Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

Anthony Geraci, CKNM Tommy McCoy, Lazer Lloyd & CKNM Dudley Taft

  • Broadcast in Music
  • 0 comments
Vinny Bond

Vinny Bond

×  

Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow Vinny Bond.
h:102293
s:7974603
archived

SHOW #290 - Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With "Musicians You Should Know"

We begin the evening with Anthony Geraci.  Founding member of Sugar Ray & The Bluetones has also been a keyboard force for folks like Muddy Waters, Otis Rush, Big Mama Thornton and Jimmy Rogers to name just a few.  With the backing of some good friends, known here as The Boston Blues All-Stars, Anthony delivers Fifty Shades Of Blue, a 13 song tour de force.  I will speak with Anthony about his career and the new album.

Couch Kid New Music with Tommy McCoy, who has been performing around the globe and with a legendary listing of performers since the 80s.  He has just released 25 Year Retrospective, a collection of songs representing every album along with 3 brand new tracks. Featuring performances alongside folks like Lucky Peterson, Garth Hudson, Levon Helm; the album is a true picture of Tommy’s musical life. He and I will chat about the new album and more.

Lazer Lloyd is finally making his way onto The Couch.  We will discuss his incredible success, which began in Israel and has spread to the rest of the world.  We’ll find out about his writing and the new self-titled album. We’ll also talk about the new video for his song “Never Give Up”, in response to the murder of a young couple in Israel, in hopes of raising money for their orphaned children. As Lloyd makes his way back to the US for a series of tours, we’ll learn more about this special musician.

Couch Kid New Music with Dudley Taft and his about to be released album Skin And Bones.  I am thrilled to share some songs from the album with you before its October 16th release.  We’ll also find out what has been keeping Dudley busy since he last appeared on The Couch in May 2014.

Comments

 comments