueFire (remember to use code 40WATT): https://bit.ly/3t0v1ZdFind all of the podcast links at:https://www.linktr.ee/40wattpodcasthttps://www.40wattpodcast.com/40 Watt Merchandise: https://40-watt-merch.creator-spring.com/Reverb Affiliate link: https://reverb.grsm.io/phillipcarter5480StringJoy Affiliate link: https://stringjoy.com/partner/fortywatt/Subscribe to the channel and give a like – also find us in audio format wherever you listen to podcasts and leave us a review and share us with your friends.Support the show
Paulie Mac & Shannon Koehler of the Stone Foxes enjoy a conversation with Jeff Faust, bassist for Allman Brothers tribute band Freestone Peaches. The guys also honor the legacy of The Band guitarist Robbie Robertson and discuss the latest rumblings from Niner training campSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Paulie Mac & Shannon Koehler of the Stone Foxes enjoy a conversation with Jeff Faust, bassist for Allman Brothers tribute band Freestone Peaches. The guys also honor the legacy of The Band guitarist Robbie Robertson and discuss the latest rumblings from Niner training campSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Funky bluesy riffs—a Southern pace out of a New York base! The Gold Magnolias talk with Lisa Champeau about how their dream to make music became a “golden” reality. Based in Brooklyn, Daniel Foose, Hudson Mueller, Evan Felts, Ryan Anselmi and Jeff Barton evoke jam-band sounds reminiscent of the Alabama Shakes and Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats. Their melodies pay homage to their musical heroes, including Willie Nelson, the Allman Brothers and Stevie Wonder. This interview first aired in June of 2021. The band performs live on the Harmony in the Woods stage in Hawley, Pennsylvania on August 19th, 2023. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Founded in 1959 by Inez Hill and Louise Hudson, otherwise known as Mama Hill and Mama Louise, H&H Restaurant in Macon, GA is a Southern institution. In the 70s, Macon was home to the newly minted Capricorn Records, and H&H fed many of the musicians coming through the town, though it is most famous for its founders' unique friendship with the Allman Brothers Band, where the story goes if the band was high they had to come in through the kitchen door. That friendship took Mama Louise on quite a ride that included a seat on the Allman Brothers tour bus in 1972 and lifelong friendships with Gregg and the rest of the band. After Mama Hill died, H&H was closed for a little while, but in 2014, the Moonhanger Group reopened the historic restaurant in cooperation with Mama Louise, and soon after Tangie Myers and Kayla Price joined the restaurant to keep its legacy alive with crispy fried chicken, fluffy biscuits, and all the collards they could cook. H&H was named one of the top five meat-and-three joints by the Wall Street Journal in 2016, and the small place is not only filled with people six days a week, but it's also decorated with photos and concert posters of some of the musicians the restaurant has served through the years.
Thank you for being part of the conversation. This is Play It Forward. Real people. Real stories. The struggle to Play It Forward Episode 581 With Alan Paul Author Of Brothers And Sisters New York Times bestselling author Alan Paul's in-depth narrative look at the Allman Brothers' most successful album, and a portrait of an era in rock and roll and American history. The Allman Brothers Band's Brothers and Sisters was not only the band's bestselling album, at over seven million copies sold, but it was also a powerfully influential release, both musically and culturally, one whose influence continues to be profoundly felt.
With the band now on a well deserved break, we are back to recap everything that happened from Camden all the way down to West Palm Beach. Tour debuts, special guests, and unique versions of classic songs dominated this 6 show stretch and we had a lot to say about it all. Cheers!
NEW FOR AUGUST 1, 2023 Tick, tick, tick . . . Molten Planet - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 465 1. America The Beautiful (live) - Tony Bennett 2. I Won't Back Down (live) - Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers 3. Wicked Games (unplugged) - Chris Isaak 4. Razor Face (early) - Elton John 6. Half A Person - The Smiths 7. Soulshine (live) - Warren Haynes 8. Almost Cut My Hair (live) - The Allman Brothers w/ David Crosby and Graham Nash 9. Jerusalem (live) - Sinead O'Connor 10. Both Sides Now (live) - Joni Mitchell 11. High (live) - The Cure 12. Caught In My Shadow - The Wonderstuff 13. Hallelujah (alt) - Happy Mondays 14. Too Nice To Talk To (live) - English Beat 15. War / No More Trouble (live) - Bob Marley and The Wailers 16. Dream - Matt Tiegler 17. Everydays - Buffalo Springfield 18. While My Guitar Gently Weeps (live) - Peter Frampton w/ Eric Clapton 19. Stormy Monday (live) - Cream 20. Crossroads (live) - Derek and The Dominos 21. Blues Power (live) - Albert King 22. What's The Use Of Getting Sober / Jumpin' Jive (live) - Joe Jackson 23. The Load Out / Stay (live) - Jackson Browne and David Lindley The Best Radio You Have Never Heard. Still cool after all these years. Accept No Substitute. Click to join the conversation on the Facebook page.
The Allman Brothers Band's Brothers and Sisters was not only the band's bestselling album, at over seven million copies sold, but it was also a powerfully influential release, both musically and culturally, one whose influence continues to be profoundly felt. Celebrating the album's fiftieth anniversary, Brothers and Sisters the book delves into the making of the album, while also presenting a broader cultural history of the era, based on first-person interviews, historical documents, and in-depth research. Brothers and Sisters traces the making of the template-shaping record alongside the stories of how the Allman Brothers came to the rescue of a flailing Jimmy Carter presidential campaign and helped get the former governor of Georgia elected president; how Gregg Allman's marriage to Cher was an early harbinger of an emerging celebrity media culture; and how the band's success led to internal fissures. The book also examines the Allman Brothers' relationship with the Grateful Dead-including the most in-depth reporting ever on the Summer Jam at Watkins Glen, the largest rock festival ever-and describes how they inspired bands like Lynyrd Skynyrd, helping create the southern rock genre. With exclusive access to hundreds of hours of never-before-heard interviews with every major player, including Dickey Betts and Gregg Allman, conducted by Allman Brothers Band archivist, photographer, and "Tour Mystic" Kirk West, Brothers and Sisters is an honest assessment of the band's career, history, and highs and lows.
This next guest is the lead singer of the electrifying southern rock/outlaw country band; Tennessee Outlaw Country. This uniquely dynamic group is comprised of 5 members. True to their name, they are known for their deep rich soulful country vocals & amped-up guitars that is reminiscent of their 70's heroes from Waylon & Willie, Hank Williams Jr, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Allman Brothers & Marshall Tucker. Let's welcome Matt Westin from Tennessee Outlaw Country! Tennessee Outlaw CountryLinks Website: https://tennesseeoutlawcountry.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tennesseeoutlaw Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tennessee_outlaw_country/ Crazy Train Radio Facebook: www.facebook.com/realctradio Instagram: @crazytrainradio Twitter: @realctradio Website: crazytrainradio.us YouTube: www.youtube.com/crazytrainradio --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/crazytrainradio/support
This Week On America's Podcast. Eric RMCP Jordon from "Rock All Over You Podcast" and Andy Rodriguez from "Blackspinner Circle"Joins Us. In this podcast episode, we'll be reviewing ZZ Top's album 'El Loco' and discussing whether it's a good or bad album overall. We'll be taking a deep dive into each track and highlighting what we think are the strengths and weaknesses of this album. We'll be discussing the band's unique blend of blues, rock and country influences, and debating whether this album stands up to the high standards set by ZZ Top's previous releases. We'll listen closely to tracks such as 'Tube Snake Boogie', 'Leila', and the iconic 'Pearl Necklace' and talk about what makes them great. By the end of the podcast, we'll offer our final verdict on 'El Loco'. Is it a masterful piece of work that represents ZZ Top's musical genius, or does it fall short of expectations? You'll have to tune in to find out! Whether you're a die-hard ZZ Top fan or just a lover of great music, this is an episode you won't want to miss. Tracks of the Week Eric "Say Anything" by X Japan, Jerry "Melissa" by The Allman Brothers, Andy "Hush" by Deep Purple, Marc "Hard To Be' by The Vaughn Brothers and Charles "Shake Your Money Maker" by Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac. Until Next Week Make Sure don't listen to this episode driving or handling heavy machinery this episode might make you drunk!! #ZZTOP #TEXAS #ROCKNROLL #freeformrocknation #americaspodcast
New York Times best-selling author Alan Paul is this episode's guest to talk about his new book Brothers and Sisters: The Allman Brothers Band and the Inside Story of the Album That Defined the ‘70s. Brothers and Sisters is the Allman Brothers Band's most successful album, selling over seven million copies. Its influence, both musically and culturally, continues to be felt today. I ask Alan about what's in the book, including his personal interviews with members of the band and the previously unheard interviews conducted by Allman Brothers Band archivist, photographer, and “Tour Mystic” Kirk West. We also get into the backstories to Allman Bros. classics like "Ramlin' Man", "Southbound", and "Jessica". Alan also reveals how the Allman Brothers came to the aid of Jimmy Carter's failing presidential campaign, contributing to his election. Plus, we get into how Brothers and Sisters caused rifts within the band; and how their work inspired a new Southern rock genre. Alan is also the author of the phenomenal 2014 book One Way Out: The Inside History of the Allman Brothers Band. It was the product of 25 years of reporting on the band, and was hailed by Rolling Stone as a "thorough account" and by Guitar World as "definitive". You don't wanna miss this interview!Purchase a copy of Brothers and Sisters: The Allman Brothers Band and the Inside Story of the Album That Defined the ‘70s through St. Martin's Press HERE Purchase a copy of Alan Paul's 2014 book One Way Out: The Inside History of the Allman Brothers Band HEREListen to all of The Allman Brothers Band Brothers and Sisters (Super Deluxe Version) HERE Listen to all of The Allman Brothers Band Wipe the Windows, Check the Oil, Dollar Gas HEREFollow Alan Paul on:FacebookTwitter InstagramVisit Alan Paul's official website HEREVisit the Booked On Rock Website HEREWatch exclusive video segments from the Booked On Rock podcast HEREFollow The Booked On Rock with Eric Senich:FACEBOOKTWITTERINSTAGRAMTIKTOKSupport Your Local Bookstore! Find your nearest independent bookstore HEREContact The Booked On Rock Podcast: firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Booked On Rock Music: “Whoosh” by Crowander / “Last Train North” & “No Mercy” by TrackTribe
"With the help of God and true friends, I come to realize / I still had two strong legs and even wings to fly." Those are among some of the first lines of the first song ("Ain't Wastin' Time No More") from "Eat a Peach," the double album by the Allman Brothers Band, which was released in early 1972. The lines and the song -- heck, SEVERAL of the songs -- underscore a lot of what the Allman Brothers were all about throughout their career -- but perhaps never more so than at this point. They were a brotherhood -- but one that was shattered by the 1971 death of leader Duane Allman in a motorcycle accident in Macon, Ga. But the band soldiered on, finishing an album of Allman classics like "Blue Sky" and "Melissa" (which Gregg Allman performed at his big brother's funeral). "Eat a Peach" also showcases the Allman Brothers' true magic: on stage. Live versions of "One Way Out," "Trouble No More" and the epic (33+ minutes long!) "Mountain Jam" give us still today a taste of why they were considered one of the best live bands of all time. Tragedy and loss would continue to follow the Allman Brothers, yet they found a way through it. "Bearing sorrow, having fun" as Gregg sings on "Melissa." Sounds about right.
This week Brian and Jason discuss upcoming concerts. Next the guys chat about highly influencial southern rock bands. Then the guys welcome their guest, author Alan Paul to talk about his forthcoming book, Brothers And Sisters The Allman Brothers Band And The Inside Story of the Album That Defined The '70s. Alan also chats with the boys about becoming an author, his work with Guitar World along side his good friend Andy Aledort, playing guitar with Andy in the Allman Brothers tribute band The Brothers, and so much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Steve Katz has had a fascinating career. From his earliest days hanging out in Greenwich Village, to touring the world with Blood, Sweat and Tears, Steve has seen a lot.We talked with Steve about his career, the new documentary on the band and his wonderful memoir. (Our giveaway of Alan Paul's new book on the Allman Brothers, "Brothers & Sisters" is still going... Email us to enter!)For more information, check out Steve's website, and for the film, check out their site to find out when the film is screening near you.
Dead Heads Alex and Dave discuss the Grateful Dead's longest ever show, featuring sit ins from the Allman Brothers band, from 6/10/73 at RFK Stadium!This is the band's newest official release, now available wherever you stream music. To celebrate the occasion, Zach Cropper--host of Rock Talk with Dr. Cropper--joined us to draft our favorite songs from this super-sized show, which Rolling Stone described at the time as, "far less a concert than an event." Get on the bus with Workingman's Pod!Links:Follow Rock Talk with Dr. Cropper wherever you listen to podcasts!Deadessays monumental piece on The Dead and The Allmans - https://deadessays.blogspot.com/2019/01/the-dead-and-allmans.htmlDeadessays on “The Proto-Solomon Jam” - http://deadessays.blogspot.com/2018/06/the-proto-solomon-jazz-jam.htmlGrateful Seconds talkin' 6/10/73 - http://www.gratefulseconds.com/2017/04/rfk-1973-certified-killer.htmlAll samples come from Monte Barry's excellent AUD, available at https://archive.org/details/gd1973-06-10.fob.barry.90351.flac16/gd73-06-10d2t03.flacFollow us on social media! @workingmanspod on Twitter and @workingmans_pod on Instagram
This week we offer an episode from our sister show, Rock n Roll Grad School. And if that isn't enough, we're giving away copies of the book! Listen to the episode for more information!The early 1970s was an incredibly difficult time for one of the most popular bands of the decade. With two long time members having died within almost a year of each other, The Allman Brothers Band regrouped and recorded one of the biggest album of their career.We talked with Alan Paul about his new book, "Brothers and Sisters- The Allman Brothers Band and the Inside Story of the Album that Defined the 70s." It's a great look at the era, even if you don't think you're an Allman fan, you'll love it.For more information, check out Alan's website, or follow him on Facebook.
The early 1970s was an incredibly difficult time for one of the most popular bands of the decade. With two long time members having died within almost a year of each other, The Allman Brothers Band regrouped and recorded one of the biggest album of their career.We talked with Alan Paul about his new book, "Brothers and Sisters- The Allman Brothers Band and the Inside Story of the Album that Defined the 70s." It's a great look at the era, even if you don't think you're an Allman fan, you'll love it.For more information, check out Alan's website, or follow him on Facebook.We're also giving away copies of the book. Listen for your chance to win.
The Allman Brothers' 1971 album At Fillmore East features one of the era's great rock bands at its prime, selling over a million copies despite not producing a single “hit” song. It is also the last album produced by the Allman Brothers prior to the death of the band's founder, Duane Allman. In this episode we speak with Bob Beatty, whose new book Play All Night!: Duane Allman and the Journey to Fillmore East, tells the story behind the creation of the album and how the Allman Brothers pioneered a style that continues to influence rock music today. Dr. Bob Beatty is a historian and musician who has worked in museums and nonprofits for more than 25 years. You can follow him on twitter and Instagram at @longlivetheabb. This episode was edited by Ben Sawyer.
Danny Goldberg is the President of Gold Village Entertainment and has worked in the music business as a personal manager, record company president, public relations man, and journalist since the late 1960s. He has written multiple books and he began his career as a journalist having written for Rolling Stone, The Village Voice, and Billboard Magazine among others. From 1983 to 1992 he was the founder and president of Gold Mountain Entertainment, an artist management firm whose clients included: Nirvana, Sonic Youth, Bonnie Raitt, The Allman Brothers, and Rickie Lee Jones to name a few. Earlier in his career, he formed and co-owned Modern Records, which released Stevie Nicks's solo albums, including her number-one album “Bella Donna. Prior to that he was Vice President of Led Zeppelin's Swan Song Records and worked with the band from 1973-1975. *****Thank you so much for listening to the TAKIN' A WALK PODCAST SHOW hosted by Buzz Knight! Listen to more honest conversations with a compelling mix of guests ranging from musicians, authors, and insiders with their own stories. Get inspired, get motivated, and gain insights from honest conversations every week that can help you with your own journey. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and be part of this blessed family. Website: https://takinawalk.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/thebuzzknight LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/buzzknight Linkfire: https://lnk.to/takinawalk Please consider subscribing, leaving a review, and sharing it with your friends and family! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Danny Goldberg is the President of Gold Village Entertainment and has worked in the music business as a personal manager, record company president, public relations man, and journalist since the late 1960s. He has written multiple books and he began his career as a journalist having written for Rolling Stone, The Village Voice, and Billboard Magazine among others. From 1983 to 1992 he was the founder and president of Gold Mountain Entertainment, an artist management firm whose clients included: Nirvana, Sonic Youth, Bonnie Raitt, The Allman Brothers, and Rickie Lee Jones to name a few. Earlier in his career, he formed and co-owned Modern Records, which released Stevie Nicks's solo albums, including her number-one album “Bella Donna. Prior to that he was Vice President of Led Zeppelin's Swan Song Records and worked with the band from 1973-1975. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Maestro Warren Haynes invited PG's John Bohlinger to Nashville's historic Ryman Auditorium, where they hang out after Gov't Mule's soundcheck and take a tour through his live rig. This Gibson-heavy collection has been a 40-year-work in progress for the guitarist, who has spent his career playing with David Allan Coe, Dickey Betts, The Allman Brothers, The Dead, leading Gov't Mule, and much, much more.New Gov't Mule Album Peace...Like A River out 6/16.Brought to you by D'Addario XS Strings.Mentioned in this episode:Shred With ShiftyDid you ever wonder how the most epic guitar solos of our time were crafted? Let Chris Shiflett of the Foo Fighters be your tour guide and listen in as he breaks down legendary guitar solos with the artists themselves. Click below to subscribe to the podcast! Full Video Episodes: http://volume.com/shifty Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/id1690423642 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4B8BSR0l78qwUKJ5gOGIWb Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/shred-with-shifty iHeart: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-shred-with-shifty-116270551/ Pandora: https://www.pandora.com/podcast/shred-with-shifty/PC:1001071314
June 11, 20231. Johnny Adams / My Baby's Quit Me2. Jimmy Smith (feat Keb Mo) / Over and Over3. Jay McShan / Confessin' the Blues 4. Louis Jordan / Jack, You're Dead 5. Larry McCray / Down to the Bottom 6. Bernard Allison / Standing on the Edge of Love 7. B.B. King w/The Rolling Stones / Paying the Cost to Be the Boss8. Buddy Guy w/ Jonny Lang / Midnight Train 9. Allman Brothers / Whipping Post 10. Molly Hatchet / Melissa 11. Marcus King / Say You Will 12. Gov't Mule / Dreaming Out Loud (w/ Ivan Neville, Ruthie Foster) 13. Black Crowes / Papa Was a Rolling Stone14. Joan Osbourne / What Becomes the Broken Hearted15. Corrine Bailey Rae & John Legend / Mercy, Mercy Me16. Roberta Flack / What's Going On
The Doc invites the terrific Duane Betts on the show! The two talk about Willie the dog, starting out touring with the Allman Brothers, listening to Smashing Pumpkins and Testament, working on the new album, recording at Derek Trucks studio, touring in Florida and much much more! Monologue (summer vacations): 0:00:19 Birthday Suit 1: 18:00 Ripped from the Headlines: 22:53 Duane Betts - Waiting on a Song: 34:10 Shoutouts: 40:13 Leftover Headlines: 45:15 Birthday Suit 2: 49:23 Duane Betts Interview: 54:13 Duane Betts - Staring at the Sun: 1:39:35 The Mike C Top 3: 1:46:54 Birthday Suit 3: 1:58:36
This week Brian and Jason talk more upcoming concerts. They go on to discuss the influence that both The Allman Brothers, and Lynyrd Skynyrd both have on so many bands. Next the guys welcome their guest, Robert Jon from Robert Jon And The Wreck. Jon talks to the boys about the start of the band, band chemistry, touring, song writing, some gear talk, and what the best cheese is for nachos. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
There's no mistaking Austin band the Ransom Brothers' major musical influence; those slide and twinned guitar riffs, fierce fiddle solos and bluesy, soul-infused melodies pay proud homage to the Allman Brothers, Marshall Tucker Band and other '70s Southern rockers, though the band also pledges allegiance to red dirt, outlaw and outlier country, jam bands.But it's definitely their own musical chops and songwriting skills on display in each track of their debut album, Resurgence.“Our goal has always been to be ourselves and write and play what inspires us,” says lead singer and guitarist Sean McHargue, who formed the band with fellow Texas State University graduate Daniel “Sal” Solis (guitars, mandolin). They were a duo when they came up with the name, inspired by Jimmy Stewart's character in The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, but have since added bassist Phil Eckhardt, drummer Aaron English, fiddler John Thomas and keyboardist James Rodman.“We all have our own styles and nobody tells anyone what to do; we just throw shit in the wok and see if it comes out crispy. It usually does,” says Solis.But the blend of past and present on Resurgence is intended to serve as more than the band's calling card: They also hope to reinvigorate some musical corners that have gone little stale.www.TheRansomBrothers.comwww.thetroutshow.comThanks for listening for more information or to listen to other podcasts or watch YouTube videos click on this link >https://thetroutshow.com/
The Dynamic Duo of Eric Krasno and Stanton Moore, both Grammy winning artists, have finally joined forces with an album and a tour, and have come to Roadcase to talk about it all. Both Krasno and Moore are highly-respected giants in the industry. Krasno is a founding member of Lettuce and Soulive while Stanton is a founding member of Galactic and Garage-a-Trois, and now they have produced an album together as Krasno/Moore Project (KMP), entitled Book of Queens, honoring women in music by covering the works of female artists such as Kacey Musgraves, H.E.R., Brittany Howard, Sharon Jones and Aretha Franklin, to name just a few. They've also taken KMP on the road, as an organ trio with the immensely talented organist, Eric Finland. Stanton and Krasno both possess a lifelong treasure trove of experience to share with Roadcase listeners and are both super-engaging and equally excited about this latest venture. We talk about their live show and performance, their respective career development and how there is no end to the learning process, both professionally and personally. It's a magical and intriguing interview with these two stalwarts of the live performance world. So please come on along for this amazing conversation with Eric Krasno and Stanton Moore this week on Roadcase!!For more information on Roadcase: https://linktr.ee/roadcasepod and https://www.roadcasepod.comContact: email@example.comRoadcase theme music: "Eugene (Instrumental)" by Waltzer