Earlier this year, I was contacted by the publisher of a new book about the Allman Brothers Band, One Way Out, written by Alan Paul. I did a phone interview with him which was featured on last week's blues show. While reading his book, there were a few mentions about the Allman Brothers Band's visit to the Ludlow Garage. So, I t
This show features an interview I did by phone on February 19th, 2014, with Alan Paul, author of the 2014 biography, “One Way Out: The Inside History of the Allman Brothers Band.” Alan Paul’s a senior writer for “Guitar World” magazine and has covered the Allman Brothers Band for 25 years. The program includes a discussion of the Allman Brothers Band mixed with songs some of which are from the Polydor release,
This Saturday night at 11pm you'll hear Gov't Mule, Tommy Castro & the Painkillers, and guitar legend Lonnie Mack who's living in Nashville now. The show begins with a song by Boz Scaggs from his "Memphis" album and ends with Joan Armatrading's "The Way I Think of You."
We're going to begin the show with a set highlighting events which have happened over the years on the date, March 15th. Lightnin' Hopkins was born on 3/15/12, Ry Cooder's birthdate is 3/15/47. James Brown's song, "Papa's Got a Brand New Bag" received a Grammy on 3/15/66, and finally on 3/15/68, Life Magazine called Jimi Hendrix "the most spectacular guitarist in the world."