Back in the seventies there was a bass player that had his own band by the name of Stanley Clarke. He is an American jazz musician and composer known for his innovative and influential work on double bass and electric bass as well as for his numerous film and television scores
Today's lost band is another KSHE Classic. This guy was on the airwaves back in St Louis on KSHE when I was a young man. His name is Ray Gomez and I can't tell you much about him other than I liked these songs and they did make the KSHE Classics
In an email to the Billings City Council Public Works Director Dave Mumford said 90-95% of Billings residential streets have "seen" the plow. Maybe he meant that a plow showed up somewhere on a fixed point along each street somewhere on its route because he couldn't have possible meant for instance that Clark Avenue just west of downtown had been plowed the entire length of that road
Hey everybody!!! It is time for me to share one of my favorites with you. Every day I cruise the internet looking for whatever tune floats my boat at the moment! Today my favorite is Kansas. I would love to hear your suggestions, and who knows maybe I will post one of your favorites right here on The Hawk's website
Today my lost band is the same as my favorites a band called Spooky Tooth. The line up for this song was Gary Wright (keyboards); Mike Harrison (keyboards), Luther Grosvenor (guitar), Andy Leigh (bass guitar), Mike Kellie (drums)
Hey everybody!!! It is time for me to share one of my favorites with you. Every day I cruise the internet looking for whatever tune floats my boat at the moment! Today my favorite is Spooky Tooth. I would love to hear your suggestions, and who knows maybe I will post one of your favorites right here on The Hawk's website
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Today's lost band is one of my favorites and they are still around and kickin out the tunes. I am talking about Black Oak Arkansas. I have personally had the pleasure of partying with Jim Mangrum aka Jim Dandy more than once
Today we will look at an old song that I haven't heard in a long time that is a fantastic tune. This is a song that Gordon Lightfoot wrote about the real sinking of the Edmund Fitgzerald. According to Gordon there wasn't much press about this when it happened and in 1975 29 people lost their lives when the Edmund sank
Today's lesson is an old Aerosmith song from the album Toys In The Attic. Today's teacher is a south paw for all you lefties out there. But if you are a right handed player you should be able to pick this up fairly easy
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