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"Sounds of '91: Jerry Garcia Band Live and Marijuana News Unveiled"Larry Mishkin focuses on Jerry Garcia music and breaking stories related to marijuana. He introduces a Jerry Garcia Band performance from November 15, 1991, at Madison Square Garden and delves into the details of the songs performed, particularly highlighting "How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You" and a cover of Bob Dylan's "Simple Twist of Fate." Amidst the music commentary, Larry also addresses significant marijuana-related news, emphasizing recent studies suggesting a potential connection between marijuana use and heart issues. He, however, points out limitations in the studies and emphasizes the need for a more comprehensive examination of the subject..Produced by PodConx Deadhead Cannabis Show - https://podconx.com/podcasts/deadhead-cannabis-showLarry Mishkin - https://podconx.com/guests/larry-mishkinRob Hunt - https://podconx.com/guests/rob-huntJay Blakesberg - https://podconx.com/guests/jay-blakesbergSound Designed by Jamie Humiston - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamie-humiston-91718b1b3/Recorded on Squadcast Jerry Garcia BandNovember 15, 1991MSGNY, NYJerry Garcia Band 1991-11-15 FOB Schoeps Brotman Metchick Anon Noel t-flac1648 : Joe Noel : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive INTRO: How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You Track No. 2 0:00 – 1:30 How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)" is a song recorded by American soul singer Marvin Gaye from his fifth studio album of the same name (1965). It was written in 1964 by the Motown songwriting team of Holland–Dozier–Holland, and produced by Brian Holland and Lamont Dozier. The song title was inspired by one of the actor and comedian Jackie Gleason's signature phrases, "How Sweet It Is!" Released on Nov. 4, 1964 with Forever on the B-side. Cash Box described it as "a medium-paced, rollicking chorus-backed ode about a fella who's on top of the world since he met up with Miss Right."AllMusic critic Jason Ankeny described the song as a "radiant pop confection," noting that it was unusual for Gaye in being a "straightforward love song" that doesn't reflect Gaye's usual demons. Ankeny commented on the soulfulness of the song, and particularly noted the piano riff. James Taylor released his version of "How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)" as the lead single from his album Gorilla (1975).Taylor's 1975 single has been the most successful remake of the song to date, hitting number one on the Easy Listening chart and number five on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. Long a staple of the JGB's set lists, First played on September 18, 1975 a Sophie's in Palo AltoLast played on April 23, 1995 at the Warfield Theater in S.F.Total played 373 times, by far the JGB's most played tune (Midnight Moonlight is 2d at 344) Usually a show opener. There are three Dead shows on Nov. 13 and six JGB shows. Of those six, none are available on Archivd.org. So I am dong a JGB show two days later on Nov. 15, 1991 from MSG. The standard JGB lineup for that time: Jerry Garcia; guitar, vocals- John Kahn; bass- Melvin Seals; keyboards- David Kemper; drums- Jaclyn LaBranch; backing vocals- Gloria Jones; backing vocals Great musicians, great vocals, its 1991, but Jerry is rocking. A fun night with Blues Traveler as the opening act. This show was released as Garcia Live Vol. 16 SHOW #1: Simple Twist of Fate Track No. 5 3:00 – 4:40 In 1975, Bob Dylan released his album Blood on the Tracks, which included the song “Simple Twist of Fate.” The song is a haunting ballad about a failed relationship, and many fans have speculated about who Dylan wrote it about. While Dylan has never confirmed the identity of the song's subject, many believe that he wrote it about his former girlfriend, Joan Baez. Bob Dylan's message is one of hope and change. He speaks of a world that is better than the one we currently live in and urges people to work together to make it a reality. He also advocates for peace and love, and has said that these are the only things that can truly change the world. Always a big fan of Dylan, Garcia played this song 217 times, the first on July 4, 1976 at the Great American Music Hall in S.F. and the last on April 23, 1995 at the Warfield in S.F. If you are wondering why that April 23, 1995 dates keeps popping up, that was the last JGB show. SHOW #2: Lay Down Sally Track No. 6 1:40 – 3:15 "Lay Down Sally" is a song performed by Eric Clapton, and written by Clapton, Marcy Levy, and George Terry. It appeared on his November 1977 album Slowhand, and reached No. 3 on the BillboardHot 100 chart. It was released as a single with Cocaine on the B-side, quite the heavy hitting release. It was the song of the summer of 1978 and always one of Slow Hand's favorite songs. "Lay Down Sally" is a country blues song performed in the style of J. J. Cale. Clapton explained, "It's as close as I can get, being English, but the band being a Tulsa band, they play like that naturally. You couldn't get them to do an English rock sound, no way. Their idea of a driving beat isn't being loud or anything. It's subtle."Billboard magazine described Clapton's vocal as "low key but earthy" and also praised Marcy Levy's backing vocals.Cash Box praised Clapton's "guitar finesse."JGB covered the tune 54 timesFirst: November 20, 1990 Warfield, SFLast: March 4, 1995 Warfield, SF Gets a great crowd reaction and Jerry loves jamming on Clapton tunes. Link to picture of Garcia and Clapton from back in the day: Jerry Garcia & Eric Clapton Pose | Grateful Dead Clapton interviewed on the Dead in 1968:Have you heard the Grateful Dead record?A: “Yeah, it's great.” Peter Townshend said he saw the Dead at the Pop Festival, and called them “one of the original ropeys.” A: “Ropey! That means a drag. I don't think the quality of their music is as high as a lot of other good recording bands. People are more concerned with live music, maybe, than with recording. I'm not sure of that. I'm guessing. If the Grateful Dead are one of the best, they're not doing a very good job on record.”What do you think of the guitar playing? Jerry Garcia's synthesis of blues, jazz and country and western, with a little jug band thrown in?A: “It's very good, and very tight, but it's not really my bag.” SHOW #3: Deal Track No. 9 2:46 – 4:15 Finally, a Garcia tune! And one of his best.One of the Grateful Dead's live staples, and many gambling songs is the Robert Hunter and Jerry Garcia collaboration, “Deal”. First performed on February 19th, 1971, the song was in regular rotation until the end, both for the Dead and the Jerry Garcia Band.“Deal” saw studio release as the opening track to Jerry Garcia's 1972 debut solo album, Garcia, which also contained several other classic Grateful Dead live songs including “Sugaree”, “Bird Song”, “Loser”, and “The Wheel”. It's also worth noting that the classic folk song, “Don't Let Your Deal Go Down”, first recorded in 1925 by Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers contains many similarities to the Grateful Dead song. Hunter was known to pull references from a wide variety of sources in his songwriting, and it is highly likely he was familiar with the tune. JGB played it 291 times in concert. First on March 4, 1978 at the Keystone in Palo Alto, CALast time on April 23, 1995 at the Warfield Grateful Dead played it 422 timesFirst on Feb. 19, 1971 at the Capitol Theater in Port Chester, NYLast on June 18, 1995 at Giant's Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ.Longest absence from the rotation was 29 shows from Oct. 2, 1988 at Shoreline in lovely Mountain View, CA and then not again until April 11, 1989 at the Rosemont Horizon in Rosemont, IL You had to be trying really hard, or just be really unlucky to never catch this tune during those days. I still say it is the best Garcia tune, great music, great tempo, Jerry loved to jam on this tune and his voice really made the song. Almost always a first set closer. SHOW #4: Ain't No Bread In The Breadbox Track No. 14 1:22 – 3:02 Written by Phillip Jackson (September 28, 1951 – October 30, 2009), best known as Norton Buffalo, was an American singer-songwriter, countryand blues harmonica player, record producer, bandleader and recording artist who was a versatile proponent of the harmonica, including chromatic and diatonic. In early 1976 Buffalo joined the "farewell" European tour of Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen, and was recorded on the band's final live album We've Got a Live One Here!, which included Buffalo's song "Eighteen Wheels." After the tour, Buffalo returned to California, briefly played with a number of local bands, and later in 1976 he joined the Steve Miller Band's Fly Like an Eagle Tour. He also played harmonica on the band's hit follow-up album Book of Dreams, released in May 1977. Buffalo appeared on the tracks "Winter Time" and "The Stake." By the late 1970s Buffalo had formed his own band, The Stampede, and recorded two Capitol Records albums: Lovin' in the Valley of the Moon and Desert Horizon. In 1977 his harmonica work appeared on Bonnie Raitt's Sweet Forgiveness and The Doobie Brothers' Livin' on the Fault Line albums. He was a member of the Mickey Hart band High Noon in the late 70s and early 80s with Merl Saunders, Mike Hinton, Jim McPhearson, Vicki Randle, and Bobby Vega, and played with Saunders on the Rainforest Band album It's in the Air in 1993. Ain't No Bread In The Breadbox was performed 65 times by the Jerry Garcia Band.First time on Nov. 6, 1991at the Cap Center in Landover, MD (just 9 days earlier but this was already the band's 7th performance of the tune. Jerry really liked it. The song was played by Phil Lesh with Norton Buffalo, Boz Scaggs and others in 2004. The song was also played by Billy & The Kids in 2021. OUTRO: What A Wonderful World Track No. 19 1:55 – 3:37 "What a Wonderful World" is a song written by Bob Thiele (as "George Douglas") and George David Weiss. It was first recorded by Louis Armstrong and released in 1967 as a single. In April 1968, it topped the pop chart in the United Kingdom, but performed poorly in the United States because Larry Newton, the president of ABC Records, disliked the song and refused to promote it.After it was heard in the film Good Morning, Vietnam, it was reissued as a single in 1988, and rose to number 32 on the Billboard Hot 100. Armstrong's recording was inducted to the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999.In Graham Nash's book Off the Record: Songwriters on Songwriting, George Weiss says he wrote the song specifically for Louis Armstrong, as he was inspired by Armstrong's ability to bring together people of different races. JGB played the song 12 times in concertFirst was on Nov. 6. 1991 at the Cap Centre in Maryland (again, just 9 days before this show, this was the band's 4th performance of the tuneLast Oct. 31, 1992 at Oakland Alameda County Colisium.Just in the rotation for one year.But who can't love Jerry channeling his inner Louis Armstrong and harmonizing the Jackie and Gloria. A great way to end a show and send everyone home with a smile and warm fuzzy feeling.A perfect night with Jerry. Mishkin Law, LLC500 Skokie Blvd.Suite 325Northbrook, IL 60062Cell: (847) 812-1298Office Direct: (847) email@example.com
"Suzanne takes you down to her place near the riverYou can hear the boats go byYou can spend the night beside herAnd you know that she's half crazyBut that's why you want to be thereAnd she feeds you tea and orangesThat come all the way from China"Please join me where the boats go by on the Saturday Edition of Whole 'Nuther Thing. Joining us are Gary Jules, John Mellencamp, Hall & Oates, James Brown, Badfinger, Joni Mitchell, Sly & The Family Stone, Maria Muldaur, Jefferson Airplane, Isaac Hayes, Loggins & Messina, The Righteous Brothers, Billy Joel, The Doobie Brothers, Stevie Wonder, Dire Straits, Harold melvin & The Blue Notes and Leonard Cohen.
Disclaimer: I do not own the rights to the music except for Miss Liz's Intro. This teatime is for educational purposes and not for financial gain. Opening the Discussion with global guests that impact lives, families and communities with their work services programs, books and missions. Morning teatime November 9th, 10 Am EST Joining Miss Liz for T-E-A is the veteran writer-director-producer John Callas coming to share his personal story on living in the ghetto with abuse and being a leading role in the Hollywood entertainment industry. His book “When The Rain Stops” Join us, and let's make a difference together. John CallasLIVE STREAMING TO MULTIPLE PLATFORMS AND PODCAST STATIONS AND APPS. Live show on Miss Liz's YouTube channel below. Please give it a quick subscription and be notified when teatime is live. https://youtube.com/@misslizsteatimes?si=Q-jDZyTLDlPaNDyiJohn Callas is a veteran writer/director/producer in the entertainment business. His experience ranges from the worldwide release of feature films to numerous motion picture trailers, national and international commercials, live-action title sequences, and a documentary shot on location in Russia, and he has been the Worldwide VP for The Walt Disney Company while working at a large post-production facility. John wrote and directed the feature film “No Solicitors” starring Eric Roberts and has adapted the NY Times bestselling book, “Lightning Strikes Twice.” John is a published author of SECRETS WHEN THE RAIN STOPS, CHRISTMAS VOICES, THE MYTH, NO SOLICITORS, AND FIRST TIME PARENTS SURVIVAL GUIDE TO UNNECESSARY AND WILD SPENDING. John's prowess can be seen on live-action teasers for Ransom, Dennis The Menace, Body Of Evidence, The Golden Child, Spaceballs, The Glass Menagerie, Cocoon II, Poltergeist III, Betrayed, My Girl, Glengarry Glen Ross, title sequences For The Two Jakes and A Few Good Men and a promotional film for an amusement ride from Showscan. John also directed an award-winning short film, THE WHITE GORILLA. John worked with notable actors, including Mel Gibson, Walter Matthau, Jack Nicholson, Madonna, Eddie Murphy, Howie Mandel, and Mel Brooks. In addition to working on feature film teasers, his work can be seen in projects for HBO, The Disney Channel, Show Time, the Broadway Play Phantom of The Opera, and the 1993 redesigned TRISTAR LOGO. John's extensive background also includes over 200 commercials for such clients as Kellogg's, Dodge, Sunkist, Sprite, Toyota, Fuji, Volkswagen, Honda, McDonald's, Mazda, Minolta, Jedi Merchandising, Kraft, Jordache, Sea World, Givenchy, and Sonassage with celebrity George Burns and industrial projects for Corporations including Vidal Sassoon, Salomon North America, Nissan and The Kao Corporation of Japan. John's television experience includes directing a 14-week series entitled Potentials, with guests Buckminster Fuller, Norman Cousins, Ray Bradbury, Gene Roddenberry, Timothy Leary, and others. He also ran 80 segments for Bobby's World, rated the #1 show on Fox 11 Television in its time slot, garnering John an Emmy nomination. A multi-faceted filmmaker, John's work can be seen in music videos for Glenn Frey Of The Eagles, Bill Wyman Of The Rolling Stones, Jefferson Starship, Sammy Hagar, Rick Springfield, Doobie Brothers, Styx, and more. John has been recognized with An EMMY nomination for Bobby's World, THE NEW YORK CRITICS CHOICE AWARD for Lone Wolf, BEST FEATURE at Fright Night Festival & BEST DIRECTOR at Scar A Con Festival for No Solicitors - Several awards for his short THE WHITE GORILLA, A CLIO and BELDING for his work on the Sunkist campaign, BEST OF THE WEST for directorial work on a one-woman show, and an MTV AWARD FOR BEST CONCEPT for Glen Frey's Smuggler's Blues.John holds a Master's Degree from Occidental College and is a member of The Directors Guild of America.www.Johncallas.com
It's our final episode of spooky season and we're discussing the new comic from Ahoy Comics: Cereal by Mark Russell and Peter Snejbjerg Does Jake need a countdown before we start recording? What happened to all of his weed? How do we feel about the Doobie Brothers? Are we a rock history podcast? What other kind of advice do we offer on the pod? Did Anthony and Jake meet Mark Russell at Comic Con? What other books from Ahoy Comics have we spoken about on the pod? What do we think about the art in the comic? Can this comic be described as Game of Thrones with cereal mascots? When was the first time we heard about this comic? Are we tossing batons on Comics and Chronic? What made this comic book so funny? Is one of the hosts of Comics and Chronic a killer? Did this comic make us want to eat a lot of cereal? What are our favorite cereals? Was the Cinnamon Toast Crunch chef in this comic? Was there a psychopathic Pillsbury Doughboy? Why was the Sugar Smacks frog burying dead bodies? How do Franken Berry and Boo Berry tie into the comic? How is Marquis de Cocoa like Count Chocula? Why were the Quaker Oats guy and Toucan Sam so fucked up in this comic? Does Cody want to use AI technology to bring back Gilbert Gottfried? Is AI Cody more enjoyable than regular Cody? Was Lady Cocoa a baddie? Who is Duc L'orange? How are the Cookie Crisp mascots used in Cereal? Does Tony the Tiger make an appearance? Does this comic do a good job of balancing comedy and drama? Is Snagglepuss Mark Russell's magnum opus? Did Jake like Second Coming? What makes Jake and Cody like Raisin Bran? How do we feel about Kix? As adults, do we eat a lot of cereal? Which cereal mascots would we be? Did Jake eat raw dog Rice Krispies? How did Snap, Crackle, and Pop appear in the comic? Is Captain Crunch a hardened sea captain? Who betrayed Franken Berry? How is General Post like a Lannister? Does the Leprechaun King have a crown that's like the Infinity Gauntlet? How will Cody die? What's Cody's special way of eating Lucky Charms? Is Anthony a psycho for the way he eats Reese's? Can we get Dennis Rodman on the podcast? Can Jake tell the difference between Gary Oldman and Gary Coleman? Who would Gary Oldman play in Cereal? Is Bram Stoker's Dracula the horniest Dracula movie? Is Cereal a horny book? Do Aunt Jemima and Uncle Ben make an appearance in Cereal? Which cereal had a wizard as a mascot? Is there a cereal box eye conspiracy? Is oat milk good with cereal? What kind of people use 2% milk? Does Cody like the taste of dick? Why did Anthony stop drinking oat milk? What's Cody's important medical advice about food storage? Why did Jake chug pancake mix? Who would win in a mascot deathmatch? Is Lucky the Leprechaun the Doctor Strange of the cereal universe? Would Count Chocula survive in the world of Killadelphia? Who takes over the throne at the end of the comic? Would Josh Gad make a good live-action Boo Berry? Can any 3 kids from Stranger Things play cereal mascots? Is Keanu Reeves a good actor or just a hot dude? Will he ever get nominated for an Oscar? Are we just casting Bram Stoker's Cereal? Are tigers the most vicious land animals on Earth (aside from Cody Cannon)? Is Cody the Kraven the Hunter of the Cereal universe? Do we want to see a volume 2 of Cereal? Does Cereal have Marvel 1602 and Black Hammer vibes? What are we doing with our Patreon money? Do our dark secrets have to get darker? Check out our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ComicsandChronic Check out our website: https://www.comicsandchronic.com/ New episodes every THURSDAY Follow us on social media! Instagram // Twitter // TikTok : @comicsnchronic YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC45vP6pBHZk9rZi_2X3VkzQ E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Cody Twitter: @Cody_Cannon Instagram: @walaka_cannon TikTok: @codywalakacannon Jake Instagram: @jakefhaha Anthony Instagram // Twitter // TikTok : @mrtonynacho YouTube: youtube.com/nachocomedy
Hello everyone and welcome to another edition of Interviewing the Legends I'm your host Ray Shasho. WORLD-FAMOUS GUITAR-MAKER PAUL REED SMITH AND HIS BAND EIGHTLOCK SET TO RELEASE NEW CD ENTITLED ‘LIONS ROARING IN QUICKSAND' BIO: Paul Reed Smith is an internationally known guitar maker, musician and guitar player. Those facts are brilliantly evidenced on the debut album from his Eightlock band, Lions Roaring in Quicksand, which releases December 1st on Steele Records, distributed by Amplified Distribution The first single, "Breathe," will be released digitally on Friday, November 10th. “This group of highly respected and world-renowned musicians have a lot to say musically and spiritually,” Paul Reed Smith says. “It's been an absolute joy to be the catalyst for their gifts resulting in the music found in Lions Roaring in Quicksand.” Added guitarist/vocalist Bill Nelson: “The musicianship in Eightlock is extraordinary, but what amazes me most is that the music - both the recordings and live performances - just keep getting better and better. Locking into an Eightlock groove is a dream." And dynamic lead singer Mia Samone Davis summed it up by saying, "Creating this CD reminded me that, ‘Peace is the price when the mind is at war'......inner peace is priceless." In addition to performing and recording with his own band, Paul Reed Smith has played with artists such as Santana, Alter Bridge and the Doobie Brothers. He was honored by Vintage Guitar Magazine as a Hall of Fame inductee in 2011. Paul has countless industry connections through all of the artists that endorse his guitars, plus invaluable marketing opportunities through his guitar company and all of the music stores around the world that sell his guitars. PLEASE WELCOME THE FOUNDER OF PRS THE WORLD'S THIRD LEADING ELECTRIC GUITAR MAKING COMPANY AND FOUNDING MEMBER/GUITARIST FOR EIGHTLOCK BAND PAUL REED SMITH TO INTERVIEWING THE LEGENDS … PURCHASE THE NEW ALBUM BY PAUL REED SMITH AND EIGHTLOCK BAND Entitled LIONS ROARING IN QUICKSAND Available at amazon.com FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT PAUL REED SMITH AND EIGHTLOCK BAND VISIT https://eightlockband.com/ Official website https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063641798882 Facebook https://twitter.com/PEightlock Twiiter https://www.instagram.com/eightlockband_official/ Instagram https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCv-7c7kNFEo0nfpvsim2Gsg You tube https://prsguitars.com/ PRS Guitars Support us on PayPal!
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for October 20, 2023 is: dubious DOO-bee-us adjective A dubious person lacks a definite opinion or is doubtful about something; this sense of the word is usually used with about. Dubious can also describe something that causes doubt, uncertainty, or suspicion. In phrases like “dubious honor” and “dubious distinction” it functions ironically to describe something bad or undesirable as if it were an honor or achievement. // I was dubious about the chances that our gamble would pay off. // Jesse made the dubious claim that he could eat a whole watermelon in one sitting; then we sat in awe and watched him do it. See the entry > Examples: “A professional thrift shopper claims that a rare assortment of VHS tapes could help people pay off their debt—and now her video is going viral. ... She goes on to cite such tapes as a 1983 VHS of ‘Rocky,' a 1986 VHS of ‘Back to the Future,' the first three ‘Chucky' movies and a first print VHS of ‘Star Wars'—all of which sold, she claims, for thousands of dollars in ‘legitimate' eBay sales. However, many TikTok commenters were dubious of these listings and their sales.” — Cassie Morris, InTheKnow.com, 8 Sept. 2023 Did you know? Pop music pop quiz—which musical act had a hit with the song “Ooby Dooby”: 1950s rock-and-roll legend Roy Orbison or 1970s soft rock groovers the Doobie Brothers? Perhaps you're dubious that the Doobies would do “Ooby Dooby.” Too obvious. On the other hand, Orbison may represent the more dubious choice if you're an “Ooby Dooby” newbie. Regardless of which way you waffle, however, we think you'll appreciate dubious as a word that does double duty, meaning both “uncertain or doubtful” (as in “dubious that the Doobies would do…”) and “giving rise to uncertainty as to outcome, quality, or nature” (as in “dubious choice”). And we know without a doubt that dubious comes from the Latin verb dubare, meaning “to hesitate in choice of opinions or courses,” which in turn shares roots with the Latin word duo, meaning “two.” Oh, and if you're still of two minds about our music quiz, the answer is Orbison.
Jason Peterson DeLaire (Michael Bolton) reveals his first concert memories to Dave by seeing the Doobie Brothers here in Minneapolis. Dave also chats with Jason about his career as a touring musician, starting with Richard Marx, Prince, Carmen Electra and for 20 years with Michael Bolton. This is the 15th episode of the MN Music History series.Sponsored by Aquarius Home Services (https://aquariushomeservices.com/), Star Bank (https://starbank.net), UCare (https://www.ucare.org/) Propane Association (https://www.propane.com) - and is recorded in the Aquarius Home Services Studio!Chanhassen Dinner Theater (https://chanhassendt.com)
Jason Peterson DeLaire (Michael Bolton) reveals his first concert memories to Dave by seeing the Doobie Brothers here in Minneapolis. Dave also chats with Jason about his career as a touring musician, starting with Richard Marx, Prince, Carmen Electra and for 20 years with Michael Bolton. This is the 15th episode of the MN Music History series.Sponsored by Aquarius Home Services (https://aquariushomeservices.com/), Star Bank (https://starbank.net), UCare (https://www.ucare.org/) Propane Association (https://www.propane.com) - and is recorded in the Aquarius Home Services Studio!Chanhassen Dinner Theater (https://chanhassendt.com)
Going to see the The Doobie Brothers? Get there on time. The new PepperX is almost 2x as hot as Carolina Reapers. How much are kids on Social Media? More #RandumbFacts Craig's going for a massage, the 'therapeutic' kind! Wink Wink
Hello again Racing Ears,Well it has been a long time since I have published an episode but I wanted to share that I now have a new piece of podcast cover art. I went to Fiverr and got to work with a brilliant artist named Claudia E. She came up with a great piece of podcast cover art for me and I really enjoy it a lot! Her link on Fiverr is here:https://www.fiverr.com/s/paAkwE@claudia_evansI got to go with Mr Producer to the Porsche Rennsport Reunion 7 at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca in Laguna Seca California. We both had a ball. We got to see famous racing Porsches, famous Porsche racing drivers, famous Porsche racing mechanics, and got to see the Doobie Brothers with Michael McDonald. We also got to say hello to a few guests that have been on the podcast as well. I have already posted a videos on The Racing Ear on YouTube but wanted to share some sounds that I recorded from this brilliant event. I want to thank you for listening and I look forward to be making more content in the near future. Thanks again and God Bless!! Support the showhttps://www.fiverr.com/s/paAkwE
Robert Margouleff is a Grammy Award-winning record producer, sound engineer, and electronic music pioneer who might be best known for his work with Stevie Wonder in the early '70s on a string of award-winning albums, like Music of My Mind, Talking Book, Innervisions, and Fulfillingness's First Finale. In 1980, Margouleff produced DEVO's Freedom of Choice album which included Whip It. Robert has spent time in the studio producing and engineering for Quincy Jones, Jeff Beck, the Doobie Brothers, Depeche Mode, Oingo Boingo, DEVO, and the list goes on and on. He was a colleague and friend of synthesizer inventor Robert Moog, and was also an early creative resource for Andy Warhol's "factory" and co-producer of the cult classic film “Ciao! Manhattan” in 1972.
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
Adam talks with English actor and writer Daisy May Cooper about the supernatural, Daisy's memories of watching the Adam and Joe Show, art school and drama school, therapy, social media, what we're like to be in a relationship with, how the children of billionaires get screwed up, why being famous isn't what Daisy imagined, the secrets of TV sex scenes and what always cheers Daisy up.And in today's outro, a couple of messages from listeners responding to comments made in the last podcast with Louis Theroux about recycling and spontaneous human combustion.CONTAINS STRONG LANGUAGE This conversation was recorded face to face in London on September 1st, 2023Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and conversation editing.Podcast artwork by Helen GreenRELATED LINKSTALES OF THE UNEXPECTED - BLUE MARIGOLD (with Toyah Wilcox) - 1982 (DAILYMOTION)ANOTHER PARK ANOTHER SUNDAY by The Doobie Brothers - 1974 (YOUTUBE)ANNE-MARIE SOULSBY - Sustainable Life Coach (LINKED IN PROFILE) Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On October 4th, “The Foundry Sings!” will return to the Miners Foundry. It's a community sing-along event, and during this iteration, attendees will learn and perform “Listen To The Music” by the Doobie Brothers. KVMR News Director Cláudio Mendonça speaks with Pamela Meek, the event's creator, to learn more about the event and what inspired it.
Formed in 1974 in Boulder, Colorado, Firefall had several big hits on AM radio in the 1970's with “You Are the Woman,” “Just Remember I Love You,” and “Strange Way,” but also were known for their excellent musicianship, which got them played on FM radio, with tracks like "Cinderella," and "Mexico." The band's latest project, Friends and Family, puts a unique twist on the tribute album. Firefall's former and current members have played with many other bands over the years - so you get songs by the Byrds, Spirit, Heart and the Flying Burrito Brothers. They also tackle songs by bands that they toured with, like the Doobie Brothers and Poco. Ultimately, these versions were recorded with the idea of adding something different to the arrangements, turning these familiar tunes into Firefall classics. We talk again to founding member, Jock Bartley, about the care that went into choosing each song and why they were chosen. He also reveals that a Friends and Family 2 is already in the works.
September 6th, 1980, "Roklahoma" was held in Norman, Oklahoma at Owen Field with over 30,000 people in attendance for Pat Benatar, Sammy Hagar, Van Halen and Doobie Brothers. In 2007, Rocklahoma as we know it began in Pryor, Oklahoma. There was a group of individuals involved in the rebooting of the festival into a multiday, 1980's Hair Metal Festival. Max Baker Jr. was one of those individuals who helped reboot it as we discuss with Chipz Enuff in an earlier episode of this podcast. In this episode, Max, Jeff, & Jay are joined by Dani, Miss Rocklahoma 2023 and we discuss the process of entering the contest, what it was like finding out you've made it to the next round, then onto the finals, & ultimately winning, as well as how Max & Dani met at a Garth Brooks concert at the Diamond Ballroom. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jock Bartley is the guitarist and founding member of the 70s country rock band Firefall. The band had a string of hits including the songs “You Are the Woman” and “Just Remember I Love You.” Their latest album “Friends and Family” is a collection of cover songs by The Doobie Brothers, Dan Fogelberg, Heart and others. We discuss the new album, drinking with Mick Fleetwood, performing alongside Motörhead, playing on an Andy Gibb solo record, Jock's song for suicide prevention and more! 0:00:00 - Intro0:00:13 - Locations, Travel & Road Life 0:03:35 - Bone Tone 0:04:45 - Guitar Lessons & Guitar Style 0:11:25 - New Cover Songs 0:18:09 - Touring with Fleetwood Mac 0:20:05 - Motörhead's First Gig in America 0:21:20 - Gigs with Willie Nelson 0:23:40 - Intertwining Bands 0:27:40 - Drinking with Mick Fleetwood 0:29:45 - Playing with Steve Winwood 0:32:55 - Suicide Prevention 0:35:40 - Playing on Andy Gibbs Album 0:38:45 - Firefall's Drug/Alcohol Issues 0:41:00 - Restarting Firefall 0:42:59 - Record Business 0:45:40 - New Record & Singles 0:50:01 - Graham Parsons & Vegas Song 0:54:55 - The Eagles & Country Rock 0:59:00 - Suicide Prevention Charity 1:00:10 - Outro Firefall website:https://firefallofficial.com/Suicide Prevention website: https://afsp.org/Chuck Shute website:https://www.chuckshute.com/Support the showThanks for Listening & Shute for the Moon!
Malcolm John Rebennack, Jr.,better known by his stage name, Dr. John, was a singer-songwriter who blended funk, R&B and New Orleans blues into a distinctive sound. Dr. John was well known for his stage shows which were inspired by an eclectic mix of medicine shows, voodoo ceremonies, and Mardi Gras costumes. Dr. John got his start as a session musician in the 1950s, and continued doing session work throughout his career playing keyboards for Aretha Franklin, the Rolling Stones, and Van Morrison as a member of "The Wrecking Crew." He recorded thirty studio albums and nine live albums before his death in 2019, including the one we profile today.In the Right Place is Dr. John's sixth album and his best selling one, peaking at number 24 on the Billboard 200 chart. He is backed up on this album by The Meters, a New Orleans funk band that formed in 1965. The Meters were the house band for Alan Toussaint, who produced, arranged, and played on a number of tracks on the album.Mac Rebennack's father ran an appliance shop in the East End of New Orleans where, in addition to fixing radios and televisions, he sold records to people from a wide variety of races and cultures. Rebennack was expelled from his Catholic high school when the priests told him he had to either stop playing in the clubs or leave. The stage name Dr. John was taken from a 19th-century Louisiana voodoo priest. In turn, Dr. John would inspire two other characters - Johnny Fever (from "WKRP in Cincinnati") and Dr. Teeth (from "The Muppet Show").The future Dr. John started playing guitar and switched to piano after nearly losing a finger during an on-tour gunfight.It's time for some New Orleans funk as Wayne brings us this album for the podcast. Friend of the show Sean Mooney joins us for this one. Traveling MoodYou can expect any rock group to eventually put out a song about losing a woman, but it takes Dr. John to make this tragedy whimsical and fun. "Said that she'd never leave me, now she's gone away to grieve me. I was fast asleep, when she begun her midnight creep."QualifiedThis is a social hierarchy song about a guy telling people who think they are better than others that they are not. "Your social life ain't no better than my hot dog stand. Your edu-ma-cation ain't no hipper than what you understand."Right Place, Wrong TimeThis is the funky hit that peaked at number 9 on the Billboard Hot 100. It was also Dr. John's only top 40 hit, making him technically a one-hit wonder. "I took the right road but I must have took a wrong turn." "I took a right move, but I made it at the wrong time." Cold, Cold, ColdIn this song, the man wishes a woman he loves was not also running around with the other guys. There's a pit of a Rolling Stones sound about this one, and maybe a little bit of Randy Newman humor. ENTERTAINMENT TRACK:Live and Let Die by Wings (from the motion picture “Live and Let Die”)This song was the theme which first introduced Roger Moore as James Bond. It also reunited Paul McCartney with former Beatles producer George Martin. STAFF PICKS:Drift Away by Dobie GrayRob drifts into the staff picks with this song originally written by Mentor Williams in 1970, and first performed by swamp rock singer John Henry Kurtz. Soul singer Dobie Gray would produce the rendition we would know best. Gray would land at number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100, making this song his biggest hit. The lyrical tribute to the power of music would make it a frequent cover by lots of artists.Daniel by Elton JohnLynch features a song with a story. Daniel is an American soldier injured in Vietnam who, though accepted by his family, receives criticism from the public due to the polarizing nature of that war. Disillusioned by the response, Daniel decides to go away to Spain. Almost all of this storyline was contained in the last verse of the song, which was cut before it was produced.China Grove by the Doobie Brothers Friend of the show Sean brings us a song which introduces itself with a great guitar riff and keyboards. It is sung and written by Tom Johnson for the Doobie Brothers third studio album, "The Captain and Me." It went to number 15 on the Billboard Hot 100. While Johnson was writing about a fictional town, there are several towns called China Grove in America.The Free Electric Band by Albert HammondWayne closes out the staff picks with a prog rock hit. Songwriter Hammond has written a number of hits over the years, though this particular one only went to number 48. The lyrics are about a privileged child who decides to move to California to play music despite his parents higher expectations for him. COMEDY TRACK:Back When My Hair Was Short by Gunhill RoadThis lone hit by Gunhill Road went to number 40, and was produced by Kenny Rogers.
I'm Josh Cooperman and this is Convo By Design. Today on the show, you are going to hear from one of my favorite designers. This is Jenn Feldman, an amazing designer with equally strong musical taste. No, really! Designer Resources ThermaSol - Redefining the modern shower experience. Episode 271 featuring Mitch Altman Moya Living - Beautiful, durable powder coated kitchen, bath & outdoor kitchen cabinetry Design Hardware - A stunning and vast collection of jewelry for the home! The Oasis Alliance - Providing design to those in need. I asked Jenn to send me her artist playlist. And she did. Let's start with this because if you have learned anything about me from this show it's that I love music. All kinds of music provided it's good. So I asked Jenn for her list and here is what she sent me, I'm thinking not in any particular order… Lukas Nelson, Lem Bridges, Teddy Swims, Billy Joel (right next to him, she wrote “duh”), Fleetwood Mac, Notorious BIG, Steely Dan, Taylor John Williams, and the Doobie Brothers. A side note, every time I think of the Doobie Brothers, the first thing that comes to mind is not the fantastic music, but the quote… “Which Doobie, you be?” If you have no idea, what I'm talking about, check the show notes. Jenn, awesome list. It's interesting to me too, how your design work is as vast and varied as your musical taste. I maintain that there is a strong and unbreakable connection between music and design if you seek it out. The same way that there is a story woven into every good song, there is a story woven into strong design. Jenn knows this, Jenn does this, masterfully. And you are going to hear how, and why, right after this. Thank you, Jenn for the time, the playlist and the chat. Thank you to my partners and sponsors ThermaSol, Moya Living, Design Hardware. I truly appreciate the partnership. And thank you for listening, downloading and subscribing to the podcast. Please make sure you are subscribed so you get every episode of the show the moment its published. Please email me with suggestions and show ideas, love the input. Email is convobydesign@outlook dot com and on Instagram @convoxdesign with and “x”. Thanks for listening. Until next week, be well and take today first. -CXD
Hello friends! Jock Bartley, founding member of legendary 70's band, Firefall is my guest for episode 1312! Firefall's latest album, Friends & Family, a uniquely personal tribute album where they imbue their distinctive sound into songs by Fleetwood Mac, The Byrds, The Band, The Doobie Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Heart and other classic rock legends. Friends & Family comes out on September 22nd on Sunset Blvd. Records. Go to firefallofficial.com for tour dates, music, merch and more! Jock and I have a great conversation about the decision to pay tribute to their Friends & Family and some of the stories behind the songs, playing guitar for Gram Parsons on tour, forming Firefall in 1974 in Boulder with Mark Andes, bassist from Spirit and Jo Jo Gunn, Larry Burnett and drummer Michael Clarke from The Byrds and Flying Burrito Bros, keeping a band going for five decades and much more. I had a great time getting to know Jock. I'm sure you will too. Lets get down! Get the best, full-spectrum CBD products from True Hemp Science and enter code HDIGH for a special offer from How Did I Get Here? If you feel so inclined. Venmo: venmo.com/John-Goudie-1 Paypal: paypal.me/johnnygoudie
In the newest episode of the Blue Ribbon College Basketball Podcast, hosts Chris Dortch (@cdortch) and Kevin Ingram (@KIngramSports) discuss a variety of college basketball topics:• Get your digital edition of Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook NOW at blueribbonyearbook.com.• The ACC makes some puzzling acquisitions. The All Coasts Conference? Crazy!• Will the Pac-12 live on with the help of the Mountain West?• Talking two more Blue Ribbon Top 25 teams with associate editor Lindsey Willhite.• Kevin receives a well-deserved honor; Chris finally gets to see the Doobie Brothers (most of them, anyway); and our latest spoiler-filled recap of another Star Wars spinoff show—Ahsoka. Rosario Dawson rules!All Blue Ribbon college basketball podcasts are available on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.You can also listen in your email client or click on the “Listen In Podcast App” link above to listen in your podcast player of choice. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit blueribbon.substack.com
In the heart of the ‘Swinging Sixties', a British rock band called Savoy Brown was born and almost immediately began to make a profound impact with their pioneering blues-rock sound. Energetic Blues has always been Savoy Brown's calling card. In fact, Blues Rock became the catch-all phrase in the late 1960s to describe the band's music along with that of contemporaries including Cream, Fleetwood Mac, and Jimi Hendrix. Even though the band was plagued with a constantly changing line-up, the group's guiding hand from the outset in 1966 was held by its founder, the late Kim Simmonds. Unfortunately, Savoy Brown never reached the same level of commercial success as their contemporaries but despite this, they were a huge influence on the blues-rock genre, which led to their long-standing legacy in the industry. The band's discography is a testament to their enduring influence. Albums like "Shake Down," "Blue Matter," and "Street Corner Talking" showcased the band's exceptional song writing and instrumentals. Through the 60s, 70s and 80's songs such as “I'm Tired”, “Train to Nowhere”, “Tell Mama” and “Lay Back In The Arms Of Someone” became Hot 100 entries. Savoy Brown has always toured relentlessly, making it one of the longest running blues rock bands in existence. They also provided other groups opportunity. Kiss opened the bill on a Savoy Brown national tour as did ZZ Top, The Doobie Brothers and many, many more acts. Former members, having cut their teeth under Simmonds' leadership, have gone on to complete their careers with other bands. Among others, these include singer Dave Walker with Fleetwood Mac and Black Sabbath, Bill Bruford with King Crimson and Andy Pyle with the Kinks. Savoy Brown helped spawn the 1968 UK Blues Rock boom and later opened the eyes of many 1970s American teenagers to their own home territory blues artists. Today, more than 50 years later, Savoy Brown remains a formidable, progressive Blues Rock force. As the band continues today without its leader, Kim Simmonds, who passed away late last year, it is led by my special guests – bassist PAT DESALVO and drummer GARNET GRIMM. Both have been in the line-up for more than 10 years. I hope you enjoy the amazing story that is SAVOY BROWN's musical journey. To learn more about the band head to their website https://savoybrown.com/biography Don't hesitate to get in touch with me if you'd like to comment, provide feedback or suggest a future guest for the show. You can reach me through my website https://abreathoffreshair.com.au/
Pacific St Blues & AmericanaAugust 20, 20231. Albert King / I'll Play the Blues for You 2. D.K. Harrell / Get These Blues Out of Me 3. Shaun Murphy / I'm Not Made that Way 4. Janis Joplin / Down on Me 5. Johnny Winter / Life is Hard 6. Robin Trower / Find Me 7. Monster Mike Welch / I Me Mine8. Aretha Franklin / Let It Be 9. Allman Brothers / Rain 10. Matt Whipkey / The Word11. Rory Block / Love Had No Pride 12. Bonnie Raitt / When We Say Goodnight 13. Eric Clapton / Layla (Orchestral version)14. Buddy Guy / Strange Brew15. Robert Johnson / Crossroads Blues 16. Skip James / I'm So Glad 17. Willie Nelson & BB King / The Night Life18. Peter Frampton / The Thrill is Gone 19. BB King / Bad Case of Loving You 20. Joe Bonamassa / You Upset Me Baby Upcoming Shows & Events of InterestAugust 20 Doobie Brothers, Pinewood Bowl21 Devon Allman & Donovan Frankenreiter, Waiting Room, Benson27 Black Keys, Pinewood Bowl28 Bastard Sons of Johnny Cash, Barnato (Village Pointe, Omaha)31 - 9/4 Kris Lager's Ozark Festival, ArkansasSeptember7 Taj Mahal, Los Lobos, North Mississippi All Stars, Hoyt Sherman, Des Moines13 Rhiannon Giddens, Iowa City13 Diana Ross, Orpheum15-17 Telluride Blues Festival (Bonnie Raitt) 16 Beth Hart, The Astro (LaVista, Nebraska)20 Yo La Tengo, Waiting Room, Benson27 Damon Fowler, Waiting Room, Benson30 Stewart Copeland (Police) w/OrchestraOctober3 Cheap Trick / Orpheum6 Tower of Power, Omaha7 REO, Orpheum12 Martin Sexton, Waiting Room, Benson16 Peter Gabriel, Ball Arena, Denver31-Nov 5th TINA, The Tina Turner Story, OrpheumNovember 8 "The Late" John Cleese (Monty Python)10 Aerosmith w/ Black Crowes14 Lake Street Dive, Orpheum 18 The Iguanas, Waiting Room, Benson
Between 1961 and 2023 we are discovering some of the Greatest Party Tunes Eva that kept the masses on the dance floor. We bring tunes from seven decades of revelry hits. Miley Cyrus, Elvis Presley, The Clash, The Jam, Van Morrison, Odyssey, Darren Styles, Avicii, D:Ream, Flip & Fill, Charlie Rich, Doobie Brothers, Four Tops, and many more! You can find us on various platforms, Audible, Poddr, Deezer, Podcasts.com, Google Podcasts, Podverse, Amazon Music Podcasts, Pod Friend, Radio Public, Podbay, Audacy, Podcast Index, Boomplay, Podcast Addict, iHeart Radio, Podurama, Goodpods, Poddtoppen, PlayerFM, Podtail, Gaana, Listen Notes, Podchaser, Ivoox, Overhaul FM, Podbean, Mixerbox, Podcast Guru, Castbox FM, Rephonic, Podcast Republic, TuneIn, Pocket Casts, and Apple Podcasts Your kindest donations to my CashApp keep the DJ able to bring more to you.Click Here: CashApp: £djcolzz
Daily Dad Jokes (19 Aug 2023) Looking for the perfect gift for your Dad? Check out our official Daily Dad Jokes merch here, including our popular "Dad Joke University" T-shirts Click here to browse Email Newsletter: Looking for more dad joke humour to share? Then subscribe to our new weekly email newsletter. It's our weekly round-up of the best dad jokes, memes, and humor for you to enjoy. Spread the laughs, and groans, and sign up today! Click here to subscribe ! Listen to the Daily Dad Jokes podcast here: https://dailydadjokespodcast.com/ or search "Daily Dad Jokes" in your podcast app. You can now submit your own dad jokes to my voicemail, with the best ones to be included in upcoming episodes on this podcast. Just leave your name, the city and state you live in, and your best Dad Joke. Call (978) 393-1076. Look forward to hearing from you! [Promo] Daily Shower Thoughts is a new podcast launched by myself and my co-host Lorelai Stewart. Join us for random, amusing and mind bending epiphanies. Pod links here Daily Shower Thoughts website. [Promo] Check out the Get Happy Headlines podcast by my friends, Stella and Mickey. It's a podcast dedicated to bringing you family friendly uplifting stories from around the world. Give it a listen, I know you will like it. Pod links here Get Happy Headlines website. [Promo] Check out the Daily Facts podcast that brings you interesting and surprising facts from around the world every day! Did you know that the longest recorded flight of a chicken lasted for 13 seconds? Or that there's a species of jellyfish that can essentially live forever? With Daily Facts, you'll learn something new and fascinating with every episode. Tune in daily and impress your friends with your newfound knowledge. Listen now on your favorite podcast platform or check out the pod links here Get Happy Headlines website. Jokes sourced and curated from reddit.com/r/dadjokes. Joke credits: thoawaydatrash, Spartan1088, ilikesidehugs, TheRealNapster, deviantdeaf, brittany90210, PTAwesome, TheQuietKid22, kekeislove, thisplaceis_whack, TexasIsCool, ALittleTornado, GeorgeCrossPineTree, CoolEqual, Different_Quit9396, person_8688, bgva, kouroshkeshavarz, Young-Grandpa, TheQuietKid22, dondegroovily, AndrewMacSydney, dondegroovily Subscribe to this podcast via: Spotify iTunes Google Podcasts Youtube Channel Social media: Instagram Facebook Twitter Tik Tok Discord Interested in advertising or sponsoring our show with +15k daily streams? Contact us at email@example.com Produced by Klassic Studios using AutoGen Podcast technology (http://klassicstudios.com/autogen-podcasts/) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Henrico Theatre Summer Series will present 8-Track, a fast-paced musical romp through the 1970s, on August 18 at 7 p.m., August 19 at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., and August 20 at 3 p.m. This Baby Boomers' dream come true features the music of The Emotions, The Carpenters, Barry Manilow, Marvin Gaye, The Doobie Brothers, The Bee Gees, KC and the Sunshine Band, and more. Presented by the Henrico Theatre Company under the direction of Amy Perdue, featuring DeVon Mosby, Zinnia Paniagua, Kyle Smith and Sarah Welch. Tickets are . Seating is first-come, first-served. For details, call 804-652-1460 or...Article LinkSupport the show
Music has always been a part of CJ Warfield's life. His family consists of singers, musicians, producers, and songwriters. His parents exposed him and his siblings to genres from Gospel, Classical, Soul, R&B, Jazz, Funk, and Neo-Soul. He even got into Hip-Hop after listening to OutKast's Jazzy Bells. CJ's love for music flourished after hearing Stevie Wonder's "In The Key Of Life," leading him to love playing the piano at 15 years old. Today he is a band member of the group, Be On It, and he plays the keyboard, produces, arranges, and composes the music with other group members. He has had the pleasure of working and sharing the stage with notable artists such as PJ Morton, Jeremih, Chantae Cann, Bashiri Asad, Kenny Garmon, L. LeBron Wilson, Demetrius West, Le'Andria Johnson, and Phil Carroll. He's opened for Moonchild, Kirk Franklin, Yolanda Adams, Jonathan Nelson, and Fred Hammond. His inspirations and influences are Stevie Wonder, Robert Glasper, Daniel Moore II, Jay-Z, Kendrick Lamar, Earth Wind and Fire, Mint Condition, Michael Jackson, Marvin Gaye, Tye Tribbett, Donald Lawrence, D'Angelo, Cory Henry, OutKast, The Beatles, Kevin Bond, Jesse Thompson, The Doobie Brothers, Fred Hammond, Kirk Franklin, John Legend, and countless others. In July 2016, Be On It released their first album, Rundown, and has followed up with three more… The Way We Are, Breakout, and Perspective, the EP. You can listen to BE.On.It is on your favorite streaming platform. You can reach CJ on all social media…Facebook: CJ WarfieldTwitter: @CJWarfieldInstagram: @CJWarfield23Snapchat: cwarfield23
Keyboardist extraordinaire Bill Payne is an original member of Little Feat, and has been a member of the Doobie Brothers and the String Cheese Incident too. Bill has written songs and recorded with a who's who of artists. This is his story.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
He is the voice of "Blinded by the Light" the huge 70's cover of the Bruce Springsteen song done by Manfred Mann's Earth Band. Chris Thompson also co-wrote one of the 80s biggest hits. John Farnham's "You're the Voice."Get your own “Rock History Music” baseball cap https://rock-history-music-store.creator-spring.com/listing/rock-history-music-hatIf you would like to donate to "Rock History Music"https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted...Support “Rock History Music” on Patreonhttp://patreon.com/rockhistorychannelsCHECK OUT MANY INTERVIEWS ON OUR INSTAGRAM ACCOUNThttps://www.instagram.com/rockhistorymusic/?hl=enCHECK OUT OUR TIKTOK CHANNEL https://www.tiktok.com/@johnbeaudin80HELP SUPPORT ROCK HISTORY MUSIC..CHECK OUT OUR STORE FOR T-SHIRTS, MUGS ETChttps://rock-history-music-store.creator-spring.comOUR NEW INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT https://www.instagram.com/rockhistory...Check out the ‘Rock History Book' Podcast https://open.spotify.com/show/0LYdVTf...https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast...https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-ro...https://tunein.com/podcasts/p1419168/We have 4 active YouTube ChannelsSupport the show
John and Tom are extremely honored to welcome the legendary “Skunk” Baxter to the podcast. Sure, you may know him from Steely Dan, Doobie Brothers and more, but do you know him as Paulinho da Costa stand-in, jingle composer, Donna Sommer influencer, and consultant to the U.S. Department of Defense? Most recently, you should have his latest album on your release radar...it's pure
The Hollywood Allstars are the brainchild and handpicked Supergroup of Grammy Nominated Songwriter/Producer/Keyboardist, and former Epic/CBS Recording Artist, Steve Gaspár on Hammond Organ & Piano. Steve has performed with James Brown, B.B. King, Gene Cornish (the Rascals) and Peter Criss (KISS). Gaspár has put together music's supergroup of session royalty for The Hollywood Allstars release “FIELD OF GRACE” on Deko Entertainment. Featuring vocalist Tommy Bowes, who for seven years sang with the incredible Tower of Power. Music journalists have consistently praised Bowes' high range, powerful voice, and unique versatility, after hearing his performances on TOP's debut album on Epic Records, Monster on a Leash. Also appearing will be the legendary Uptown Horns. The Uptown Horns played with The Rolling Stones on the Steel Wheels Tour. Keith Richards personally praised them as being the “only horn section up for the job,” before they went on to work with Joe Cocker, the J. Geils Band, and providing the horns on James Brown's Grammy Award Winning Single, “Living in America.” Guitarist Andy Abel has played with Blood Sweat & Tears and The Talking Heads. In addition to co-producing with Steve Gaspár, the bands new release “FIELD OF GRACE”, Andy also served as the projects chief recording and mastering engineer. And fresh off the heels of Edgar Winters Grammy Win, will be Scott Spray on Bass. Scott toured and recorded with both the Johnny Winter and the Edgar Winter Groups, and has recorded on over 800 albums. On Drums will be Tony Cintron. A tour with Joe Bonamassa placed Cintron on stages with the Derrick Trucks Band, the Doobie Brothers, Dr. John, and the legendary vocalist Roberta Flack at Carnegie Hall. Eddie Torres (Percussionist), best known for “Turn the Beat Around” with singer Vicki Sue Robinson.www.thehollywoodallstars.net
Legendary Rock and Roll Hall of Fame guitarist of the Doobie Bros & founding member of the band Steely Dan In 1972 he became a founding member of the band Steely Dan, along with guitarist Denny Dias, bassist Walter Becker, keyboardist-vocalist Donald Fagen, drummer/vocalist Jim Hodder and vocalist David Palmer. Baxter appeared with Steely Dan on their first three albums, Can't Buy a Thrill in 1972, Countdown to Ecstasy in 1973, and Pretzel Logic in 1974. He contributed the guitar fills and signature solo heard on the group's highest charting hit " Rikki Don't Lose That Number." in 1974 to join The Doobie Brothers, who at the time were touring in support of their fourth album What Were Once Vices Are Now Habits. As a session man, he had contributed pedal steel guitar on Vices as well as "South City Midnight Lady" on its predecessor, The Captain and Me. Baxter's first album as a full member of the group was 1975's Stampede. He contributed an acoustic interlude ("Precis") and significant turns on slide and pedal steel guitar.
This week's episode of the Jazz Cruises Conversations podcast features a very special interview by Marcus Miller with Michael McDonald, recorded on The Smooth Jazz Cruise earlier this year. Marcus talked with Michael about his long and storied career, which started out in St. Louis, playing and singing in local cover bands. The rest is history, which you'll hear about in this engaging and entertaining talk. How about this little fact? Michael's local young band backed Muddy Waters and Chuck Berry back in the day. And he explains the origin of the band name The Doobie Brothers. And Michael tells how he came to duet famously with Patti LaBelle on their smash hit “On My Own.” And now they're doing a cruise together, the McDonald Labelle Cruise with us April 10-13 to Nassau in the Bahamas.
The deafening terror of radio silence reverberates across the South Pacific and just about everything begins to look like a murder weapon. How many ways can two couples alone on an island push each other to the edge? Plus, what ever happened to The Doobie Brothers? The Micky Mouse Club gets involved, as does the FBI, and Stephanie's hiding skills are put to the test. This is Part Four of The Palmyra Atoll Murders - a Muriel's Murders epic based on “And The Sea Will Tell” by Vincent Bugliosi with Bruce B. Henderson. All Five Parts available now. To support the show, and unlock exclusive episodes, please visit www.patreon.com/murielsmurders For more info, or to email us, please visit www.murielsmurders.com Check out Muriel's Yacht Rock Playlist on Spotify. Find @murielsmurders on IG, Twitter, TikTok and YouTube. Music by Mario Casalini aka @casalinibeats Researched, written and hosted by Muriel Montgomery. Recorded, edited and co-hosted by Nick Casalini. Sharing this show with loved ones in your life and/or online is huge for us and we truly appreciate you spreading the word. Thanks for listening. XOXO N+M --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nickandmuriel/support
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Title: Don't Bogart Them Doobie Brothers! Explicit? YES Description/Blog Post: #thedoobiebrothers #tomjohnston #michaelmcdonald On this week's Loudini Rock & Roll Circus Podcast : Everything you never wanted to know about The Doobie Brothers Topics Discussed: What we did this week: Loudini: Gone South, Renfield, listening to artist who do bad things Mr Pittsburgh: Lily: Doobie Brothers Beginings... overview Personel Johnston vs McDonald (selling coke was his day job) Albums Break up and reunion(s) YouTube(ers) reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Doobie_Brothers New & Notable: Lily : Kevin: Robledo; Broken Soul Loudini: Lost Hearts; Hate Yourself Loudini's Great Moments in YouTube: This Day In Music https://www.thisdayinmusic.com top40weekly.com Viewer's Comments Offer: Get a FREE EP HERE: http://LouLombardiMusic.com if you love great guitar driven rock from the 70s, 80s, 90s and even today, you will want to get my EP "The Bad Years". Get your copy while supplies last!
Ron was born in Dover, Delaware, the first of 4 children of Linda and Ron Wikso (the first). After finishing their tour of duty in the Air Force, his parents moved the family back to their native Long Island, New York where Ron lived from age 3 until adulthood. Ron started playing drums at the age of 7 and studied privately with Larry Ramsden while growing up on Long Island. Along with his private studies, he played in several local bands and began playing his first professional gigs around the time he was 12. He also participated in as many of the school bands, orchestras and choirs as he could in an effort to learn as much as possible about music. Some of the people Ron's been fortunate to have worked with at various times include: Steve Miller Band Cher Richie Sambora (Bon Jovi) Foreigner David Lee Roth (Van Halen) The Storm Gregg Rolie (Original Lead Singer/Keyboardist for both Santana and Journey) Eddie Money CCR (Creedence Clearwater Revisited) Player (featuring Ronn Moss & Peter Beckett) Randy Meisner (the Eagles/Poco/Rick Nelson) Denny Laine (Paul McCartney & Wings/The Moody Blues) Dave Amato (REO Speedwagon/Cher/Ted Nugent/Jimmy Barnes) Michael Monarch (Steppenwolf) George Burns Sammy Davis Jr. Peggy Lee and many others. Some of the tours Ron's been on with these artists have taken him all over the world to places in Europe, Asia, Australia and North, South and Central America and have featured other artists such as Bryan Adams, Peter Frampton, 10,000 Maniacs, Deep Purple, The Doobie Brothers, REO Speedwagon, Cheap Trick, Paul Rodgers, Journey, John Fogerty and many others. Ron is also blessed in his personal life to have his significant other, Marcy Requist, as well as his son, Jesse Wikso. He's currently touring with the Steve Miller Band and dividing his professional time between live touring gigs and session work, mostly at his private studio, where he records live drums, and coordinates/produces/mixes projects for clients from all over the world. Some Things That Came Up: -1:00 Playing at First Bank Amphitheater -2:00 Girlfriend www.marcyrequist.com -5:00 New website www.ronwikso.com -6:00 Cher was the first gig big at 29 years old -7:00 The Ballad of SONOR Drums -10:35 International Touring and Food -12:20 Mr. Big and Japan -14:30 Steve Miller and the changing setlist -18:00 Gordy Knudston -19:00 First Gig with Steve Miller -23:00 Studying with Larry Ramsden -24:00 Listening to all styles of music -25:40 Charting helps you learn the song -28:40 There's more to just playing -29:30 The rare air of keeping a gig for decades -31:15 Lifeguard job with David Duchovny -32:00 Berklee and gigging -32:31 The move to LA in 82' -34:30 Working with Gregg Rolie (Santana, Journey) -36:30 The Gregg Rolie audition -44:00 Getting connected in LA -47:20 Remote Recording in 1998 -48:00 The move to Austin -49:30 Creedence Clearwater Revisited -63:30 Similar Fill Vocabulary -65:00 Teaching and Warmups Follow: www.ronwikso.com IG: @ronwikso FB: @ronwikso The Rich Redmond Show is about all things music, motivation and success. Candid conversations with musicians, actors, comedians, authors and thought leaders about their lives and the stories that shaped them. Rich Redmond is the longtime drummer with Jason Aldean and many other veteran musicians and artists. Rich is also an actor, speaker, author, producer and educator. Rich has been heard on thousands of songs, over 25 of which have been #1 hits! Rich can also be seen in several films and TV shows and has also written an Amazon Best-Selling book, "CRASH! Course for Success: 5 Ways to Supercharge Your Personal and Professional Life" currently available at: https://www.amazon.com/CRASH-Course-Success-Supercharge-Professional/dp/B07YTCG5DS/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=crash+redmond&qid=1576602865&sr=8-1 Rich's latest book is: https://www.amazon.com/Making-Country-Music-Insiders-Industry/dp/1538172518/ref=sr_1_1?crid=24ZLASY6K553Z&keywords=making+it+in+country+music+rich+redmond&qid=1686181308&sprefix=rich+redmond+country+%2Caps%2C198&sr=8-1 Buy Rich's exact gear at www.lessonsquad.com/rich-redmond Follow Rich: @richredmond www.richredmond.com Jim McCarthy is the quintessential Blue Collar Voice Guy. Honing his craft since 1996 with radio stations in Illinois, South Carolina, Connecticut, New York, Las Vegas and Nashville, Jim has voiced well over 10,000 pieces since and garnered an ear for audio production which he now uses for various podcasts, commercials and promos. Jim is also an accomplished video producer, content creator, writer and overall entrepreneur. Follow Jim: @jimmccarthy www.jimmccarthyvoiceovers.com
This week I'm speaking to the brains behind the excellent All For Uke website/YouTube channel: Kevin Presbrey.Kevin has been a recording artist - both as part of a band, and solo - since the early 2000s, and his music has appeared in hit TV shows on MTV, VH1 and more. He's also shared a stage with the Doobie Brothers and members of the band Train, as well as writing some terrific songs in the course of his long and illustrious career.In this interview we talk about how a tongue-in-cheek video he posted called "The Prettiest Ukulele Song In The World" led to him becoming a full-time YouTube teacher. We also talk about how fatherhood has changed our perspective on work and music.If you have any thoughts, comments or guest suggestions for the show please send me a message to UkeTeacher@GrabYourUke.com---Ukulele Tales is sponsored by Kala Brand Music! For a 10% discount on anything on the Kala website, just click on my special link!If you want to support the podcast, please share it with your ukulele friends and communities. You can also help fund it by signing up to my Patreon where you'll get additional content, occasional bonus mini episodes and the chance to ask questions to future guests.---LINKS:Kala Brand Music: https://kalabrand.com/uketeacher for a 10% discount on any Kala products.Kevin Presbrey:Official Website: https://www.kevinpresbrey.com/All For Uke Website: https://www.allforuke.com/Ukulele Tales:Website: http://www.UkuleleTales.comPatreon: https://www.Patreon.com/UkeTeacherTwitter: https://www.Twitter.com/UkeTeacherInstagram: https://www.Instagram.com/UkuleleTalesFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheUkuleleTeacher Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on A