Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With
"Musicians You Should Know"
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SHOW # 67 - 08/01/11
Clay Melton should be on your radar if you love guitar driven rock and blues. At 15 he was named one of the ten best guitarists under the age of 20 in Texas. Clay sat with me and discussed his introduction into music and what drives him to continue to make himslef the best he can. Clay was also kind enough to give us the honor of the Broadcast premier of his latest single Dreams
SHOW # 68 - 08/08/11
By day Philip Masorti is a trial attorney. By night he and his band, The Herd, entertain the masses in the Central Pennsylvania area. Philip and I sat and discussed his early years, when music was a part of his life, but not his life. Then, the events that made him pick up his guitar again and begin writing songs. His writing is incredible. his stories are complete. We also heard cuts from his album Another Year and discussed what he hoped for in the near future.
HERO, JR - Segment Begins At The 49:00 Mark
Hero Jr is Evan Haughey - guitar and vocals, Dave DuBrava - bass guitar and Matthew Haughey-drums, and they hail from the Indianapolis area. It is great when the whole band can sit with me and Hero Jr provided that.We talked to the guys about their youth, how Evan and Matthew played in a band that won a huge nationwide talent search and their reaction to the results. We found out how Dave got together with the Haughley brothers, and where they all want to be in 5 years and listened to music from their debut album.
SHOW # 69 - 08/15/11
Sheri Miller is a New York gal with many songs in her heart and she is sharing them with the world. Her new release, Winning Hand, was produced by legendary Kevin Killen (U2, Peter Gabriel) and contains some fine tuneage. Sheri sat with me and we discussed her journey, her feelings about record companies and her hopes for the future. We also heard songs fromthe album.
BRAD WEBB - Sement Begins At The 47:30 Mark
Brad Webb is a Memphis institution. He has played with the best, mentored so many young musicians and he has produced so much great music. Brad joined me and we discussed his incredible journey. We discussed the history of Memphis music and the decay and rise of Beale Street. Brad pulls no punches and also guides us through the recording of four of his songs he played on as we listened to this fine music.
SHOW # 70 - 08/22/11
CEE CEE JAMES
Cee Cee James might make you think of Janis, but she is her own woman and puts a special touch on all the music she performs. Her third full-length album, Low Down Where The Snakes Crawl (you just HAVE TO LOVE that title!), was released last year. Cee Cee and I laughed and joked and spoke about her career and where she is heading. What a great interview! We also heard a couple of cuts from her album and more.
MIGHTY MOJO PROPHETS - Segment Begins At The 51:00 Mark
They hail from the Long Beach, CA area and the five members are all students of the blues. The band consists of Tom Eliff on vocals, Mitch Dow on guitars, Johnny Minguez(Drums), Joe Willie(Bass), and Mike Fell (Harp) and their sound is west-coast blues meets swing. These guys love to jab each other and from that, you see where their smokin' music comes from. We got to listen to music from their debut album