It’s episode 666 on Rockin’ the Suburbs. So Patrick invites a mischievous guest to the basement.
We’re talking summer songs from the Greg Wilson Tiki Bar. Jim & Patrick make songs picks. So do Greg, plus Rob Gates and Kevin Spain.
We conclude our series on classic rock in the ’80s with a look at Crosby, Stills & Nash, Yes, the Who and the Grateful Dead. Rob Gates and Kevin Goff join Jim while Patrick is on vacation.
After three days of heavy metal beers, we mellow out with some American Beauty by Dogfish Head. (At Mike Snider’s house.)
How music can move you: Our friend Justin Gay experienced it first-hand at a recent Dead & Company show.
Our friend Rob Gates, a longtime Deadhead, went to see the latest incarnation of the band, called Dead & Company. Here is his report, including lots of talk about how pop singer and guitarist John Mayer fits into group.
We missed the 40th anniversary of a great, great album by about two months. But Television’s “Marquee Moon” is so great that we couldn’t go without commenting on it. (Nate Scott Week, featuring Nate Scott, continues.)
A discussion of bands we once hated, but now we like. As Bud Verge Week continues. It’s a classic rock fest, featuring the Doors, the Grateful Dead and Fleetwood Mac.