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Marty Balin: singer/songwriter, founding member of Jefferson Airplane and hit maker of Jefferson Starship joins host Robin Milling to share 50 years of musical memories with his new CD, Good Memories.
Spanning five decades, whether you grew up in the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s or 2000s you'll always remember such songs as It's No Secret, Count on Me, With Your Love, and Miracles; to name a few. Marty tells Robin how they came up with the name 'Jefferson Airplane,' along with his fond memories of Grace Slick, and not so fond memories of playing Woodstock! He says the behind-the-scenes goings on at the festival were much more memorable.
When Marty isn't making music he is making art. His art gallery in St. Augustine, Florida features his paintings and lots of memorabilia for sale.
As a follow up to Good Memories, Balin – who is known as “The King of Love Songs” – will release The Greatest Love; a new album of original music.
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The "Sky King" songs are written and sung by the tall, lanky, lead guitarist, Walter Morosko, who is
accompanied by the other tall, lanky rhythm guitarist and life long friend, Garth Farkas, both originally
from the Mid-Western city and state of Youngstown, Ohio.
Well traveled and highly experienced bass player and vocalist, Larry "Fuzzy" Knight, a native of
St. Louis, Missouri has been firmly implanted into the concrete and soil of Los Angeles since '69.
Formerly a member of the legendary rock group, "Spirit", Fuzzy also arranged and produced the
"Morose Tales From The Left Coast" . Fuzzy's experience and musical history reflects his myriad
influences and reads like a who's who of blues and rock legends that he has worked, toured and/or
recorded with; Albert King, Little Milton, Chuck Berry, Ike Turner, Albert Collins, Delaney-Bonnie &
Friends, Jefferson Airplane's Grunt Records and Peter Kaukonen's " Black Kangaroo", and, of
course "Spirit". Fuzzy has also been the frontman for one of Los Angeles' best known Rhythm and
Blues Bands for the last 18 years, "Blowin' Smoke".
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Host Mary E., brings together folk musicians, Thirty Steps To Forward and Paul Smith to discuss Thirty Step's... new album, "Hinterland."
Thirty Steps to Forward is composed of brother sister folk duo, Seth and Gretchen Powers, South Haven MI. Through their strings and voices, the kindred duo strive to sing and play songs of the delicate heart. They are promoting their album, "Hinterland."
Paul Smith is an old-fashioned folkie/aspiring fingerstyle blues player focused in the Bay View, Wisconsin area. Paul is shooting for something roughly at theintersection of Arlo Guthrie, Jorma Kaukonen and Jerry Garcia, though with more vocal harmony. He has been banging away on the guitar since his enthusiastic Beatles days in the 1970s, but got quite a bit more serious around 2009. Since then he has studied with Jorma at the Fur Peace Ranch, and studies with Pat Donohue and Mike Dowling.
Mary E., is the creator/producer of ArtSees Productions, ArtSeesDiner.com, author of Flower and Stone, An Essay on Life, and a member of the acoustic duo, Champagne and LaLuna
Rick’s musical genre is somewhere between Blues; Country and Rock. A finger-style guitar player by trade, his songs are fun; relatable; satirical; and touching. His songs are a pleasure to listen to with themes from everyday life. Easy to understand and relate to, you can smile at Rick’s songs with his humor and wit. With Music Producer Kim Copeland in Nashville working her magic, Rick’s songs are top-notch productions. His songs are featured on several Indie radio stations and can be heard worldwide. “I learned to play finger-style guitar after years of being a Hot Tuna fan, and have taken guitar lessons from the Captain himself, Jorma Kaukonen”. I just try to keep things “real” in my songs, everyday life themes we can relate to. Simple, honest and genuine.
From Kansas City to Washington DC and finally Nashville, TN, Joe Croker has developed a sound that is unique.
Playing with some of the top session people in the business and having been covered by the likes of Jorma Kaukonen of Hot Tuna fame, Joe is a talented songwriter and musician.
Join us as we sit on The Couch and talk about his past and the future for his music...
We will also share some of his sounds.
Release Date: June 5, 2009
Studio: Universal Pictures
Director: Brad Silberling
Screenwriter: Chris Henchy, Dennis McNicholas
Starring: Will Ferrell, Danny R. McBride, Anna Friel, Jorma Taccone
Genre: Adventure, Comedy
MPAA Rating: PG-13 (for crude and sexual content, and for language including a drug reference)
Official Website: LandoftheLost.net
Plot Summary: Space-time vortexes suck!
Will Ferrell stars as has-been scientist Dr. Rick Marshall, sucked into one and spat back through time. Way back. Now, Marshall has no weapons, few skills and questionable smarts to survive in an alternate universe full of marauding dinosaurs and fantastic creatures from beyond our world - a place of spectacular sights and super-scaled comedy known as the Land of the Lost.
Sucked alongside him for the adventure are crack-smart research assistant Holly (Anna Friel) and a redneck survivalist (Danny McBride) named Will. Chased by T-Rex and stalked by painfully slow reptiles known as Sleestaks, Marshall, Will and Holly must rely on their only ally - a primate called Chaka (Jorma Taccone) to navigate out of the hybrid dimension. Escape from this routine expedition gone awry and they’re heroes. Get stuck, and they'll be permanent refugees in the Land of the Lost.
Based on the classic television series created by Sid & Marty Krofft, "Land of the Lost" is directed by Brad Silberling and produced by Jimmy Miller and Sid & Marty Krofft.