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Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Post #1600 at is a concert update: seats still avail. for Dylan

For immediate release!

Tickets are still available for the Saturday July 4 concert with BOB DYLAN, WILLIE NELSON, and JOHN MELLENCAMPat Coveleski Stadium in South Bend, the home of The South Bend Silver Hawks.

Despite rumors that the show is sold out, tickets are still available at the Coveleski Stadium box office, all Ticketmaster locations including Orbit Music / Mishawaka, Super Sounds / Elkhart, Karma Records / Plymouth and Wooden Nickle Records / Fort Wayne. Tickets are also available at For further information call the South Bend Silver Hawks at 574 / 235-9988. Kids 14 and under will be admitted free, one per paid adult ticket.

> A large crowd is expected to attend... but YES, tickets are still available! <

Gates open at 5:00 pm on Saturday. The opening act is The Wiyos (check out the interview in the Sunday June 28 South Bend Tribune). Next up will be John Mellencamp, in his only Indiana concert appearance this summer. Bob Dylan will appear after Mellencamp. Then since this show is the 36th Annual Willie Nelson 4th of July picnic, Willie Nelson will close the show. At around 10:45 pm, a spectacular 4th of July fireworks will follow Willie's performance.

The concert will be general admission, with the choice of selecting a chair seat in the baseball seating area, or sitting on a blanket on the infield or outfield grass in front of the stage. Lawn chairs will not be permitted in the stadium. This will be a non - smoking show. Professional cameras and audio and video equipment of any kind will not be allowed into the stadium. No large backpacks will be admitted, and no outside food or beverage will be permitted.

This could well be the biggest rock concert in South Bend history, with three legendary singers, songwriters and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame members, and promises to be a memorable evening at Coveleski Stadium.


In other concert news, tickets remain on sale for ALICE COOPER / BLUE OYSTER CULT on Sunday August 9, 7:30 pm at the Morris Performing Arts Center in South Bend. Tickets are available at the Morris box office, phone charge 574 / 235-9190 or

And Rock & Roll Hall of Fame members, legendary Southern California band The BEACH BOYS, with guest JOAN JETT, will appear at the beautiful riverside amphitheatre at Saint Patrick's Park in South Bend on Saturday August 15. Tickets are on sale now at the Morris box office, all Ticketmaster locations and Kids under 12 will be admitted free to The Beach Boys concert, one per paid adult ticket.

The Beach Boys show will feature a vintage car show including vehicles from South Bend's Studebaker Museum, and will have a fireworks display after the show. Owners of classic pre 1980 cars who would like to display their cars before attending the concert, will be admitted to the Saint Patrick's Park parking area closest to the entrance to the amphitheatre starting at 4:00 pm the day of the show. Gates to the concert will open at 5:30 pm, and showtime will be 7:00 pm. Festive summer food will be offered for sale at the concert.


Tuesday Rock Roundup

Summer means rock on the road: Judas Priest kicked off their tour in Indianapolis last night, and tonight U2 gets underway in Barcelona, Spain. Bob Dylan starts his summer tour with Willie Nelson and John Mellencamp tomorrow in Milwaukee. Mellencamp joins them on Thursday in Illinois. Paul McCartney is getting ready for a series of stadium shows in July and August.

Despite denials from his publicist, Paul McCartney has had to reiterate that he has no plans to write or record with Bob Dylan. He told the UK Telegraph, "No, that's a newspaper thing. He just said some very complimentary things about me in some interviews and I love him. I think he's a great poet and writer, so I've always admired him. I don't rule it out... But we're not the kind of people who would ring each other up."

In other Beatle news, Ringo Starr is working on a new album. There's no title or release date yet, but the disc will feature vocal performances by Joss Stone. Ringo's last studio album was Liverpool 8, which came out last year.

Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer is the first member of the band to write his autobiography with today's publication of Hit Hard: A Story of Hitting Rock Bottom at the Top. In addition to his close to 40 years in Aerosmith, Kramer also covers his bout with anxiety, depression and substance abuse; a nervous breakdown; a near-fatal car crash and fire; and his tumultuous relationship with his father. He tells us, "The book is about me, it's not about the band... [It's] about me and my life and how I feel about things." He also talks extensively about his drug abuse, and the effect drugs had on the band.

Jazz musician Stanley Clarke, one of my favorite bass players, is 58 today. A couple of his albums helped me learn to play bass when I was a teenager. And this is the 32nd anniversary of the first Kiss Comic Book by Marvel.

  • Brand new music from Levon Helm - Electric Dirt
  • Several Woodstock Experience albums 2 CD sets by Jefferson Airplane, Janis Joplin, Santana, Johnny Winter, and Sly & The Family Stone
  • Ted Nugent is releasing a version of Motor City Mayhem on 2 CDs and DVD & Blu-Ray editions
  • Rod Stewart has 2 CD Collector's Editions of Atlantic Crossing and A Night on the Town
  • Whitesnake also have reissues: the Slide It In: 25th Anniversary Deluxe Edition on CD & DVD, and the 20th Anniversary Deluxe edition of Slip Of The Tongue on CD and DVD
  • Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li is new to DVD and BluRay today. Kristin Kreuk (from TV's Smallville) stars as the title female fighter on a butt-kicking journey for justice.
  • Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience is also available. Joe, Kevin and Nick Jonas take us on a behind-the-scenes look at their Burning Up tour. Extras include four pairs of 3D glasses, but no earmuffs.
  • A princess learns to live like a regular girl in the Disney TV movie Princess Protection Program.
  • 12 Rounds stars WWE superstar John Cena as a New Orleans cop who has to complete 12 tasks to win the freedom of his kidnapped girlfriend.
  • And in Two Lovers, Joaquin Phoenix is a photographer in a love triangle with Gwyneth Paltrow and Vinessa Shaw (from The Hills Have Eyes). Extras include commentary, deleted scenes and a making-of featurette.
  • TV that's new to DVD includes the first season of the HBO comedy Eastbound and Down and the fifth seasons of Entourage and Stargate: Atlantis.

Monday, June 29, 2009

"Just When You Thought It Was Safe" author Pat Jankiewicz on the show this morning

Vinyl Monday: Uh-Huh from John Cougar Mellencamp

Three hits deep this side, in salute to his appearance with Willie Nelson & Bob Dylan's show at The Cove this weekend! Tickets still availible at the Cove Box Office & Ticketmaster locations!
SIDE 1: Crumblin' Down, Pink Houses, Authority Song, Warmer Place To Sleep

Friday, June 26, 2009

Alligator Blackbird in the studio this morning

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Crosby Stills & Nash on the show this morning

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

American Passage author Vincent Cannato on the show this morning...

This is a GREAT study of what is to be an American. It's the story of how Ellis Island has been the ladle of the melting pot that is the USA, how this gateway for immigration has a much deeper history than most of us are aware of.

Check out his website: Vincent Cannato Dot Com

Tuesday Rock Roundup

Happy Birthday today to former Jackson 5 and Journey Bassist Randy Jackson. Where is he now? Anyway, he's 53. And original Beatles Bassist Stu Sutcliffe, who died at 21, would have been 69 today.

Tonight Def Leppard start their fifth consecutive summer tour which pairs them with another major classic rock act. Following past tours with Bryan Adams, Journey, Styx and R-E-O Speedwagon, Def Lep will be joined this year by Cheap Trick and Poison. Singer Joe Elliott tells us it will be an event because "we're out with two other bands that everybody knows, everybody knows most of their music and it's gonna be a good evening's entertainment." Elliott also says that this may be the last summer tour for a while.

Elton John's neighborhood is planning to name a street after its most famous musical son. The local council in the London borough of Harrow is considering such a measure. But there's no word whether we'll soon see "Elton John Avenue" or "Yellow Brick Road" in the Pinner section, where young Reg Dwight grew up and dreamed of being a soccer star.

Paul Stanley says KISS is just four days away from finishing a new studio disc. He says: "We recorded 11 tracks and it is everything I've told you. It is classic. It is all written within the band and it rocks big time! The songs, sound and playing will knock your socks off. You will all be as proud and excited as we all are. Oh...and wait till you see the cover! We are just getting started!" They are in talks to release the album, their first since 1998's Psycho Circus, exclusively through Wal-Mart.

Four of the members of Styx -- Tommy Shaw, Chuck Panozzo, Lawrence Gowan and Todd Sucherman -- were given a private tour of the White House yesterday and spent time in the Briefing Room. The press was in the room and the band posed for a few pictures and answered questions. Styx, REO Speedwagon and 38 Special are in Columbia, Maryland tonight.


Def Leppard release deluxe editions of their Pyromania and Adrenalize albums today. The release comes as they kickoff their tour with Cheap Trick and Poison tonight in Camden, New Jersey. Both albums have been re-mastered, with Pyromania containing a live disc of a previously unreleased 15-track show from The Forum in Los Angeles in 1983. The bonus disc for Adrenalize contains live and acoustic tracks, as well as demos.

The only performance of John Lennon and Yoko Ono's Plastic Ono Band to be filmed arrives on DVD today from Shout Factory. Live in Toronto '69 is an hour-long recording in which the Lennons are backed by an all-star lineup including Eric Clapton -- who told us he was asked by John to do the show three hours before their plane left from London. Despite the short notice and only rehearsing in the airplane's first-class cabin, it proved to be a memorable show. Keyboardist Klaus Voorman and drummer Alan White round out the band, which shared the stage with some of John's musical heroes -- Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard and Bo Diddley.

The Pink Panther 2 is new to D-V-D and Blu-Ray today. Steve Martin returns as the famed "Inspector Clouseau." The only good news is that it comes with some classic Panther cartoons, from back when the franchise was funny.

A fairytale villain leaps from the pages of a book in the fantasy flick Inkheart, with Brendan Fraser.

Confessions of a Shopaholic stars Isla Fisher (Wedding Crashers) as a shopaholic with mounting debt who gets a job as a finance journalist.

TV that's gone digital includes the fifth season of the Playboy reality show The Girls Next Door and the sixth season of Reba.

Monday, June 22, 2009


Friday, June 19, 2009

Russ Leatherman: Mister Moviefone!

What better way to work up the strength to face the rest of the Summer Movie Season than a chat with the creator of Moviefone...Mr. Movie Russ Leatherman. You have a limited budget, after all, and who better than Mr. Moviefone to help keep you from wasting it on bad movies? He's on The Tommie & The Bartender Show this morning. - official website - awesome movie content for your mobile phone! Tommie highly recommends these!

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Rick Astley vs. Nine Inch Nails

Ben Berger and Sara & Jen in the studio this morning

Ben is hitting 555 holes of Golf in ONE DAY this weekend to support the Logan Center and shatter his previous record. Learn more at
Sara and Jen are friends of ours who just popped by for a visit. With donuts.

The Next Vinyl Monday: The Who, Live At Leeds, Side 1

Monday Morning, 9a, on 95.3 WAOR

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Tommie & Craig's Showdown Of Death!

Pinnacle Athletic Club, 061309

Eat at the 100 Center Hacienda today for Logan Center! But FIRST... need to get the special coupon that ensures 20% or your bill will be donated to the Ansari Autism Center For Autism at Logan!
Get the coupon at the Logan Center, 2505 E Jefferson (at Ironwood), or by clicking the handy-dandy poster below!
And thanks for helping Logan!
Ben Berger is going for 555 Holes of Golf in one day this weekend...we'll talk to him on the Tommie & The Bartender Show Thursday morning! sending Chicago Deep Dish, Beer, & Phone Cards to the Troops!

Our thanks to MSGT Mark Evans for joining us this morning. What a great idea, and a great story (up at the usPod)

Learn more (and help him do this by donating!) at

Today's Wednesday Weather Kid From Meijer: Liora

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Woodstock movie director Michael Wadleigh on the show this morning...

Hear it on the usPod - - - >

Tuesday Rock Roundup

Joe Perry tells a St. Louis radio station that the surgery Aerosmith guitarist Brad Whitford recently had was on his head after banging it getting out of a car. Perry says, "It was enough to cause a little bleeding and he had this terrible headache. Not unlike what happened to Keith Richards when he fell out of the coconut tree." Whitford has been in intensive care and is expected to be off the road for six-to-eight weeks with his guitar tech, Bobby Schneck, sitting in for him while he's on the DL. With this, Whitford is no longer the only member of the band not to suffer a serious medical malady in the last few years: Joe Perry had emergency knee surgery earlier this year. Last year, Steven Tyler checked into rehab, as well as having surgery on his knee and foot. And, before that, bassist Tom Hamilton had a bout with throat cancer and drummer Joey Kramer had shoulder surgery and a nervous breakdown.

Alice Cooper has been reunited with his carry-on bag that contained his laptop and stash of obscure horror movie D-V-Ds. The bag, which had no I-D tags on it, went missing last week when he landed in London, and was discovered in a holding area at Heathrow Airport. Cooper started a tour last night in Russia on a bill with the Scorpions, and he brought the films because of the lack of English language T-V and movie theater options.

Burton Cummings says he's finally quit smoking. He writes on his Twitter page, "No tobacco for months now. I expect to be singing like a bird this summer on stage. Expect to have much more wind. Notes are already stronger!"

Alice Cooper's long-time archivist and personal assistant Brian "Renfield" Nelson died suddenly on Friday.

Yesterday marked the 365th straight day that Judas Priest fan Jim Bartek of Cleveland listened to Priest's 2008 album, Nostradamus, in its entirety. That means he spent approximately 624 hours, or 26 days of his life, listening to the concept album. When asked why, he said, "It just grabs me... The flow of the record and the way you can just feel what the guy (Nostradamus) was going through from the way Priest play and sing it. Rob [Halford]'s vocals tell you exactly how the guy is feeling at a particular moment." Bartek says he will end the streak after seeing Priest on July 15th in Cleveland.


Let It Roll: Songs of George Harrison CD
The Very Best of Don Henley CD & DVD
Punk in London DVD featuring The Clash, The Jam, Boomtown Rats, etc
Friday the 13th (Extended Killer Cut) DVD as well as reissues of the first six films in the series
Family Guy, Vol. 7 DVD
The Three Stooges Collection, Vol. 6: 1949-1951 DVD
Burn Notice: Season Two DVD
And making their debuts on BluRay are Dr. Strangelove [Blu-ray], Ghostbusters [Blu-ray], and Seasons 1 & 2 of Lost.

Monday, June 15, 2009

Cornhole USA in the studio this morning. For those outside Indiana, it's Bean-Bag Toss.

Big thanks to Jeremy & Kevin for stopping in this morning. Hear it on the usPod >
Visit them at the Elkhart Farmer's Market, call 574-340-5950, or learn more at (website in progress, they say.)
Play with us all this summer (and beyond) whenever you see us live somewhere!

The Jailer-Man, and Sailor Sam, cordially invite you to enjoy today's Vinyl Monday on WAOR.

In honour (even used the British spelling of that) of this week’s Birthday of Sir James Paul McCartney, MBE…why not revisit his biggest post-Beatles triumph? I humbly submit Side One of the 1973 monster, Band On The Run. Paul is NOT dead: he turns 67 on Wednesday.

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Friday, June 12, 2009

Did you miss Joan Jett on the Tommie & The Bartender show this morning?

Well, that's the cool thing about the usPod,
here at Tommie & The Bartender Dot Com.
It's right over there - - - >
It also includes her version of Dirty Deeds, and a classic she recorded with her original band, The Runaways.

Don't forget: Saturday morning at 10am, tickets go on sale at the Morris Box Office and at for her show with the Blackhearts and The Beach Boys coming to St. Patrick's Park on August 15th!

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Aaron McCargo on the show this morning.

He's rocked the Food Network since he first got on the air with Big Daddy's Kitchen, and it was extremely cool having him on the show this morning.
Hear him toss a little 'cuein advice your way on the usPod over there on the right toolbar of this page.
Get more info right here.

Today's Wednesday Weather Kid: Carly from South Bend

Tuesday, June 09, 2009

Don't forget...The World Famous (formerly San Diego) Chicken is at the Cove tonight! Go Silverhawks!

Shortcakes on the Blacktop's how to order...

It's that time of year again!
Call 904-2087 or 876-7239 to set up delivery in the downtown area tomorrow.
Or stop out tomorrow from 11 to 5:30 at the parking lot of the Cathedral of St. James at 117 North Lafayette (between Washington & Colfax)
By the way...Kate's so good you can see from the picture...she was just able to SHAZAM! them into being this morning!

Fallen Officers Blood Drive

This is happening today from 11-4 at the South Bend Police Department on Sample, and Thursday morning it moves to the Mishawaka Police Department from 11-4.

Say thank you to those who serve and protect, and help out. It's being done in memory of the Officers who've given their all in the line of duty.

Call 234-1157 with any questions, or to find out if you're eligible to donate blood.

Monday, June 08, 2009

Tuesday Rock Roundup

Guitar innovator Les Paul, born Lester Polfus, is 94 today. Slash's mother, Ola Hudson, died Friday after a long battle with lung cancer.

We posted the video of this yesterday, and here's the details: Bret Michaels suffered a broken nose during an appearance at Sunday's Tony Awards. The Poison singer had a piece of scenery fall on his head during his performance. In addition to the broken nose, Michaels needed three stitches for a cut to his lip. The injuries apparently won't impact Poison's planned package tour with Def Leppard and Cheap Trick, which gets under way later this month.

Have a chance to see Aerosmith soon? Do it: they appear to be physically falling apart. Guitarist Brad Whitford won't be on stage when their tour starts tomorrow night just outside St. Louis. Whitford will be sitting out an unknown number of dates as he recovers from what's called "recent surgery." There's no word from the Aerosmith camp on what surgery Whitford has undergone. Replacing Whitford will be Bobby Schneck, who's been a touring guitarist and tech for Green Day and Weezer.

The Who have launched a new YouTube contest celebrating the release of their two-D-V-D Maximum R-&-B Live set. Upload a video of you doing your best impression of Pete Townshend's infamous guitar windmill. The winner will receive a Fender Stratocaster signed by Townshend.

Bruce Springsteen and the Eagles' Don Henley and Timothy B. Schmit make guest appearances on John Fogerty's upcoming new album The Blue Ridge Rangers Rides Again. The disc is a sequel to Fogerty's 1973 album Blue Ridge Rangers, and it features covers of songwriters Fogerty considers big influences. Springsteen guests on a cover of The Everly Brothers' "When Will I Be Loved," and Henley and Schmit provide harmonies on a version of Rick Nelson's "Garden Party." The Blue Ridge Rangers Rides Again is due out in the early fall.

Ex-Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic is running for clerk of Wahkiakum County in Washington. Novoselic's goal is to get state law I-872 repealed. That law allows candidates to declare they "prefer" a party, even if they aren't associated with that party. Novoselic wants to make sure that organizations can control who uses their name on the ballot. So he listed himself on the ballot as "prefers Grange party," which isn't a political party but a non-partisan organization.

Further proof that EVERYONE is dabbling in the Country Arts: Ted Nugent will be a presenter at the CMT Music Awards on June 16th.


Urban Adventure Race '09

Video: Bret Michaels Gets Dropped By A Curtain At The Tonys

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Friday, June 05, 2009

"Redneck Playstation"

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(thanks, Roy...)

The next Vinyl Monday, like the Tobes Of Hades, will be lit by Flickering Torch-light!!!

SOOOOO...during the 95 Days Of Summerville live broadcast at Martin's in Heritage Square, someone walked up to put his name in the box for the Weekly Prize Pack.

Listener: "So, what's up for the next Vinyl Monday?"

Me: "I haven't really decided yet."

Listener: "After not being allowed to play Rush for the whole week on the morning show because you lost that bet to Roc, I figured it would be a no-brainer."

Me: "Genius!"

And it occurs to me that the one Rush-related thing I ALWAYS hear from how we NEVER play By-Tor And The Snow Dog.

Monday, 9a EST on WAOR and WAOR.COM
Side One of the sophmore release by my favorite band,
Fly By Night:
Best I Can
Beneath, Between & Behind
By-Tor And The Snow Dog

Thursday, June 04, 2009

President Reagan's daughter, Author Patti Davis, on the show this morning.

Patti Davis has written a 7th book, an interesting look at the relationships famous women have with their mothers.
In The Lives Our Mothers Leave Us, she collects stories from her own life, as well as contributions from accomplished women like Lily Tomlin, Whoopi Goldberg, Cokie Roberts, Julianna Margulies, Mariel Hemmingway, Anne Rice and others.
Learn more at

Wednesday, June 03, 2009

Friend of the show Orlando Magic Senior VP Pat WIlliams, on the show (on the eve of the Finals...)

Audio at the usPod - - - >

Vera Ramone King on the show this morning...

Vera Ramone King, the ex-wife of the late Dee Dee Ramone, was our very special guest this morning. Her new memoir is in stores now, and if you consider yourself a rock & roll need to be reading it soon.

Download our conversation here (the file was too big to post, it was a nice long chat...)

Wednesday Weather Kid from Meijer...Cassie!

Van Halen version 4.0 will continue, Eddie says

Eddie Van Halen says that Van Halen -- with David Lee Roth -- will record a new album this year and hit the road next year to support it. Eddie tells Rolling Stone, "We're a true band now. It wasn't just a reunion one-off thing. I've already gone to Dave's house four or five times over the last month. I've got so much music. It's just trying to figure out what Dave's into because we haven't written together in a long time. But it's great."

Eddie wishes his former bandmates Sammy Hagar and Michael Anthony and their new project Chickenfoot well. He says, "I don't know what a super-group means, but I hope they accomplish what they're setting out to do." --Steve Reynolds, Premiere

Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Tuesday Rock Roundup

Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, Olivia and Dhani Harrison, and Yoko Ono were on hand yesterday as Microsoft unveiled some of the graphics and songs that will appear on The Beatles: Rock Band when it's launched on October 9th. Ringo asked Paul, "What do you think of the game?" when they briefly took the stage at LA's Galen Center to help kickoff this year's E3 computer and video game expo. McCartney replied, "I love it." Giles Martin, the son of Beatles' producer George Martin, is serving as music supervisor and creative producer for The Beatles: Rock Band. He announced the names of 10 of the 45 songs that will be included in the game -- "I Saw Her Standing There," "I Want To Hold Your Hand," "I Feel Fine," "Taxman," "Day Tripper," Back in the USSR," "I am the Walrus," "Octopus's Garden," "Here Comes the Sun" and "Get Back."

Pearl Jam have struck a deal to sell their next studio album through Target. It's the first time they're releasing an album without a label, but Target won't be the exclusive distributor of the album, which rumored to be titled Backspacer. Pearl Jam's manager, Kelly Curtis, says they've made or are close to making deals with an online retailer, a mobile partner, a gaming company and a network of indie stores. The first single is due out late next month, with album out in the fall. The new song last night on the Tonight Show was pretty solid.

George Thorogood and the Destroyers will release an album mixing new and out-of-print material on July 18th. The Dirty Dozen includes six newly recorded tracks, three previously released songs and three long out-of-print tunes, including a cover of Chuck Berry's "Hello Little Girl."

Lynyrd Skynyrd have added Rob Zombie to the list of artists they've collaborated with. The singer-horror film director wrote on his Twitter page Sunday, "Just left studio. Recorded vocals for new Lynyrd Skynyrd track called 'Floyd.' Heavy swampy track." The track is set to appear on Skynyrd's new album God and Guns, which will be out on September 29th.


A Deep Purple double DVD hits stores today. History, Hits and Highlights chronicles the band's career from 1968-1976 and includes performances from all four line-ups of the band. The set also includes a documentary on the band during this time and previously unreleased rehearsal footage.

Early versions of "Long Time Gone," "Marrakesh Express," "Almost Cut My Hair" and "You Don't have to Cry" are featured on Crosby, Stills and Nash's new Demos collection, in stores today. The album compiles early versions of CSN and solo songs by the trio from 1968 to 1971.

Weeds - Season 4 DVD
Prison Break: Season 4 DVD
He's Just Not That Into You DVD
Defiance DVD (Daniel Craig movie)
Army Wives: The Complete Season 2 DVD
Revolutionary Road DVD (Leo DiCaprio)
Live from Madison Square Garden [Blu-ray] Eric Clapton & Steve Winwood
Last Days of the Fillmore ~ Various Artists (DVD - 2009)

"Facing Tyson" author Ted Kluck on the show

Learn more at Ted's website,

He's written a number of great books, and we'll be checking in with him again.

Monday, June 01, 2009

Vinyl Monday In Progress: Back In Black, Side 2

(Forgot to post this over the was a busy one with the family)
Side 2:
Back In Black
You Shook Me All Night Long
Have A Drink On Me
Shake A Leg
Rock & Roll Ain't Noise Pollution

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