This Saturday, I've got a great show lined up for us.
Kicking things off will be a wonderful Dancing > Franklins from 1979. Then
we'll explore some Joe Russo's Almost Dead, which I believe to be the most
inspired of any of the bands playing Grateful Dead music today.
When the Marshall Tucker Band first got together back in Spartanburg in 1972
they were rehearsing in an old warehouse. They had not yet decided on a name
and were discussing what they should call themselves. Someone looked at the
name on the tag of the door key and it said ...
Detroit House Guests
Brian Jonestown Massacre, The
Don't Get Lost
Hurray For The Riff Raff
After many hard fought battles March Sadness is over!
Here is the final song that made it from the original Sixty-Four songs that
we started the tournament with!
Thanks to all the listeners and volunteers who submitted songs and vote...
It's time to pay the devil his due. March 11th is the ancient Celtic holiday
honoring Saint Spinitron. Saint Spinitron, sometimes known as 'Gus', is the
patron saint of public radio. We will mark this festive occasion by taking a
trip to the old country with Van Morrison.