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Media Monarchy
#PumpUpThaVolume: June 22, 2022

Media Monarchy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 63:22


Media Monarchy plays Hank Williams Jr., Jon Pardi, Eric Clapton and more on #PumpUpThaVolume for June 22, 2022. ♬

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Vintage Rock Pod: 67. Alan Clark - Dire Straits/Eric Clapton/Tina Turner

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 26:32


Alan Clark joined Dire Straits as their first - and only full-time - keyboard player, playing with Mark Knopfler and Co from 1980 until they finally called it a day in 1995. But despite being in one of the world's biggest bands of the era, playing Live Aid, headlining the Nelson Mandela Concert, being a multi-award winner and a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee, that doesn't tell half the story!Alan also recorded and toured with many other legends including:Eric Clapton, Tina Turner, George Harrison, Elton John, Rod Stewart, Roger Daltrey, Van Morrison, Brian Johnson (AC/DC) and Phil Collins!In this episode you'll hear Alan tell stories about working with some of these legends as well as a current line-up of former Dire Straits members performing as Dire Straits Legacy!And for Top 5 fans – you'll get my Top 5 favourite songs from one those incredible artists he's worked with! 

Eyewitness History
"My Heart Went In My Mouth"; Queen's Keyboardist Gives His Live-Aid Experience

Eyewitness History

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 30:22


Spike Edney has numerous links to Queen, to the extent that he was often described as the fifth member. Born on 11 December 1951, he has worked with Ben E King, Edwin Starr, The Boomtown Rats, Dexy's Midnight Runners, Duran Duran, Bon Jovi, Eric Clapton, The Rolling Stones, Ian Hunter, Manic Street Preachers, Beautiful South, Gary Barlow, Peter Green, Joe Cocker, 10CC, and countless more.Spike's connections with Queen began in 1984, when he appeared on the European leg of 'The Works' tour, providing additional guitar and keyboards. From then onwards he appeared at almost every show until Queen stopped touring in 1986, appearing on the 'Live In Rio', 'Live In Budapest' and 'Live At Wembley' videos, as well as the 'Live At Wembley 1986' and 'Live Magic' albums. He also appeared on Queen's 1986 studio album, 'A Kind Of Magic'.Spike can be seen playing keyboards Queen's historic 1985 Live Aid performance at Wembley StadiumSpike performed with Queen at Freddie's tribute concert, held at Wembley Stadium in April 1992, and also appears on the video and DVD of the concert. Later in 1992, Spike joined Brian in The Brian May Band, to perform extensively throughout Europe, North America, South America, Asia and Australasia. The Brian May Band released a live album and video in 1994 of a concert at The Brixton Academy in 1993.In 1994, Spike formed the SAS Band (Spike's All-Star Band), with Cozy Powell, Neil Murray, Jamie Moses and Chris Thompson, although the band has evolved over time to include a wide range of musicians. The SAS Band released their debut album in 1997 and played many concerts, many for charity, with a large variety of guest vocalists, including Paul Young, Leo Sayer, Arthur Brown, Tony Hadley, Roy Wood, Fish, Kiki Dee, Bob Geldof, Marti Pellow, Roger Taylor and Brian May.In 1997, Spike appeared with Queen and Elton John in Paris, whilst in 1998, he returned to The Brian May Band for an extensive tour of Europe, Japan, and Australasia. After that, Spike worked with numerous other artists and arranged other concerts for the SAS Band, including a live album and video called 'The Show', in 2000.Spike has continued working with Queen on numerous projects, including the 'We Will Rock You' musical in London, and has performed with Queen at virtually every show since 1984.Find out more about Spike at https://www.sasband.com/index.phpSource: http://www.ultimatequeen.co.uk/index.htm?/miscellaneous/biography/spike-edney.htm

About A Girl
Rita Coolidge & Kris Kristofferson

About A Girl

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 36:58


Rita Coolidge soared as a singer and songwriter, working with Joe Cocker, Eric Clapton, Leon Russell, Bobby Womack, and Booker T. Jones. She was denied credit for writing the famous piano coda to “Layla” and her contribution to “Superstar,” a huge hit for The Carpenters, was similarly unsung. That was all before she met country rock troubadour Kris Kristofferson, whose superhuman levels of drinking did not help their marriage as her solo career took off. This episode contains content that may be disturbing to some listeners and includes descriptions of domestic violence. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Vintage Rock Pod - Classic Rock Interviews
67. Alan Clark - Dire Straits/Eric Clapton/Tina Turner

Vintage Rock Pod - Classic Rock Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 26:32


Alan Clark joined Dire Straits as their first - and only full-time - keyboard player, playing with Mark Knopfler and Co from 1980 until they finally called it a day in 1995. But despite being in one of the world's biggest bands of the era, playing Live Aid, headlining the Nelson Mandela Concert, being a multi-award winner and a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee, that doesn't tell half the story!Alan also recorded and toured with many other legends including:Eric Clapton, Tina Turner, George Harrison, Elton John, Rod Stewart, Roger Daltrey, Van Morrison, Brian Johnson (AC/DC) and Phil Collins!In this episode you'll hear Alan tell stories about working with some of these legends as well as a current line-up of former Dire Straits members performing as Dire Straits Legacy!And for Top 5 fans – you'll get my Top 5 favourite songs from one those incredible artists he's worked with!  

It's Only Rock And Roll Podcast
Ep. 41 - Chris "Miss" O'Dell

It's Only Rock And Roll Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 62:23


On this episode of The It's Only Rock And Roll Podcast, Tuscon native CHRIS O'DELL tells how she parlayed a chance meeting with Beatle's publicist Derek Taylor into a career behind the scenes in the world of rock, first as secretary for The Beatles owned Apple Records, personal assistant to The Rolling Stones on their “Exile On Main Street” tour, then later as one of rock's first female Tour Managers working for George Harrison, Santana, CSNY, and Bob Dylan and more. We also cover her singing backup on a Beatles classic, living with George & Patti Harrison at Friar Park, and how Robert Stigwood quite possibly saved her from being murdered by a member of Derek & The Dominoes! ---------------------------------------------- ֎ Buy Chris's book “Miss O'Dell: Hard Days and Long Nights with The Beatles, The Stones, Bob Dylan and Eric Clapton” - https://amzn.to/3tyibBw ֎ Chris's upcoming BeatleFest appearance https://www.thefest.com/guests/chris-odell-chicago-2022/ Visit the 'It's Only Rock And Roll PODCAST' online at: ● Homepage – www.ItsOnlyRockAndRollPodcast.com ● Facebook – facebook.com/ItsOnlyRockAndRollPodcast/ ● YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCFB7uJ3dg4IKSxsNny9Jiw/videos ● Instagram - @itsonlyrockandrollpodcast Be sure to check out our all-new OFFICIAL IORR PODCAST STORE!

Tent Show Radio
Richie Havens & Robert Cray | Episode 22-25

Tent Show Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 59:01


Press "p" to play "Richie Havens & Robert Cray | Episode 22-25" from "Tent Show Radio" Richie Havens & Robert Cray | Episode 22-25 From: Tent Show Radio  Series: Tent Show Radio Length: 58:56 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. Read the full description. Piece Audio 00:00:00 TrackBufferSeekPlayhead 00:58:56 Play Mute Also in the Tent Show Radio series Home Free | Episode 22-24 (59:00) From: Tent Show Radio 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 ... Michael Perry | Episode 22-23 (59:00) From: Tent Show Radio 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 ... 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Related Pieces (modify search terms) The Wire Episode 1: Hallo, Hallo (52:54) From: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation First episode of The Wire, discussing the experience of music as it was affected by the invention of electricity. 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From playing Woodstock to Carnegie Hall, Havens had an extensive touring career that lasted up until the year before his passing in 2013. This episode features recordings from Haven's 2009 performance under the tent.    Regarded as one of the most commercially and critically successful blues artist of his generation, Robert Cray has remained a dominant force for over forty years due to his soulful and creative guitar work, alongside uniquely blended elements of rock, soul, pop, and traditional rhythm and blues. A five-time Grammy winner, Cray has written and performed with everyone from Eric Clapton and Stevie Ray Vaughan to Tina Turner and Chuck Berry, has made numerous appearances in TV and film, released 20 acclaimed studio albums and a bundle of live albums that punctuate the Blues Hall of Famers career. This episode features recordings from Cray's 2009 performance under the tent.  Enjoyed this episode? See The Robert Cray Band live at Big Top this August! 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Rock N Roll Pantheon
Vintage Rock Pod - Classic Rock Interviews: *THIS DAY ROCKS* Remembering Rory

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 4:36


On this day in 1995 we lost one of the greatest blues rock guitarists of all time, Rory Gallagher. Aged just 47 when he died, Rory left an incredible legacy of music which has seen the likes of Brian May, Slash, Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton publicly hold him in the highest of esteem. On today's show you'll hear a short clip from my recent interview with Gerry McAvoy, Rory's bass player for more than 2 decades. To hear the interview in full, check out Episode 66 of Vintage Rock Pod!

Dan Caplis
Ryan's Riffs, 6/15: Pink Floyd, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, The Beatles, Harry Chapin, Mark Knopfler

Dan Caplis

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 35:29


Shine On You Crazy Diamond - Pink Floyd, Purple Haze - Jimi Hendrix, My Father's Eyes - Eric Clapton, While My Guitar Gently Weeps - The Beatles, Cat's In the Cradle - Harry Chapin, What It Is - Mark Knopfler

The Paul Leslie Hour
#734 - Abe Laboriel Jr.

The Paul Leslie Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 22:35


#734 - Abe Laboriel Jr. The Abe Laboriel Jr. Interview is featured on The Paul Leslie Hour. Ya know, speaking of the here and now, Paul McCartney is just about to turn 80 years old. We wish him a very happy birthday here. And it brings to mind this interview, recorded at a fancy hotel in Atlanta. Our special guest is Abe Laboriel Jr.; drummer for Paul McCartney. Abe Laboriel, Jr. is the son of the legendary bassist Abraham Laboriel, Sr.  Abe Laboriel, Jr. toured with guitarist Steve Vai then he went on to tour with k. d. lang when recording artist Sting saw him perform and asked Laboriel to join his touring band.  Abe Laboriel, Jr. has worked with the likes of Sheryl Crowe, Fiona Apple, Eric Clapton, Jewel, Vanessa Carlton, Steve Lukather, Chris Isaak, French artist Johnny Hallyday, Natalie Cole, and many others.  For a long time now, Abe Laboriel, Jr. has been touring and recording with Paul McCartney. He's appeared on a couple of live albums and worked with him in the studio a bunch. Hey, listen here for just a moment. You can, if you are so inclined help The Paul Leslie Hour. Just go to thepaulleslie.com/support it only takes a minute and we thank you. Now, let's get that interview with Abe going, right here. Right now. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

Vintage Rock Pod - Classic Rock Interviews
*THIS DAY ROCKS* Remembering Rory

Vintage Rock Pod - Classic Rock Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 4:36


On this day in 1995 we lost one of the greatest blues rock guitarists of all time, Rory Gallagher. Aged just 47 when he died, Rory left an incredible legacy of music which has seen the likes of Brian May, Slash, Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton publicly hold him in the highest of esteem. On today's show you'll hear a short clip from my recent interview with Gerry McAvoy, Rory's bass player for more than 2 decades. To hear the interview in full, check out Episode 66 of Vintage Rock Pod!

SlapperCast: a weekly talk show with Blaggards
Episode 174: Eric Clapton Ruins Everything

SlapperCast: a weekly talk show with Blaggards

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 39:53


This week, we talk about Patrick's recent solo acoustic show, dig into some music history, and kill/rescue some music. Show notes Leslie DeHaven Fine Art https://ldehavenfineart.com Show dates Blaggards.com (https://blaggards.com/shows/) Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/pg/blaggards/events/) Bandsintown (https://www.bandsintown.com/a/3808) Follow us on social media YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/blaggards) Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/blaggards/) Twitter (https://twitter.com/blaggards) Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/blaggards/) Become a Patron Join Blaggards on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/blaggards) for bonus podcast content, live tracks, rough mixes, and other exclusives. Rate us Rate and review SlapperCast on iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/slappercast-a-weekly-talk-show-with-blaggards/id1452061331) Questions? If you have questions for a future Q&A episode, * leave a comment on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/blaggards), or * tweet them to us (https://twitter.com/blaggards) with the hashtag #slappercast.

WakeUp
14 Giugno

WakeUp

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 2:23


In giro per il mondo, nei suoi innumerevoli locali, sono esposte le chitarre di Eric Clapton, i pantaloni di Freddy Mercury e tanti dischi di platino. Il 14 giugno del 1971 apriva a Londra il primo Hard Rock Cafe!

Here's The Thing with Alec Baldwin
Abe Laboriel Jr. Keeps Time for Sir Paul

Here's The Thing with Alec Baldwin

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 43:30


Abe Laboriel Jr. is the drummer on speed dial for some of the biggest names in the music business, including Eric Clapton, k.d. lang, Eddie Vedder, Melissa Etheridge…and Paul McCartney, as member of McCartney's band for the past two decades. Son of Mexican bass guitarist Abraham Laboriel and nephew of Mexican rocker Johnny Laboriel, the Berklee-College-of Music-trained drummer has music in his blood.  He's also had the pleasure of playing some of the biggest stages in the world: the Super Bowl, the Olympics and the Queen's Gold and Diamond Jubilees. Abe tells Alec why drums are his instrument of choice, what it's like to jam with Sir Paul, and how he tethers great musicians back to the band. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Detuned Radio
Live from San Francisco... It's the Summer of Love!

Detuned Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 130:09


Episode Summary This week we are live! Sort of. We aren’t live for you, but we were in each other’s presence and recorded live with Rosemary in the Galaxy Brain studios in SF! And we talk about the 1967 Summer of Love! Sort of… Edited by Nat Show notes by Jesse Show Links Galaxy Brain studios Brain Tape “Friends with Burger-fits” – Bob’s Burgers – Wikipedia Ron Swanson’s Best Friend — Parks & Rec — YouTube Muir Woods THE EWOKS WERE NAMED AFTER THE NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBE MIWOK The Summer of Love – Wikipedia Long, hot summer of 1967 – Wikipedia Dot-com bubble – Wikipedia Why George Harrison asked Eric Clapton to perform on ‘While My Guitar Gently Weeps’ The mayor of SF in 1967; John F. Shelley – Wikipedia The CIA’s Secret Quest For Mind Control: Torture, LSD And A ‘Poisoner In Chief’ Expand Your Mind — How to Grow Psychedelic Mushrooms Using Uncle Ben's Rice “I’m shocked! Shocked! To find that gambling is going on in here!” – Casablanca – YouTube 27 Club – Wikipedia “Every day, somebody’s born who’s never seen The Flintstones” – or, why telling it once isn’t enough Maharishi Mahesh Yogi – Wikipedia “Forever Changes” by Love – Wikipedia State of Jefferson – Wikipedia This Woman Who Was Almost Part of the OG Destiny’s Child Lineup Just Auditioned on The Voice Jon Brion – Wikipedia Hellraiser Rights Return to Clive Barker in 2021 Picks Rosemary: “The Brass Tax” by Downward Nat: “Odessey and Oracle” by The Zombies Jesse: “Cruel Country” by Wilco (Recorded on Tuesday, May 31, 2022)

Pacific Street Blues and Americana
Episode 100: Hal Lansky part 2

Pacific Street Blues and Americana

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 66:59


Elvis Presley famously bought his clothes from the Lasky Brothers Clothing Store on Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee. Today, the store is owned and operated by Hal Lansky the son and nephew of the original owners. As you will hear, from Elvis Presley to Johnny Cash, who became the 'Man in Black' after shopping at Lansky's, to Eric Clapton, Sheryl Crow, and the Sex Pistols, the tale of Lansky's is packed with music legends and lore. After shopping with, 'My Pal Hal,' I was able to meet Bobby Whitlock (Derek & the Dominoes, Bonnie & Delaney, George Harrison) and secure a comprehensive interview with both Hal Lansky and Bobby Whitlock. (Whitlock's interview is already posted on this site). 

Steamy Stories Podcast
Summer In Maine: Part 6

Steamy Stories Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022


Summer In Maine: Part 6. A night in the park. By Member389. Listen to the Podcast at Steamy Stories.I woke early, pulled on my jeans and t-shirt quietly and made my way to the bathroom for a little relief. I walked out of the bathroom door to find Emily standing in what I guessed was her bedroom door. She rubbed her eye and just looked at me for a moment.“Hi.” She said softly.I stood there unsure of just what to say. “Hi.” I replied nervously. The pause began to get uncomfortable.“Are you done, can I get in there now?” She nodded towards the bathroom.“Oh sure.” I stepped aside quickly and she plodded her way in closing the door quietly. I closed my eyes taking a deep breath. I walked back down the hall into the kitchen and noted it was about my normal wake up time. So I scouted for coffee. Emily padded into the kitchen in her sweats and socks.“What are you looking for?” She asked noting that I was peeking into different cupboards in search of the coffee.“Coffee first, then I was going to make breakfast, if you want.” I said.“Can I help?” She asked. I just smiled and nodded. She pointed at a canister on the counter and smiled back. I opened it to find the coffee.“How about we make something special?” I opened the fridge and rummaged and found the eggs and sausage Chrissy had mentioned. I found some veggies in the drawer and pulled those out too. My real find was a box of ready pie crusts. I detailed my plans with Emily and after extensive prep work of dicing and browning we placed a sausage and pepper quiche into the oven.“Corn flakes are for chumps.” She said looking at the door and smiled at me.“Can you set the table while I wake up your mom?” I asked.She nodded. “I'd bring coffee and lead with that. She can be grouchy in the morning.”I chuckled and poured a cup, topped it with a splash of milk and spoonful of sugar. I opened the door slowly and walked to the bed. Chrissy was curled up, her hair a golden splash across the pillow, her expression was strained.“Don't try to fool me, that grin is a dead giveaway that you're not asleep.” I said as she broke into a full smile and opened her soft blue eyes.“Good morning.”“Good morning pretty lady.” I said as I set the coffee on the nightstand and leaned down to kiss her.“If you don't mind, I've had to go to the bathroom for the last twenty minutes, but I didn't want to barge in on your bonding session.” She slipped out of bed and grabbed a robe from the closet door and wrapped herself up and darted out of the room, leaving me chuckling. She didn't come right back and I was wondering what might be going on in the kitchen. I reached for the coffee cup as she walked back into the room shaking her head.“What?” I asked.She just grinned at me. “Oh nothing, you know that old saying ‘out of the mouths of babes'? Well mine just asked why you were spending money on a motel when you could stay here.” Chrissy just looked up and laughed and shook her head again. “She's right though. If she took this as well as it seems then why don't you check out and come up here for the rest of your stay?”I just smiled. “I wouldn't want to intrude.”“Intrude my ass. All you've done since you've been here is make life better.” She walked over and sat next to me on the bed and kissed me. “The invitation is sincere, from both of us. Oh and you're timer is nearly up on the stove.” My eyes went wide as kissed her and trotted out of the room to save breakfast.Em started giggling as she saw me jog into the kitchen to look at the stove. The timer still had seven minutes to go. I squinted at her. “Gonna be like that is it?” She burst into a bigger fit of giggles.“You were right mom, he fell for it!” She yelled.A few minutes later Chrissy walked in wearing her college sweats and a long sleeve t-shirt, grinning ear to ear.“I'd nearly forgotten that you're a gourmet chef, besides a fireman. What have you done with breakfast?” She asked.“It's in the oven. It'll just be a few more minutes. Do you have any tomato sauce?” I asked.“There's some in the pantry there I think.” She said as she topped her coffee off.I found it and opened it up, pouring some into a bowl to warm up in the microwave. She looked at me sidelong not sure what to make of what I was doing.“Okay shortcake, let's do this restaurant style, why don't we make a little assembly line here on the counter. Plates here, we need the spinach from the fridge, the bowl of sauce here, and do you have something to set the main course on?” She dug in a drawer and found a large pot holder and set it on the counter. As if on cue the timer went off. I checked in on it, and it was done. I slid it out and set it on the counter.“Mmm that smells fantastic. You found that in my fridge?” She chuckled.“The only special ingredient is imagination.” I said as I winked at Emily who smiled and nodded. “Okay, so here's how we do it, do you know what the flag of Italy looks like?” Emily shook her head no. I sighed and rolled my eyes. “What are they teaching you kids in school these days? We're going to make the plates look like the Italian flag, green, white and red. So spinach on the side, then we're going to put a slice of the quiche in the middle for the white, and then a little sauce on the side for the red. Got it?”“Yup.” She took the first plate and piled a handful of the spinach on one side while I sliced the quiche, and set a slice just on the edge of the spinach.“Okay, here's where we get all fancy.” I whispered. “We take a little sauce and we make a little pool on this side. Don't tell anybody about this trick, everybody will be doing it.” I said winking at her. Em just rolled her eyes at me, the grin never leaving her face. “Two more like this and we have breakfast!”Emily made the other plates herself and set them on the table.“A little more caffe for a me, we'll warm up Mama's, and for the signorina, the juice of one cow.” I said pouring her a glass of milk. “Finito!”Chrissy started clapping, and I took a bow, and caught Em out of the corner of my eye joining me. We sat down and began eating.“Italy tastes really good.” Em said around a mouthful. Everybody nodded as we ate.“Oh, did you tell her?” I said leaning over asking Em. She just looked at me wide-eyed. “Well the deal usually goes, the cook doesn't do the dishes.” I said winking. Em grinned and looked at her mother who in turn gave her a gimlet eye.“So that was the deal? Why wasn't I given a vote in this plan?” She said.Emily replied with a shrug. “You were asleep.” It was my turn to chuckle.“That'll teach you to sleep in.” I said. She gave me the same gimlet eye with a smile thrown in.When she finished Emily cleaned up after herself and put away the milk and the rest of the cold food without being asked. I looked at Chrissy who had a smug look on her face as she popped the last bite into her mouth.“I'm going to get my stuff ready to go to Jesse's.” Em said as she headed for the hallway.Chrissy let out a quick, authoritative, “Hey,” and raised an eyebrow at her, then looked at me and back. Em rolled her eyes just like her mother and came back.“Thank you for making breakfast…” she stumbled unsure what to call me.My eyes went wide. “Just call me Pete, and I should be thanking you for your artful assistance.”She beamed and turned and took off up the hallway. I just watched her grinning as I sipped the dregs of my coffee. Music floated down the hallway a few seconds later as I pondered just how things had unfolded since I'd gotten here. I must have been lost in thought for a few minutes.“Penny?” Chrissy asked, startling me out of my reflection.“Sorry, I was just thinking how scared I was that this whole trip was a bad idea, and how everything has gone so right. I'm still worried that something bad is going to happen to screw it up. You know, like waking up and finding that I'm dreaming this.”She ran her instep up my leg. “Don't go looking for trouble, it'll find you all by itself in time.”“So what do you have planned for me tonight?” She asked.“Oh a little dinner, maybe a show after.” I grinned. “You have something nice to wear? No jeans, reservations are for seven o'clock.” I said with a wink.“I'll see what I can manage.” She rolled her eyes.“I can't wait.” I said, the excitement in my voice coming through, bringing a smile to Chrissy's face.“What's next for you today?” She asked.“Let's see, I need to run back to my motel, pack and check out, stop by the dry cleaners, a couple errands. Most of all I want to start with a long hot shower.” I said giving her a wink.“Mmm, that last one sounds good.” Chrissy's eyes wandered to the hallway and back, and her expression changed, turning apprehensive as she crossed her arms over her chest.“What's the matter?” I said as I took her arms and uncrossed them putting them on my hips.“I don't know, it just feels weird. I feel like I've got to sneak around to have a life of my own.”I laughed at that. “If we didn't scare her last night then I think she'll be fine. You just need,” I paused and corrected myself, “We just need to be straight up honest with her. Show her that she's not being cut out of your life, but I'm joining both of yours, with any luck for a long time.”“You'd better be planning on a long time. I'm not a love ‘em and leave ‘em kind of girl.”I just raised an eyebrow at her for a moment, and she turned bright red and looked down.“Okay there was that one time, but…” She began but I cut her off with a kiss.“Mom, when you come up for air can you help me find my blue sweater?” Em said as she walked into the kitchen.We both busted out laughing. “Yes dear. I am ever your willing servant.” Chrissy replied rolling her eyes up at me and gave me another quick peck.“Go get your stuff and get back here safe.” She added as she made her way down the hallway.I got dressed and got ready to leave and wandered up the hall rapping on the door jamb before peeking around the corner of the door.“I'll see you ladies in a little while.” I said smiling.“Hurry back, I want you to meet my friend Jesse when she gets here. She's really cool.”“I'll do my best.” I replied.I made it back with plenty of time. I set up an online music account on Em's laptop, and we sat at the table downloading songs by Chuck Berry, Stevie Ray Vaughn, B.B. King, some David Gilmour and Eric Clapton.“Are you turning my kid into a rock star?” Chrissy asked leaning on my shoulder, watching us select songs.I laughed. “Why not?” Em hopped up out of her chair and started playing air guitar as I hit play on Johnny B. Goode. As it wound down she dropped to the floor kicking her feet. I laughed even harder. “I think I've seen that move before.”Em got up breathing hard. “What about you, this is all guitars. Do you have any piano music?”“That I do.” I popped open the browser and found a video of one of my favorites. The song started and a rap sounded on the door, Chrissy answered it. A shuffle of people and chattering was going on and a pretty girl shot out from around Chrissy and came over to the table where we were.“Hey Jessie, this is Pete,” in an exaggerated whisper she followed up with, “he's my mom's boyfriend.” I grinned at that.“How are you Jessie?” I asked. “Think you can help with Em's studying tonight?” Her expression froze on the word study.“Relax, we're just going to listen to some music, not do algebra.” Em said, calming her friend.I stood up as the ladies approached, a woman a few years older than Chrissy walked beside her with a big smile on her face. Chrissy made the introductions and hands got shaken the big grin remained.“Alright girls, are you ready? Let's get a move on we need to stop at the store and pick up some food on the way back to the house.” Diane announced. “It's good to meet you Pete, hopefully we'll get to see more of you around here in the future.” She winked playfully.“I'll be glad to oblige.” I replied with an equal grin. Jesse helped Emmy gather up her gear and they headed for the door.Chrissy stepped back in the kitchen rolling her eyes. She stopped and looked into my eyes, and bit her lip. “Now what?”I grinned and shrugged. “What do you normally do on Saturdays?”“Clean, do laundry, run errands, the usual.” She chuckled.“Where's the vacuum?” I asked. “Four hands are better than two.”We cleaned the place up pretty quickly, with a hand reaching out to give a gentle back rub, or an occasional kiss in passing.“I might keep you around, you look damn sexy pushing a vacuum.” She smiled as we sat and polished off the left-overs from breakfast for lunch. “You cook, you clean, you rescue damsels in distress, and you're amazing in the sack. Is there anything you can't do?”“Well when your mother is Martha Stewart and your father was Superman, no.” I laughed.Chrissy smiled. “I almost wish we were staying in tonight, Clark junior.”“With the depleted state of your fridge, we'll likely be eating bread and water.” I replied.“Damn that's another thing we need to do.”“Was that the towels in the dryer? They should be fine, let's go do it now. Do you have a list?”Chrissy shook her head and peeked into the freezer for a minute, then opened the pantry cupboard. “Was that all the eggs?”“Yup, and don't forget the OJ.”We wandered through the store and I watched as Chrissy filled in the cart I had.“Do you do anything special on Sundays? You know, family dinner or anything like that?” I asked.“No not really. Sometimes I'll make something big that we can eat for a few days in leftovers. Why?”I just shrugged and smiled. As we picked out the groceries, I picked out a few things, made an occasional inquiry as to what Em and she liked to eat. A few more things got added to the cart and she gave me a shrewd look.“What are you planning?” She asked with a sly smile.I shrugged and smiled again. “Something going along with the theme. When do you think Em will be home.”We finished the shopping, and after a little head-butting I slid my card and paid for the groceries.“You're saving me a hotel and eating out, it's the least I can do.” I argued and gave her back her little scowl. “Besides, you're so cute when you're angry.” I prepared to duck but all I got was a raised eyebrow. We got everything into the house and unpacked, Chrissy turned and leaned on the counter, blowing a loose strand of hair out of her face.“I hope I can keep awake during our date. What are we doing tonight?”“Dinner for one, but that's a given, I need you to build up your strength.” I winked. “The rest is a closely guarded secret.”.“I got it, no jeans or sneakers.” She looked up at the clock. “Where are we going?” She sounded piqued. I just chuckled.“Well, we do have about an hour drive to get there, so we should be ready before 6.”She just looked at me wide-eyed for a moment and swiveled her head to look at the clock. “Crap, I'd better get a move on. It's not as easy for us girls to get ready as you guys. It takes time for us to be presentable.”I smiled. “The only thing you need to do is change.”“No jeans.” She parroted with me, making us both laugh. She leaned in for a kiss. “I get the shower first.” She got up and sashayed into the other room.“Damn, the only thing sexier than you in jeans, is you out of jeans.” I called out.She came back in a long pink fuzzy robe a few moments later. “The same could be said for you.” She leaned down and kissed me again. I took the liberty of slipping a hand up her leg, noting she was shower ready.“You sure you don't want to conserve water and shower together?” I said smiling.“If you join me, you may want to cancel the reservations now.” She winked.“I guess I'll just have to restrain myself then.” I sighed, then frowned.“Aww! You look like you lost your puppy.” She said with a laugh.I gave her a light pat on the rump. “You'd better get in there before I lose my mind and take you right here.”“Promises, promises.” She said with a wink.I had been relegated to using Em's room to get ready, Chrissy didn't want me to see her getting ready, she wanted to make an entrance. She made her way from bath to bedroom, singing a song under her breath, pausing to smile at me as she passed, and continuing her song. “So, lets get it over and just get naked, With sweat drippin' down your little back.” I recognized the song, she sang it when we were in Maine at the beach house, the lyrics were definitely not something you'd hear on the radio.I got my chance at the shower, the floral and fruity smell of soap and shampoo hung heavily in the humid air. I took a deep breath of it and closed my eyes a fleeting thought of kissing her neck, the scent of her intoxicating like a tropical flower. I finished and went across the hall and began dressing, keeping an eye to each detail as I donned the dark gray suit. The tailor at the shop that helped measure me told something I had no idea of, “a well-tailored suit is to women what lingerie is to a man.” I had to trust her. She was a woman, after all. I finished up getting the tie dimpled properly and setting the pocket square how she'd shown me. I remember something she said when she was kitting me out. “She must be a very special lady.” I responded that, “she is a very special lady,” with a smirk. I made my way out to the kitchen laying my overcoat across the back of one of the chairs and checked to make sure I had everything I needed. Spinning my wrist to check my watch, we had a few minutes before we needed to leave.“Do you need a hand in there? I could call in the Army or something.” I hollered.“Oh hush! I'll be right out!” She answered through the door. A few more minutes passed before I heard the door open, only darkness beyond. “Prepare yourself, I hope you're not disappointed.”“Oh stop…” I began as she walked into the kitchen light. She stopped tilting a hip, bringing one knee in front of the other like a runway model. She glowed in the dim light, her hair long, tucked back on one side with a silver barrette. Her eyes boring into me watching my every movement as I took her in. She wore a short sweater dress in wide gray and black stripes with knee high gray suede boots. Naturally tall, she was tall or taller than I was as my eyes slowly climbed back up to her face. The hint of a smile appeared as I took her all in.“Speechless, huh, that bad?”I cleared my throat quickly. “No, no! You look stunning.” I said with complete honesty.“You look pretty handsome yourself.” She responded, her voice husky as she looked me up and down.“The tailor was right.” I thought with a smirk. The twinkle in Chrissy's eye was causing my heart to melt a bit.“Do you have a coat?” I asked, and she took one from the hall closet. I held my hand out for it and she smiled as I opened it for her to slip on.“Such a gentleman.”“I'll do my best.” I replied grinning as I took my coat and we left.We made our way north to the city. I ignored her gentle prods to find out where we were going. She reached over and took my free hand while I drove. She didn't grip it tightly, but ran her fingertips along the seams of my palm, her thumb rubbing lazy circles across the back. She was quiet, but I could feel the hum of anticipation. I only hoped things didn't fall short of her expectations.I pulled up in front of the restaurant and a valet came around opened Chrissy's door as mine opened at the hand of another. He walked her around the front of the Jeep and handed her over to me with a big smile. We walked towards the door slowly.“Are you nuts?” She said under her voice. “This is going to cost a fortune.”“Don't worry,” I replied, “haven't you ever heard of dine and ditch?” I said chuckling. “I'm not saying we're going to do this every Saturday, but you only live once. So let's relax and enjoy tonight.” We stepped inside the lavish foyer where the host welcomed us. I gave him my name and he smiled checking off a list and asked if we'd like to check our coats before we were seated. I took Chrissy's before

Vintage Rock Pod - Classic Rock Interviews
66. Gerry McAvoy - Rory Gallagher

Vintage Rock Pod - Classic Rock Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 24:34


Rory Gallagher is remembered as one of the greatest guitarists of all time with Eric Clapton, Johnny Marr, The Edge and Brian May all citing him as an influence. His solo albums sold more than 30 million copies worldwide. With him throughout his entire solo career was Gerry McAvoy as his bass player. In this interview Gerry talks about his time with Rory, how Rory worked in the studio, the unusual way he structured his concerts and about 'Band of Friends' that Gerry created to keep his music alive.

Vintage Rock Pod - Classic Rock Interviews
66. Gerry McAvoy - Rory Gallagher

Vintage Rock Pod - Classic Rock Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 28:04


Rory Gallagher is remembered as one of the greatest guitarists of all time with Eric Clapton, Johnny Marr, The Edge and Brian May all citing him as an influence. His solo albums sold more than 30 million copies worldwide. With him throughout his entire solo career was Gerry McAvoy as his bass player. In this interview Gerry talks about his time with Rory, how Rory worked in the studio, the unusual way he structured his concerts and about 'Band of Friends' that Gerry created to keep his music alive. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Pacific Street Blues and Americana
Episode 99: Hal Lansky part 1

Pacific Street Blues and Americana

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 67:14


Elvis Presley famously bought his clothes from the Lasky Brothers Clothing Store on Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee. Today, the store is owned and operated by Hal Lansky the son and nephew of the original owners. As you will hear, from Elvis Presley to Johnny Cash, who became the 'Man in Black' after shopping at Lansky's, to Eric Clapton, Sheryl Crow, and the Sex Pistols, the tale of Lansky's is packed with music legends and lore. After shopping with, 'My Pal Hal,' I was able to meet Bobby Whitlock (Derek & the Dominoes, Bonnie & Delaney, George Harrison) and secure a comprehensive interview. 

Salty Dog Blues N Roots Podcast
OCTANE Blues N Roots - Salty Dog (June 2022)

Salty Dog Blues N Roots Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 123:31


Salty Dog's OCTANE Podcast, June 2022 Visit: www.salty.com.au We are back tone hounds, back after a little break and RnR for the Dawg. Well it could have been better, ha! - but wow, what a great showcase of tracks this time around. Fabulous cuts from The Black Keys, Charlie Musselwhite, Son Volt, Mojo Mafia, Crossbones Boogie, Johnnie Johnson, San Pedro Slim, Henrik Freischlader, High Ace, Henry's Funeral Shoe, Kelly Joe Phelps, Bonnie Raitt, Damon Fowler, Sir Oliver Mally Group, Bob Dylan, McNaMarr Project, Ronnie Earl, Foreday Riders, Ray Beadle, Cedric Burnside, Dayna Kurtz, David Starr, Nick Charles, Steve Earle, Geoff Achison, Eric Clapton. ----------- ARTIST / TRACK / ALBUM ** Australia 1. The Black Keys / Didn't I Love You / Dropout Boogie 2. Charlie Mussellwhite / Hobo Blues / Mississippi Son 3. Son Volt / These Are The Times / Electro Melodier 4. ** Mojo Mafia / Judgement Day / Judgement Day 5. ** Crossbones Boogie / Shotgun Town / Pre release 6. Johnnie Johnson / Tanqueray / Johnnie B Bad 7. San Pedro Slim / When Will I Get My Time / Early Days 8. Henrik Freischlader / Point of View / Night Train To Budapest 9. ** High Ace / They Live By Ipswich / Snowcap Menace 10. Henry's Funeral Shoe / Ball and Chain / Smartphone Rabbit Hole 11. Kelly Joe Phelps / Jesus Make Up My Dying Bed / Lead Me On 12. Bonnie Raitt / Livin' For The Ones / Just Like That 13. Damon Fowler / I've Been Low / Alafia Moon 14. Sir Oliver Mally Group / Downfall / Trying To Get By 15. Bob Dylan / Long And Wasted Years / Tempest 16. ** McNaMarr Project / Brighter / Run With Me 17. Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters / Dave's Groove / Mercy Me 18. ** Foreday Riders w. Ray Beadle / Close To You / Durn Tootin' 19. Cedric Burnside / Get Down / I Be Trying 20. Dayna Kurtz / You're Not What I Need (But You're All That I Want) / Rise and Fall 21. David Starr / Cracks Of Time / Beauty and Ruin 22. ** Nick Charles / Last Steam Engine Train / Guitar Music 23. Steve Earle / Mr. Bojangles / Jerry Jeff 24. ** Geoff Achison / The Secret To Life / Pre release 25. Eric Clapton / Little Queen of Spades / Mr And Mr Johnson

LagunaPalooza: Fantasy Concert
The SongBook of Rock (all live recordings)

LagunaPalooza: Fantasy Concert

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 60:19


All live recordings, includes The Rolling Stones, Elvis Costello, Duran Duran, The Dixie Chicks, Bob Marley, David Byrne, The Verve Pipe, The Go-Go's, The Steve Miller Band, Green Day, Jeff Beck with Rosie Bones, ZZ Top, and Doyle Bramhall with Eric Clapton.

Mulligan Stew
EP 210 | Susan Tedeschi/Tedeschi Trucks-New Album 'I Am The Moon'

Mulligan Stew

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 63:57


Susan Tedeschi co-partner with  Derek Trucks in life and music is our guest this week. Tedeschi Trucks Band has created “one of those albums” that will become the standard by which all other such albums are created. It's an amazing story and we are thrilled to have to share it with Susan.  It's our complete 30-minute interview – with the tracks from the first album. The concept behind I Am The Moon, the GRAMMY-winning band's fifth studio recording, was suggested by TTB vocalist Mike Mattison in May 2020, two months after the band was forced off the road by the pandemic. The 12th-century poem Layla & Majnun by Persian poet, Nizami Ganjavi, was the title inspiration for Eric Clapton's 1970 double-LP with Derek and the Dominos, Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs – an influential album for Tedeschi Trucks Band.  Interestingly,  Ganjavi's source material resonated with Mattison and the rest of the band in an altogether different way. Finding complex themes and storylines that inspired their creative process, they forged a new, modern interpretation of the vast 100-page poem. I Am The Moon was written collectively and collaboratively, with band members contributing their own unique perspectives on the work. By January 2021 the band was recording at Tedeschi and Trucks' home studio, Swamp Raga, in Jacksonville, FL, with Derek behind the soundboard as producer and long-time studio engineer, Bobby Tis, in charge of recording and mixing. Operatic in scope, Tedeschi Trucks Band explores romantic relationships, collective struggle, faith, and the human experience on I Am The Moon.

Chuck Shute Podcast
Jim McCarty (The Yardbirds)

Chuck Shute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 45:55


Jim McCarty is the drummer and founding member of the Yardbirds. The Yardbirds featured three legendary guitarists: Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page. The band was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1992 and rank #89 on Rolling Stone's list of “100 Greatest Artists of All Time.”  Jim has a new book out titled “She Walks in Beauty: My Quest for the Bigger Picture.” In this interview we discuss the best Yardbirds guitarist, playing Ouija boards with Jimmy Page, Jim's bad experience with LSD, hearing Paul McCartney play him an early version of “Yesterday” and more! 00:00 - Intro00:38 - Quitting the Day Job 03:05 - Putting Out Albums Vs. Singles 05:05 - Pussycat Dolls Song & Royalties 08:30 - Recording New Music 09:20 - Best Guitarist? 11:30 - Jimmy Page & Ouija Boards 14:30 - Linked Together & Global Consciousness 18:15 - Visions Before Death & Charlie Watts 19:40 - Birds & Butterflies 21:30 - Signs, Synchronicity  & Salvador Dali 24:42 - Drugs & LSD 30:20 - Religion, Morality & Philosophy 36:30 - Success, Fame & Gratitude 37:48 - Interactions with The Beatles 40:18 - Other Memories & Touring w/ The Yardbirds 42:35 - Sarcoma Foundation 44:40 - Outro Jim McCarty website:http://www.jamesmccarty.comSarcoma Foundation of America website:https://www.curesarcoma.orgChuck Shute website:http://chuckshute.comSupport the show

Podcast de El Radio
Delirio paranoide. El Radio 2.312. 01/06/2022

Podcast de El Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 64:30


Pensando y pensando, dándole vueltas al asunto Courtois, es posible que mis explicaciones a la reacción furibunda de muchos ciudadanos periodistas esté equivocada. Es posible que hayan escuchado la rueda de prensa completa, y que hayan analizado en profundidad la pregunta de Mario Cortegana y la respuesta del portero del Real Madrid. También es posible que su compresión auditiva sea perfecta. Entonces, ¿qué nos queda? Un trastorno de la personalidad de tipo paranoide, según el cual cualquier cosa que les digas se lo van a tomar como un ataque personal. Min. 01 Seg. 45 - Intro Min. 08 Seg. 34 - Una historia tragicómica Min. 15 Seg. 47 - Recuerdos de algo que nunca existió Min. 20 Seg. 21 - Las explicaciones tampoco les sirven Min. 26 Seg. 23 - El dolor causado por una invención Min. 30 Seg. 26 - Reinventando el pasado Min. 36 Seg. 40 - Una larga entrevista de una sola pregunta Min. 49 Seg. 46 - Más fuera que dentro Min. 56 Seg. 42 - Despedida Hardline (San Rafael, CA 23/08/1995) Hot Cherie Dr. Love In The Hands Of Time Takin' Me Down Life's A Bitch Crossroads 2010 (Chicago 26/06/2012) BB King, Eric Clapton, Robert Cray & Jimmie Vaughan - The Thrill Is Gone Buddy Guy, Ronnie Wood & Johnny Lang - Miss You U2 - With Or Without You (Milán 21/07/2005)

The Paul Leslie Hour
#728 - Sonny Landreth

The Paul Leslie Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 26:12


#728 - Sonny Landreth The Sonny Landreth Interview is featured on The Paul Leslie Hour. We've got something exceptional from the archives. This is an interview Paul did with one of the most exceptional musical artists he has ever encountered. It's rare that someone is able to perform at such a high ability in so many ways: as an instrumentalist, vocalist, songwriter, live shows and on records. Paul has frequently named him as a favorite recording artist for the great sound he gets out of his chosen instrument and his unique vocal styling.  This is an interview with Sonny Landreth, the originally broadcast on the radio in 2008. It's not been heard since the original airplay. The special guest, Sonny Landreth is a master of the slide guitar who joined Paul to talk about his album “From the Reach.” Sonny Landreth is a solo artist, but has worked with greats like John Hiatt, Eric Clapton, and on the road he's also been a frequent guest of Jimmy Buffett's Coral Reefer Band.  Sonny Landreth discussed his early influences, and recording with the great artists that appeared on From the Reach, people like Mark Knopfler, Eric Johnson, Vince Gill, Eric Clapton, Dr. John, Nadirah Shakoor and Jimmy Buffett. Now that's, but one album in Sonny Landreth's discography. All of his records are really great and worth checking out! You can help The Paul Leslie Hour in our quest to get a lot of content from the archives out there and available to the general public. Just go to thepaulleslie.com/support Now, let's get the Sonny Landreth interview going! The Paul Leslie Hour is a talk show dedicated to “Helping People Tell Their Stories.” Some of the most iconic people of all time drop in to chat. Frequent topics include Arts, Entertainment and Culture.

Moods & Modes
Best of Moods & Modes: Peter Green, Part 2

Moods & Modes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 53:08


At the tail end of the 60s, an unlikely meeting took place in Chicago between some prominent traditional blues artists and a chart-topping rock band from the UK. The results would reverberate for decades to come. In this episode, you'll hear a discussion on the importance of this session along with further insights into the impact of the late, great Peter Green with guests Dave Rubin (author of Guitar Method) and Andy Aledort (Guitar Magazine).Peter Green was a British blues rock guitarist and composer. As the founder of Fleetwood Mac, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998. Green founded Fleetwood Mac in 1967 after a stint in John Mayall's Bluesbreakers and quickly established the new band as a popular live act in addition to a successful recording act, before departing in 1970. Green's songs, such as “Albatross”, “Black Magic Woman”, “Oh Well”, “The Green Manalishi (With the Two Prong Crown)” and “Man of the World”, appeared on singles charts, and have been adapted by a variety of musicians. Green was a major figure in the “second great epoch” of the British blues movement. Eric Clapton praised his guitar playing, and B.B. King commented, “He has the sweetest tone I ever heard; he was the only one who gave me the cold sweats.” His trademark sound included string bending, vibrato, and economy of style.In 2015, Rolling Stone ranked him at number 58 in its list of the “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time”.Moods & Modes is presented by Osiris Media. Hosted and Produced by Alex Skolnick. Osiris Production by Kirsten Cluthe and Matt Dwyer. Editing and mixing by Matt Dwyer. Music by Alex Skolnick. Artwork by Mark Dowd. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Podcast - Music For People Who Are Serious About Music
Funny How . . . ? - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 436

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Podcast - Music For People Who Are Serious About Music

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022


NEW FOR JUNE 1, 2022 Funny, like I amuse you . . . ? Funny How . . . ? - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 436 1. Bridge Of Sighs - Ann Wilson 2. Sound Chaser - Yes 3. So Long Ago, So Clear - Vangelis w/ Jon Anderson 4. I Just Wasn't Made For These Times - The Beach Boys 5. Bird Without A Tail / Base Of My Skull - Wilco 6. Unconditional II (Race and Religion) - Arcade Fire w/ Peter Gabriel 7. Monkey Man (live) - Govt. Mule 8. All Down The Line (live) - The Rolling Stones 9. Can't You Hear Me Knocking (live) - Mick Taylor 10. Route 66 / So You Want To Be A Rock and Roll Star (live) - Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers 11. Point Omega - Bruce Hornsby 12. Mayor Of Simpleton (live) - Joe Jackson. 13. Senses Working Overtime / Grass/ Love On A Farm Boys Wages (live unplugged) - XTC 14. Boys Don't Cry - Red Spot Rhythm Section 15. Sweet Home Chicago (live) - Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, John Mayer, Johnny Winter, Robert Cray, Hubert Humlin et al 16. Down On Me (live) - Janis Joplin w/ Big Brother and The Holding Company 17. Doubter Out Of Jesus (All Over You) - Chuck Prophet 18. Wish You Were Here (alt) - Pink Floyd w/ Stéphane Grappelli 19. Rocket (live unplugged) - Smashing Pumpkins 20. We Will Rock You (alt) - Queen The Best Radio You Have Never Heard. Never collapses under questioning. Accept No Substitute. Click to join the conversation on the Facebook page.

Brad and John - Mornings on KISM

The legendary rock hall of fame drummer and Seattle resident Alan White died yesterday at 72. He not only kept time for YES but also played with John Lennon...Eric Clapton...George Harrison and Jimmy Page.

Happy Hour Harmonica Podcast
Paul Butterfield retrospective, with Tom Ellis

Happy Hour Harmonica Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 59:59


Tom Ellis joins me on episode 62 for something a little bit different as we do a retrospective of the legendary Paul Butterfield, with Tom our resident expert. Born in 1942 in Chicago, Butterfield frequented many of the South Side blues clubs located there and even had the audacity to hire Howling Wolf's rhythm section before going on to record his seminal album ‘The Paul Butterfield Blues Band'. His high energy form of blues launched him on the scene and he quickly followed this with the genre busting East West album, with the band evolving further in the following albums by incorporating horns. Butter moved to Woodstock and formed Better Days. He also appeared in some notable sideman roles, including The Last Waltz concert with The Band.Butterfield has left us a tremendous body of work. He helped bring blues to the mainstream and created his own sound on harmonica that is as influential as any of the classic harmonica players.Links:Tom's Blues Access magazine articles on Butterfield:http://www.bluesaccess.com/No_25/butter.htmlhttp://www.bluesaccess.com/No_27/butter.htmlhttp://www.bluesaccess.com/No_29/butter.htmlhttp://www.bluesaccess.com/No_31/butter.htmlEast West Live album review:https://www.bluespower.com/447rev.htmHorn From The Heart documentary:https://www.hornfromtheheart.com/Homespun instructional material:https://www.homespun.com/instructors/paul-butterfield/Videos:Album with John Mayall:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fR040iW52_cPerforming at Woodstock in 1969:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h62W2ARtwU8Mystery Train with The Band:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6-fmqOU8_UoPlaying with Muddy Waters:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5Sj5tpn-noPerforming with BB King, Eric Clapton, Steve Ray Vaughan:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-i-tIXxtlY2015 Hall of Fame Induction, with Jason Ricci:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMxFvBVTWmMPodcast website:https://www.harmonicahappyhour.comDonations:If you want to make a voluntary donation to help support the running costs of the podcast then please use this link (or visit the podcast website link above):https://paypal.me/harmonicahappyhour?locale.x=en_GBSpotify Playlist: Also check out the Spotify Playlist, which contains most of the songs discussed in the podcast:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5QC6RF2VTfs4iPuasJBqwT?si=M-j3IkiISeefhR7ybm9qIQPodcast sponsor:This podcast is sponsored by SEYDEL harmonicas - visit the oldest harmonica factory in the world at www.seydel1847.com  or on Facebook or Instagram at SEYDEL HARMONICAS

Jukebox Zeroes
082 - Steely Dan - Two Against Nature (2000) (with Steve Borek)

Jukebox Zeroes

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 95:30


In 2001 several revolutionary albums stood nominated for Album Of The Year at that year's Grammy Awards. Important records by Radiohead (Kid A), Eminem (The Marshall Mathers LP), and Beck (Midnite Vultures), all of which would go on to great acclaim and influence to new generations of musicians who discovered them. The conventional wisdom was that one of these three albums would take home the grand prize of the evening, but events played out very differently, and would contribute to increasingly disdainful public opinion towards the award.The Grammies already had a long and storied history of nominating "wrong" artists and albums for "Best Of The Year" awards that would earn widespread criticism among fans and critics. It happened when Jethro Tull took "Best Hard Rock/Metal Recording" by Metallica, it happened when Eric Clapton took "Best Rock Song" from Nirvana, and it happened once again when cerebral jazz-rockers and boomer institution Steely Dan took "Album Of The Year" with their 8th studio recording "Two Against Nature".On this episode of Jukebox Zeroes, songwriter and synth-wizard Steve Borek of Telelectrix joins Lilz and Patrick to discuss the controversy and listen to the yacht rock staple's 2000 record. Join us for frank discussions on timelessness, old guard thinking, and be thoroughly skeeved out by the various songs about underage girls.#wearenormalnowLocal Music Feature: The Heartsleeves - "Simple Machine"

Moods & Modes
Best of Moods & Modes: Peter Green, Part 1

Moods & Modes

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 63:26


While Alex is out on the road with Testament on the Bay Strikes Back Tour, we thought we'd take you on a journey back to the early days of Moods & Modes. This week, we're featuring Episode 3: Peter Green, Remembered and Rediscovered. A deep dive into the life and music of Peter Allen Greenbaum, better known as Peter Green, who passed away on July 25, 2020. Although best known for co-founding the first version of Fleetwood Mac, there is so much more to uncover. This episode features a roundtable of experts on the gentle genius of guitar known as “Greenie,” plus a few surprises. Alex is joined by Mike Zito, Dave Rubin, Andy Aledort; and, via shared podcast: Dean Delray & Kirk Hammett.Peter Green was a British blues rock guitarist and composer. As the founder of Fleetwood Mac, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998. Green founded Fleetwood Mac in 1967 after a stint in John Mayall's Bluesbreakers and quickly established the new band as a popular live act in addition to a successful recording act, before departing in 1970. Green's songs, such as “Albatross”, “Black Magic Woman”, “Oh Well”, “The Green Manalishi (With the Two Prong Crown)” and “Man of the World”, appeared on singles charts, and have been adapted by a variety of musicians. Green was a major figure in the “second great epoch” of the British blues movement. Eric Clapton praised his guitar playing, and B.B. King commented, “He has the sweetest tone I ever heard; he was the only one who gave me the cold sweats.” His trademark sound included string bending, vibrato, and economy of style.In 2015, Rolling Stone ranked him at number 58 in its list of the “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time”. Stay tuned next week's Best Of episode Peter Green, Part 2.Moods & Modes is presented by Osiris Media. Hosted and Produced by Alex Skolnick. Osiris Production by Kirsten Cluthe and Matt Dwyer. Editing and mixing by Matt Dwyer. Music by Alex Skolnick. Artwork by Mark Dowd. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Hey, Remember the 80's?
Hiatt, Eurythmics, and Bagpipes, oh my!

Hey, Remember the 80's?

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 40:03


Episode 160: This week, Kari and Joe chose two artists for the HRT80s spotlight. Kari picked singer/songwriter John Hiatt -- a musician who began his career in the 70's and went on to become a well-respected figure in the industry and had his songs covered by other legends like Bonnie Raitt, Eric Clapton and BB King, and Jon Bon Jovi. Joe was inspired by the recent announcement of inductees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and picked the Eurythmics, an act that has a ton of big hits on the Hot 100, as well as a trove of deeper hits that deserve a listen. Bagpipes: Since Kari is headed to Scotland, they decided to brush up on some 80's hits that feature the bagpipes (and the similar sounding Uillean Pipes), from Rod Stewart and The Adventures. 

Play That Rock'n'Roll
Ep 41: Interview w/ KOFI BAKER (Drummer for THE MUSIC OF CREAM)

Play That Rock'n'Roll

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 53:50


This is Play That Rock'n'Roll's interview with Kofi Baker, the drummer for The Music of Cream. Kofi came on the show to promote his new tour (with guitarist Will Johns) that celebrates "Disraeli Gears and Clapton Classics". In this interview, we discuss the new tour, how he stays healthy while on the road, why the band added Eric Clapton songs to the show, his favorite music from his father's (Ginger Baker) discography, why Malcolm Bruce (Jack's son) is no longer with the band, and the sad realities of how Ginger was exploited in his final years. Follow us on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/playthatpodcast Find us on facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/playthatpodcast

What the Riff?!?
1992 - January: Nirvana “Nevermind”

What the Riff?!?

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 39:02


The album that would bring grunge into the mainstream is Nevermind by Nirvana.  While it was Nirvana's second album, it would be their first on a major label.  It would also see the introduction of Dave Grohl to the band as drummer joining Krist Novoselic on bass, and the iconic and troubled Kurt Cobain who was front man, guitarist, and songwriter for the band.“Troubled” could be a good description of the album as well.  While more polished than their debut album, the songs exhibit a raw emotion, often dark, disturbed, or alienated, but also containing some humor and self-deprecation.  The tracks were more melodic than the first album as well, reflecting Cobain's influences - he was listening to groups like the Pixies and R.E.M. at the time that Nevermind was being recorded.  The album was a surprising success both commercially and critically.  It was nominated for three Grammy awards across two awards ceremonies.  It hit number 1 on the Billboard 200 list in the U.S., hit number 2 on the Australian charts, and number 7 on the British charts.Nevermind was released in September 1991, and friend of the show John Lynch is featuring it as our album pick for January 1992 when it was on top of the charts, knocking off Michael Jackson's Dangerous.  LithiumLithium is a drug used to fight depression and bi-polar disorder.  The lyrics discuss a person trying to fight loss of relationships, wide mood swings and feelings, deciding that he needs to find God before he kills himself.  The alteration between soft and loud sections would become known as emblematic of Nirvana's sound.   PollyThis dark song was inspired by the abduction, torture, and rape of a 14 year-old girl in Tacoma, Washington.   She escaped from her kidnapper at a gas station.  Cobain wrote the lyrics from the perspective of the perpetrator.  Former percussionist Chad Channing is the drummer on this piece.Something in the WayThis song was inspired by a four-month period of homelessness that Cobain experienced around his hometown of Aberdeen, Washington.  It is one of the few autobiographical songs Cobain wrote, as he more typically wrote lyrics inspired in stores from others.  It is featured in the 2022 film, “The Batman.” Come As You AreThis hit single almost resulted in a lawsuit from a band called “The Killing Joke” which had a very similar chord structure.  The lyrics are about the expectations people put on themselves and others, and it encourages people to be themselves.   ENTERTAINMENT TRACK:Theme from the television comedy series “In Living Color”This comedy variety production from the Wayan brothers would introduce the world to sketches “Men on Film, “Homey the Clown,” and “Fire Marshal Bill” which launched Jim Carrey's career. STAFF PICKS:There's No Other Way by BlurWayne starts us off with London based Blur exhibiting the “Manchester” sound.  The song lyrics highlight the irritation the band felt at having to follow the Manchester trend at the behest of the record company.  “You've taken the fun out of everything.”   This song was Kurt Cobain's favorite song of the year from Britain.Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me by George Michael and Elton JohnRob brings us George Michael's live cover of Elton John's 1974 hit.  John joins Michael on stage in the second half of the song during this performance in Chicago.  They had originally performed the duet for Live Aid, and Michael liked it so much that he incorporated the cover into his show.  The original version made it to number 2 in the U.S., and this cover made it to number 1.Diamonds and Pearls by Prince and the New Power GenerationBrian's staff pick is a love song.  It is also the title track to Prince's album with the backing band which was originally named on the 1990 film “Graffiti Bridge.”  The female voice in this song is performed by Rosie Gaines, who tragically suffered from an insulin overdose in 2009, and has experienced a number of diabetic issues over time.No Son of Mine by GenesisJohn Lynch features the final Genesis album with Phil Collins as lead singer, "We Can't Dance."  The lyrics discuss domestic violence.  It is about a man who is a monster to his family.  The song describes a child who runs away from an abusive family situation, and is rejected by his father when he attempts reconciliation later on. INSTRUMENTAL TRACK:New Recruit by Eric ClaptonThis instrumental track is from the motion picture "Rush."

Million Dollar Session
ROAD TO ESCONDIDO

Million Dollar Session

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 61:00


Chance Orchestra,Al Jarreau,Terez Montcalm,Billie Holiday,Shirley Horn,Joe Jackson, Dire Stait, Maria Muldau, JJ Cale & Eric Clapton, Jerry Lee Lewis, Georges Jones & BB King

Riot Act
194 - Kendrick Lamar, Cave In, Spice and RIP Vangelis

Riot Act

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 114:24


Hello you, welcome back to the latest episode of Riot Act, the alternative music podcast, where you can get all the best news and opinions about all of the stuff that happened in the music world this week. Steve and Remfry have got a big one to start with, as we look at the huge new album from Kendrick Lamar, followed by new releases from Cave In and Spice. We then pay tribute to electronic music pioneer Vangelis, chat about Eric Clapton and Pearl Jam both getting Covid (we're more sympathetic to one than the other to be fair), say nice things about Eddie Van Halen after it emerged that he gave a significant amount of money to charity before his death and we catch up with that lad who duped a bunch of influencers to go to Fyre fest. He's getting out of prison early by all accounts! Good… for… him…? This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

Hopestream for parenting kids through drug use and addiction
Clinging To Hope: An Epic Saga Of Addiction, Medical Innovation, Loss, Recovery, Hope and Unconditional Love

Hopestream for parenting kids through drug use and addiction

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 115:03


Host: Brenda Zane, www.brendazane.comGuest: Pattie Vargas, Rebekah MutchShow notes: www.brendazane.com/hopestream/113Free e-book: www.brendazane.com/hindsightThe Stream, a community for moms: www.thestreamcommunity.comGet my weekly email: www.brendazane.com/emailSometimes there's a story so unbelievable it's hard to know where to start when telling it. This is one of those. My guests are mother (Pattie Vargas) and daughter (Rebekah Mutch) and they trusted me with sharing their family's journey to hell plus the miraculous twist that no one saw coming. Intertwined with their family's dark tour through decades of addiction is the little-known story of a 50-year-old medical breakthrough that's saved rockstars like Eric Clapton and Keith Richards from their drug addictions. Adding to the storyline, you'll hear how my own son's struggle with substances and the forced isolation of early COVID  led to the unlikely convergence of us all.It's a binge-worthy episode that merits its own NETFLIX series. You'll come away awestruck by the determination of a Scottish surgeon, the power of a mother's fierce love, the human ability to triumph over addiction, and the realization that parents should never stop clinging to hope.

Bob Sirott
Dean Richards' Entertainment Report: Jimmy Kimmel, Eric Clapton, and Tom Brady

Bob Sirott

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022


Dean Richards, entertainment reporter for WGN, joined Bob Sirott to provide the latest news in entertainment. Bob and Dean shared details about Eric Clapton’s and Jimmy Kimmel’s recent COVID tests, and the star-studded cast being added to the “Yellowstone” prequel. They also talked about Tom Brady’s roast on Netflix, what to watch, and Dean’s upcoming […]

Pacific Street Blues and Americana
Episode 91: By Request: Spotlight on the Doobie Brothers

Pacific Street Blues and Americana

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 68:11


New singles from Doobie Brothers, "Easy," and Jeff 'Skunk' Baxter (Doobie Brothers, Steely Dan), "My Old School." Guess which band is going back on the road this summer?Thanks to our international listeners from the United Kingdom, Italy, Canada, France, Australia, Indonesia, Germany, Spain, and Brazil. 1. Christone Kingfish Ingram / 6622. Albert Cummings / Do What Mama Says3. Hector Anchondo / Candy Shop 4. Eric Clapton (feat John Mayer) / Magnolia 5. Stan and the Chain Gang / Hole in My Pocket6. The Claudettes / Stumbling Home Satisfied 7. Rex Granite Band / The Man in Chapter 28. Dana Fuchs / Hard Road 9. Tom Johnston & Ellis Hall / Listen to the Music10. Robert Randolph & the Family Band / Jesus is Just Alright (feat Eric Clapton)11. Jeff 'Skunk' Baxter / My Old School 12. Rebirth Brass Band / Take It to the Streets13. Doobie Brothers / Easy14. Kenny Neal / Blues Keep Chasing Me15. Little Feat / Sailin Shoes32. Tommy Castro / I Caught a Break

JAF Project Podcast
Counterparts - David Sancious - May 17th 2022

JAF Project Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 56:39


David Sancious is an American musician and member Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the E Street Band. He was an early member of Bruce Springsteen's backing group, the E Street Band, and contributed to the first three Springsteen albums, and again on the Human Touch (1992), Tracks (1998), and Western Stars (2019). Sancious is a multi-instrumentalist but is best known as a keyboard player and guitarist.[1] He left the E Street Band in 1974 to form his own band, Tone, and released several albums. He subsequently became a popular session and touring musician, most notably for Stanley Clarke, Narada Michael Walden, Zucchero Fornaciari, Eric Clapton, Peter Gabriel, Jack Bruce, and Sting among many others. In 2014, Sancious was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the E Street Band. Watch our live shows at www.counterpartsshow.com 7pm Central 8pm EST

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – May 17, 2022

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 185:55


Vince Neil's new gig, Mayor Jim Fouts sued, Taylor Hawkins' final days, Tom Cruise: Thunder Stealer, Neil Patrick Harris' apology, 90 Day Fiancé fights, taking pictures with Mike Pence, the Teebs streak, and our least favorite anniversary.The Drew & Mike Show on WRIF ended 9 years ago today. We celebrate by grousing about Detroit Sports 105.1.Chris Cornell passed away 5 years ago. SIST: Drew's best friend was at the show.Buffalo Mass Murder - Scoring points & pointing fingers: People are angry Joe Biden went to Buffalo, but not Waukesha. Putting 'Replacement Theory' in headline is all the rage these days. John Legend is really mad at Tucker Carlson. Payton Gendron's newest red flag that was missed; he beheaded a cat. Since CNN denied Kat Cammack's claim that the border is full of baby formula... she went there to prove them wrong instead of doing something about it. Pete and Chastin Buttigieg are feeling the effects of the shortage instead of doing something about it.Mattress Mack has made the biggest futures bet in history.The Teebs streak continues and the Tigers are 4-0 since his sign was shown in the Freep.Mike Pence is a celebrity in Michigan.Vince Neil must really need money.Eric Clapton has COVID and has canceled tour dates.RIP to Iggy Pop guitarist Ricky Gardiner.Gorillaz are coming to town. They are bigger than Oasis and Blur.Paul McCartney is complicit in the atrocities of Michael Jackson.Some people are saying Fats Domino > The Beatles.Rolling Stone did a big piece on the final days of Taylor Hawkins.Valerie Bertinelli gets divorced because she's been talking about Eddie Van Halen for 2 years.90 Day Fiancé battles over breastfeeding.Golf: Jack Nicklaus defended Donald Trump's golf course and Tony Paul is angry at him. Nancy Armour tees off on Phil Mickelson. Only 36,724 signatures to go before Phil Mickelson can make it back to Detroit.Dr. Jordan Peterson tweeted that he did not find the hefty SI cover sexy, gets pummeled and leaves Twitter in a huff.Steve Aoki tossed an awful first pitch at a Boston Red Sox game.Somebody by the name of Monica Conyers is deemed ineligible to run for Wayne County executive. Dern shame.Farmington Hills' Andre Taylor Jr. sentenced to 75 months in jail for fraud.MLB pitcher, Matt Harvey, has been suspended 60 games for giving and taking pain pills with other players.Jim Fouts is being sued for silencing and arresting his critics.ANOTHER cryptocurrency scam brought down. 'Stablecoins' don't seem too stable.Neil Patrick Harris has finally apologized for an 11-year-old cake.ABC wants Chris Rock to host their award shows in 2023.Tom Cruise steals the Queen's thunder by plugging Top Gun: Maverick during her Jubilee.Gen. Barry McCaffrey can't tell real life war and video game war.Depp v. Hears: Johnny's lawyers destroyed Amber Heard during cross examination. Lance Bass entertains us all with his Amber Heard TikToks. Camille Vasquez is the big winner in this trial.Elon Musk puts his Twitter purchase on hold until Twitter admits how many bots are on the website. Project Veritas secretly recorded Twitter's Sr Engineer, Siru Murugesan, and got him to admit things we already know.Reminder that Bella Thorne and Tamara Thorne are scam artists.Patrisse Cullors vs Candace Owens.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

Beck Did It Better
92. The Jimi Hendrix Experience: Axis: Bold as Love (1967)

Beck Did It Better

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 90:24


You don't have to wait until tomorrow for another great podcast, because this week Beck Did it Better is the best podcast about Jimi Hendrix and the 92nd greatest album of all time, Axis: Bold as Love, not to be confused with Hendrix's other great albums with Underline as Love or Subscript as Love.   But before we listen to Jimi we get a live call in from the Drake Relays, making this the best track and field podcast to listen to. In addition, the guys cut loose talking consumer slogans that we just can't quit, the best BBQ restaurants in the southeast and Minneapolis, and taking in a show at the Chanhassen Dinner Theater. In addition, Rob has a habit that Aaron declares is the weirdest thing he has ever heard on the podcast.      Then at (48:00) we talk about Jimi Hendrix's third album on the list, Axis: Bold as Love. We discuss the jazz influence on this album, what direction Hendrix would have taken had he lived past 27, and how Jimi Hendrix ruined Eric Clapton's life. We also run down the best songs not sung by the lead singer. The conversation on this episode is truly slow roasted.   Call or text 802 277 BECK.  Don't be a brat! You can email us at beckdiditbetter@gmail.com follow us on our Twitter and Instagram @beckdiditbetter and feel free to leave a review on your favorite podcast app. Please mention feet if you do review the show. If we can get "ROSIE LOVES FEET" to be something that is searchable online, I feel like this will all be worth it.    This episode will fall into the sea, eventually, but don't worry, because next week's episode is the bomb diggy and the best Missy Elliott podcast when we talk Supa Dupa Fly.       

Daily Kos Radio - Kagro in the Morning
Kagro in the Morning - May 17, 2022

Daily Kos Radio - Kagro in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 116:14


Today, David Waldman announces that Joan McCarter is moving! No, not from Tuesdays on KITM, but from Idaho, where her family has lived for generations, to reunite with kith and kin in Oregon. Also, it might be a good time for her to leave Idaho, away from the far-right extremists taking over the GQP and the state. There's one Democrat left there to turn off the lights, and he's running for Governor. Well, there are others who say they are Democratic but are actually Republicans looking to parasitically take over the party. There probably has never been a more lucrative grift than Christianity, nor will there ever be. Anything that moves that much violence will always move a lot of cash. It also can't be beat for hiding any sorts of crime. The Trump administration did all it could to protect and nurture the White Christian Nationalist industry, and we now reap what they had sowed. Fox News doesn't even know what we are talking about. Elise Stefanik was a little late in shutting up. Wendy Rogers is just asking questions. In Georgia, the election supervisor let the local bail bond guy check out all her voting equipment for fraud. They had to throw out those machines, and that election supervisor. Colorado elections clerk Tina Peters is barred from overseeing elections, but unfortunately not from running in them. Lauren Boebert is a lying nitwit, but don't take my word for it, there are plenty of people who can personally attest to it. Meanwhile, North Korea has had an "explosive" COVID outbreak along with a 0% vaccination rate, and so has Eric Clapton.

The Tony Gates Morning Show
Rob's Rock Report 5/17

The Tony Gates Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 3:58


Vince Neil's newest side hustle is...not that surprising. Ozzy has a new album coming out and Eric Clapton will be in the mitten state later this year on tour.  Support the show: https://www.wlav.com/tonygwlav/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – May 16, 2022

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 172:58


Diddy's disastrous Billboard Awards, new Buffalo mass murder info, SI Swimsuit cover controversy, Depp v. Heard: Amber blames the dog, Eli Zaret sees it his way, NYY pitcher Nestor Cortes bad high school tweets, and Neil Patrick Harris' 2011 Halloween party gets him in trouble.Gas has reached it's highest prices ever. Here's some tips from Local 4 on how to save gas.Eli Zaret drops by to discus 7 game 7's, promote Kanye West's documentary, white athletes, eulogize Bob Lanier and his massive feet, rip on the Detroit Tigers, discuss Drew Brees' incredibly long run as an NFL analyst, and Phil Mickelson vs the PGA Championship.Diddy hosted the Billboard shoutout Awards. People were very angry at Morgan Wallen being there... but very happy for Travis Scott's comeback. Janet Jackson appeared. Mary J Blige really likes herself some Mary J Blige. The 'Prince of Punk Rock' performed.Baby Formula shortage leads to a lot of people arguing about baby formula.Britney Spears is back to posting nonsense on Instagram following her miscarriage.Buffalo shooter, Payton Gendron, plagiarized his manifesto. Rolling Stone Magazine assume all Republicans would have done the same thing. Replacement Theory is apparently mainstream now even though nobody heard about it until 3 days ago.R. Kelly and the fat subway shooter are prison besties.TMZ is really mad at this 9-year-old who they feel inspired the Buffalo shooting.Neil Patrick Harris is somehow in trouble over an Amy Winehouse cake he made in 2011.Eric Clapton will be at LCA on September 10th.Depp vs Heard: Amber Heard's safe word is "couch". She is also sticking to her story that the dog created that turd in the bed. Amber's new PR guy is in need of some better PR.Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition is getting headlines for putting a bunch of famous, fat and old women on the cover.Trudi gives her take on lawmaker Paris Hilton in Capitol Hill.Congrats to Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian on their 2nd of 3 weddings.Andy Dick is making good use of his time out of jail... by smoking drugs on livestream and hotboxing a lizard.53-year-old Marc Anthony engaged to a 23-year-old.Drew is totally jealous of Sean Penn's pincushions.Turns out the St. Mary's Polish Country Fair was canceled due to security risks.Russia vs Ukraine: 60 Minutes covered Bellingcat and get ready to deep dive on some war crimes. McDonald's is bailing on Russia. Vladimir Putin allegedly has blood cancer. Sweden and Finland take next steps to joining NATO. Putin tosses some nukes to their borders and scared Drew.Who wears Tactical Body Armor and why do you wear it?Mask mandates are making a comeback.Minors in Chicago now have a 10pm curfew during the weekends.Arby's urine shakes.The new Press Secretary, Karine Jean-Pierre, thinks everything is racist.Nestor Cortes is having a great MLB season... so it's time to dig up his old racist tweets.Tigers pitcher Alex Faedo has a girlfriend and she looks nice.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show
Paul Steigerwald Agrees with Mike Sullivan About Confusing Helmet Rule, Colby Armstrong on the Possible Last Ride with The Trio, Tim Benz & Turning Point of the Series, Elton John or Eric Clapton, and more

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 170:23


Paul Steigerwald and Colby Armstrong recap last night's Game 7 in what ended up being a whirlwind of a series full of excitement and disappoints, Tim Benz highlights the Crosby injury as the turning point in the series, and more

HODINKEE Radio
Inside Audemars Piguet With Michael Friedman and Ben Clymer

HODINKEE Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 56:42


Ben chats with AP Head of Complications Michael Friedman about early Audemars Piguet, the only RD3 in the world, and the curation of Eric Clapton's legendary collection. ---1:30 Michael Friedman 5:23 Willard House and Clock Museum 15:55 Eric Clapton's watches 21:30 Eric Clapton's Platinum Patek Philippe P2499 24:20 John Mayer Talking Watches  25:20 Patek Philippe 3970 29:17 AP Complications (Audemars Piguet 20th Century Complicated Wristwatches) 30:30 The early AP Perpetual Calendars (including early Royal Oak QPs) 34:55 The 50th Anniversary Royal Oak  37:26 The Audemars Piguet Supersonnerie RD#1 37:35 The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin RD#2 38:07 The Royal Oak "Jumbo" Extra-Thin Selfwinding Flying Tourbillon RD#3 46:50 Omega Dynamic 45:58 The AP Black Panther 54:00 The AP House 

Moods & Modes
Best Of Moods & Modes: Guitar Rescue

Moods & Modes

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 43:46


While Alex is out on the road with Testament and the Bay Strikes Back Tour, we thought we'd take you on a journey back to the early days of Moods & Modes. This week, we begin with the vey first episode, which was released in July 2020.Alex visits Matt Umanov of Matt Umanov Guitars, a legendary guitar shop in New York City. Matt is a guitar dealer and repairman who's been a fixture in Greenwich Village since the late 1960s and whose regular clients include the likes of Eric Clapton and Pat Metheny. Matt shares some great stories about some of his most notable customers, including an unlikely connection between Pat Metheny and J. Geils, and the two discuss the nightmare repair job that has brought Alex to the shop.Stay tuned for upcoming Best Of episodes, including Carnatic Crash Course with guest Guitar Prasanna (5/17), and a tribute to Peter Green (of Fleetwood Mac) Part 1 (5/24) and Part 2 (5/31). See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Chatabix
Hotel Room and Eric Clapton

Chatabix

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 28:55


We chat about the Baftas, Over 55yr old women and Eric ClaptonThanks for listening! You can follow us on @chatabix1 and on instagram @chatabixpodcastAnd if you'd like extra stuff from us....every week, sign up to our Patreon.com/davidandjoe See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.