“It was Sunday, February 9, 1964. First presentation of the Beatles in the USA. The Beatles were seen by 73 million American viewers. It was the highest rated show on the history at that time and remains one of the largest audience of all time…” . . . → Read More: The Beatles First Appearance on Ed Sullivan
I’ve been very fortunate to see some of the finest musicians on the planet.
Some of the shows have been memorable and unforgettable.
I was lucky enough to see the The Best of Peter Tosh. He was a fantastic artist.
Watching him give his all in concert was a true joy. He gave his all whenever . . . → Read More: Stop That Train…
I was fortunate to have seen the Allman Brothers Band early on in their career. The sweet guitas of Duane Allaman and Dickey Betts was something to behold. With Gregg on vocals and a killer rhythm section Allman Brothers Band rocked.
Over the years I saw the band a number of times. as a matter . . . → Read More: Greg Allman Interview
Tom Waits Ol 55I have a soft spot in my heart for Tom Waits . He’s someone who has been there and done that. He lived a life that was a mirrror of his songs. He is truly an american original. His songs speak for themselves. He is a true poet and at times a . . . → Read More: The Original Original: Tom Waits
There is a lot of incredible music that was born from the sixties…
One of the true unsung heros of that era was Alvin Lee and Ten Years After.
They had an amazing presence. They played their own brand of rock mixed with the blues, jazz and some down home back porch music…
Lee became . . . → Read More: A Ripping Guitar, A Hard Beat…I’m Going Home