Echo Park Jimmy returns with one of his marathon voicemail sessions, to opine about Greta Van Fleet, Led Zeppelin, Hurray For The Riff Raff, the Cars and more.
Mike Wagner of Houston fills in for Jim & Patrick. He talks about the fine art of the succinct guitar solo.
The conclusion of our interview with rocker JC McPherson. He talks about exploring new musical styles on his latest album, “Undivided Heart & Soul,” including his discovery of the fuzz box.
It’s Talking Heads Week on Rockin’ the Suburbs. The band’s debut was released 40 years ago this month. We take the opportunity to examine their first five albums, staring with “Talking Heads: 77.”
Fan favorite Echo Park Jimmy closes out Guest Shot Week with a call to the Suburban Party Line. He talks about a great summer song by The Cars and an overlooked gem by The Smithereens.
What do you do when you’re the leader of the band but also the best drummer in the band but you’re really the guitar player?
Perfect Pop Week continues with two listener picks, one by Texas pop-rockers Fastball (it was the song of the summer in 1998) and the other by New Zealand indie rockers Garageland.
Record Store Day Week continues. We talk with Jeff Nolan, music and memorabilia historian for Hard Rock International. He visited East West Records, an Orlando mom-and-pop shop he has frequented since his youth. And he left with quite the honorable purchase.