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  • 01:07

    David Stone AND a tribute to Johnny Cash

    in Entertainment

    David Stone: The Johnny Cash Experience takes the audience through the late country legend's career, covering Early Johnny Cash, Johnny Cash & June Carter, and the Folsom Prison Concert Era. Those who see his performance will know what it must have been like to see the real Johnny Cash in concert -- his voice, mannerisms, and his band are wholly true to the legend. David Stone: The Johnny Cash Experience is the only Johnny Cash Tribute ever to be selected by the State of California (even over Johnny's original band) to play the 40th anniversary commemorative concert at San Quentin State Prison on February 24, 2009, celebrating the historic performance of Johnny Cash at the facility in 1969.
     

  • 00:44

    W.S. "Fluke" Holland Drummer for Johnny Cash & Carl Perkins

    in Entertainment

    He was the drummer for Johnny Cash for 37 years, played during the original "Million Dollar Quartet" gathering at Sun Studio, was the first to ever play a set of drums at the Grand 'ol Oprey, and was inducted into the Rockabilly Hall of Fame.  Host Linda Rez has a conversation with "The Father of Drums", W.S. "Fluke" Holland.  


    He shares these stories from the music history he lived:


    *The car accident that slowed down Carl Perkin's career on the heels of Blue Suede Shoes.


    *Thoughts about Sam Phillips of Sun Studio.


    *What really happened on the day of the "Million Dollar Quartet" jam session.


    *How he helped bring The Statler Brothers to the attention of Johnny Cash.


    *The Bob Dylan Johnny Cash sessions


    *What he and Johnny Cash talked about in private.


    *The thing that turned Johnny Cash's career around.


    *The REAL Johnny Cash


     

  • 00:18

    Johnny Cash

    in Music

    This radio show will be about one of country's most popular singers, Johnny Cash and his life regarding his career and his music!!!!!

  • 00:44

    Happy Birthday, Johnny Cash: W.S. "Fluke" Holland Cash Drummer

    in Entertainment

    On Talk About Radio


    He was the drummer for Johnny Cash for 37 years, played during the original "Million Dollar Quartet" gathering at Sun Studio, was the first to ever play a set of drums at the Grand 'ol Oprey, and was inducted into the Rockabilly Hall of Fame. Host Linda Rez has a conversation with "The Father of Drums", W.S. "Fluke" Holland.


    He shares these stories from the music history he lived:


    *The car accident that slowed down Carl Perkin's career on the heels of Blue Suede Shoes.


    *Thoughts about Sam Phillips of Sun Studio. 


    *What really happened on the day of the "Million Dollar Quartet" jam session. 


    *How he helped bring The Statler Brothers to the attention of Johnny Cash.


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  • 01:07

    Johnny Cash

    in Music

    Greatest Country Artist?  Why is he so popular?

  • 02:00

    Angela Easterling, Johnny Cash Special

    in Music

    This week on The Michael Buffalo Show we welcome singer Angela Easterling who hails from my neck of the woods, in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Angela is an accomplished singer/songwriter and performs solo, in duet with the excellent Brandon Turner and with her full band. This lady is great, folks. Don't miss this one!
    Here's what Roger McGuinn has to say about Angela: "Angela Easterling is a bright shining star on the country/folk/alt.music horizon! Her gift is so special. I loved listening to her "Black Top Road" CD! Brought me back to the time the Byrds recorded "Sweetheart of the Rodeo" - tradition meets youthful exuberance!"  -Roger McGuinn, founder of The Byrds. 
    Quite an endorsement!
    Also tonight, we are pleased to present a syndicated  tribute to everyone's favorite "man in black," the late GREAT Johnny Cash! In this one hour radio special, you'll hear from many of his old friends and new admirers - including Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, Sheryl Crow, Shelby Lynne, Rhett Miller, Brandi Carlisle, Amy Lee, Lucinda Williams, Shooter Jennings, and Sam Beam. Join us!

  • 01:01

    Jonathan Holiff: Johnny Cash film. Blake Collins, debut EP

    in Music

    Before there was Johnny and June there was Johnny and Saul -  Saul Holiff, Johnny Cash's personal manager.  For over 10 tumultuous years, Saul built Johnny's career despite drugs, prison and Saul's own alcholism.  Saul's son Jonathan, watched the process but lost his father as it unfolded.  Now decades after his father's suicide, this Hollywood director has made a film about his father and The Man in Black - a look into the life of Johnny Cash through the eyes of a child whose life was rarely free of him.  My Father and The Man in Black. 2:05 pm ET. Blake Collins releases his debut EP, A Bell Locks in, with  soulful singing, catchy melodies, lush harmonies and poetry that speaks of quietude, heartbreak, loss, hope and happiness. We talk with Blake at 2:30 pm ET about his music and his emerging career. Music Friday lets you chose the guests.  Tell us who y ou want us to interview and we will try our best to get them on the air and let you talk to them.

  • 00:49

    The Johnny Watson Show

    in Comedy

    Flying solo tonight Join me for discussions on A-Rod, Rangers,Basketball playoffs whatever you want. Not sure who will call in but should be fun anyways. 

  • 02:01

    THE HONEY COMB HIDEOUT w/JOHNNY DAVIS

    in Radio

         Come on join the train!  Get your honey thick, honey pure, honey hush - wait - that's another show on the JKN.  Come on join the train - JGCD, johnny 'graham cracker' davis (he says C A R C K E R, not CRACKER), Davis in control, David putting it all together.  He could feature PRINCE (or the artist formerly known as), KARYN WHITE, or whatever is the current theme at the time.  Johnny Davis is in charge - music just for you, and he will set the mood, for sho!

  • 00:31

    Big Tobacco and The Pickers

    in Music

    BIG TOBACCO AND THE PICKERS  New Album "The King Is Gone" will be released May 12, 2015.


    Since 2008, Big Tobacco and The Pickers have been bringing their unique brand of traditional country to bar rooms, taverns, halls and festivals around Ontario. Their ongoing monthly residency at Toronto roots institution The Cameron House has gained them a loyal following of country music fans. Regular appearances at legendary rooms like The Dakota Tavern and The Cadillac Lounge have helped develop their gritty live show into what it is today - a glimpse back at the golden age of country music. Their renditions of the classics, along with traditional sounding original material, will make you and your friends want to dance all night & drink too much. From the rich tones of the pedal steel, to the hot licks of the Fender Telecaster, Big Tobacco and the Pickers deliver a new brand of country music, true to old school tradition.


     

  • 02:00

    Free Fire Friday (Gun Talk)

    in Politics Conservative

    Host Johnny Kempen broadcasts live from the wilds of Alaska about all things gun related. Call in using +1 (213) 943-3444 when the show is live every Friday at 6pm Pacific/ 9pm Eastern to ask questions and participate in the show. Call in and participate!